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It depends on a few factors. If the investment property is considered a "residential" property you are most likely looking at 20% down. In PA for example, anything over 4 units is considered "commercial". Even if it houses only residents. This is now requiring about 30% down. It's best to interview an agent in your area that is familiar with investing. A great tool for investors is also a 1031 exchange, it allows you to invest your full dollar amount on a new similar property by rolling your proceeds into the new property without paying taxes. Again, I would recommend sitting down with an experienced agent and design a plan that meets your financial goals and a clear plan to get there.
Most lenders require 20% down on investmet properties.
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