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The American Dream Vs. Apartment Buildings – Real Estate Investing Made Simple with Grant Cardone

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Today I talk about the American Dream VS. apartment buildings…because I used to believe buying a house was the American dream. A house can be a good deal—but a good deal compared to what? I break down the numbers on what you can make buying a house and selling it 10 years later. Is it really a GREAT deal? Or is it just a good deal? Or is it EVEN a good deal? These are the questions you should honestly ask yourself. After taxes, paying a broker, repairs, interest payments…how much do you really make with a house? Is it the American Dream???

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