Single-Family Vs. Multi-Family: Real Estate Investing Made Simple

A home is the American dream, right? A white picket fence, a yard for the kids to roll around in, and setting your roots down for 30 years—it sounds so appealing to many people as an investment.

But a single-family home is usually not a good investment—it’s a liability.

Here’s the true cost of buying a home:

Down payment + size of mortgage + all the interest payments + all the taxes + all maintenance + opportunity cost of time

The opportunity cost is the biggest cost of owning a single-family home.

It doesn’t cash flow if you live in it, but if you do rent it out for cash flow and that person leaves, you’re back to being 100% vacant!

You want to have multiple doors to rent, that way even if 5 or 6 people leave you’re still 85% full.

You don’t want just one McDonald’s—you want 50 of them.

Why does network marketing work? Because you’re not dependent upon one person, you got hundreds and thousands of people.

With single family homes, even if you rent them out, you just can’t scale. You can’t have the economies of scale unless you buy the whole neighborhood, but then you have the whole neighborhood calling you.

And what happens to single-family homes if interest rates go up? Watch Real Estate made simple every Monday for more!

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22 comments on “Single-Family Vs. Multi-Family: Real Estate Investing Made Simple

  1. Anthony Dooley Post author

    The peanut gallery in studio. Not only are they not paying attention to GC’s questions and offering an answer, but they are actually distracting him from the information. Good help is hard to find. Great content Uncle G. Motivational as usual.

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  2. Atif Khan Post author

    Sir My Brain got Very Weak It was in Great “category” When i was a kid now i am 19 I am Soo Much excited about entrepreneurship and Afterall Somehow I jumped out of the procrastination barrier Bt the Only Thing which is stoping me from achieving a Lot of success is My Brain I am Soo Pissed Of.Sorry my eng is not that good afterall it is my 2nd language PLEASE REPLY!

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    1. Isaac Dueñas Post author

      +Grant Cardone One day I will meet you in person. I appreciate the time you and your company spend putting this channel together everyday. One day I will make it up to you. That day is getting closer and closer.

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  3. Bijan Izadi Post author

    22:59 Grant doing some architecture talking to an architect! Presenting was my favorite part of architecture school

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  4. marta koutsogiannis Post author

    My favorite show of the week! Have all your books, all seminars and GC university. Love your products they never dissapointed me. My favorite are: real estate and negotiation seminar. Thank you for all you do! Wish you to take over the Wallstreet.

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  5. A G Post author

    not so sure I like the whole angle here. essentially in summary. live a life with huge debt hanging over you in the hope that stars align and comes thru great. No wonder inceasing debt issues

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  6. Greg Moore Post author

    Grant! Huge fan. Thanks for everything you’re doing. Curious, do you have any suggestions for where aspiring MFP investors can meet owners to learn more about the day-in-the-life? …excluding your conference 😉

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  7. Itay Verchik Post author

    I have purchased the ticket to the conference, JUST RIGHT NOW, to come to you from the middle east , only two weeks before the event!!!
    I made a decision and committed , left everything aside to my workers… i`m coming 🙂

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