No Cash or Credit Needed

If you are new to real estate investing, you may have heard about programs that say you can make money even if you have no credit. You may have read that you can become involved with real estate investing with no money down.

You may be skeptical that you can really do deals on properties worth $100,000 or more with no credit at all and no money down and make big profits. It does sound too good to be true, but we see it happening every day to people just like you.

You can become a successful real estate investor

People like you are successful in real estate investing and make enough money to leave their “regular” jobs. Many of these investors make high incomes and got started without credit and by putting together deals with no money down. These investors know that their ability to build win-win relationships that help all parties to a deal can be more profitable than simply having big credit lines or large cash reserves.

The fact is, even if you have no credit and no money to put down, you can start investing in real estate. Using low-risk strategies like flipping houses and lease options and taking “subject to” you can begin to generate strong profits without putting your own money or credit into a deal.

Start on the road to personal and financial freedom

Learn more how to get started with little or no money down and read the success stories of real people who earn excellent incomes through real estate investing without credit or putting money down.

And if you are ready to get started on the path to personal and financial freedom, visit our online store where you can choose from books and courses that are the very best available to teach you the secrets of investing in real estate without credit and without putting your own money down.

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About the Author:

J.P. Vaughan

j.p. vaughanJ. P. Vaughan was the co-founder and Publisher of Creative Real Estate Online. She wrote the book How to Buy Your Dream House for 1/2 Price (Quantum Publications 1994, out of print). J.P. was also an attorney who practiced law in Michigan until she started investing in real estate full time in 1988.

J.P. passed away in October 2015 after a long battle with ovarian cancer.