December 25, 2010
18+ years of age. Never too young to invest!

One of the best ways to become a successful lifelong real estate investor is to start early. If you are 18 years of age or older, you can legally purchase a home. Many young people don’t realize that they’re capable of purchasing their own home from a financial standpoint as well. If you are willing to beat the bushes and find a place that’s suitable as a home now, and promising as a rental property later, you are already of the mindset to become a successful real estate investor. The most attractive loan available to purchase real estate is the “owner occupant” loan, meaning you buy a property that you intend to occupy for at least the next one to two years. The “owner occupant” loan is one of the easiest to obtain because lending institutions, both banks and mortgage companies, have the least stringent requirements when it comes to this type of loan. Once the initial “owner occupant” period has expired, the property may be vacated by the owner and rented to others. The loan remains in place and the owner uses rent collected to ultimately pay off the loan. You are free at that point to purchase another “owner occupied” property and repeat the process until you have built a small real estate empire. Even if your means are modest, there may very well be a property and a loan available for you to start this exciting and profitable process. 

December 3, 2010
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Don’t miss today’s comments at HPTroadsrealty.blogger.com. If you’re scared, say you’re scared, then contact Susan or Johnny to guide you through this exciting process! 7577151568.

December 3, 2010
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Bah hum bug??? In actuality, there is no better time to capitalize on the current real estate market. Who’s the winner? The starter or small investor who can finance his/her own real estate purchase…

December 3, 2010
Bah hum bug!!!

Bah hum bug??? In actuality, there is no better time to capitalize on the current real estate market. Who’s the winner? The starter or small investor who can finance his/her own real estate purchase or can easily borrow from a local bank. Why? Current real estate prices have dipped low enough that the careful investor can locate a property to purchase that will produce an almost immediate monthly cash source. To discuss the details or to schedule a personal consultation, contact Susan Longman 757 715 1568.

December 3, 2010

Don’t miss today’s comments at HPTroadsrealty.blogspot.com. If you’re scared, say you’re scared, then contact Susan or Johnny to guide you through this exciting process! 7577151568.

May 18, 2010
Listing on 417 North Second St. Hampton, Virginia. Click the picture for more details. 

Listing on 417 North Second St. Hampton, Virginia. Click the picture for more details. 

April 23, 2009
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Viewing potential new listing in Gloucester… newer house plus buildable lots. Negotiating contract on one of my listings.Taking photos of new listing. Following up on investment property showings.

April 23, 2009

Viewing potential new listing in Gloucester… newer house plus buildable lots. Negotiating contract on one of my listings.Taking photos of new listing. Following up on investment property showings.

March 29, 2009
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March 29, 2009
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