You know, I`m going to talk to people who feel like they know a neighborhood and want to buy their first investment property, their first rental property, and they`re going to look in a targeted way for what they can buy at a low price. So I have some things I`m saying, and now, if I`m playing this nasty parent that I told you about earlier, what I`m going to tell you is, “So, what do the farms in the neighborhood look like? People take care of her? How many houses are on the ledge? Are the values in this district directly down? Are they on the road? Or does it seem that it`s a neighborhood that`s starting to turn, that`s going up? You know, you have to think outside of a dimension, and you have to know more than hey that the house is cheap. You must have an idea of the culture of this region. How are the schools. What will happen over time? Josh: Sounds like you speculated a bit, right? You did a little bit. Are you in your portfolio – it looks like you`ve bought these emergency shelters, it looks like your intention is to increase the value or is it your cash flow intention from the rentals or is it a combination of both? Each state (and some counties and cities) has its own laws for rental property (here Georgia). So you need to search online to find the information specific to your place of residence. Brandon: Okay, so that`s our Famous Four sponsored by PATLive, the leader in call center services for real estate investors. With over 15 years of experience, PATLive`s professional agents have helped thousands of people spend less time on the phone, just like you, and spend more time making money. Installation is fast, simple and flexible.

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