“Investing in Rental Properties”

“Investing in Rental Properties”

 

 

I have been a real estate investor for many years and that is the case for many of my clients. There are four main areas that I am seeing:

 

1) Ocean and lake property

 

2) Rental properties around colleges

 

3) One to four family homes in areas where rents continue to rise because of location

 

4) Properties that are purchased at a low enough price to get a return on the investment

 

Hi Joe,

How are you? It is that time again, we are ready once again. Want to chat about buying another rental property in RI, And will need a pre-approval for a mortgage.

 

The client that sent me this email has rental properties near a college. She gets crazy rental income from students and the units are all rented. When a unit needs to be renovated they have a company that is in an out in a week and they are ready to go again.

 

This type of rental investment isn’t for everyone, but this gal has it down to a science and will soon get to the point where she can live and retire from her real estate investments. Do you see a time that there won’t be demand for rental housing around colleges?

 

Who else do you know that needs my help?

 

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Joe Petrowsky, NMLS #6869

Right Trac Financial Group, Inc. NMLS #2709

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