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The Four Quadrants of Real Estate

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How’s this for simplification? If it’s 1 door rent it, if there are many doors, own it. Today I want to tell you the 4 things you must know in every deal. Don’t get confused with all the lingo. All the quadrants matter, don’t get fixated on one of these. When one thing goes down, something else goes up.

1. Price
2. Down Payment
3. NOI
4. Cash on Cash

These are the 4 quadrants you need to look at in every real estate deal. One is not more important than the rest, they all tie together to make a deal good or bad.

Grant Cardone shares his simple formula for investing in real estate.

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