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Forbes: It's Not Turnkey, It's Real Estate Investing: Top 5 Questions To Ask Your Provider

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Forbes: It's Not Turnkey, It's Real Estate Investing: Top 5 Questions To Ask Your Provider

6/10/2017

Buying a rental property "turnkey" can be a great opportunity to invest in top-performing rental markets across the country. Relatively new to the single-family investment sector, turnkey investment companies are geared toward helping investors find strong opportunities. They purchase and renovate homes, place a tenant and then sell to investors looking for cash flowing assets. Turnkey operators also often manage the property after the sale. While this has potential to be a very sustainable solution for investors living in expensive metro areas seeking affordable, strong-yielding investments outside of their own geographies, the traditional turnkey solution is fraught with risks.

Read more from Renters Warehouse Senior Vice President of Business Development, Noel Christopher, now on Forbes -- It's Not Turnkey, It's Real Estate Investing: Top 5 Questions To Ask Your Provider