Hi There - I just joined this forum. As a way of introduction, I have owned a multi-family property for 14 years (bought it right out of college) and I have helped my family manage their vacation rentals in Cape Cod. After pretty paltry returns on our stocks the past few years, my husband and I had an a-ha moment that our rents from our multi-family have been more stable. So in short, we're looking for multifamily #2 to increase our cash flow. I thought I would start here to see if I could find an investor-friendly realtor in Central CT and also any advice for investment financing (we have 20% down) in this area. Thanks so much.
Any multifamily conventionally financed right now will need 25% down using Freddie/Fannie requirements.
I use Patrick Elderege from William Ravies and he's found me some good multi-families in Bridgeport.
Just be specific on your goals and you will get what you are looking for.
@Kerin Smollen I just sent you a colleague request and PM regarding your post. Look forward to connecting with you.
Welcome to BP!
Welcome to the Best Real Estate Site on the Net.
It is always nice to see another Ct., resident in the forums.
Click on the "learn tab" at the top of this page, and you could be spending many hours on the Information that is available.
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