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Q&A for Investors: Part 2

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Here is Part 2 of our Q&A Interview for New Investors. How long will the investment be? Holdfolio’s goal is to own the property long term to collect rental income & take advantage of the benefits of owning real estate. It is in the best interest of everyone that Holdfolio sells the property at the

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Q&A for New Investors: Part 1

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Here at Holdfolio, it is common for us to receive similar questions from new investors. This interview was conducted with one of our investors in early 2018. What kinds of questions did you have for HF during the brief introduction call?  The ones mostly found in the FAQs. The call mostly was getting to gain

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Holdfolio Download Episode 8 – Multi-family Due Diligence for Investors

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Holdfolio Download Episode 8 – Multi-family Due Diligence for Investors

In this latest podcast Ep.8, Jacob and Sterling dig deep into the learning lessons and winning strategies behind their latest acquisition. “Deal Talk” reveals topics like these: Finding deals Physical inspections Counter-offers and negotiations Due diligence Equity raise Structuring a deal with investors – preferred return with split Documentation and much more! Join us for Deal Talk:

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Real estate is notoriously speculative and unpredictable. For example, many very experienced, very informed people lost money when the real estate market declined in 2007-8. When the real estate market is healthy, as it was from 2003 through 2006, it appears that it will be healthy forever, but time after time history has shown that the real estate market goes down without warning, sometimes resulting in devastating losses. You should invest in real estate in general, and in the opportunities listed at the Site in particular, only if you can afford to lose your investment and are willing to live with the ups and downs of the real estate industry.

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