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That's hard to do in Manhattan. Property's just not that cheap in Manhattan," he said. Lilly advised trying to obtain the most you can in a loan from a bank, adding that most lending establishments require investors to put at least 20% of their own money down on a property up front. Famularo said lenders also want investors to have a source of income so they know mortgages will get paid, and that he's seen them ask for 25% to 30% down payments from those who have good credit, and up to 50% from those who do not. Where to look Our experts advised starting with the outer boroughs before investing in Manhattan, especially if you don't have a big bankroll.
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It might turn out to have been a pricey moment to get in. But unless your time horizon is less than a year, the cost and risk of waiting it out are enormous in comparison. A year passes, then two. Market rise and fall but never convincingly bottom in your mind. So you stay out and wait for the right moment to get in cheaply.
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Investing When Everything Seems Expensive
The stock market's recent move September 21, 2013 Things appear quite rosy in the U.S. equity markets. Nasdaq is on a roll and the Dow recently made intraday highs (more on this in a moment). Wednesday, September 18th was a particularly interesting day. The... Dow Jones Industrials break down August 25, 2013 Back on August 4th, I discussed the current state of the Dow Jones Industrials (DJI) and the signs of a fracturing market. Specifically I mentioned:Failing to close above the May 22nd high illustrated market hesitation.The Dow Jones... The MoneyShow San Francisco - Review August 19, 2013 The MoneyShow is guided by the belief that "knowledge is power". It would be difficult to argue with that statement at face value and with the knowledge value the show provides its attendees. Whatever your investing... The MoneyShow San Francisco - Chuck Butler August 19, 2013 Chuck Butler, President of Everbank World Markets delivered a very impassioned presentation entitled, Chuck Butlers views on solving the debt crisis. Chuck is the editor of an Everbank web site called the Daily Pfennig... The MoneyShow San Francisco - Frank Trotter August 19, 2013 Frank Trotter, President of Everbank Direct had to contend with a fast stopwatch during his morning presentation since his time slot was curtailed. Despite the abbreviated time, Chuck did a nice job of delivering his message. His presentation...
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