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The Woodland Team of Texas
The Woodland Companies - Austin, TX
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Buy what you know how to make money with.

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Bob Crane
Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, EXP - Stevens Point, WI
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I like timberland investments, let me know if you are interested in help with this.

Aug 08, 2018 09:27 PM
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David Gibson CNE, 719-304-4684 ~ Colorado Springs Relocation
Colorado Real Estate Advisers LLC - Colorado Springs, CO
Relocation, Luxury & Lifestyle residential

Checkout self-storage and I think you may be very pleasantly surprised.

Sep 14, 2015 09:38 AM
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John Meussner
Mortgages in AZ, CA, CO, DE, FL, GA, MD, MN, MT, NC, NJ, NV, OK, OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, WI - Fair Oaks, CA
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I like multi-families, especially 2-unit properties because financing terms are so generous.  

 

Obviously, the financing terms are less generous on 3-4 units, but still very friendly when looking at the potential ROI.  Fewer units = fewer people to manage/lower potential for issues with tenants, too, so that's a plus.

Sep 14, 2015 06:35 AM
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Kathleen Luiten
Resort and Second-Home Specialist - Princeville, HI
Kauai Luxury Ocean Home Sales

Multiplexes. If this is your first depending on ROI I suggest a 4 to 6 unit complex to start.

Sep 14, 2015 03:37 AM
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Stefan Winter
Real Estate in IL & NV | Owner of Real Estate Web Tech | Daily Vlogger - Las Vegas, NV
Owner - Winter Group & Real Estate Web Tech

I'd say multi-family hands down, much easier to manage and all in one location.

Sep 14, 2015 01:18 AM
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Roy Kelley
Retired - Gaithersburg, MD

Much depends upon your local market. Multi-family buildings are more efficient to operate and manage.

Sep 14, 2015 12:58 AM
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Carol Williams
Although I'm retired, I love sharing my knowledge and learning from other real estate industry professionals. - Wenatchee, WA
Retired Agent / Broker / Property Manager

Unless you are in a small market, I'd say neither.  The more specialized you become in a niche (or two), the more successful you will be.  You can become "the expert" in that niche and the go-to-guy.  I am looking for a condo specialist in another city right now.  I don't want a Jack or Jane of all trades.   That being said, if you feel the need the choose one, I would say multi-family dwellings.  Investors are more likely to become repeat customers sooner... or have other properties for you to sell.  

Sep 14, 2015 12:18 AM
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Barbara Todaro
RE/MAX Executive Realty - Happily Retired - Franklin, MA
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do some of both....

Sep 14, 2015 12:11 AM