How to Buy a house in Any Market
The market is shifting.
Now, I’m not trying to scare you; I’m trying to share some good news!
We’ve been talking about this for a little while now. When the housing market booms, the people who make money are the ones who have a home to sell and banks with money to lend.
If you can’t afford a home or don’t have good credit, you try to wait until the housing market settles down to buy a home. The problem is that even when the housing market settles down, it’s for a reason.
Right now, people are worried about rising interest rates and an impending recession that might take their money away. Does that sound like it instills confidence in home buyers if they might not have money in the future?
I guarantee you can buy a house in any market no matter what it looks like everybody else is doing. There’s no need to freak out, underprice, oversell or spend all your free time stalking Zillow for a home you think you might be able to afford in the future.
This is what I’ve been doing for years and what you’ll be catching me doing for years to come – and especially for the next 12-24 months.
That’s the beauty of creative financing.
Creative financing gives you the freedom to buy a home for yourself, invest in real estate properties and businesses, and even get a second home for an Airbnb or extra income.
When you learn how to buy subject to or through seller financing, you have the autonomy and financial freedom to buy a house:
With bad or any credit.
In an up market or a down market.
In any neighborhood.
During any stage of life.
No matter how much money you have in your bank account.
Acquiring properties this way means you can do it for whatever reason, in whatever circumstances and whenever is right for you. There’s always a risk and there are ideal situations, but when you do everything the right way and have bulletproof legal documentation, you can be on top of the world like me and my community of amazing investors.
Yes, it involves talking to people and building a community and doing the hard work, but if you don’t take the opportunity to work hard now, you’ll be working hard to get yourself out of a hole in the future.
There’s a place for everyone here – no matter what you’re working for.