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    A hypothetical amount.... It's not a lot, but I cant help wondering how the savvy property investors here will use $200k cash to grow. Anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nestor
    A hypothetical amount.... It's not a lot, but I cant help wondering how the savvy property investors here will use $200k cash to grow. Anyone?
    too little to fry ppty

    used tat to fry stocks still got chance to make it big ....nid to leverage perhaps X5 at least

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    go casino show hand!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nestor
    A hypothetical amount.... It's not a lot, but I cant help wondering how the savvy property investors here will use $200k cash to grow. Anyone?
    wait for TOTO big big ... whack 10,000 quick pick

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    buy 20 lots keppel corp for medium to long term.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    too little to fry ppty

    used tat to fry stocks still got chance to make it big ....nid to leverage perhaps X5 at least
    Minimum of 1 million needed to start? What about those 700-800 properties and using that as downpayment for a start?

    Please pardon the noob question...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nestor
    Minimum of 1 million needed to start? What about those 700-800 properties and using that as downpayment for a start?

    Please pardon the noob question...
    for investment grade residential properties, $700-$800k would probably only get you a studio apartment in the prime and city areas.

    if you're looking for massive return on your $200k, now is probably not a good time to get into investment property as there seems to be very little meat left for short term profits (2, 3 years window).

    if you're thinking about non-prime suburban properties, these are not usually considered good for investment as supply is healthy and demand may go soft once immigrants stop coming in and when another crisis hits the "sandwich class" who make up the majority of buyers and owners in this class, for example job cuts and pay cuts.

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    $200k isn't a lot, but it's a fair savings amount for a typical middle class family in their 30s. i would save the money as a buffer/contingency, and not worry too much

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    get massive returns on your ego and lifestyle by committing to an Audi or BMW convertible

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    buy 20 lots of Hang Seng Index

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