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What you’ll learn in just 17 minutes from today’s episode:
- Find out Marco’s powerful strategies that got him a property without shelling out his own cash
- Learn where to invest in real estate that will allow you success (even if the market is mediocre)
- Discover the strategies he shares that will help you create more profits through Real Estate
Marco Santarelli is an investor, author and the founder of Norada Real Estate Investments – a nationwide provider of turnkey cash-flow investment properties. Since 2004, they’ve helped thousands of real estate investors create wealth and passive income through real estate. He’s also the host of the top-rated Passive Real Estate Investing podcast.
Listen in as Marco opens up with wisdom and suggestions on a variety of topics – some of which I’m sure can help you create more profits with your deals.
01:58 – What got him into real estate investing
04:29 – What strategy does he use for his own real estate investment that has him flowing with cashflows
06:16 – Focusing on single families and duplexes
07:53 – In hindsight, what could he have done earlier in his career had he had known before what he’s known now
13:03 – How Marco find good deals
“Choose a market that has a strong fundamentals, appreciation potential. You want to catch a bit of that momentum. And I’m not saying speculate and, and chase after appreciation, I’m saying, have the cashflow and the rate of return right from the get go.” – Marco Santarelli
“I was under the belief that if you buy rental property, you should hold it forever and never sell that property. That works. There’s nothing wrong with it. It’s one strategy. But there’s also other strategies in real estate. There’s just tremendous amount of flexibility in how you can create wealth and make money in real estate.” – Marco Santarelli
“The importance of the neighborhood is critically important. In fact, I would go as far as saying that you can mitigate most of your risk in investing in real estate by investing in the right neighborhoods. It’s not so much the market as a whole, that’s a macro economic perspective and where you invest.” – Marco Santarelli
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