However, due to rising interest rates that began in the late eighties, virtually all home loans issued since then contain a "due on sale" clause. This means that when ownership of a property is transferred, the lender can demand payment--in full--of the outstanding loan.
However, "due on sale" is merely a clause--not a law. It is the lender's prerogative whether or not to exercise this clause. If you buy a property and take over the loan payments, there is a distinct possibility that the lender won't even notice. There's an even greater chance that the lender will choose not to exercise the due on sale clause, as long as you make timely payments.
After all, the cost of enforcing the clause is significant, and as long as the lender is being paid, it is unlikely to care who signs the monthly checks. You can potentially buy properties without a credit check.
There are ways to profit from real estate without significant financial investment. That is not to say that success comes free and easy. At the very least, you will need to make a substantial investment in yourself. In order to succeed, you must be willing to work hard.
Even with a million dollar real estate portfolio, your brain will always be your #1 asset. Be sure to invest in your education on a daily basis and learn as much as possible about your local market, real estate law, and investment strategies.
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