BRRRR Investing + BRRRR Ownership

BRRRR Ownership refers specifically to living in the property, not to be confused with BRRRR Investing, which is similar, except you never live in the property itself.

BRRRR Ownership refers specifically to living in the property, not to be confused with BRRRR Investing, which is similar, except you never live in the property itself. The majority of my Tenant to HomeOwner, HomeOwner to Investor clients utilize the BRRRR Ownership approach to jump start their rental portfolio. 

BRRRR Investing + BRRRR Ownership

BRRRR Investing

BRRRR Investing- BRRRR is an acronym for Buy, Renovate, Rent, Refi, Repeat. Executed well, this approach allows you refinance out 100% of your original invested funds.

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The challenge with the BRRR Investing is sourcing deals that meet buying criteria and accurately estimating renovation costs and timeline. This approach also requires substantial initial investment including non-25% owner occupied down payment + renovation costs.

The BRRRR Investing is best for professional investors with construction background and adequate time to spend supervising the construction crew.

BRRRR Ownership

BRRRR Ownership - BRRRR Ownership is short for Buy, Reside, Relocate, Rent, Repeat. In other words, buy a home with the intention of keeping it for a rental long term. 

BRRRR Ownership

You could Reside in the property for as little as 1 year, but could stay as long as you wanted or needed to in order to save up for your next purchase. BRRRR Ownership is best for would be real estate investors who lack the initial funds to get started or current renters who want to start building their financial future.

 


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