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These are pitched as terms for ‘newbies’ but I’d add they are terms every investor and homeowner (as potential landlords) should be familiar with.
The first step in your real estate venture should, in my humble opinion, be education! I know it’s cliche but knowledge is power.
BiggerPockets: 16 common investing terms
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Good question! This question is a follow on from this post “
you mention ‘cash flow’ investing….”
Probably the best general rundown I can recommend as a good starting point is this podcast from
Bigger Pockets: The Ultimate Beginner’s Podcast for Real Estate Investors. I am a huge fan of these podcasts and this forum has helped me personally prepare for my investment journey.