Real Estate Investing Via the Live-In Flip:  Pros & Cons

The world of real estate investing can be intimidating.

Flipping houses and buy-and-hold rentals are two ways to invest in real estate.

The live-in flip could be a good option if you don't want to own two houses at once.

Here are some pros and cons of the live-in flip to decide if this option is right for you.

Pro:  Lower interest rates on the mortgage and less down payment money needed.

Pro:  You won't have to pay capital gains tax if you lived in the home for 2 of the prior 5 years before selling.

Con:  Your home will be a construction zone.

Con:  The housing market could tank.

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