How Do "No Money Down" Property Investment Deals Really Work?

Updated: Mar 26


How Do "Zero Money Down" Property Investment Deals Really Work?
Are those property seminar ads just a gimmick?

Hello, and it's me again!


Over the past 1 week, it's been pretty tough getting stuck at home eh?


Maybe it's just me.. But suddenly, going out to work seems sooo much less tiring than staying home and juggling work with my 3+ years old little energizer bunny around.


So, if you've been reading my blog for awhile now, let me introduce you my boss.


zoom meeting funny
What happens at almost every Zoom meeting i do.

My wife and I both aren't what we consider the high energy type of people and we wonder what happened in our DNA mix that brought about this super high energy monkey.


Maybe it's precisely because he's born in the year of the monkey! But no.. that can't be it.. Or maybe it's because minus minus equals to plus! Horrors!


Or maybe because we prayed for God to give us more strength and energy before our kid came and this is His way of training us on what we asked for. - . - |||


Well anyway, if you're parents like us, and considered non-essential services for this Circuit Breaker period, then welcome to the club!


Hope you too are coping fine and "Staying Alive" like the Bee Gees.



But really, I do enjoy his "needing" me at this stage and am grateful that we get to spend more time together these days as I know some day I'll be the one who will be seeking for his company instead.


Anyway, you came here to read about how to buy properties with no money down so here are the mechanics and risks of each method.

 

How To Buy Properties With No Money Down?


There are a couple of ways that this can be achieved ranging from buying properties with built-in profits and gearing up, using other people's funds/names to truly no money down deals that come with other risks.


If you have read my previous post on How To Find Firesale Deals with Built-In Profits in this market, this is part 2 which carries on from there. </