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209 Fast Spare Time ays to Build Zero Cash - Tyler T.H.

Tyler T.H. 209 Fast Spare Time ays to Build Zero Cash - John Wiley & Sons, 2004. - 290 p.
ISBN 0-471-46499-6
Download (direct link): sparetimewaystobuildzero2004.pdf
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M
Malls and stores, 181-182 Math concerning real estate deals.
See Numbers to know MIF (money-in-fist), 71 Mini-malls, 181-182 Mobile homes, 97, 116-117 Money, finding. See also Creative financing; Unique and unusual funding sources first mortgage, 123-124 grants, 128-129 guaranteed loans, 127-128 introduction, 121-122 investor groups, 136-137 lines of credit, 130-131 multi-unit real estate, 139-143 for others, 17, 233-235 100 percent financing, 137-139 private financing, 131-132 pubic sources, 132-136 rehab money, 126 second mortgage, 124-125 summary, 144
zero cash. See Zero-cash deals Money-in-fist (MIF), 71 Money Watch Bulletin, 254, 263
Monthly debt service, 208-212 Mortgage brokers, 109-110 Mortgage cash-out, 241 Mortgages, 33
adjustable rate, 153, 208 assumable, 150-154 first. See First mortgages purchase-money (PM) mortgage,
77, 130, 151-152 refinancing, 225 second. See Second mortgages Mortgaging out, 50, 71, 76, 167-169 how to start, 88-89 introduction, 75-79 methods of, 82-85 multi-family buildings, 89-90 perks of, 86-87 rules of, 79-82 summary, 92 where to start, 87-88 works in construction, 90-92 “Mud flats,” 46
Multi-unit dwellings, 139-143 lenders, list of, 140-143 mortgaging out, 88-90
N
Net net net lease, 178 New properties, 193-195 Newsletters about real estate, 263 Non-ownership income real estate, 16-18
Numbers to know, 10-11 capitalization rate, 213 debt coverage ratio, 212-213 introduction, 205 monthly debt service, 208-212 positive cash flow (PCF), 206-208
Index
269
putting the numbers to work, 213-214 summary, 214
O
Off-campus housing, 236-239 Office buildings, 180-181 One-hundred percent financing, 137-139 Options, real estate, 232-233 Other people’s money (OPM), building real estate wealth on advantages of real estate, 3-4 bad credit, 13-14 free advice, 18 important numbers, 10-11 introduction, 1-3 lasting value of real estate, 3 lenders, 14-15
non-ownership income real estate, 16-18
real estate license not necessary,
15
safety of investment, 19-22 start-ups win, 7-10 summary, 22-24 tax-sheltered income, 18-19 testimonial letters, 5-7 worldwide growth, 12-13 Overcapitalization, 76 Overcoming financial problems, 148-149
P
Partner’s loan, 70-71 Pension funds, 110 Personal loans, 56-59, 166-167 introduction, 56-57
secrets to getting, 58-59 sources of, 57-58 PM (purchase money) mortgage, 77, 130, 151-152 Positive cash flow (PCF), 206-208 Price (P), 10, 171
Private financing, 111-112, 131-132,
199-200
Private mortgage insurance (PMI), 127-128
Property improvement loans, 64-65,
78, 126
Pubic sources of financing, 132-136 Purchase money (PM) mortgage, 77, 130, 151-152
R
Real estate
advantages of, 3-4 building fortune rapidly. See
Building real estate fortune faster equity in, using to build wealth.
See Equity, using to build wealth lasting value of, 3 license, 15 options, 17
references on. See Real estate references Real estate attorney, 18, 33-35, 39-40, 90, 168, 178, 197 Real estate investment trusts (REITs),
133-136, 185-187 steps to forming your own,
134-136
Real estate limited partnerships, 17, 136-137, 183-185, 226 Real estate loan finder, becoming,
233-235
270
Index
Real estate references books, 255-256, 260-262 newsletters, 263 reports, 262
self-study success kits, 256-260 Refinancing, 225 Rehab loans, 64-65, 78, 126 REITs. See Real estate investment trusts Rents, raising, 41-42 REO (real-estate owned lenders),
175
Residential lenders, 174-176 Residential properties accountant, 33-34 acquiring more, 46-48 contract and closing, 39-40 distant, 50-51 down payment, 28-29 education and, 48-49 getting familiar with after purchase, 42-43 high rents for, 26-27 improvements to, 40-41 introduction, 25-26 leverage, 32-33 local properties, 27-28 location, picking, 27 negotiating a zero down payment, 31-32 raising rents, 41-42 real estate attorney, 33-34 security deposits, 40 starting cash requirements, 29-31 steps to take, 34-36 summary, 51-52 testimonial letters, 36-39, 43-45 Reverse-flip seller-credit lenders, 175
Rules for success, 253-254 Rural Housing Guaranteed Loan Program, 243 Rural Housing Service (RHS), U.S. Department of Agriculture, 243-244
S
Savings and Loan Associations, 110-111 Savings banks, 110 Seasoning requirements, getting around, 224-225 Second mortgages, 77, 124-125, 199 acting as lender yourself, 17 payment strategies, 209-210 Section 8 tenants, 161-162 Secured loans, 59-62 Security deposits, 40 Self-storage warehouses, 235-236 Self-study success kits, 256-260 Sellers with built-in funding examples, 189-190, 202-203 “financing available” offers, 195-196 government foreclosures, 190-191 Internet searches, 192-193 introduction, 189-190 new properties, 193-195 private lenders, 199-200 for sale by owner (FSBO) properties, 198 summary, 203-204 unusual offers, 200-202 zero-down, 67-68, 196-198 Single-family homes for quick real estate start-up apartment in an apartment house, 115-116
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