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Old 10-09-2005, 09:05 PM
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Default The Probate Lady

My name is Scheria from California. I help out-of-state people who have inherited property within Alameda County get some cash now instead of all of it later to pay off pressing taxes, bills, etc. Do you know anyone like that?

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Old 10-10-2005, 05:48 PM
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Default Probate

Hi Scheria:
I am in Bloomington, Indiana. I am looking for investors soooo, if you can provide money let me know. I am tapped out of my own money and I know where to find some good deals, but just don't have the do ray me. Thanks, Dave

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Old 10-10-2005, 06:37 PM
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Default Hi, Dave

I dont use my own money to finance deals. I believe it will make my debt ratio too high. I use "private investors" or as a last resort a "Hard money lender".

You might want to check out They have all sorts of goodies for real estate investors. Try clicking on "Articles and other resources" for a listing of Private/Hard money lenders. Hope this helps.

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Old 10-15-2005, 04:45 PM
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Default Probate man in Florida

I buy florida probate properties. I also like eviction and foreclosure homes, houses, real estate and vacant land in Florida.

Probate lady, send me your contact info in case I get leads from my site, I just added a lot of california words because my sister just became a realtor in San Francisco.

Good luck with probate homes. They have served me well.
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Old 10-21-2005, 08:01 AM
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Default What's the best way to get started??

I have owned rental properties, but have taken classes on investing in probate properties, and would like to get into this area here in Phoenix. What is the best way to start??
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Old 10-21-2005, 03:19 PM
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Hi Mel,

You can always market to attorneys with a brochure. You can visit the court house and look through files as well....

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Old 10-22-2005, 07:00 PM
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Default Reply to "mel" & "ibuyhomes"...

Hi "mel",

There are several safe and legal ways to pursue probate deals. Start right with your local daily newspaper under the "Legal Notices" section. Look for the "Notice of Probate". The Notice to Probate will list the probate case number, name of deceased, name of person who is requesting to be assigned as the Probate Representative by the Superior Court etc. With this information you can then go to your local Superior Court Probate records research section and look for more information. While under your Legal Notice section you can also take a look into your local "Notice of Trustee's Sale". These have proven very valuable because they literally sell homes via public auction to the highest bidder for cash, cashiers check etc. right in front of or very near the court house. Not many people know or pursue this avenue so you are likely to get deals considerably lower than the Fair Market Value. You can then choose to flip these properties to private investors or for a steady dependable monthly cash flow rent them out through your local County/City Housing Authority (Section 8).

Hope this helps "mel".

To "ibuyhomes",

Here are two ways to contact me:

1) You can fax me @ 510-528-9441


2) My live phone hours are Monday - Friday 9 AM - 11AM PST @ 510-395-4435


~The Probate Real Estate Lady
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