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Real Estate Investing

You do not need to take advantage of Rich Dad Education’s world-class educational offerings to buy real estate. Nor do you need to become educated in Rich Dad Education’s numerous real estate strategies and techniques to become a real estate investor. In fact, you can buy real estate, and become a real estate investor, without a minute of education or experience. Each and every day, people just like this dive into the world of real estate investing as they buy their first investment property through conventional real estate transactions.

How Can I Become a Real Estate Investor?

In order to become a real estate investor, all a person really needs to do is to meet certain requirements for a loan. With a down payment, verifiable income for the past few years, appropriate debt-to-income ratio, and a decent credit score, any person can theoretically obtain a loan through traditional sources and purchase an investment property. This is usually done with assistance from a real estate agent, and is by far the most common manner in which people buy investment properties.

Many people have had great success through conventional investing. Real estate agents like to point out that real estate has historically been a time-tested safe investment, the type of investment that anyone can participate in. However, many individuals cannot participate in real estate investing through conventional means. Many individuals simply do not have the requisite down payment. Others have inadequate credit scores, debt-to-income ratios in disarray, or cannot demonstrate the requisite income or work history. For these individuals, conventional investing simply is not an option. These individuals also represent a large proportion of new investors.

No matter how energetic or enthusiastic prospective investors may be, those that cannot participate in the traditional investing process often give up on their dreams of becoming a real estate investor. This is unfortunate as there are numerous strategies and techniques that can allow an individual to become a successful real estate investor without ever participating in the traditional investing process. These strategies are never talked about in schools, rarely mentioned in the media, and remain largely hidden from the general public. Those that cannot participate in the conventional manner of real estate investing rarely use these strategies because they simply do not know they exist. Rich Dad Education helps fill this void by providing thousands of students each year with knowledge of strategies and techniques that can be used regardless of their individual circumstances. These strategies are fall outside the parameters of conventional investing and allow students, who would not otherwise be able to participate, an admission ticket to the real estate game.

Even those that can participate in real estate investing quickly learn that conventional investing is not always the most optimal, or profitable, way to invest in real estate. Increasing the strategies and financing techniques available to an investor can allow these investors the capability to complete more deals. These investors may find strategies that better suit their lifestyle or personality. By expanding their playbook beyond conventional investing, this type of investor soon realizes that they can reach their long-term goals is a shorter amount of time.

Regardless of what educational path you choose, never give up on your dream of becoming a real estate investor. Take the time to research and discover the strategies and techniques that few individuals even realize exist. Knowledge of these strategies will give you genuine hope that you can reach your long term financial goals through real estate investing, even if you cannot participate through conventional means.

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7 responses to “Real Estate Investing

  1. S. Sridharan July 31, 2013 at 10:50 am

    Dear:
    Thank you for your article on Real Estate Investing.
    Can you tell me if a person is retired and wants to participate in Real Estate Investing, what strategy he should adopt (Bank won’t give him loan) ?

    Regards.

    S. Sridharan
    Chennai, INDIA.

  2. ngtorty July 31, 2013 at 11:06 am

    Thank you for sharing!

  3. R N Gillis August 3, 2013 at 5:38 pm

    What are the unconventional strategies? How do I find out about them?

    • S. Sridharan September 10, 2013 at 9:49 am

      As far as I am concerned, EXPERIENCE plays a vital role in Real Estate Investing. We cannot throw our money, just like that, without understanding the techniques of Real Estate Investing.
      If anyone does like that, he will not only lose his well earned money, but also will have mental
      agony, which will take his peace of mind in life.
      Regards.
      S. Sridharan
      Chennai, INDIA.

  4. sushilpandey490418318 August 14, 2013 at 2:06 pm

    Even those that can participate in real estate investing quickly learn that conventional investing is not always the most optimal, or profitable, way to invest in real estate. Increasing the strategies and financing techniques available to an investor can allow these investors the capability to complete more deals. These investors may find strategies that better suit their lifestyle or personality. By expanding their playbook beyond conventional investing, this type of investor soon realizes that they can reach their long-term goals is a shorter amount of time. http://land-sale-koh-phangan.com/

  5. mike s. September 9, 2013 at 6:33 pm

    This is good news. Thanks for providing these details.

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