Multi-family buildings, as an investment vehicle, were mostly neglected by individual real estate investors during the last eight years because everyone had their hopes and wallets to pinned to ever rising home prices. Unfortunately, the good times in residential real estate are over. However, as Ted Karsch writes in his E-course, "the meteoric rise in the interest for and the value of apartment building investments has really just begun. Increased demand for affordable rental housing is projected to rise dramatically in the next 36 months as those homeowners displaced by foreclosure search for housing. Meanwhile, the supply of rental units on the market has remained steady. This could cause a windfall for apartment building owners."
What makes the "Buy Your First Apartment Building E-Course" extremely valuable for the first time investor is that the material clearly explains exactly how to locate, finance, buy and manage a profitable apartment building property anywhere in the US and Canada. In fact, the E-Course has been studied by interested investors across the globe.
The truly unique aspect of the E-Course is the focus made toward the beginning investor who might be facing challenges raising the necessary money for a down payment. Ted Karsch identifies and explains little known no money down apartment buying strategies that new investors can use to acquire property using other people's money or owner financing. This is one area of apartment investing that has deterred many investors in the past from making the transition to commercial real estate investing and as the E-course explains, it shouldn't be an obstacle to investing success.
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