Better Investment than Homes – Grant Cardone

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  1. I love investing in multi-unit (5 units or more) properties because the way commercial lending works and the opportunity for forced appreciation and the fact there are multiple tenants etc. So many great things to mention!! Economies to scale etc. But. . . I also have a few large single family homes with 8 to 11 tenants in each, who pay their own rents. We get higher rents overall since it is spread between so many tenants, not to mention the hedge of protection if one or two tenants do not pay.. I have great management in place and it is a passive investment for me. Point being, you can make single family work too. Just find your niche and go for it. BUT JUST DO SOMETHING. Don't wait to go big, just start moving forward first.. one step at a time. Then you will start taking on those $5,000 doors!!

  2. I like the idea of not buying a single family house. If you do simple math and invest money ( $1500/month) @ 8 % which is 10 year average of SP 500 and compare the loan of $300K at 4.4%. The 10 years comparison can convince you to not buy single house or take a home loan

  3. There is definitely exceptions to this rule. I live in the West Texas oil boom and it is cheaper to buy than rent. Then you can easily sell your house for more than you bought it because they can't build them fast enough in my area. Oil is still going strong so I plan to sell in a year before the boom ends.

  4. Lmao I bought a house and I rent rooms. Life is good cause I 200k plus dollars in equity and i get 1500 bucks as residual income every month. Sure a 10, 15, 30 family unit is a much better deal but not everybody got the cash for that. Something is better than nothing.

  5. It costs you every day, every week, every month and every year to up-keep that home you just bought… Ok in 1 year the value went from $200K to $210K did you make money? No… Because it costed you money to water the yard, cut the grass, HOA fees, Insurance, Repairs, Repaint, Recarpet, etc… At the end of the year you barely broke even or you are negative balance and let's not forget when its time to sell… Closing costs and commissions. You better purchase that home you're looking at for under $50K its value if you want a win win deal! Those other guys on YouTube like to talk a lot but Grant Cardone Walks the Talk! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿš€

  6. Great video Grant ๐Ÿ˜ก Now tell the story about the guy who called into your show and was trying to buy a $1.5 million apartment complex. And YOU said that the bank was not going to give him the money because he didnโ€™t have any experience. ๐Ÿคทโ€โ™‚๏ธ So WHY NOT start by landlording SFH and then scale up to apartments??? I swear every video is full of contradictions.

  7. Not true. My niche is single family homes and guess what? I just quit working for the federal government last year. I never have to work again. 34 years old and a millionaire. Donโ€™t buy everything he says

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