How To Finance Multiple Rental Properties for Maximum Cash Flow

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Summary: In this article you’ll learn tips and strategies for how to finance multiple rental properties, beyond ten conventional loans.

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Introduction

The average investor will need to own about eight to ten investment properties to generate enough monthly cash flow to retire, however true beauty in real estate investments comes from leverage. Leverage is the ability to use a small amount of your own money (generally 20-25%) and large amounts of someone else’s when investing.

Here is some interesting data that really exemplifies the power of leverage:

If we compare the DOW in 1980 at 830 points to 2004 at 10,000 +-, that’s about a 1,100% gain. Home prices across the nation increased by about 400% during the same time

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