Getting Started - Posted by Veronica Diaz

Posted by Al-So Cal on April 22, 2002 at 12:29:15:

Youll lose in the stock market especially when the market is not in an uptrend. Im a trader and I see
it all the time!
You can do well in R E but do your homework. Pick an
area and study it and concentrate on 1 to 4 units.
Thats where the market is. Avoid mortgage brokers and go directly to the londers. Thats what they do for
you anyway but they charge you for it.
On all deals you do you should at least double your
money on a quick turnover.
Do that 5 times with $20,000 and you now have $320,000.
See how easy that was?
Now go find great deals and stop asking the blind to
lead the blind. Kidding.

Getting Started - Posted by Veronica Diaz

Posted by Veronica Diaz on April 22, 2002 at 10:49:00:

Greetings All;

Would like to ask a few questions to all you veterans out there! I would like to start investing in multifamily homes. I have a decent amount of money for down payment. I live in northern va where real estate is tremendously high and overprice. Should I rent in real estate, in tax default paper (MD) or just put my cash in the stock market. Also, does anyone know of a good mortgage company that does not charge high fees?

Many Thanks’