I'm looking to settle down (a bit) and keep growing. I found out about a rental property for sale where I want to live, and am now interested in learning how to finance it and maintain it as a profitable investment. I'm particularly excited because it's a good price in the right area and is already mostly rented :) seems like such a great place to start!
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1st thing I would do is contact some local banks, start with the one you currently bank at and look into getting pre approved for a mortgage.
I bank with USAA and NavyFed. . .oops. I used to have SunTrust in college. Any opinions?
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