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The BRRRR strategy is one of the best-known ways to build a large real-estate portfolio with little to no money. Here are 5 of its risks to be aware of, according to 3 investors who say they used...

The BRRRR strategy is one of the best-known ways to build a large real-estate portfolio with little to no money. Here are 5 of its risks to be aware of, according to 3 investors who say they used...
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BRRRR is a real-estate investing strategy that stands for buy, rehab, rent, refinance, repeat.




Many have used it to gain financial independence.




Three experts on the strategy say there can be downsides when executing it.


If you're plugged into the real-estate-podcast scene, you've almost definitely heard the term "BRRRR" a?? short for buy, rehab, rent, refinance, repeat.A The strategy a?? in which investors employ cash-out refinancing on a property they already own to purchase new ones a?? has allowed tons of people to scale their real-estate portfolios without sinking too much, or any, of their own money into the homes. It's enabled many earning a modest living to build the kind of wealth that allows for financial independence.There are seemingly countless examples of individual investors who have executed the BRRRR method successfully. Insider has profiled a few, including Kumar Sadaram, Joe Asamoah, and Quentin D'Souza.But does the method have any potential downsides? Of course, as is true for any investing strategy.
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