If you’re not an all cash buyer, then when you purchase a piece of income-producing real estate you’ll probably need to secure mortgage financing to complete the deal. It’s essential for you to understand what your lender is looking at when underwriting that loan.
And — If you guessed that he or she is not admiring your millinery — ok then, stick with me here. I’m going to discuss briefly a couple of key yardsticks.
Of course, this short video blog post is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to evaluating, financing, and acquiring a successful real estate investment.
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