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Market Update

Filed in General by on October 20, 2014 0 Comments
Market Update

There was some mixed news over the last month.  Mostly positive but, or course, there are some who think that our next crash is eminent.   I lean on the positive side of things, especially after reading that consumer confidence continues to rise.  This index is based on a survey, which is not always accurate, but […]

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Can you do what others can’t?

Filed in General by on October 8, 2014 0 Comments
Can you do what others can’t?

“I can’t find deals!” In almost every live class we do I hear the same thing. My response is typically… “Well, where are you looking?” Of course their response is almost always the same.  It is like I know their answer before I even ask the question.  The same people that are complaining about the […]

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What are you Asking Yourself?

Filed in General by on September 25, 2014 0 Comments
What are you Asking Yourself?

You are where you are today partly because of the questions you ask yourself.  Your success is determined by many things, taking action being at the top of the list. Before you can take action though, you need to think about what action to take.  The questions you ask yourself lead to your actions; so […]

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Market Update

Filed in General by on September 19, 2014 0 Comments
Market Update

This was a very interesting month because one economist got quite of bit of attention for his opinion, which is not shared by most economists; this is probably what created the stir.  That opinion is that the mortgage market is heading for another crash.  Richard Bove, an economist at Rafferty Capital Markets, suggests that we […]

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Navigating Regulations with Owner Financing

Filed in General by on September 12, 2014 0 Comments
Navigating Regulations with Owner Financing

Last month I did a presentation in Minnesota teaching investors how to purchase property using the subject-to method.  This method is simply taking title to a house without paying off the current loan. You are essentially informally taking over the loan.  There are a lot of advantages to this method, which we talked about in […]

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