If you had $100,000???

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I could easily buy 10-12 existing rentals for $400,000. $100K is 25% down. Each rents for no less than $600 at the purchase and I would increase most of those over the next 12 months. Send me your $100K and I will pay you 8% fixed APR for 3 years, then sell or refi you out of the deal.

1 - Flip the cash 10 times at 15% profit, reinvesting the profits each time ~ $400k plus.

2 - Continue to flip the $400k at 15% profit, but invest the profit ONLY in NNN commercial properties.

3 - Continue to flip the same $400k, over and over again, repeating the profits until your arm gets tired.

4 - Continue to buy NNN commercial properties with the profits ONLY.

5 - When tired, cash in all of the $400k into a NNN.

6 - In the end, you will have an unlimited number of properties you can buy, without spending a dime during the entire process.

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@Jim K.   Subway sandwhich shop. friend of mine owns 3.. they take about 100 to 125k.. and they make about 50k net a year until subway is paid off then they make about 100k NET a year.. far better than rental real estate. 

@Jay Hinrichs

Financial freedom one footlong at a time...pushing bread to prosperity and beyond...the cold cut combo shortcut to cold hard cash...thanks, I'm here all week.

Originally posted by @Jim K. :

@Jay Hinrichs

Financial freedom one footlong at a time...pushing bread to prosperity and beyond...the cold cut combo shortcut to cold hard cash...thanks, I'm here all week.

you just get to your tenant before he / she moves into your C D class rental.. I mean that's were they work right.. so have them make your sandwiches and rent your low end houses. Double dip as it where.  

@John Matthew Johnston With 100k, I'd open either a Subway Franchise or buy another FedEx Route. That's a good amount to buy a good business once you have high income then you can jump into better A B class rentals. My buddy owns a subway and it does well! Despite all of the competition and Jateds legal issues, people still love their sandwhich! I own a FedEx route and it does great, your biggest struggle would he retaining drivers and finding people with squeaky clean records and pass drug tests which is a little tough since we are a pot friendly state haha. Best of luck!
Originally posted by @Dustin Hood :

@Joe Villeneuve I like your idea. Where’d you get $400k by flipping 10 times at 15%?

And also you said reinvest the profits...reinvest to what?

Thank you!

 Compounding effect.  For the first 10 flips, you reinvest the profits back into the seed money (originally $100k) and it should grow to $400k (new seed money).  Then continue to flip the seed money (now $400k), but don't reinvest the profits...instead, spend them on bills and/or buying cash flow properties.  Since you will not be spending (one time use) your seed money ($400k)...you keep trying, but you keep getting it back "with friends (the 15% profit)"...you will be generating new profits with every flip.

Originally posted by @John Matthew Johnston :

If you had $100,000, no debt, no investments and the knowledge you have now, what would you do with it???

 I'd use it to promote whirled peas

Only if the 100k comes with the experience and knowledge I have now would I use that money.  If I didn't have that experience/knowledge I would pretend I didn't have it and learn to make it in this business on 10k or less.  Once you can do that, you will know exactly what to do with the 100k.

Originally posted by Account Closed:
Originally posted by @John Matthew Johnston:

If you had $100,000, no debt, no investments and the knowledge you have now, what would you do with it???

 I'd use it to promote whirled peas

 If you whirl peas too much, doesn't that eventually turn into baby food?

Originally posted by @Ian Walsh :

Only if the 100k comes with the experience and knowledge I have now would I use that money.  If I didn't have that experience/knowledge I would pretend I didn't have it and learn to make it in this business on 10k or less.  Once you can do that, you will know exactly what to do with the 100k.

 I like this answer, except I think too many people that would be in the position of having that $100k with NO experience, would just spend it.

I'd thoroughly research whether Real Estate is something you'd want to dabble in... maybe get yourself some experience by going for a partnership to get yourself into things to learn the ropes for a flip, a BRRRR, a rental. Then once you have confidence, jump in if you're wanting to be in the game.