How to Invest ‘Subject To’ and Overcome the “Due on Sale” Clause

How to invest ‘Subject to’? is a question that puzzles many investors, especially when it comes to beating the “due on sale” clause. The answer to the question “how to invest ‘subject to” is not a complicated one. As long as you are clear with regard to what “subject to” is, it’s not as difficult to execute as it may seem. If you know how to explain it to the seller, and what steps to take to protect you and the seller, you can use the ‘subject to’ strategy over and over with minimal risk to build your real estate portfolio.

Four Tips to Successful Creative Real Estate Investing

Necessity, as they say, is the mother of invention- which makes perfectly good sense during these trying times. With the troubled economy we are facing, we all try our best to survive and think of every possible way to earn some extra to help ends meet. In many parts of the country, it’s the best time in the last decade to invest in Real Estate to earn some extra… and do much more than survive. Thrive!

3 Steps to Getting Started in Creative Real Estate Investing

Many believe real estate investing is for people with plenty of cash in the bank and super credit scores. That belief couldn’t be further from the truth, not to mention devastating to realizing your real estate investing potential. There is more to real estate investing than the conventional approach of bank financing and 20% cash down payments. The world of “creative” real estate investing is a world of which anyone can participate regardless of money and credit resources. In order for it to work for you, you’ll have to make a decision to work “it.” You’ll be taking a step from the grandstands to the court. If you’re like most, you’re taking this step because for one reason or another you’ve decided working for someone else is no longer for you and you know you’re capable of more.