Have you ever seen those websites about buying houses with "No Money Down?" They have all kinds of people offering great testimonials in little videos about how they have gotten rich, buying rental properties, with absolutely no money out of their pocket. There's usually a wealthy looking man or woman talking to someone about their new house, and they "I own that one," pointing to a beautiful colonial estate they bought on the cheap by using internet website advice "I also own that one next to it, and the one two doors down, and I'll be closing on the one directly across the street from it, next week." They then assure viewers that they have purchased 35 homes in the last eight or ten months, with zero money down on the properties. Plus, in many cases they say they also paid no closing costs.
And, let's not forget, this same person is grossing tens of thousands of dollars monthly, and his net worth is nearly ten million dollars. So they claim
Now, all of this looks wonderful, so when the person selling the course that will teach you how to do this, at a nifty price of just $500, speaks, you are glued to their every word. "Real estate is the safest and fastest way to make money in this economy" the expert will tell you.
So here's the million dollar question. Can you purchase houses with no money down? Can you become a landlord in as little as one month's time and start raking in the cash from those rent payments? The answer is an absolute "Yes." It can be done, and I am proof positive, because others, despite a lot of misinformation out there, have been doing it, not always in terms of buying 35 homes in the past eight to ten months, but in a good amount for sure. The question you should be asking yourself is not can I buy real estate with no money down, but should I?
This is the million dollar question that the person selling the no money down program with all the amazing testimonials hopes you never ask. The websites advertising and marketing strategy would collapse, if they gave anyone a chance to ask this question, because they would be forced to lie if they answered it for everyone. Start your own exhaustive search of different real estate offers and assess for yourself what you want, how much you're willing to invest, and what's a B.B.B. approved offer or business, and what is not. Check scam reporting websites to ensure the offer is legit to. .