Flipping Houses for Rookies
Most get going in real estate investing while working a job or creating income somewhere else. So the system they use to learn real estate must work around this income producer until it can replace those earnings. You CAN’T and shouldn’t quit your current income source until you can replace it with something better … And The “new” Income Must Be Dependable! … In this podcast series you will get procedures like: *** Finding the money for deals *** Sandwich Lease Option Transfers (SLOT deals) *** How to buy with Options *** How to do Lease Option deals *** Doing “Subject To” deals *** *** Getting the Deed deals *** Wholesaling *** Seller Financing *** How to get prepared to buy & sell houses *** Deal hunting *** How to survive sellers calling you *** Making offers in the house and avoid investor’s fatigue *** How to close deals correctly so there is very little risk *** Once you close, what you need to do *** The “nitty-gritty” on selling houses fast so you get paid … Plus we have lots of free stuff to assist you when working on your Flipping Houses new income source so it becomes reliable & dependable! Only thing you need to do is to spend some time with Bill & Pete … in these weekly podcast … and soon you will have BIG CHECKS too! So enjoy …
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