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The 2% Rule In Real Estate

There are countless systems and processes investors implement on a daily basis to limit their exposure to risk. After all, what is a good investor, if not someone who can limit the potential downside of an investment? Consequently, there are a number of things new investors should be doing to place the odds in their favor with each and every deal, not the least of which includes the 2% rule. This simple (but effectiv …

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