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Buying Apartments (Part 2) – Cardone Zone

In this Show

Grant Cardone offers insights and advice to help the middle class break out and achieve true freedom in business, career and finance. Every second week of the month Grant talks about real estate. And this week he aired his follow-up episode to the hugely popular “Secrets of Buying Apartments”.

Each week NY Times best selling author, self made multimillionaire entrepreneur and international sales expert Grant Cardone focuses on matters affecting the middle class.

Grant says: “Rent where you live, so you are nimble. Own what you rent out.”

Starting Tip: Go to loopnet.com and start searching the area you live in.

Surprisingly smaller units are sometimes better than larger units. Depending on the market, it’s more advantageous to have less people, smaller families, per unit—it saves on water, it saves on electricity.

What you need to look at:

  1. Price?
  2. How many units?
  3. Down payment?

Grant also takes calls, giving invaluable and free advice on what to do to take their real estate investments to the next level.

Previous Episode: “Secrets of Buying Apartments”

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