Investors, flipping homes are back, with a vengeance. With prices rising, a shortage of inventory, and an excess supply of cash looking to invest – the time has never been better for new investors to find and flip their deals for fast pay days – to the tune of $43,739 average profit per flip. Earlier… Read Article »
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Investors, flipping homes are back, with a vengeance. With prices rising, a shortage of inventory, and an excess supply of cash looking to invest –...
Do you want to get into real estate investing but don’t want to manage a rehab to “fix and flip” a property? Are you stuck...
Part of becoming a new real estate investor is getting comfortable with being persistent in the pre-foreclosure market: cold calling, door knocking, checking up on...
Do you want to get into real estate investing but don’t want to manage a rehab to “fix and flip” a property? Are you stuck with sellers and lenders saying NO? You have to learn how to STRUCTURE your deals the right way so they say YES. Successful foreclosure investors just like you, from all… Read Article »
Part of becoming a new real estate investor is getting comfortable with being persistent in the pre-foreclosure market: cold calling, door knocking, checking up on a homeowner, and just getting your foot in the door with conversations. Today’s Deals are NOT Listed with a Realtor Chasing deals controlled by agents using the MLS (multiple listing… Read Article »
A new report by Altos Research “Rents and the Housing Recovery” confirms this housing market recovery is real. However, not only are home prices rising, but rents are rising too. This may seem strange to you as typically housing prices and rents move in opposite directions. When the housing market is soft, homeowners move into… Read Article »
The March 2013 National Association of Realtors Existing Home Sales report is in – confirming the housing rebound is real and gaining steam. Prices are up now for the 13th consecutive month (year-over-year increases) and sales above last year’s levels for 21 consecutive months. If you’ve been thinking about investing in real estate or foreclosures,… Read Article »
Successful stories from my graduates really make my day. Hearing how ordinary people got interested in foreclosure investing, found me and got their first deal – inspires me to help others do the same. I do not share these stories enough and plan to share more client success stories with you regularly. Let’s take a… Read Article »
Expert real estate consultant and economist John Burns recently discussed the BLS (Bureau of Labor Statistics) data. I find it interesting that NOBODY is talking about this and had to share it with you… We all know that a good jobs market equals a good housing market. When you look at the month-to-month estimates (which… Read Article »
March foreclosure numbers are in and once again, the total foreclosure filings nationwide are down 1% month over month and down 23% year over year. Investors who have the right strategy for their local markets, will know how to find the hidden deals and lock in a 15% profit for themselve every time. Here are… Read Article »
My successful students and graduates keep me going. The stories of their triumphs fuel my quest to find the hot tips, tricks and techniques that make my training programs unique. I do not share these stories enough here and will work in to share them more regularly. One of my students I am extremely proud of is Randy… Read Article »
Are you getting blown away by unmotivated foreclosure sellers or their agents? Successful Foreclosure Investors know how to ask the right questions and get to the sellers truth – so they can find the leverage they need to get their wholesale price approved and deal closed. Wannabe Foreclosure Investors are swatted away with half truths… Read Article »
Foreclosures Listings Continue to Drop The first quarter of foreclosure listing notices are now in. The market continues to get hotter for foreclosure investors. For sale inventory continues to drop, and prices continues to rise. Many investors have been waiting for the backlog of foreclosures to open (it has not). Instead we have seen a… Read Article »