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…NOW is your golden opportunity to turn bargain property deals into 1 MILLION in just 3 years…
…using other people’s money and this property tycoon’s no-brainer strategy…

Using these secrets tycoons strategies, you can buy properties for a big discount, fix them up and make a fortune!

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There are countless success stories from people all over who become Property Tycoons after acting upon Hill's strategies laid out in Think Like A Tycoon.
I am a real estate investor for 10 years now and personally involved in 40 real estate transactions. With that said, this is the book to read. Read this book if interested in real estate investing. Don't if you aren't.

Michael

Real Estate Investor

Gilson

Property Entrepreneur
It really is possible to purchase real estate profitably with little or no money down, or even cash back. Hill provides a comprehensive, easy to read and funny introduction to the subject. The step by step plans work; more important, he shows you the principles of building a bank relationship, finding suitable properties, and negotiation.
We used Hill's book and began our own home rental business. In less than 2 years, with no prior real estate knowledge or experience we have acquired 8 homes, 2 duplexes, an apartment complex (hardly tycoon speed!) AND generated a large positive cash flow. We have also been able to take advantage of his tax strategies and received unbelievable returns. Thanks to Mr. Hill, our business is expanding rapidly.

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#RealEstateInvesting    #RealEstateInvestor    #MentorTips  That was a bold statement for sure, and I know it is a challenge to follow it. However, it is really not that hard to put it to work for you if you have the education, understanding, and resources to do so. Below are several strategies and suggestions that should help you succeed. First and foremost, seek out great investing mentors. When seeking out a mentor, you should know the criteria for an excellent mentor. Mentors should have worked in their field for at least two years or longer, be financially secure and able to work full time in the field of their choice, preferably in your industry, be someone who is already making money, and know what success looks like. You should build your relationship with your mentor by going into a local bar, chat, or phone call every few weeks to make sure you are not on the same page. A lousy mentor could drag you down and take away from your learning because your mentor didn't show you

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#RealEstateAgent #RealEstateAdvice #RealEstateTips #FirstTimeHomeBuyer  If you're ready to buy a home, you'll want to consult a professional when you find the right place. When you're ready to buy a home, just buy it. Most homebuyers who look in vain for several months do so because they didn't have the right perspective about what they could pay for a home and where they should look. I'm talking about how to buy a home without a mortgage. It's not as difficult as it sounds. You can get a lot closer to your goals by applying the adage: If you want something, hold up your thumb and pointer finger. That's exactly what you should do if you're willing to buy a home without a mortgage. You can get quite close to your dream home for a lot less than a mortgage would have you pay. For instance, let's assume that you're looking through North Scottsdale homes for sale. In an ideal world, you'd be able to find a home that costs about $140,000. That'
#ForeclosedProperty #ForeclosureAuctions #ForeclosedHomes #PropertyInvestment  Distressed properties are homes that are for sale not because the owner wants to sell but because of pre-foreclosure, foreclosure, or repossession.  These homes or properties are usually offered up through an auction in which the highest bidder gets the property. To get a rundown on the differences between the two, let's first look at pre-foreclosure.  Pre-foreclosure: This is a period of time when the owner has stopped making payments, and the lender has not been able to make arrangements with the owner to collect on the loan. The bank has sent the owner several letters notifying him of the default and demands payment.  The owner's only option is to pay up or get out of dodge. At this point, the bank will start the foreclosure process to have the property. The bank then sells the property at an auction, usually online. This is the least expensive way of buying distressed property and can be very pro
#MortgageSolutions #Amortization #Loanos #BankLoans #MortgagePayments  Buying a house is never-the-less an essential step in establishing a household. Mortgage Basics According to Mortgage Banker Journal's article on the state of the mortgage market, mortgage rates are still significantly lower than they were six years ago and have still been lower than 2006 levels. With mortgages being an essential step in buying a house, it is necessary to understand the basics of property financing and how the purchase will improve your financial situation. Here are some basic mortgage facts to get you started. What type of financing will you get? The most common type of mortgage is the amortization loan. The amortization loan is the most common type of financing in the United States because it is straightforward to obtain. You can use the funds from the amortization loan to purchase the property you want. It is also essential to understand that the payment for the mortgage loan includes the pr
  #MortgageSavvy #MortgageSolutions #FirstTimeHomeBuyer #MortgagePayments  An excellent real estate agent can help you learn the art of home buying, whether you want to buy a home by yourself or with a spouse or significant other. Let's say you're ready to buy a home. If you're a first-time homebuyer, your real estate agent should be able to help you learn the art of home buying. He or she should also be able to give you some insight into the home buying process, including negotiating and the different types of mortgages. There are different types of mortgages, the most common of which are: Fixed Rate Mortgage, Adjustable Rate Mortgage, Interest Only Mortgage, and Interest With Prepayment Mortgage.  This may all sound not very easy, but it's just a series of steps to help you understand how the mortgage works and decide which mortgage is best for you. Let's say you're thinking of buying a home. You're trying to save money, but you don't know how to buy a
#RealEstateInvesting    #RealEstateInvestor    #MentorTips  With the recent correction in the real estate market, distressed homes are still represented in the market. However, the distressed property market's contemporary downward movement has also given way to an upward movement of newly constructed homes in recent months. What Are Distressed Homes? Distressed homes are pre-foreclosures that have been in the market for an amount of time that allows their owners to sell the property to alleviate their mortgage loan. When you purchase a home, one of your needs is to ensure that your loan doesn't go bad. You can avoid getting foreclosed on and lose your home if your loan cant be repaid. If you were to go into foreclosure, your credit would go into free fall, and, potentially, you will be unable to buy another home for over a year, depending on the time elapsed between the initial foreclosure and your application for the new home loan. If you have gone into foreclosure or need to
#ForeclosureAuctions #Repossession #AuctionBook #AuctionProcess #AuctionTraining  These properties are usually offered up through an auction in which the highest bidder gets the property.  Distressed properties are homes or properties that are for sale not because the owner wants to sell but because of pre-foreclosure, foreclosure, or repossession. Typically, the homeowner is in a bit of a financial mess, and so does his/her lender. This is where distressed properties come from. The lender will try to get some of their money back rather than the owner being evicted, which is the other option. When one of these homes or properties goes to auction, the first bid is usually at the pre-foreclosure price, sometimes at what the lender has set as the pre-foreclosure price. Because of the foreclosure, the lender can not lower the price at this point, so at this point, it is more of a last resort than a starting point. These homes are sold "as is," but it does mean that the seller wil

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