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WEALTH-Building Mortgages 101

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Naushy | 09 Nov 2012, 02:06 PM Agree 0
Do you know the difference between good debt and bad debt?
Would you like to buy at least 4 properties over the next 10 years?

I am a licensed mortgage agent and my goal is simple: [b][u]help you BUILD YOUR WEALTH[/u] through real estate[/b]. Let’s take this time to [b][u]MAJOR IN MAJOR THINGS[/u][/b] instead of what most people do which is major in minor things eg. clipping coupons to save money.

Contact me today to find out the secret to buying 4 properties within 10 years.

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  • griffin | 05 Nov 2013, 05:22 PM Agree 0
    There are two types of debts. borrowing money would not always a bad thing, as long as the borrower has the capacity to pay it back. Most likely, the reason why a person did it is because they can repay it or when in becomes worse.
  • littleflower | 18 Feb 2014, 05:58 AM Agree 0
    I absolutely agree with the previous commenter that borrowing money would not always a bad thing, as long as the borrower has the capacity to pay it back. Especially when it comes to buy-to-let schemes. When you purchase your [url=http://toronto.localmartca.com/]property and then rent[/url] it to earn some money to cover the mortgage. But before you decide to look for properties, you need to write down the cost of houses you are looking at and the rent you are likely to get. People also need to consider the location!
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