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Thanks for the links!

Robert Kiyosaki...advocates non-traditional styles of investing such as tax lien certificates and buying property with zero downpayment and then renting it out.

I thought you could only buy property with zero down if you met certain criteria, one of which is that you must be occupying the building. And even if this isn't a stipulation for zero down, why wouldn't you want to put down at least 20%? You're still able to charge the same rent, save money by not paying PMI, take advantage of depreciation by renting, and with equity, pay less interest, and have more borrowing power.

What am I missing?
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