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eBook Making Big Money Investing in Foreclosures: Without Cash or Credit ePub

by Peter Conti

eBook Making Big Money Investing in Foreclosures: Without Cash or Credit ePub
Author: Peter Conti
Language: English
ISBN: 0793173655
ISBN13: 978-0793173655
Publisher: Kaplan Business; First Edition edition (August 15, 2003)
Pages: 256
Category: Real Estate
Subcategory: Perfomance
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 616
Formats: rtf txt mbr lrf
ePub file: 1812 kb
Fb2 file: 1596 kb

The key to making money in real estate is finding motivated sellers. Financial trouble is often the single biggest motivator

The key to making money in real estate is finding motivated sellers.

In 2003, I co-authored the original award-winning Making Big Money Investing in Foreclosures without . Read Peter's Making Big Money in Foreclosures and study your area and market. Then find ways to hang out with other winners like those you'd finding the Mentor Family.

Since then, so many people from around the world have told me how investing in Foreclosures has changed their lives.

The key to making money in real estate is finding motivated sellers. Financial trouble is often the single biggest motivator

The key to making money in real estate is finding motivated sellers. Financial trouble is often the single biggest motivator. From finding properties in foreclosure, to negotiating with sellers in financial distress, to reselling the properties to realize healthy profits, this is a comprehensive money-making guide. The book shows real estate investors how to: understand th The key to making money in real estate is finding motivated sellers. Lists with This Book.

I read Peter’s book on investing in foreclosures . I attended the Ultimate Investors Bootcamp training with The Success Team in Denver in May 2006. You, the reader, can be thanked for the success of this book.

Three Biggest Myths about Investing in Foreclosures A ll of our lives, well-intentioned people have stated reason after reason why we can’t or shouldn’t make money investing in foreclosures. But what they told you was only half-true and fully misleading. Myth It Takes Money to Make Money There you are, sitting in your family’s dining room after enjoying a full holiday meal

From finding properties in foreclosure to negotiating with sellers in financial distress to reselling the properties to realize healthy profits, Making Big Money Investing in Foreclosures is a comprehensive money-making guide

From finding properties in foreclosure to negotiating with sellers in financial distress to reselling the properties to realize healthy profits, Making Big Money Investing in Foreclosures is a comprehensive money-making guide. The book also gives the reader the bottom line negotiating skills they’ll need to get the seller to agree to the deal. And finally, the book shows readers.

A great book for new investors to read before getting started in foreclosures. The book gives ideas for finding motivated sellers and structuring deals.

Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 12 years ago. A great book for new investors to read before getting started in foreclosures. A step by step action plan once you find a good property.

Published 2003 by Dearborn Trade Publishing in Chicago.

Life can be tough for real estate professionals these days. Even with interest rates at historically low levels, the uncertain economy makes homeowners hesitant to relocate or trade up. There just aren't that many clients out there, and the few who exist generate fierce competition. In fact, it seems the single ""hot area"" is foreclosures. But that's not necessarily bad news.

Conti and Finkel's book is a good ""crash course"" for real estate brokers and agents wanting to understand this area and explains the intricacies involved in funding investment deals, using various buying/closing methods and employing exit strategies. Thanks to the book as well as workshops and seminars offered by the two authors, thousands of people each year learn the art of lucrative real estate investing.

Quellik
Awesome advice...

Margo Powell-Reid
Author of, Fatherlessness...The Wound!
Shliffiana
I love it
lucky kitten
The only other Real Estate Investing Book I've found in the last four years was their 3rd book in this series. WOW
Blackworm
Peter Conti is the go-to man when it comes to real estate investing. I have followed him for over a decade and made alot of money doing what he tells me to do. He is a great teacher!
Thorgaginn
I bought this book thinking that it would provide details of how to go about starting the real estate investing progress. As other reviewer's have noted, this book does have a strong "cheerleading" tone to it without providing much specific information. I am interested in buying a house or two to fix up and sell, not quit my job and start this full time. I found the tactics they mentioned to be downright predatory; for example, getting mail carriers and landscapers to "scope out" neighborhoods to see which homes are receiving lots of certified mail, a sure sign that they might be in financial trouble. There are slick sales scripts that would befit any sleazy used car dealer. They are little verbal sales tricks to get people to trust you; making them feel like it's them against the big bad bankers and that only you can help. It is all under the guise that you are helping people with their financial troubles, when really it's more like a vulture looking for an opportunity. There is no way I am going door to door inquiring about a lost dog just so I can try to start a conversation with someone aabout their personal financial situation in an attempt to buy their house out from under them. This is a book for a good,fast sales person with big ambitions, not just your average homeowner or small time investor.
Llallayue
How to get the most money for your property. This topic, worthy of a book, gets a couple of pages which are platitudes. This is the second book of his I've read recently in which he talks about determining the market price. The approach he advocates will result in a variance with the market of 40%, if not more. And, he lumps apartment buildings in with houses as if they were valued the same way. Of course, they are not.

On the plus side, in this book he recognizes that people do tend to get legal advice before signing a contract. He tells you how to diffuse the lawyer's criticism before it happens.

During my years as an apartment broker, I dealt with more than a few lawyers, including clients. Maybe his approach will work, but I'd think not.

This is another feel-good, cheerleading book. Rich Dad, Poor Dad does a better job of cheerleading, but has even less substance than this lightweight work.

Once again, the author has silly sales techniques that don't work. Once again, let me point you to the best writer in sales: Neil Rackham.

Spare yourself time, money and effort. Pass on everything David Finkel writes or promotes (as I shall hereafter).
LONUDOG
I find that the works of Conti and Finkel take into account the position of the troubled seller and how to find the solution to there problems. There compassion is what sets them apart from all the gurus out there.
This book uses some examples and material from there previous books, however majority of the book is new information that keeps you hungry. I started reading this on the September 22nd and completed it this evening. Very difficult to put this book down.
What is also very impressive is they provide a webpack where you can find out about all the forclosure laws in your state, hours of audio, and access to their RE Investment group and forums where you can go for free advice.
Since registering with them, I have started to receive there newsletter which has had some great tips so far, I can not wait to get more of them.
I had run across my first pre-forclosure deal and needed to get a basic understanding of the steps and processes. Peter and David's book provided that wonderfully. I was able to use the steps and scripts to sign up a deal, provide help to a stressed-out seller and reach the proper department at the lender. The suggestions of how to talk to both the seller and the lender have been very helpful with dealing with the human side of things. I felt very comfortable with the style and the seller has been very appreciative. I didn't feel manipulative at all.
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