It is a given that it is smart to find investors, i.e. to use other people’s money raised from private equity investors, when buying investment property. When first starting down this path it is common to start small, getting your feet wet by buying a property or two with money raised from friends and small-dollar passive investors in real estate deals.
However, it does not make a lot of sense over the long term to only find investors with small dollar capability, simply because the same truth that applies to every real estate deal ever closed also applies to capital formation: Small deals take just as long or longer to close, the people are often more difficult to work with, and the payoffs are smaller.
For these reasons, when you go out to find investors to fund a real estate transaction, focus on accredited investors. Stay tuned for some tips on how to do this, and have a great day!
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