New Real Estate Investor – Building a Rental Portfolio Fast! Posted on May 29, 2019 building chicago hotels dallas hotels Estate fast hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas investor las vegas hotels portfolio private jet Real Rental rental property travel travel vlog vacation 44 thoughts on “New Real Estate Investor – Building a Rental Portfolio Fast!” This women is marriage material.Reply If you get a business loan for all of your properties, how is it possible to add more units to your portfolio still if you personally can't afford them? Having tenants in every property 24/7/365 doesn't seem realistic.Reply What are the means of egress for those bedrooms in the basement or that’s not the code doesn’t exist in Canada?Reply Would love to come to your events, where can I find that info MattReply Well done, what kind of conditions do you normally put on your offers?Reply Where in Montreal can I go for these meet ups?Reply The real estate investment is so region or city dependent. With this duplex purchased at $265,000 and 3 rooms in the front and back with 3 rooms, and each room can be rented around $500. This kind of deal is impossible in Vancouver, Canada. It would cost perhaps close 2 million Canadian if not over in Vancouver to purchase a duplex and the room rent is anywhere around $600 to $800. So how about having a video on how to repeat the strategy in Vancouver, Canada?Reply Does anyone know which 4 videos she is referring to?Reply How many properties is Angela up to now in March 2019? Need to do another video with her. Great for those just getting into the real estate gameReply Probably the best channel I’ve seen on this stuff. As a single woman who has never done this before, Angie was a HUGE selling point in me subscribing to your channel AND getting alerts for new videos! Keep her as a regular. I’m about to follow her on IG, as well! Also, great questions you asked!Reply Awesome. Nice to see a young woman killing it !! Well done and great example for others !!Reply 265? Like 265 thousand? 3:35 How many square feet is this house? How much per square foot? That seems 50k-65k too much.Reply Angie, the rooms look really close to being rentable—three rooms at 500 per month not rented is $50 a day. How long till you get them rented?Reply What's her insta?Reply Very inspiring video. Wow She's acquired those properties in a relatively fast pace for someone starting out.Reply curious if this student housing can e done in the US. If not, what about US investors in Canada?Reply Damn she's cute!Reply Any recommendations on realtor and mortgage broker in the Niagara Region?Reply Hello Matt. Where do I learn about the one percent rule? ThanksReply That's inspiring to see someone jump in with both feet!Reply Tell how to get money for 2nd property ??Reply What is the four part videos that she is referring to?Reply There is something call editing. It could make video interestingReply You guys are lucky in Canada, in The Netherlands you have to have direct daylight in the living areas, otherwise it is a no go. A basement like that would never do the trick.Reply I started 33 months ago (with 50k in USA and a fulltime job) and now own 8 rental houses. It can be done.Reply Congratulations Angie. I hear you on keeping going instead of slowing down. My wife and I closed two multi family properties in 20 days Nov-Dec 2018. I am looking for our next deal.Reply I just started investing in Real estate in November 2018 and I already bought and closed on 3 houses already in Cash no mortgages. Great Channel!Reply I don't wanna go with that aggressive.. if housing market crash ….. may be I'm overthinking but hey who knows.. anyway good luck and thanks for sharing videoReply Great video!Reply 265k ? for 3000/month??? and u thinnk ur gonna profit???? what the fuckReply I’m going to subscribe to this channel.Reply What are the options to finance rental properties?Reply How did you finance the property?Reply Hello Matt,HelppppI am in Texas in USA. Dying to start my journey. How do I start?Reply She single?Reply You do not have access to mls unless you’re a certified real estate agentReply ThanksReply Renting for more than $3000???? is not only 3 room @5000 or 550 each???Reply Matt do you manage your own properties?Reply I decided this year to get into real estate too. The passive income always looked attractive and the down payment always turned me off. Until I realized the money from the down payment is still mine, it’s just in the property now instead of the bank. I started 2018 living in an apartment and am ending it with 1 sfh and three duplexes. We all start at zero. Awesome job Angie.Reply Great video Matt.. Angie's story is inspirational! The only thing i dont think i heard is how she financed those deals. Did she have the cash? Hard Money? Creative lending ideas? She didnt mention her funding strategy. otherwise great vidReply 1% rule on NET, not gross. Angie overpaid just a tad.Reply 8% ROI doesn't sound so good. Is that the best you get in that area?Reply plant vibes cutie…love Canadians..Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.