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The first thing you need to look at is the Cap rate:
Capitalization rate (or "cap rate") is the ratio between the net operating income produced by the property and the price you will pay to buy the property or alternatively its current market value.
Also look into the following:
The quality of the neighborhood in which you buy will influence both the types of tenants you attract and how often you face vacancies.
Property taxes are not standard across the board and, as an investor planning to make money from rent, you want to be aware of how much you will be losing to taxes.
Your tenants may have or be planning to have children, so they will need a place near a decent school.
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