How To Buy Multiple Investment Properties
If it’s a good idea to buy one investment property, then it’s an even better idea to buy multiple investment properties. The trick is to use the right strategy so you can qualify for multiple homes.

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20 Responses to How To Buy Multiple Investment Properties

  1. priscilla prange

    At 17 yrs old I can get a loan right?

  2. priscilla prange

    Awesome thx!

  3. priscilla prange

    So if I have 3k to start with I can use that as down payment and go to the bank, they take care of a loan , my mortgage would be about 675 on a 3br. I rent two of those bedrooms out and use the third for me, making about 600.00 off each room month. Is that good?

  4. infamist

    Hey Chris, if you partner up with someone as you did with your father-in-law. What does the terms of a partnership look like?? How are earnings or losses split? I'm very interested to learn more. Thanks.

  5. Alberto Ortiz

    Hello Kris im really interesting to invest. I will like to know how is the best way I can contact you. Thank you

  6. Silz Silz

    Probably the best real estate video Ive seen on YouTube. It's short, simple and straight to the point.

  7. Harleylover14

    Do you use property managers? If so, when did you start using them?

  8. CaSualCasUL

    Informative video Chris, But how can I educate my self more on tax benefits as a real estate investor? should I read a book or take a course ?

  9. Scotty B

    How much money should I save up? I'm 18 and most likely gonna try learning a trade.

  10. javier urquidi

    Kris how do I get my real estate license so when I'm ready to buy real estate I'm good to go

  11. PI Finance

    Watch Daniel talking about his buying first investment property 🙂

  12. Two Flame

    i would like to buy a house for Investment but houses in New Zealand are well over 400k

  13. Erik Emrich

    I like how your genuine and not trying to sell me something

  14. Juan Mercado

    Do you have anyone that can help me out in Arkansas, currently trying to find my first rental property, I have about 11k saved up but needing someone to guide me

  15. akadimas

    i'm 20 years old and i'm trying to figure it out the best way to allocate my money, i'm thinking about to purchase a down payment for an apartment and pay the rest of the mortgage by renting it to other people, or i'm just gonna put it in stocks, peer to peer lending and deposit, what you guys think work best ? i don't wanna be broke once i graduated from university

  16. linop412

    Hello everyone, first, thank you ahead of time for reading this. I am a new REI and have decided to start my new career in long term holding rental properties instead of flipping, in pursuit of the financial freedom aspect of it. I have one very important question that has been on my mind and would like to get cleared up before I jump in with both feet. I have decided to sell my current company and go full time into REI, but in order to do so, I would need to at least make a minimum of 50k-100k a year.
    ​My main question is this… say for example I am looking to invest in du or triplexes and I found one that I would like to start with that is around 100k and will need 20% down(20k). After running analysis I find out that the cash on cash flow will be around $300 a month. This means that essentially I would need to have 14 properties in order to make enough cash flow to support my lifestyle and pay my bills. I understand that, but what I am having trouble with is the amount of cash needed for the down payment each time you purchase a new property. If I did need 14 then it would mean I would need around 280k in cash. Going with this formula it seems that it would take years before the properties where generating enough cash flow to save and buy another. That is why I am starting to wonder if after the first property am I able to use the equity as the down payment? Also, is it better to just buy larger properties with higher rent instead of multiple properties with lower rent? Before I jump in with both feet I really would like to get a strong understanding of this. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
    ​P.S. I am also in the process of joining a local REIC, but I wanted to try and get the answer before then if I could. Thanks again.

  17. Adrian Barnes

    FYI: The banks will not count your debt-to-income lower simply by showing proof of a lease on a rental property. They need to see your W-2s to see if you took any loses. That will definitely bring your buying potential to a screeching halt.. Been there, done that.

  18. Matr0ix

    but why are you not in a ferrari?

  19. Steffen Sieg

    Hi Kris, I know you mentioned in your videos how you tend to stick with short term 5-7 year deals but could holding on to a house longer than that still be beneficial?

  20. Madelyn Webb

    Easy to say, If you buy so many properties in one stop…There are a closing cost on each one….point on each loan… How do you handle with this kind of agenda. At least, it has to be close to each other in order to make a conglomerate…tear down and build a bigger residential property with units/condos…. Please, respond on my question. Thanks