What is Cash Flow? 

Cash flow refers to the movement of money into and out of a business or investment. In real estate investing, cash flow is achieved when the income generated from the property (rental income) is greater than the expenses associated with owning and maintaining the property (mortgage payments, property taxes, insurance, repairs, etc.).

To achieve cash flow through real estate investing, an investor needs to focus on properties that have a high potential for generating income. This could involve choosing properties in high demand areas with a strong rental market, or investing in properties with multiple units to maximize rental income.

Additionally, an investor can achieve cash flow by negotiating favorable terms on a mortgage or by purchasing a property below market value and making improvements to increase its value and rental income potential.

It is important for an investor to carefully consider the potential for cash flow before making any real estate investment, as a property that does not generate sufficient income can be a financial burden rather than a profitable investment.

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