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Using Rent to Own as an Exit Strategy

Filed in Fix and Flip, General by on November 1, 2016 1 Comment
Using Rent to Own as an Exit Strategy

As we hit the colder months real estate investors are starting to get anxious about the properties they have on the market.  With this anxiety comes alternative strategies to liquidate inventory.  One of the most popular is ‘rent to own’.   Rent to own is a great exit strategy if done correctly.  Here are three reasons […]

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How A Wholesaler Can Break Your Rehabbing Business

Filed in Fix and Flip, General by on October 17, 2016 0 Comments
How A Wholesaler Can Break Your Rehabbing Business

I love wholesalers and purchase most of my properties from them.  For me, the idea of paying someone to bring a deal that I know I can buy is very attractive.  When you buy from a wholesaler, you know what you are getting.  This is very different from making offers on foreclosures, short sales or […]

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Hard Money Questions and Answers

Filed in Fix and Flip, General by on May 2, 2013 6 Comments
Hard Money Questions and Answers

Have questions about Hard Money? Check out this video that walks you through the top questions asked of hard money lenders including: how much will my payment be, how much money will I need at closing, and how do you qualify.

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Travis Speaks at our Last ISS About Hard Money

Filed in Fix and Flip, No Money Down by on October 29, 2012 0 Comments
Travis Speaks at our Last ISS About Hard Money

Travis gives a presentation at one of our first Investor Success Summits about hard money loans.  That was a great Summit but wow has our Success Summit has come a long way.  Get more information about our Semiannual event Semiannual Real Estate Investor Success Summit.  We are told that this is the best event in Denver and who […]

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Selecting a Contractor

Filed in Fix and Flip, General by on September 20, 2012 0 Comments
Selecting a Contractor

Written by: Justin Walker – Happy Canyon Group There are three things every real estate investor needs in their arsenal: money, deals, and a good contractor (there are probably others, but these are key). Good contractors make life much easier. All too often people – myself included – don’t like the idea of hiring or […]

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