Flipping Houses: Secrets to Finding, Fixing, and Flipping Houses

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Learn the secrets to finding, fixing, and flipping houses.
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Learn the secrets to finding, fixing, and flipping houses.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781484015223
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/29/2013
  • Pages: 278
  • Sales rank: 376,138
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.58 (d)

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Lloyd Segal

Trained as an attorney, Lloyd Segal is a mortgage banker, author, real estate investor, and public speaker. Now located in Santa Monica, California, Lloyd was born in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. He graduated Boston University and Southwestern University School of Law (where he was President of the Student Bar Association), and studied International Law at the University of Innsbruck, Austria.

Lloyd is the author of "Everything You Wanted to Know About Chapter 11 Bankruptcy...but Were Afraid to Ask, "Stop Foreclosure Now in California" (Nolo Press), "Stop Foreclosure Now" (published by American Management Association), "Foreclosure Investing" (Regency Publishing), and "Flipping Houses" (Regency Publishing). With his extensive experience and writings on real estate and related topics, Lloyd is considered "America's Leading Houose-Flipping Expert" and has appeared on numerous radio and TV shows throughout the United States.

Lloyd is an informative and exciting public speaker with over 20 years of professional real estate experience as an investor, mortgage banker, attorney, and author. He is a frequent guest speaker at various universities, boards of realtors, Coldwell Banker national conventions, and numerous other real estate and service organizations throughout the United States. Lloyd currently teaches foreclosure workshops for investors and/or realtors throughout the united States.

Lloyd is an avid horseman. His passion is polo. He is a member of the United States Polo Association, and the former 9-term President of the Will Rogers Polo Club (1994-2002) in Pacific Palisades, California.

Lloyd's education mission is to provide the highest quality of information in every area he teaches. That means he shares with his students the knowledge and secrets he (and his partners) has learned through decades of real experience in real estate acquisition, asset protection, and investments. With his 20+ years of training and experiences, Lloyd possesses a knowledge base that is virtually unequaled anywhere in the seminar and education fields of real estate investing. His training and real-life experiences would allow Lloyd to teach and educate others as no one else could. His expertise would allow him to write books, and provide products and services with substance and real value for every student he would encounter.

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  • Posted July 17, 2013

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    This book does a pretty good job of laying out the basics of fli

    This book does a pretty good job of laying out the basics of flipping houses.  I learned a fair amount from reading it.  It's filled with "secrets" that the novice house flipper will likely find useful.

    On the negative side of the ledger, the book has an unacceptable number of typos that would be caught by a spellcheck program.  Additionally, there are typos that are more egregious, such as the author's calling private mortgage insurance (PMI) "property mortgage insurance."

    In any case, this is the best book I've found on the subject, which might not be saying a whole lot.

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