Buy Real Estate and build a Portfolio FAST!!

Invest in Real Estate, with low money down. Invest like the pro’s and build a portfolio fast using one of the easiest and most common sense Real Estate strategies. This works for the beginner or the savvy veteran real estate investor. Let Jim Onesti with the Mccann Team show you how.

20 thoughts on “Buy Real Estate and build a Portfolio FAST!!”

  1. I have a question for a real estate guru. I acquired a home at around $60,000 below value from family and want to turn a profit. The price for the house was set at $110,000 and is worth around $170,000. Our family friend is old and wanted to give us a good deal but also told us we can do whatever we choose with the property. This is all drawn up in a trust through a lawyer and we are on the deed of the property. We have a limited time to pay this house off at a fixed price of $110,000 but when this person passes we have 1 year to get a traditional loan to pay the balance, that means interest and probably a higher payment. The house needs some minor updating and repairs but nothing major. I would love to pay the home off then sell and make a nice profit but money is tight and we are on a fixed income. We are sitting on such a great deal and have no idea what we should do! The thought of this deal slipping through our hands is killing us, we don’t want to get a traditional loan and get robbed on all the interest and a 30 year loan if were not able to pay it off in time. Please help any recommendations?

  2. Hi Jim,

    First of all let me congratulate you for the remarkable job you’re doing by helping people towards a better financial IQ and useful advices on how to make investments.

    My question concerning the video mentioned above is about how we are supposed, as investors, to get the money for both the acquisition and the renovation fees, by credit or it should be from our savings?

    Thank you very much.

    Best regards.

  3. Hi I'm looking to buy my first investment property in Clearwater or Tampa Florida. Looking at some condos that one at about 50 K to 60 K and I'm looking to buy this in cash investment with no loans. So if I do that the plan would be to rent it, refinance and repeat ? also does anybody know what is the market there as far as trending sales

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  5. i have identified a property with identical fugures to this example. But there is a missing link for me. The bank will give me the first mortgage for the purchase. Where do I get the 50k to renovate?

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