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Betty Wang, Home Buyer in 94582

I'd like to know which kind of houses is easy to lease out coz it will be an investment and I will need the rental income to cover the mortgage.

Asked by Betty Wang, 94582 Mon Oct 7, 2013

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Henry Brooks’ answer
Hello Betty,

You may call or text me anytime @ 209-814-0119 with any lease or rental Real Estate questions & I would love to help. My wife and I own 8 properties with 28 tenants from the Bay Area to the Central Valley, so I am a wealth of information and I love to share;-) Check out my website @ http://www.realtorbrooks.com & also my Trulia & Zillow profile to see many of my recent client recommendations. I also have an excellent lender in Pleasanton and my office is in San Ramon, so we can help;-) Contact Gina Cordero for your approval. Below, you will find Gina's contact info to begin the approval process. Have a Magnificent Monday, Your Friend & Realtor, Henry Brooks

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Nov 25, 2013
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Hi Betty,

I work with a Property Management Company as well as doing Residential Real Estate in San Ramon. Homes that I find go quickly are those in good shape. The magic rental price point which has the most applications is $2800-3500.
Please email me privately.

JoAnn Wheeler
joann@joannwheeler.com
1 vote Thank Flag Link Tue Oct 8, 2013
Add: easy access to public transportation of major highways to make it easy for commuters
2 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Oct 7, 2013
Hello Betty,

I own and have owned many rentals in SR and I have/ had GREAT luck in townhomes. To me, that is my sweet spot for getting the best tenants and buyers for my place when i'm ready to sell. SFR are also good but unless your in a desirable area getting it rented may be a bit tough. Make sure you check the CCRs for all Condos and T/homes for rental restrictions. Every investor has their niche find yours and go for it! Should you need more info, please email me @: http://www.bhghome.com/theranches/

Good Luck!


Brannon
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Nov 5, 2013
I think there are many good answers to this question. Each investor takes their own values and priorities into investing. You can still buy in this market and get a positive cash flow. My suggestions is that you go to my web site below and request our Free Book on Real Estate Investing.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Oct 8, 2013
Somewhere around a college or in a high commuter area. The 101 corridor is always a best.

Alex Greer
Loan Officer
NMLS #1056079
http://www.TheMortgageOutlet.com

408-352-5147
AGreer@TheMortgageOutlet.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Oct 8, 2013
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