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Real Estate : Success Stories
Mar 14, 2007, 10:26,
Real Estate : Success Stories
Find rental properties as a new investors can be fun experience.
Jun 1, 2006, 15:59,
Real Estate : Success Stories
Learn how you can still make a profit when you have an investment property you are finding difficult to unload.
Oct 23, 2005, 16:44,
Real Estate : Success Stories
America’s Real Estate Digest has debuted on the Internet offering the latest information on Real Estate markets in all 50 States. There are some real golden nuggets in America’s Real Estate Digest, where you can read about some of the hottest upcoming real estate markets and others you may want to avoid.
Sep 12, 2005, 05:54,
Real Estate : Success Stories
Time share sales are very commonly done by real estate agents that can provide more information about time share sales.
Sep 4, 2005, 23:42,
Real Estate : Success Stories
It took a tragedy not far removed from Wayne Rogers to wake him up when it came to money and how to handle it. According to an interview he gave to the Financial Intelligence Report, Wayne had first met Peter Falk when the two shared a room in New York City. Falk, an accomplished film, stage and television actor, later suffered a financial trauma not uncommon to many other celebrities. In the 1970s while both the longtime friends were living and working in Hollywood, Peter Falk became a victim of fraud.
Aug 20, 2005, 13:31,
Real Estate : Success Stories
There are cheap homes for sale all over the country. We bought one in a great little town in the mountains of western Montana. It cost us $17,500.
Jul 9, 2005, 14:29,
Real Estate : Success Stories
I finally got my first deal after six months of studying Real Estate. It's definitely been tough, but I encourage all newbies to PLEASE stick with it. Once it pays off, it will most certainly be worth it.
May 17, 2005, 12:05,
Real Estate : Success Stories
Recently I closed on the sale of two homes. They were located about a mile apart and had comparable market values. However, beyond these two similarities, the two deals were very different from each other. Let me discuss in more detail the similarities and differences of the two deals.
May 16, 2005, 14:27,
Real Estate : Success Stories
My name is Wallace Hobbs from Horsham PA. I spent 16 years in the Army until I broke my neck in 2 places and had to leave about 2 years ago. I could not work and didn't know what to do to pay bills. Until ... [More]
May 12, 2005, 10:56,
Real Estate : Success Stories
Hi My name is Rachel Lara and today I bought a $1,231,000 medical building from a motivated seller who was going to remodel it for his const. co., but had to buy land upnorth were he landed a huge contract and bought land to build new offices. he was trying to sell by owner.
May 12, 2005, 10:48,
Real Estate : Success Stories
I heard about some apartments for sale in July and I almost walked away from them. Really for a 1st deal I am looking for a 2br/1ba or a 3br/2ba, something "easy" for a 1st time deal and a novice investor. I went ahead and did a drive by, saw that they were two 4 plexs not some large "Lindsey" style apartment complex. After the drive by, I went to the courthouse and pulled the property card, and saw that the county had the last appraisal (from 2 years previous) at $221,746.
May 12, 2005, 10:42,
Real Estate : Success Stories
I saw an ad for a four unit apartment building in the local newspaper and called about it. It happened to be owned by a young man who went to school with a couple of my kids.
May 12, 2005, 10:35,
Real Estate : Success Stories
Found the property by referral from our postman. Elderly owner, who had lived in the house for 50 years, had moved out-of-state to be with her daughter. I sent her a letter and the son-in-law called me and said they were going to sell and the neighbor had made an offer of $82K. I said I could do better, didn't need financing, could close in a week, would take it "as is", and wanted to purchase it for my daughter. Coincidently the son-in-law was coming in town to see the house and could meet me there in two days.
May 12, 2005, 10:28,
Real Estate : Success Stories
Hi Fellow Investors,

We have a sucess story about buying properties pre-foreclosure using the short sale method.
May 11, 2005, 12:17,
Real Estate : Success Stories
Built our dream home. We saw this picture in the Home Magazine and we knew we had to build this house. Of course it was big, almost 4000 sq ft. We bought the land for $100 down and $231 per month. It was 6 acres for a total of $27,000. When we first saw it for sale I said to myself if we can only get back to this creek that would be really neat. Boy was I surprized when there was 5 more acres behind where I wanted. The owners employee, Charles, told us that it had been sold and some others were still available. We looked at others but none to our liking. Then Charles called and said that the attorney had decided not to buy after all and we could get it.
May 10, 2005, 12:33,
Real Estate : Success Stories
"I got a hard money loan for $100,000, $25,000 at closing, $75,000 in escrow..." [more]
May 10, 2005, 12:28,
Real Estate : Success Stories
"but ultimately walked away free and clear with $7,000. Here's the breakdown:" [more]
May 9, 2005, 10:59,
Real Estate : Success Stories
"Before meeting the owner, I performed my due diligence and comped the property in the range of $410k-$475k..".[more]
May 9, 2005, 10:56,
Real Estate : Success Stories
"I determined that the property should sell for about $359,000 or so fixed up, estimated repairs to be $40K. The seller's wife had mentioned...".[more]
May 8, 2005, 12:28,
Real Estate : Success Stories
"I was able to make an all cash offer with a quick close. We wrote up an offer to the Seller and before I arrived home my....".[more]
May 8, 2005, 12:23,
Real Estate : Success Stories
"It was an EOG shell on a one-way street. I could not find comps at the time on the small, one-way street, but....".[more]
May 6, 2005, 14:16,
Real Estate : Success Stories
"I didn’t believe the check when I saw it and thought for sure I would get mugged or lose it on the way to the bank, but fortunately....".[more]
May 5, 2005, 13:03,
Real Estate : Success Stories
"Neighbors came out in droves to see what was going on, and I hired a couple of them for jobs here and there. People were actually asking me to buy the house before I was even done.....".[more]
May 5, 2005, 12:59,
Real Estate : Success Stories
"The owner called me up on my ‘trading post?ad, desperate to sell his house. I was a beginner and wanted to take things slow......".[more]
May 4, 2005, 12:38,
Real Estate : Success Stories
"I could have flipped the house at this time and made about $50,000 without doing anything - it appraised for $295,000. I chose to keep working on it because......"[more]
May 4, 2005, 12:34,
Real Estate : Success Stories
"It took 7 months to rehab and my soft costs were $43,400. In February 2004 I sold the house for $150,000 and made a profit of ..."[more]
May 3, 2005, 11:54,
Real Estate : Success Stories
"Real estate investing certainly has its ups and downs, and is in no way an easy, get-rich-quick profession. But, I’ve remained persistent and committed, and am reaping the rewards of my hard work. .."[more]
May 3, 2005, 11:50,
Real Estate : Success Stories
"Shortly after the boot camp, I wholesaled my first house and put $5,300 in my pocket..."[more]
May 3, 2005, 11:45,
Real Estate : Success Stories
"Closing went smoothly and I walked away with $7,000! ..."[more]
May 2, 2005, 13:35,
Real Estate : Success Stories
When you learn to recogonize value in real estate you'll never be the same. Opportunity will knock so loudly you'll need earplugs to quell your excitement!

Solving problems while maximizing values

This story has a few good lessons and observations that no doubt can be used by you to take advantage of hidden opportunities that often lie in plain view for all to see, however, most people have not been trained or instructed on how to recognize or find them.

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