Archive for April, 2016

Wed, April 27th @ 7PM on GoToWebinar
The Brand New…
Beginning Investors Group Online
AKA “The Big O!”
How to Get Started Investing in Real Estate!
with Don DeRosa on April 27th

Beginning Investors Group Online (The BIG O)The Beginning Investors Group Online (The “Big O” or BIGO) is an new online educational group that currently meets on the 4th Wednesday at 7PM ET for new investors who are just getting started in real estate investing as well as “new again” real estate investors who’ve taken a few years off and are looking to get back in the game.

We will be bringing in local and national real estate experts to teach new investors how to survive and thrive in our ever changing economy and real estate market. The entire purpose of this group is to help new investors get their first deal and help new again investors get their next deal.

Don DeRosaDon DeRosa will help us kick off our first meeting of the Beginning Investors Group Online on Wednesday, April 27th at 7:00PM ET. Don is a full-time, active real estate investor, mentor and trainer who specializes in all types of real estate investing such as wholesaling, creative financing on pretty house deals, rehabbing and retailing, rentals, short sales, foreclosures, new construction, private lending and much, much more. Join Don at BIG Online as he teaches you the quickest and easiest way to get started in the real estate investing business with limited time and funds.

TO ATTEND ONLINE: To attend the Beginning Investors Group Online via your PC, smart phone or tablet, Register Here for the Meeting on GoToWebinar.com and you will be emailed login instructions for the event.

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Webinar Replay

How to Make a Flipping Fortune Wholesaling Crappy Houses
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with Don DeRosa

Don DeRosaDon DeRosa is a part time real estate investor trainer and mentor and full-time real estate investor who actively buys, sells and holds properties each month for fun, profit and long term cash flow.

The topic of our next webinar is “Wholesaling Houses” which is the business of buying houses in need of major repairs at really low prices and selling them to other “fix and flip” or “buy and hold” investors at wholesale prices. In other words, finding bargains for bargain hunters.

Wholesaling is a great strategy for making quick cash with very low risk and without using any of your own cash, income or credit. Because of this, wholesaling real estate is one of the quickest and easiest ways to get started investing in real estate because anyone can do it with a little training and effort.

If you want to learn more about Wholesaling, watch this Webinar Replay we recorded live with Don DeRosa on April 13th, 2016 where he shared the Wholesaling Strategies you need to succeed and take you step-by-step through the entire wholesale process.

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Thurs, April 14th at 6PM @ Doubletree Suites Tampa Bay
Tampa REIA – April 14th
at the Doubletree Suites Tampa Bay
How to Make Impossible Deals Possible!
with Special Guest Speakers,
Bill Cook & Pete Fortunato

Tampa REIA Members Can Attend for FREE.
Guests Can RSVP Online Now for $15 or Pay $20 at the Door.

Bill CookPete FortunatoReal Estate Investors have four basic questions:

  1. How to find it?
  2. How to fund it?
  3. How to structure it?
  4. Then what to do with it?

Join us at the Tampa REIA Main Meeting on Thursday, April 14th at 6PM where real estate experts Bill Cook and Pete Fortunato will be there to help answer those questions. The meeting will take place at the Doubletree Suites Tampa Bay located at 3050 North Rocky Point Dr West in Tampa, FL.

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This won’t be some theory meeting. It will be ALL meat-and-potatoes information – one creatively constructed real-world deal after another!

You’ll see deals that Pete and Bill have done without borrowing from a bank. You’ll watch the fastest, cheapest and most effective way to get face-to-face with sellers. You’ll find out what to “say” to sellers at the kitchen table. You’ll learn the best and safest way to stick your toe in the water.

Together, Pete and Bill have been investing in real estate for more than 70 years. Both are masters at meeting with sellers and creatively constructing win-win deals.

If you want to find out what real estate investing is truly like – how deals really get done – then this is your gotta-be-there meeting!!!

All this is happening at the Tampa REIA Main Meeting on Thursday, April 14th at 6PM at the Doubletree Suites Tampa Bay located at 3050 North Rocky Point Dr West in Tampa, FL. We are looking forward to seeing you at the meeting!

And then, if that is not enough, Bill will be back on Saturday to teach you all day about creatively structuring deals and talking about “What Box???” You will not want to miss either of these information packed meetings!

As always, Tampa REIA Members can attend the event at no charge and Non-Members can Register Online for $15 or pay $20 at the door. Be sure to bring your business cards and flyers and join us for an evening of real estate deals, vendors, networking, education and fun! See you there!

5 Days & 4 Nights in CancunWIN A 4 NIGHT STAY IN CANCUN: All participants who attend the Tampa REIA Meeting will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a *Complimentary 5 Day, 4 Night Stay in Cancun! *You must be present at the meeting to win. Giveaway does not include dining, transportation, transfers, taxes, upgrades, etc.

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*Meeting Agenda
6:00 PM: Tampa REIA Meeting in Tampa
6:15 PM: Announcements, Introductions, Haves & Wants
7:30 PM: Main Presentation with Bill Cook & Pete Fortunato
9:30 PM: Late Night Networking at Whiskey Joe’s Bar & Grill

*Please Note: Meeting agenda is subject to change.

Late Night Networking at Whiskey Joe’s Bar & Grill

Whiskey Joe's Bar & Grill Tampa FloridaAfter the conclusion of the Tampa REIA Main Meeting (around 9:30PM), we will be reconvening at Whiskey Joe’s Bar & Grill located at 7720 West Courtney Campbell Causeway in Tampa for the “Meeting after the Meeting”. Come eat, drink, network and have fun with us as hang out late into the night on Tampa Bay!

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Sat, April 16th – Tampa, FL
What Box???
A Full Day Creative Real Estate Investing Workshop with Bill Cook
April 16th from 9AM-5PM
Doubletree Suites Tampa Bay
3050 N Rocky Point Dr W, Tampa, FL

Bill CookReal Estate Investors in the know, understand that to be successful, it’s NOT about working outside the box. It’s realizing that THERE IS NO BOX!

Be sure to join us on Saturday, April 16th at 9AM at the DoubleTree Suites Tampa Bay at 3050 N Rocky Point Dr W in Tampa, FL for a Full Day Workshop with Creative Real Estate Expert, Bill Cook. At the Workshop, Bill is going to help you think through deals that seem impossible and show you how all deals are possible!

This nothing-else-like-it seminar was born with a phone call. Bill Cook was working a deal that had six moving parts. Trying to simplify his offer, Bill called his good friend Pete Fortunato. Pete helped Bill construct an offer that reduced the moving parts from six down to two. The seller accepted Bill’s offer!

Afterward, Bill wrote a newspaper column titled: Pete Fortunato – The Greatest Outside The Box Thinker. When Pete read Bill’s article, he sent him a two-word email. All it said was: What Box?

The lesson: All deals are possible – There is no box!

An investor’s two most powerful tools are curiosity and imagination. If kept in a box, both will die! To thrive, your curiosity and imagination must be allowed to run free so they can creatively construct and fund win-win deals.

Remember: Deals aren’t found. Opportunities are found. Deals are constructed!

One of the biggest problems investors face is trying to put together deals using boilerplate thinking and boilerplate documents. Sadly – for most investors – if the square peg isn’t fitting in the round hole, they give up on the deal. Their inside-the-box thinking keeps them from achieving the huge success that’s right at their fingertips!

Attend this event and get these all-important questions answered:

  • How do you make impossible deals possible?
  • How do you creatively construct and fund win-win deals without going to banks?
  • What’s the fastest, cheapest and most effective way to get face-to-face with sellers?
  • What are the most important questions to ask a seller?
  • What’s the most important thing you see at a seller’s home?
  • Why do sellers NOT want cash?
  • Why do single-family homes make the best rentals?
  • How can you get an 80% yield from a mobile home?
  • Why is the deal after the deal so important to future wealth!
  • What types of deals are working in today’s market?
  • Why is real estate investing a team sport?

Get all this for a mere $49 per person for Gold Members, $69 per person for Silver Members & $99 per person for Non-Members and Guests.

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PLEASE NOTE: Workshop prices will increase to $69/person for Gold Members, $89/person for Silver Members and $129/person for Non-Members and guests after early registration expires, so register now and save!

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The Profit April 2016 Edition

Posted on April 13, 2016 by
The Profit Newsletter for Tampa REIA April 2016
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The Profit - April 2016 - High Quality PDFThe April 2016 edition of The Profit Newsletter is now available for download as a High Quality PDF (print quality) or Low Res PDF for mobile devices. The Profit Newsletter is the official newsletter of the Tampa Real Estate Investors Alliance and is a digital, interactive newsletter for serious real estate investors delivered as an Adobe PDF file to read on your computer, tablet, or smart phone with a PDF reader. Many of the articles and ads in The Profit contain hyperlinks you can click to get more information online. The high res version of The Profit is “print ready”while the low res version may load faster on your mobile device. Also, be sure to Subscribe to The Profit so you don’t miss a single monthly issue.

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You Bought the House…Now What?

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When Kim and I were baby real estate investors, we were totally focused on buying our first investment property.   Then one day it actually happened!  I remember leaving the closing attorney’s office feeling pumped up.  When we got in the car, Kim asked, “Now what?”

Now what, indeed!  I hadn’t given that part of the equation much thought.  This happens to a lot of new real estate investors.  So once you buy a house, what do you do next?

To answer this question, let’s look at three properties we worked on recently. 

The first is 337 Rail Drive in Adairsville, Georgia.  Kim bought this house at the November 2015 foreclosure auction.  From the start, it was a flip.  In other words, we bought this property to resell quickly.  We’re flipping this home because we need to replenish our cash reserves.

Shortly after purchase, Kim had the property trashed out.  Because our contractors were tied up rehabbing Akin Drive, she elected to delay doing the extensive repair work Rail Drive needed.  Instead, she offered it at a wholesale price, which was well-below market.

In less than a week, Kim found a qualified buyer and accepted her purchase offer.  Unfortunately, about a week later, the buyer changed her mind because she was scared about the amount of work the property needed.  We refunded her earnest money, hugged, and parted friends. Read More→

Our clients who focus on real estate IRAs are encountering a more mature point in the investment cycle. We’ve had a nice run up over the last several years. Indeed, if you had some cash to play with in 2009 and 2010 and a bit of patience, it was tough to go wrong with real estate IRA strategies. The real estate market was attracting a boatload of institutional money and all the real estate investor had to do was step in front of it.

Now there’s still institutional money coming in, but investors have to pick their spots a little more, and getting your valuations right is going to have increasing importance going forward.

Meanwhile, the permabulls at the National Association of REALTORS® has also released their 2016 trends piece. Naturally, they think it’s always time to buy, so take their advice with a grain of salt.

Here are the NAR’s predictions for 2016, plus a few thoughts from us on how they may play out for our clients and those considering a real estate strategy in their retirement accounts. Read More→

I almost didn’t write this article. What you’re about to discover is so profoundly – yet simply – powerful, that if you truly understand and apply these simple secrets, I can practically guarantee such phenomenal personal and financial growth over the next few months that you won’t even recognize the dynamic person you’re about to become!

Yes, these secrets are that powerful. But don’t just take my word for it. Read, learn, and apply. Then find out for yourself!  Keep reading…

Now, before we get into “The Big Secret” and all that, we first have to understand something.  And it all begins with you asking yourself a question.  I’d like you to honestly ask yourself this: “Why don’t I have some of the things I desire from life yet?”

Why aren’t you in perfect shape? Why don’t you live in that awesome house yet? Why isn’t your bank account as big as you’d like it to be? Why do you still feel guilt? Stress? Anxiety? Why aren’t you driving the exact car you’d like to drive?

What answer did you come up with? What reasons did you give? Did you blame some outside circumstance or situation? Was it your parents’ fault? Was it Obama? Oh yeah – it was the market! Or maybe it was “The Man” keeping you down, right? Read More→

Short Sale… or Subject-To?

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I recently marketed to people who have second homes and are either close to being upside down on the mortgage or they are in foreclosure.  So far, I’ve closed on 2 deals from this marketing.  One of the leads owned a house in Sanford:  1,050 sq ft, 3 bedrooms, 1 ½ baths, living room, kitchen with dine-in area, separate laundry room and 1 carport.  The house was in great shape. It was a block house and really only needed about $3,000 to $4,000 worth of work if I wanted to retail it. 

I partnered with one of my Apprentice Students and we reviewed all the facts about the house.  The A/C unit was only a couple years old, it still had a wall furnace that could be disconnected, it had newer vinyl windows and just needed a little TLC.  There was an outstanding mortgage on the home for $29,000 and my offer was $27,500.  The mortgage payment amount was $600.00 a month (PITI), principal, interest, taxes and insurance. 

I really wanted to take this house subject to the underlying financing and keep it as a rental.  I was dealing with an 80 year old Seller, via his children.  They just wanted to be out from underneath the home and didn’t want to keep the mortgage on the property.

After several changes to the contract, we agreed to purchase the property CASH for the mortgage balance ($29,000) and pay all the closing costs.  There was a family member living in the house and we couldn’t close until he vacated the property.  We filed an Affidavit of Purchase and Sale on the Property and chose not to show the house during the time we had it under contract, and we waited until it closed.  Read More→

There are a few investment strategies you may want to take a look at if you are about to take the leap of investing in real estate. Especially since about forty percent of all homes in the first quarter of 2015 were sold to investors. 2016 is shaping up about the same. Truly, this is a huge portion of homes sold and having the right strategy can make a world of difference when it comes to the kind of profits you can earn.

First though, we have to take a valuation first approach to every transaction. Knowing the true value before you buy is huge. One of the most common investment strategies using real estate comps by REIAComps some investors are accustomed to is ‘flipping’. This is a way you can make a very quick profit. If you see you can get a property rehabbed quickly and move on, flipping is ideal. Frankly, if quick profits are what you want, then flipping can be the way to go.

Another investment strategy many consider is renting property. Acquiring for long term hold can be a great way of making extra money.  The income can be used to fund other projects and deals.  This is because not only will you make some profit by being able to capture tax advantages and capital appreciation, but you will also gain profits from the monthly rent you are charging. However be sure you are very careful about the person or people you are renting to. Be certain to do your due diligence for all potential renters.  Read More→

So how are we going to get ready to have a conversation with our motivated sellers? I believe that readiness is a state of mind, and I have put together some ideas for you designed to help you have meaningful and successful conversations with motivated sellers resulting in profitable deals.

First of all, expect to be anxious and know that it’s okay to be anxious. You probably wouldn’t be very good at what you do if you didn’t care about the outcome.

Next, while you are feeling anxious, get in front of a mirror and practice what you are going to say to the seller. Do this more than once. The more you practice what you are going to say, the more comfortable you will be and therefore less likely to forget what you were going to say. Practice controlling your voice and be mindful of how fast you are talking. Your speech should be at a moderate volume and speed when speaking to a seller.

Remember to breathe! Practice what you are going to say all the way through without making faces, gasping or throwing out any expletives. Your seller doesn’t care if you’re speech is perfect, they just want to know what you can do for them to help them solve their problem. You might even want to practice what you are going to say in front of a spouse or close friend. Read More→

The One Thing the Gurus Never Tell You Is, Wealth Is Created Over Time, Not Over-Night.

I recently had a conversation with one of my students who made a statement to me that I found very disturbing. This person asked me why I continue to try to buy houses with seller financing terms when money is so easy to get today. He asked me; why not take the fast and easy road to success instead of thinking only about long-term investments. Believe me there are many reasons.

The minute those words came out of his mouth, I knew he was an inexperienced investor who apparently had been to a seminar recently and apparently believed the rhetoric the speaker was saying about doing deals with the latest way to get rich quickly.

I have personally lived through seven different economic cycles over my 36 year real estate career. Over that period of time I have seen with my own eyes, when the economy changed every few years the methods we were using at those times drastically changed, and not always for the better. Depending on what was being done at that time, every niche method of buying eventually changed and then someone else came up with another fool-proof way to get rich quickly. This is a never-ending fact of life that will always be occurring for eternity. Read More→

Managing Risk

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So you did not win the 1.5 billion dollar lottery. Now what are you going to do to pay the bills, Christmas expenses, college tuition, medical expenses, health care insurance, car payment etc.?

Yes I played the lottery to the extent that if I lost I would not jeopardize my wealth. I would not experience a hardship even if I didn’t win the 1.5 billion dollar lottery. (You know that sounds great when you say it) I’m sure there is at least one reader of this article who spent $2,500 dollars on tickets for the lottery. I hope this wasn’t your rent money!  I play a game of chance when I travel. Will the plane crash? This game of chance happens when I am riding in the tram to pick up my car. I count the number of people and calculate in my head, what is the percentage chance I will be the first person to get off the bus?  I know that there is at least one person who will beat those odds just like the lottery. (You have to buy a ticket to win).

So we take risks everyday in life.  However, too much risk can lead to failure or even death. SO let’s get a solid plan for your success in real estate. Let’s not gamble but manage risk!   Let’s talk about your goals and what do you need. Do you need money short term or money long term?  Happiness short term or happiness long term? Excellent health short term or excellent health long term?  Being spiritual and doing the right thing every time? Being able to sleep at night comfortably? Read More→

Remember being in elementary school?  If it was anything like mine, sometimes a classmate would get in trouble and the teacher would make him write ‘sentences’ for punishment.  Remember?  Write such and such sentence 25 or 50 or eek! 100 times!  It was like being sentenced to prison.  It was very painful when one was young but we oftentimes got the message…don’t mess with the teacher.

So let’s bring that back for a moment.  Repeat after me…

I shall always have more than one deal going…

I shall always have more than one deal going…

(Repeat as long as you need to until you never forget it…)

It’s such a simple lesson!  But far, far too many times I see this happen with wholesalers, especially new ones.  You work on this ONE DEAL so hard and do everything in your power to make it happen.  And it is a sincere effort as well where there is rapport and legitimate effort being made to get it to the closing table.  Then at the last second, the unthinkable happens…it falls apart.  Seller suddenly changes their mind.  Even worse, it’s for a legitimate reason such as a health issue arises.  And the Seller is very apologetic and you know they aren’t making it up.  Still the deal is dead, at least for the time being.  Read More→

I mentioned in the last article of this series that a master lease option (MLO) agreement is made of two separate documents. The two documents are the master lease and the option to purchase (also called an option memorandum). The separation is for many reasons, which I will cover in this article. Keeping them separated allows for more freedom and safety on your side of the deal.

The first half of the agreement is the master lease. The lease allows us to control the operations of the property. This means that if you find a deal that is distressed due to something the owner has done or not done then you can remedy those issues by controlling the daily operations with the lease. Note that I mentioned the distress coming from the owners operations. I make this remark because sometimes properties are in areas or neighborhoods that naturally have high vacancy or will be difficult to operate in general. A lease option is for fixing distressed deals not distressed neighborhoods. Make sure that a distressed asset is in a valuable area and has been mismanaged. These are the “MLO gold” that we are all looking for.

Once you have analyzed a deal and realize that better managers could do a better job… you are on the right path. The lease will allow you to hire a new management company or it will allow you to manage it better yourself. By keeping this document separate you are keeping the cash flow separated from the sale of the deal. Cash flow is a very valuable part of a lease option. The lease portion allows us to control and keep the cash generated by the asset.  You will owe the seller a “rent” payment each month but anything above that is yours to keep! Read More→

I have written dozens of articles about the massive mortgage swindle the banks pulled over on us. The article that generated the most response was one I wrote in 2013 in which I detailed how Countrywide created 3.5 million fraudulent mortgages. They did it by creating a trade name (DBA) called America’s Wholesale Lender (AWL) that would write loans for them in all 50 states. Well, it took a little while, but we finally have a court ruling that could demolish the America’s Wholesale Lender scheme!

For those of you who don’t know the origins of this scheme, it all started with Countrywide trying to save some money. In order to avoid the licensing fees, corporate taxes, and regulatory costs that each state charges a company looking to operate within its borders, Countrywide created the trade name America’s Wholesale Lender, which they registered in each state. Then they got to work writing mortgages. The problem with this scheme is that a trade name is not a legal entity. It has no ability to own property, file lawsuits or hold security interests.

When a few state recorders noticed that AWL wasn’t an actual company, but a trade name, they refused to record the loans. Countrywide decided to go full throttle into the fraud and listed the lender on their mortgages as “America’s Wholesale Lender, a Corporation organized and existing under the laws of New York”. After that, their loans went through without a hitch. Read More→

“Real estate sales was perfect training for the experience to go into public life because you learn to accept rejection, learn to meet new people, learn to work with people and find common ground.” ~ Johnny Isakson

When I invest in a property I do my research. Long ago that meant doing the fancy footwork or being active. Going to open houses, going to model homes and condos, making phone calls, and looking at advertisements in the area where I was planning to buy. Comparison shopping was a far greater task before we had smartphones and apps to help us organize all the information at a glance.

Zillow Renter’s App is ideal for those of us who invest in real estate on a regular basis. Flipping and selling is a rewarding experience but you need to do your homework. I use Zillow’s App to see what other homes are selling for, what other properties are renting for, compare that information to what my budget is for a flip.

Zillow offers a number of things in the app search that will let you be specific about your property. This way you can make the best speculative estimate about what your profit could be.  Usually, in a typical real estate website search field you are limited to whatever their listings are. Zillow scans through a number of listings in your desired area. Usually the search amounts to more than 20 properties that could be a match for the property you purchased. Read More→

Knock, Knock…

Posted on April 13, 2016 by

Today, social media is the big thing many real estate professionals use to market for business, at least it should be. Everyone is Facebooking, Tweeting, Blogging, Vlogging, hash tagging, etc. but how many of you still make it a point to go out and do mass socializing face to face. When was the last time you went to a happy hour, a luncheon, and/or door knocking? Yes I said door knocking. In no way am I taking anything away from online social media but it works better when done in collaboration with face to face interactions.

Today everyone is focusing on online branding and marketing. Everyone claims to be the best in their field and some go as far as to make claims they cannot prove. So what do you do to stand out? Obviously, the number one thing to do is keep all those promises your marketing makes and collect testimonials. If you want to solidify your position in your marketing area or dominate your niche you want to get out there and let yourself be seen.

Many successful investors, real estate agents, title company reps, insurance agents, etc. have said to me they were too busy to attend a networking event. Sometimes I am caught by surprise because those same people were the ones I would see at every event in town. Admittedly, in the past, I too have gotten comfortable with socializing online and neglected the face to face interaction. When deals were a bit more difficult to locate I began attending the networking events I attended religiously in the past. And as you can imaging the number of potential investment properties I was sent increased and a few were actually worth looking into. The real investors here know what I’m talking about. I also had the opportunity to meet many newbies that were looking for assistance on how to wholesale. I was always more than happy to assist new wholesalers that are committed. I benefited by being the first person to see the deals they found. The best part is I taught them to identify real deals that I or any true investor would buy. Read More→

Wed, April 27th @ 7PM on GoToWebinar.com
Beginning Investors Group Online
How to Get Started Investing in Real Estate
with Don DeRosa
April 27th, 2016 at 7PM ET on GoToWebinar

Don DeRosaDon DeRosa will help us kick off our first meeting of the Beginning Investors Group Online (BIGO) on Wednesday, April 27th at 7:00 PM. Don is a full-time active real estate investor, mentor and trainer who specializes in all types of real estate investing such as wholesaling, creative financing pretty house deals, rehabbing and retailing, rentals, short sales, foreclosures, new construction and much more.

Join Don as he teaches you the quickest and easiest way to get started in the real estate investing business with limited time and funds.

This Month, No Charge to Attend for
Members or Guests!

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We look forward to seeing you on the Beginning Investors Group Online!

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Tampa REIA & Atlanta REIA
Webinar Replay

How to Make a Fortune Buying Pretty Houses with No Money or Credit
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with Don DeRosa 24/7

Don DeRosaDon DeRosa is a part time real estate investor trainer and mentor and full-time real estate investor who actively buys, sells and holds properties each month for fun, profit and long term cash flow. One of Don’s favorite purchase strategies is to buy houses “Subject-To” the seller’s existing financing on the home instead of having to go to a bank or a hard money lender for funding.

Using this strategy allows Don to buy multiple properties fast, without coming up with all the purchase funds on the front end. This is the perfect purchase strategy for active investors who what to buy, sell and hold pretty houses without having to use their own cash or credit.

Watch this Webinar Replay we recorded live with Don DeRosa on April 6th, 2016 where he shared many of his subject-to strategies, tools and techniques he uses every day to create winning deals for himself as well as his buyers and sellers.

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