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Author Topic: a little beginner help  (Read 1410 times)

Offline jordan1286

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a little beginner help
« on: September 24, 2005, 09:45:08 pm »
hello, i'm 19 years old, i'm a sophomore in college, and do not currently work at a steady job besides making money from here and there. there is a property in my area that is for sale for 43k and it is 3 rental units (9 bedrooms 3 baths) each are being currently rented at 400 a month i believe. I should be able to make atleast a 15% down payment, but i'm not really sure what to do or where to go or what to start doing. the house is also listed with this: Vacancy factor: MVACTY, i do not know what this means either.

i'm not even sure if this is in the correct forum, if not please direct me to a better area. thanks for any advice you may give me!

Offline carlosguti

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Re:a little beginner help
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2005, 01:18:09 am »
Look for a partner, with a little more credit or cash that is willing to help.
50% of something is better than 0%

 




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