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Real estate has traditionally been an excellent investment - outperforming the stock market year after year. By tapping into the equity in your own home, it's quite feasible to fund your first investment property. Most investors I work with are actually very modest people. They know that real estate investing, such as in rental properties, is a phenomenal way to make tremendous equity with very little cash invested. Most investors start out small, buying their first rental property the first year, the second the year after and so on. One does not need to be a millionaire to invest in real estate. Starting small is the key. With the rental vacancy rate at record lows in Mesa County, this is the perfect time to consider buying your first rental property. I can even help you get a tenant through my parent company's property management services.
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