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Property prices and interest rates are high, while rents are lagging. Cash flow is both more important and harder to achieve than ever, even with our 88 strategies to improve and maximize it.
But a debate still remains: should you use smaller 5% down payments with the Nomad™ real estate investing strategy to acquire your rental properties, or should you save up 20% and buy non-owner-occupant properties at a slightly slower pace?
In this special class, James will conduct a thorough comparison of the two strategies across 300 US markets, as the numbers vary depending on your local market's prices, rents, and income.
Which strategy gives you a higher net worth? Which gets you to financial independence the fastest? Which is the safest, and which has the most risk? Plus much more.
After attending this class, you should have a much clearer understanding of whether you should seriously consider the Nomad™ strategy or opt for a slightly slower pace with 20% down payments when acquiring up to 10 rental properties.
See how putting 5% down compares to putting 20% down to acquire 10 properties compares in 300 US cities.
Check out the video and interactive charts from this class here:
Or, see Charlotte specific, detailed analysis of both the Baseline Nomad™ strategy and 20% down payment strategy here:
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