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Making Big Money Investing in Foreclosures Without Cash or Credit
     

Making Big Money Investing in Foreclosures Without Cash or Credit

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by Peter Conti, David Finkel
 
The key to making money in real estate is finding motivated sellers. Financial trouble is often the single biggest motivator. From finding properties in foreclosure, to negotiating with sellers in financial distress, to reselling the properties to realize healthy profits, Making Big Money Investing in Foreclosures without Cash or Credit is a comprehensive money-making

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The key to making money in real estate is finding motivated sellers. Financial trouble is often the single biggest motivator. From finding properties in foreclosure, to negotiating with sellers in financial distress, to reselling the properties to realize healthy profits, Making Big Money Investing in Foreclosures without Cash or Credit is a comprehensive money-making guide. Peter Conti and David Finkel pull all the pieces of the transaction together into a step-by-step action plan, so that investors can apply what they have learned to start making money.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780793173655
Publisher:
Kaplan Publishing
Publication date:
09/15/2003
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
7.40(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)

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Making Big Money Investing in Foreclosures Without Cash or Credit 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In general is a good read, it gives a good idea as what a foreclosure is. It does not give you the nuts and bolts as how to go about looking for and buying foreclosures. After reading this book there may not be one single person that can locate, buy and sale a foreclosure home. The book just doesn¿t give you the tools to go out and do it, but again, what do you expect for a $15 book. The book pushes too much their home courses, and their mentorship program, that by the way is $$$$$$ expensive. If you really want to get material that can get you started you may want to consider a book from Joe Kaiser you can find it at www.creonline.com
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Loved their approach to foreclosure investing. There is a ton of stuff on Foreclosures on the market, but these guys zero in on the most effective time to strike. They shared their distilled knowledge (after I'm sure lots of mistakes) to get me quickly to the best when investing in foreclosures--that being PRE-foreclosures THEN shared lots of tips of what not to do and why.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have talked to people who have used this book to start their journey into investing and it really is true. I can't wait to begin my investments with this book as a guide.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a great book with great information! The author gives you enough information to make the program work without having to make any additional purchases. The book was very easy and quick to read. I would definitely recommend this book to experienced investors as well as to those who are new to the world of real estate investing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've spent lots of money on complete courses dealing with foreclosure properties. I was amazed when I read this book. It had just about everything I needed to know here in one inexpensive resource! I found this book to be very practical in helping to work my way through the whole foreclosure process. I especially liked the section on 24 pitfalls and how to avoid them. This was very helpful. I really do recommend this book to anyone wondering how to handle foreclosure properties.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Just finished Peter Conti and David Finkel's Making Big Money Investing in Foreclosures Without Cash or Credit and found the information to be very worthwhile. The content covered the full spectrum of investing in foreclosures. It touched on how to find foreclosures, ways to finance your deal, when and how to negotiating with sellers, and profitable exit strategies that offer the best return with least risk. The language was easy to read and the definitions, examples, scripts, and real life stories helped make the topic of investing in foreclosures interesting and comprehendible. I especially appreciated the details in negotiating a deal with the seller. A good resource for anyone investing in real estate.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There are some really great tips in here on negotiating (something that's not intuitive for me) specifically pertaining to foreclosures. But not only that, they have some concrete strategies in there about how to actually find the deals and structure them to be profitable. Above all, they structure things in such a way that everyone wins. Getting this book should be a no brainer for anyone that wants to invest in foreclosed properties!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've seen several foreclosures in my neighborhood and am excited to take the techniques taught by Peter and David and put them into action. If I can help someone get out of a bad situation that is most likely causing them embarrassment, turn that investment into a home for another family, and make some money...I see that as win/win/win!
Guest More than 1 year ago
As a full time investor we are always looking for more great ideas and approaches to investing. Peter and David have contributed much to our tool box of investor ideas with this book. Should be in every RE investors library.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The thing to remember is that foreclosure law and proceedings are different from state to state. Peter and Davids book does a good job of outlining the process in general and encouraging the reader to investigate further in their locale. While all the techniques in the book are sound, they may not fit all investor types or location. This book is a great place to start if you're considering investing in foreclosures and need a crash course on commonly used strategies.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was an excellent book for getting started investing in this lucrative niche. I live in Chicago and foreclosures are high. This book gave me the steps to take advantage of this market even though I have never invested befor. They make it really easy.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm a beginning investor and didn't really know a whole lot about the Foreclosure market, the process and what is all involved - then I came across Peter and David's book on foreclosures and it opened my eyes to a whole market I've been missing out on. The ideas in here were simple and easy to understand and they've given me some great ideas. For example, page 105 on how to get free foreclosure lists and then chapter 5 as a whole on negotiating. That was amazing stuff. Thank you Peter and David.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I can hardly put it down. Vital info, much of it I haven't seen anywhere else.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I don't feel the book was as detailed about all the steps of foreclosures and how to buy in each step! I am looking for a better book!