I'm a young entrepreneur with very little capital and I am looking to invest a rental, any advice 4 financing?

I have very little capital and I'm looking for an investor or a way to get some sort of financing, I know this isn't the best market right now for either but I have a few properties in mind that have very nice CAP rates from 8-12%. Any advice?
In Buying Property - Asked by Joel C. - Mar 15, 2010
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Stasiu G.
Broker/Agent
Encino, CA

Are you going to syndicate the deal or do it on your own?
Is there seller financing available?
You may be able to get an SBA loan on it.
call me with any questions
818 574 5133

Mar 18, 2010
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Bedlam R.
Broker/Agent
Owasso, OK

I would suggest you put together a professional business plan and seek out some investors. Start with smaller projects and work your way up to bigger ones. Once you have made your investors money on smaller projects they will be more willing to invest in bigger projects with you.

Mar 20, 2010
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Alex R.
Broker/Agent
Miami, FL

Joel
Look for three and four unit buildings to buy FHA 203-B the down payment is 2%
Alex Riocabo
riocabogroup@majesticproperties.com

Mar 22, 2010
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Dale O.
Owner/Investor
Spanaway, WA

With very little capital to start with, invest in mobile homes to start. Take a look at www.mobilehomeuniversity.com for pointers.

Mar 30, 2010
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