Real Estate Investor's Guide to - Flipping Bank Owned Properties: How to Wholesale REO's for Maximum Profit

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Want to make money in real estate with no money and no experience?
A lot has changed in the last year in real estate investment. I've released this 2013 edition because the market is moving so fast and what worked last year won't necessarily work this year. The investors that stay on top of what works RIGHT NOW are ultimately the most successful.
This book is designed to show you how to build wealth and freedom through real estate; how to take advantage of the best real estate market that we will see in our lifetime; how to use real estate to create the life of your dreams.
Learn how to:
-buy bank owned property then quickly sell for a profit with little or no money
-identify the best properties in a given area and buy them for pennies on the dollar
-assess the value of a property in seconds
-create solid relationships with REO brokers, banks, and lending institutions that will bring you killer deals on an ongoing basis
-write contracts and make offers the right way
perform a "double-close"
-create a loyal list of buyers that will crave your properties
-quit your job and become a full-time Real Estate investing entrepreneur in weeks (not years!)
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Matt & Lindsay Andrews are successful Real Estate Entrepreneurs that have bought, sold, renovated, and rented hundreds of properties. They have achieved freedom through real estate and show you how to do the same thing. Below is a message from Matt Andrews: "If you spend $0.99 on this book - Congratulations, you made a good choice. This book will teach you the insider secrets of investing in bank owned real estate. I'm giving it away because I believe that helping people, helps me. These are underground tactics that most people will never know about, but a small group of savvy investors have used these techniques to quietly amass great wealth and financial freedom. Right now, these deals are going on all around and you don't know anything about them; not yet at least. Essentially, what I am going to teach you in this book is how to become a Real Estate Investing "Jedi." The focus here is on practical knowledge that you can use right now. These are not theories, not outdated methods, not simply "good ideas." These are the real methods that I am using right now on a day-to-day basis. This is ultra-effective, real time strategy that you can put to use right now! You won't find much fluff or filler in this book. I don't beat around the bush and I don't throw in a bunch of useless information to beef up the page count. I think the shortest distance between 2 points is a straight line. The style of this book reflects that belief. I may step on your toes or "rub you the wrong way" with some of the things I say. Get over it. It's not about you and your feelings. This is about business, making money, and achieving freedom. And it's something you need to fight for. Start now and make it happen. Welcome to the world of Real Estate Investment!

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Feb 21, 2013
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50
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Business & Economics / Real Estate / General
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