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Single-Family Vs. Multi-Family – Real Estate Investing Made Simple with Grant Cardone

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Here’s the true cost of buying a home:

Down payment + size of mortgage + all the interest payments + all the taxes + all maintenance + opportunity cost of time

The opportunity cost is the biggest cost of owning a single-family home.

It doesn’t cash flow if you live in it, but if you do rent it out for cash flow and that person leaves, you’re back to being 100% vacant!

Title: Interest Rates and One Door vs Many Doors

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