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Learn the market before you proceed. Consider joining local associations of investors to learn about the market in your geographic area. Educate yourself about foreclosures and landlord-tenant law so you understand all the details involved with your transaction.


3. Develop a team of other professionals that you can trust to help you with your transactions. This team may include an attorney, a real estate agent, a home inspector, an appraiser, a lender, and a contractor.

4. Judge your cash flow realistically. This the landmark can be especially important if you are purchasing rental properties. Make sure that your rental income will cover your maintenance expenses, especially if you want to hire a property manager to assist you.

Dabbling in real estate can be a lucrative investment. Make sure that you educate yourself and proceed carefully to succeed.
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