Can You Really Invest in Real Estate W/ No Money Down?

Real estate investing takes a lot of money… right? Or what about all those late-night TV gurus telling you that it’s possible to invest with no money down? Is that a thing? In this video, Brandon Turner (Author of The Book on Rental Property Investing and The Book on Investing in Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down) shares his thoughts on the concept, as well as some real-life tactics for investing in real estate with no money down.

20 thoughts on “Can You Really Invest in Real Estate W/ No Money Down?”

  1. Hey Brandon, I hear all about no money down or low money down to get into real estate investing, but what I have actually found is no one ever talks about how much it is to get your LLC started, to get your phone system in place, to set up a PO Box , so my question is what is the real price to start real estate investing? Are you telling me I can start without any of these things in place? I hope I am not coming across negative b/c I am super pumped of the opportunity REO has to offer but never hear about the "TRUE" cost to start!

  2. Good advice, but it doesn't do you a whole lot of good when there aren't any deals in your market lol. We need another correction.

  3. i purchased a loft in surrey bc for 290,000 with 100% borrowed $ , got a renter in the place 1450$ a month. took the downpayment of 20% of another mortgage. i cant say i watched this video, but i love you guys bigger pockets. and hell yes you can invest with no money down πŸ™‚

  4. Whatever you saying in this video is looks to me is like story time. The real life is not true. When I was going to buy my first house I was 22 years old. The house I find praise was $178,000 dollars that time, now is over million ( it was in Los feliz area, franklin and New Hampshire ) they didn't sale to me,the reason they told me I'm not coalified, why? Because I have no record, no credit card and I was living with my parents even rent is not on my name or utilities but I had down payment for 20% which is normally they asking. Even I offer them 30% down payment still not coalified with $25,000 yearly income.
    Now, life is go 5 time more expensive then 30 years ago. Back then rents are in good area was $730.00 now same area is $2,000 or more.
    My question is how you buy units, even single family home with no many down at Hollywood area and how much is your yearly income? Or do you have a job?

  5. I have 160k atm, I just placed it all in mutual funds and it's doing well. I hate my job though, what would you recommend purchasing?

  6. Dont understand one part. Even though u hustled to get the 200,000$ property down to 150,000$, doesnt mean you dont have to still pay a down-payment for it, no? So how is that "didn't pay any money for it"?

  7. This is great, still currently reading your Ultimate Beginners Guide and soon How to Purchase out of State Rental Property…That Brrrr strategy cant wait to use it! Will so be a pro/plus member soon!THANK YOU FOR CREATING BIGGERPOCKETS BRANDON!!!! You are my Real Estate Education!

  8. absolutely invaluable information. do, do, do and do more everyday is the key. The welling of self pride becomes addictive just by doing 'something' in the direction of your goals. Thanks BiggerPockets, you guys are incredible!

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