Ask any experienced real estate investor the one piece of advice they would give to new investors and they would all say “buy a fourplex”. Purchasing and owner occupying a fourplex is the best way to get started in real estate investing.
Now you’re probably asking why? While no purchase is without risk here are the main pros (and cons) of buying a fourplex:
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Buying a fourplex as your first property can be one of the smartest financial decisions you can make. Learn why experienced real estate investors say this is the best way to get started in real estate investing.
Duplexes and townhomes share one key characteristic, a wall with an adjourning unit. Even though they both share walls, duplex and townhouses are very different types of properties.
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