Getting Into Real Estate Investing at the “Wrong” Time

By: peter V


If you have been interested in getting involved in real estate investing, then you may have had a niggling feeling in the back of your mind over the past 18 months or so that you missed your chance. Perhaps you have been influenced by all the negative press that has surrounded “America’s Housing Crisis.” Perhaps you believe that you do not have the funds available to you to make investments in the current market. Perhaps you have just heard the term “real estate market crash” so many times that you think wealth generation in real estate investing is a thing of the past.
Fortunately for you and thousands of real estate investors around the country, getting into real estate at the “wrong” time is one of the best times to get in. Of course, this does not mean mortgage your life away to generate a down payment or sacrifice your retirement planning. What it means is that through careful planning and strategy, the “wrong” time for real estate can be the right time for you.
Of course, you need to put some careful thought into every deal you do. Here are some ways to make the “wrong” time in real estate investing work out right for you:
• Develop multiple exit strategies
One of the things that gives real estate investing a bad name with investors in tough markets is that often investors get “stuck” with houses they cannot sell. Develop multiple exit strategies before you buy to help make sure that you are always able to get out of an investment in a timely fashion.

• Tailor your promotions carefully
In a down market, you can be overwhelmed with deals that can guzzle your time and energy with little payoff. Decide exactly what type of properties and sellers you want to work with, then create ads that speak directly to them. If a deal does not meet your criteria, do not spend time trying to “make it work.”

• Be creative and patient
You probably already know that motivated sellers can be stressed out and hard to deal with. Now, more than ever clear communication is important. The easier you can make it to understand the new buying processes and take action on them, the more people will flock to work with you.
Peter Vekselman has been successfully investing in real estate since 1996. He has completed over 1200 real estate deals, owned a construction company, been a private lender, and owned a property management company. Peter currently works with clients all over the US helping them achieve riches in real estate.
Peter Vekselman has been successfully investing in real estate since 1996. He has completed over 1200 real estate deals, owned a construction company, been a private lender, and owned a property management company. Peter currently works with clients all over the US helping them achieve riches inreal estate investing. For more information please visit www.CoachingByPeter.com.

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Peter Vekselman has been successfully investing in real estate since 1996. He has completed over 1200 real estate deals, owned a construction company, been a private lender, and owned a property management company. Peter currently works with clients all over the US helping them achieve riches in real estate investing. For more information please visit www.CoachingByPeter.com.

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