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Atlanta Real Estate Investors Alliance - Atlanta REIAAtlanta Real Estate Investors Alliance (Atlanta REIA) is an Atlanta Georgia Real Estate Investors Association for real estate investors, real estate entrepreneurs and other real estate professionals who invest in Atlanta real estate for fun and profit and are dedicated to the highest level of professionalism and integrity.

Atlanta REIA’s mission is to help ensure our members real estate success by providing affordable, quality real estate investing education, frequent, fun real estate networking opportunities and community outreach programs to build, renovate and repair homes for needy Atlanta families and improve our local community.

If you are an Atlanta real estate investor or want to learn more about real estate investing, read more about our Silver and Gold Charter Membership Packages and be sure to attend any of our regularly scheduled meetings, networking events, webcasts, and workshops on our Atlanta REIA Calendar below. Also, be sure to read our 12 Tips on How to Get Involved with Atlanta REIA.

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The Profit Newsletter - November 2014The November 2014 Edition of The Profit Newsletter is available for download just in time for our Atlanta REIA Main Meeting on November 3rd. The Profit is an digital, interactive newsletter for new and seasoned real estate investors delivered as an Adobe PDF file to read on your PC, Mac, Smart Phone, iPad or other mobile ready devices with a PDF reader. Many of the articles and ads in The Profit contain many hyperlinks you can click or tap to visit websites, watch videos, listen to audios, download content, send emails, comment on articles, share socially and much more! The high res version of The Profit is “print ready” for those who want to print the newsletter on their home or business printer. Also, be sure to Subscribe to The Profit Here so you don’t miss a single monthly issue.

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Mon, November 3rd at 5:00 PM in Atlanta, GA
Atlanta REIA Main Meeting,
Open House & Vendor Trade Show
Nov 3rd @ Atlanta Unity, Norcross, GA

Atlanta REIA Members & Guests
Can Attend This Month at No Charge!

Buying Pretty Houses vs Ugly Houses
Which is Best for You?
A Panel Discussion with Don DeRosa, Russ Hiner, Rock Shukoor & Dustin Griffin

Our next Atlanta REIA Main Meeting is on Monday, November 3rd at Atlanta Unity located at 3597 Parkway Lane in Norcross, GA where we will be having an Open House and Vendor Trade Show. We will also be having a Real Estate Expert Panel Discussion on “Buying Pretty Houses vs Ugly Houses. Which is Best for You?” with Don DeRosa, Russ Hiner, Rock Shukoor and Dustin Griffin.

Don DeRosa, Russ Hiner, Rock Shukoor & Dustin Griffin

The Panel will discuss…

  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Buying Pretty Houses vs Ugly Houses
  • How to Buy with No Cash or Credit
  • Various Purchase Strategies for Each
  • Various Exist Strategies
  • The Fastest Ways to Get to a Pay Day
  • What You Need to Know
  • Who You Need to Know
  • Case Studies of Each
  • Answers to Your Questions
  • And Much, Much More!

Ugly House & Pretty House Boot Camps Coming Soon…

The Ugly House Boot Camp - Part 1: WholesalingAlso, to further your real estate investing career in the Ugly House business when it comes to Wholesaling and Retailing, Russ Hiner and Rock Shukoor are holding “The Ugly House Boot Camp – Part 1: Wholesaling” on November 20th – 22nd in Buford, GA. This class is limited to 30 people and will only be offered once per year. Read More >>

The Pretty House Boot Camp - Part 1: BuyingIn addition, Don DeRosa and Dustin Griffin are conducting “The Pretty House Boot Camp – Part 1: Buying” on December 14th – 16th in Buford, GA to teach you how to Buy, Sell and Hold Pretty Houses with little or none of your own money. Like the Ugly House Boot Camp, this event is also limited to 30 people and will only be offered once per year. Read More>>

Island REIA Winter Retreat 2015Island REIA Winter Retreat – Dave Biddison from Dream Trips will be at the Meeting to tell our members and guests about our first annual Island REIA Winter Retreat that will take place on January 18th – 24th at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, an All-Inclusive Resort, in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Don DeRosa, Russ Hiner, Rock Shukoor and many other real estate experts and trainers will be attending this retreat. Read More>>

*Meeting Day Agenda
5:00 pm: Meeting Before the Meeting with Alan McDonald
5:00 pm: Vendor Trade Show & Networking
6:15 pm: Updates & Announcements
6:30 pm: Haves & Wants Speed Marketing Session
7:00 pm: Networking Break
7:20 pm: Vendor Door Prizes & Giveaways
7:30 pm: Panel Discussion on Pretty Houses Vs Ugly Houses
9:30 pm: Late Nite Networking at Three Dollar Cafe

*Please Note: Meeting agenda is subject to change.

5:00 PM in Meeting Room
The Meeting Before the Meeting
Member Orientation Meeting
with Alan McDonald

Alan McDonaldAlan McDonald, Leader of the Beginning Investors Group (BIG) will be hosting a Member Orientation Meeting as the “Meeting Before the Meeting” this month starting at 5PM. The purpose of this meeting to introduce new members to Atlanta REIA and to show them how they can get actively involved in our organization and get the most benefit out of their membership. If you haven’t joined Atlanta REIA yet, you can join this month at the meeting and wind down this year and start the the new year off lots of new investor friends!

5:00 PM in the Main Lobby
Monthly Vendor Trade Show

Dylon Ross with XfinityAt 5:00 PM in the Main Lobby, we have a Vendor Trade Show that lasts throughout the meeting where you can come out and meet many of our participating Business Members and Vendor Guests who help sponsor our meeting. See a full list of our vendors and sponsors below as they are added.

Vendor tables are limited, so any vendors wanting to reserve a table for the meeting can RSVP for a Vendor Table here. Vendor tables are reserved and setup on a first-come, first-serve basis.

6:15 PM in the Main Meeting Room
What’s Happening at Atlanta REIA

Dustin GriffinStarting at 6:15 PM, Dustin Griffin kicks off the Atlanta REIA Main Meeting with updates and announcements. Dustin covers what’s happening at Atlanta REIA in the upcoming weeks and months such as upcoming workshops, webcasts, special events, members benefits and much more! Be sure to be in the main meeting room at 6:15 PM for your chance to be one of the first to receive a printed copy of The Profit Newsletter while supplies last.

6:30 PM in the Main Meeting Room
Haves & Wants Marketing Session

Joe ThompsonAt approximately 6:20 PM, Joe Thompson will be hosting the Haves & Wants Speed Marketing Session which gives our members the opportunity to quickly market deals they HAVE and to find deals they WANT. We also give our business members the opportunity to get up and say a few words about their businesses. Members who want to participate in the Haves & Wants Marketing Session must bring your flyers and get to the meeting early to get on Joe’s list of participants.

9:30 PM @ Three Dollar Cafe, 6050 Peachtree Pkwy, Norcross
Late Nite Networking at Three Dollar Cafe

Three Dollar CafeAfter the conclusion of the Atlanta REIA Main Meeting, we will be reconvening at Three Dollar Cafe located at 6050 Peachtree Pkwy #100 in Norcross, GA at 9:30 PM for the Late Nite Networking and the “Meeting-After-The-Meeting”!

  • Do you love hanging out with other fun loving, like-minded real estate investors who love to talk about real estate investing and doing deals?
  • Do you want to work with fun, energetic people who are consistently doing deals?
  • Are you always looking for new contacts and resources to build your real estate dream team?
  • Do you ever have trouble putting together profitable deals and need help?
  • Are you constantly looking for new leads sources as well as home buyers and sellers?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you belong at Late Nite Networking! Whether you are brand new to real estate investing or have years of experienced, everyone benefits from Late Nite Networking. Come eat, drink, connect, and have fun with like-minded real estate entrepreneurs as we network late into the night!

There is no charge for Atlanta REIA Members or guests, so bring a friend and head on down to Late Nite Networking! Just be sure you order food and beverages from the cafe and tip their wait staff generously.

Participating Meeting Vendors & Sponsors
Meeting Vendors & Sponsors

The Small Business AdvisorThe Small Business Advisor – A full service small business consulting firm specializing in QuickBooks with a wide variety of specialized services, trainings and products for small businesses. Read More>>

Halperin Lyman, LLCHalperin Lyman, LLC – A transactional real property law firm devoted to providing the full spectrum of non-litigation related real estate legal and consulting services to its clientele. Read More>>

Advanta IRA AdministrationAdvanta IRA Administration – With the help of your local Advanta IRA staff, use your IRA to invest in assets you know, understand and control, such as real estate, notes & mortgages, private placements, and much more! Read More>>

Solutions Realty NetworkSolutions Realty Network – Providing expert property management and investment services since 2003. You invest and we take care of the rest! We’re the solution to all your real estate needs. Read More>>

American IRAAmerican IRA – The American IRA mission is to provide the highest level of customer service in the self-directed retirement industry.
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CRS DataCRS Data – We offer comps from the MLS & FSBO’s, custom searches, property tax records, interactive maps, sales & mortgage info, real estate valuations, mailing lists & more. Read More>>

Atlanta Carpet ServicesAtlanta Carpet Services, Inc. – Providing carpet, wood, vinyl, and tile, ACS is dedicated to every aspect of your floor covering needs from initial consultation to the sale and follow-up services. Read More>>

Fuller Center for Housing of Greater AtlantaFuller Center for Housing of Greater Atlanta – A faith-driven, Christ-centered, non-profit organization dedicated to providing adequate shelter for people in need in the Greater Atlanta area. Read More>>

See Atlanta REIA Events Calendar for More Events!
January 18th – 24th, 2015: Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Island REIA Winter Retreat*
January 18th – 24th, 2015
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

Hard Rock Resort & Casino Punta CanaBe part of the first ever Island REIA Winter Retreat on January 18th – 24th, 2015 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. There will be 7 days of luxury accommodations, fun and exciting excursions and advanced real estate investor training you won’t get anywhere else on the planet from experts like Russ Hiner, Rock Shukoor, Linda Dana, Dustin Griffin, Chris Littleton, Donna Littleton, Duncan Wierman, Gordan Catts, Leslie Mathis, Don DeRosa and many others!

Experts

Contact Dave Biddison at 801-550-9042
to book your room now!

Hard Rock Resort & Casino Punta CanaThe Hard Rock Hotel & Casio Punta Cana is situated on a perfect 30 mile stretch of palm lined coastline and is famous for its stunning beaches that rank among the world’s very best. The Hard Rock offers a mind blowing all-inclusive experience with thrilling gaming action in one of the biggest and best casinos in the Caribbean featuring exhilarating nightlife, tantalizing culinary options, state-of-the-art meeting facilities and luxurious rooms worth tweeting about, all infused with a legendary rock and roll vibe.

Hard Rock Resort & Casino Punta CanaThe Hard Rock has 13 pools, 9 restaurants, a Nicklaus designed golf course, and an astonishing Spa all surrounded by the most pristine beaches in the Caribbean. This is the perfect setting for our first retreat. Come see what it really means to get away from it all with a group of your favorite real estate investors and friends at a world class, all-inclusive luxury resort in paradise!

Hard Rock Resort & Casino Punta CanaCome join us at the Island REIA Winter Retreat and learn real estate investing topics you won’t hear anywhere else from some of the best minds in the business. It’s going to be a full week of fun, sun, great food, good times, educational opportunities, social gatherings and exciting excursions with other like-minded investors and much more!

Hard Rock Resort & Casino Punta Cana*Membership has its advantages. January is peak travel season for the Caribbean and the Hard Rock normally charges at least $547.44/night or $3,284.64/week based on double occupancy. This amount includes taxes and fees, but does not include airfare or transfer to and from the resort. However, Our Special Price via World Ventures is only $350/night or $2100/week based on double occupancy, a savings of over $1,280! You can join us for Only $1050/person! Our special price includes your all-inclusive visit, taxes, fees and transport to and from the resort, as well as $1500 resort credits per room that can be spent at the resort on spa visits, golf, excursions, etc. Airfare is NOT included. Certain terms and conditions do apply.

Because January is peak travel season and we have a very limited number of rooms available, get your passport and reserve your room now before all the rooms are booked!

Contact Dave Biddison at 801-550-9042
to book your room now!

Call now and don’t miss out! See You in Paradise!

See Atlanta REIA Events Calendar for More Events!
Atlanta UnityPLEASE NOTE: On November 3rd, the Atlanta REIA Main Monthly Meeting will be held at Atlanta Unity located at 3597 Parkway Lane in Norcross, GA. Atlanta Unity is set to be the location for our future Atlanta REIA Meetings.
Sat, November 1st at 9:00 AM in Buford, GA
Atlanta REIA Presents:
Know Your Facts Before You Buy:
Due Diligence Workshop
A Full Day Workshop with Gordon Catts, Alisha Spence & Catherine McFarland
Saturday, November 1st from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM at 1960 Skylar Hill Dr, Suite D, Buford, GA
Bring Pen, Paper & Dress Accordingly for
Home Inspection Tour

Gordon Catts, Alisha Spence & Catherine McFarlandWith the scarcity of listed properties, tight inventory of investor type deals, and the changing market, it’s critical to be able to look at purchase and re-sale prices objectively, know your rehab/repair expenses, and avoid overpaying for a property. With the intensely competitive market, it is imperative that you know how to determine if an opportunity is a “Deal” or “No Deal”, be able to “pull the trigger” quickly and beat your competition.

At our Due Diligence Workshop on Saturday, November 1st at 1960 Skylar Hill Dr, Suite D in Buford, GA, you will learn from three dynamic real estate investor professionals… Professional Investor Gordon Catts, Certified Housing Inspector Catherine McFarland, and Realtor/Investor, Alisha Spence as they show you how to determine accurate property values, repair estimates, property inspection and methods to determine what an investor should pay for the property and much more!

Here are some of the things you’ll learn:

  • How to know the differences with a property’s rental income and it’s value
  • Reliable sources of “comparable” information
  • What an investor should pay for the property
  • Identifying the target market for the property
  • How to utilize public and near public information
  • How to inspect the property
  • What is a deal or not a deal
  • Pitfalls to avoid
  • And much more!

But that’s not all. You will actually go out into the field to inspect and value a real property, hands-on.

You will have THREE real estate professionals teaching you some very critical lessons when it comes to being a successful real estate investor. Take advantage of this rare opportunity and sign up NOW! Seating is limited, so the longer you wait to register, the more likely your space will not be there.

Register Now!

Nesting: Warmth for the Winter

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“It doesn’t make a difference what temperature a room is, it’s always room temperature.” ~ Steven Wright

There are certain people who should never touch anything mechanical. My Aunt Effy is like that. She didn’t get her brakes fixed until one of the brake pads actually fell out of her car. She bought a sewing machine and ended up sewing her pants to the wall. And who knew you could do that much property damage with a weed whacker?

So you can imagine our reaction when Aunt Effy decided to buy a programmable thermostat for her home. Heck, we were all afraid she would melt the dog.

Luckily, she got some good advice at the mega-hardware store, and bought a “smart” thermostat called the Nest. Have you seen one of these things? I have, and now I’m a big fan.

Even though the Nest is a programmable thermostat, you don’t really have to program it. Instead, just adjust the temperature the way you like it. Make it warmer, make it cooler, keep yourself comfortable. Turn it down when you leave the house. The Nest will “learn” what you like, and pretty soon, it will adjust itself for you automatically. Nest’s website says this can save you 20% of your energy bill. And since it kind of runs itself, it’s easy enough even for my Aunt Effy. Read More→

To Deal or Not To Deal?

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A seller recently called me and asked if I would buy his house. I, being of sound mind and body, said, “Tell me about your house.” It turns out that he is a foreign national and wanted to leave the country as soon as possible. He was very firm on the price and terms. He wanted to sell the house in as-is condition along with the furniture. He was open to me taking over their mortgage payments (subject to).

The terms that the seller wanted included their price ($190,000 with the principle balance at $140,000) which was above fair market value for the neighborhood but included all of the furniture. He wanted $30,000 down. The first mortgage payment was $1040 per month. Utilities were $220 per month. There was no Homeowner’s Association. The seller valued the furniture at $30,000 and the house at $160,000. The house was in excellent condition, no repairs necessary; in fact, it was overbuilt for the neighborhood with professional landscaping, a swimming pool/spa, decks, and a definite “wow factor.” I estimated that the house would rent for $1400 per month.

Of course, I had done my research and knew that he had overpriced the property. I believed that I could get him to take $10,000 down, allow me to take over the payments, and have the payments at $1200 a month for 120 months. This would pay him off owner second at 0%.

My exit strategy was to put a home-owner occupant into the property. Selling all of the furniture would allow me to recoup my down payment. Read More→

Why I Still Teach

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“Tell Me, and I Forget; Teach Me, and I May Remember; Involve Me and I Learn” ~ Benjamin Franklin

I just finished a very successful Quick Start Boot Camp here in Jacksonville, and I remember why I keep teaching. We had people from all over America and a couple Canadians, and even a Brit in the class of 175 students.

On the first day, I called for all who were doing deals to stand up and then invited them to the front of the room as a group. Frankly, I was shocked at the number. You see, quick Start is where people get the basic training to start their business, not usually where more seasoned veterans hang out. Oh, we always have some returning for a refresher, but I had about 50 people stand and come forward this time, and I asked all to tell a little about their businesses.

The numbers were staggering. A few were seven figure earners. Some built sizable businesses and a couple had become trainers. All my children. All starting from a point of ignorance. None taking no for an answer. Here’s another quote from old Ben… “We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid.”
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“Dude… You Need Help!” (Part 2)

Posted on October 31, 2014 by

Welcome back! In Part One of this article, we talked about how you have issues & need some serious help. No, I’m not getting personal with you. I say this because if you’re the one doing everything in your business, you probably won’t be in business for long because you’re most likely going to get burnt out or work yourself to death. Not good. So that’s what the last article was all about, remember?

Then I left you with a cliffhanger: HOW to solve this massive problem. Well, I said I was going to come through with the goods, and I aim to deliver, so here we go…

How to Get the Help You Need in Order to Be Successful & Keep Your Sanity (or what’s left of it)

The answer is…

Technology and Teamwork! (or T & T for short)

Do you like that title? No? I stayed up all night thinking of that! :)

Ok, the concept is simple… Write this down:

  • Use existing TECHNOLOGY to AUTOMATE as many of the tasks you need done, then…
  • HIRE someone to do as much of the rest of the stuff FOR you.
    Depending on what you need done, you might have to hire a FEW ‘someones.’
    Don’t let that bother you.

Let’s Start With the Technology.

A few examples of things you should get and start using immediately include: Read More→

It took me years to understand that Sellers think differently than buyers. I know this sounds too idiotic to even discuss but from years of negotiating with sellers I can tell you that if you don’t understand how sellers think it will be impossible to negotiate profitable deals. Jimmy Napier told me years ago that we investors are trying to buy just “another house”, while the seller is selling a “Home”. Once I heard this it got me to thinking. It’s true; a seller has a different reason for the way they negotiate. This has changed how I negotiate and the techniques I use. I no longer believe that always offering CASH for every deal is the best offer to make.

Because I know there are as many ways to buy a property, as there are properties to buy I understand every seller has a different reason why they are selling and just getting all cash is NOT the only reason why they are selling their property. It will be your job to figure out what the seller really wants. While sitting at kitchen tables I have heard time after time what a seller really wants and money isn’t many sellers only motivation. Once they tell you what they want then hopefully you can then go on to solve the seller’s problem whatever it may be.

Over the years I have heard a myriad of reasons why each seller wants or needs to sell their house. Some needed to sell because the size of their family had grown and they have simply outgrown the house they have. Possibly I could sell them one of my other houses in exchange for the house they need to sell. Some sellers have reached retirement age and no longer need such a large house to take care of. Again, I might be able to sell them one of my houses or find them a house they would be happy with, buy it and exchange my house for their house. I call this “double dipping”. Some sellers may have had a job transfer and need to sell their house quickly because they are now making two house payments they can’t afford to make, the house they left and the house they are now living in. Some sellers may no longer be able to take care of the property because of their age or physical condition or, they can’t afford the monthly payments any longer. Some sellers may simply want to rid themselves of the large monthly payment they are paying and are having trouble making each month while trying to save their credit score. Some seller’s have back property taxes they can’t pay and their lender is threatening foreclosure if they don’t. You will never know what motivates the sellers until you ask. Read More→

Would-be Tenants From Hades

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Landlords, what’s the best way to deal with tenants who are a pain in the tail and make you want to vomit? Easy answer: Never let them in your rental property in the first place. And how do you accomplish this feat? Read on, my friend – it’s actually pretty simple! But first, a story…

Several weeks back, we had a property go vacant in Cartersville, Georgia. It’s a nice three-bedroom, two-bath home with a two-car garage. Though a good number of applications came in, one stood out above the rest.

The application was neat and complete. The prospects were from Cartersville, so they have a lot of ties to the community. The husband was an experienced contractor who knew how to fix things. The wife was disabled and received a guaranteed monthly government check. They didn’t have any kids or pets and didn’t smoke. They were looking for a place they could live in for the rest of their lives. Looking at the application, there was nothing not to like about these folks!

Because Kim and I have been managing rental property for almost 20 years, we have learned that no matter how good tenants look on paper, there are a couple of steps we must take before letting them move into our property. Read More→

Every day the Banks are making minor and/or major changes on how they do short sales. What was once an easy short sale system, now varies depending upon each lender. Many lenders will want the Sellers to use their own in-house short sale package, even though my detailed generic package pushes the deals forward. Sellers really don’t have a true concept of how much debt they have when it comes to paying all of their debts. Many of them will not even include a debt on their financial statement to the lender, just because they are choosing not to pay it. In my short sale system, I have created a detailed short sale package with forms that are used to help my Sellers make sure that everything is included and maximize their chances in the consideration of the short sale.

In January of 2014, Florida allowed a law to be passed that the Short Sale Lender may receive a Deficiency Judgment at the time of the Foreclosure while still having the asset (property) in their portfolio and not even selling it yet. Before this law was passed, the Short Sale Lenders could foreclose on the property and then they have a choice whether or not to either forgive the debt or pursue the Sellers. If they forgive the debt, they still issue a 1099 (Forgiveness of Debt Form) which means the Sellers would have to pay taxes on the amount that the bank has forgiven. Or the Lender could go after the Sellers again by filing a new lawsuit for a Deficiency Judgment on the balance that is owed AFTER the Lender sells the property and releases it from their portfolio.. Many Short Sale Lenders are amending their complaints to request this immediate deficiency judgment. Sellers are blind to the new changes and they are burying their heads in the sand, thinking they are living in the house for free and then letting the property go to foreclosure with no repercussions.   Read More→

For those of you with an interest in real estate, yes, you can buy pre-foreclosure properties using a Self-Directed IRA. The same goes for other self-directed retirement accounts, including 401(k)s, SEPs, SIMPLE IRAs, and even Coverdell Education Savings Accounts and Health Savings Accounts, if your balances are large enough to make it work!

There are a number of advantages to using a retirement account to acquire these properties:

If your plan is to fix them up and flip the house, and you do this a lot, you may fall under dealer tax rules. That means that unless you are conducting your flipping activities within a retirement account, all your profits will be taxed as sales of inventory – and therefore subject to taxation as ordinary income.

Furthermore, outside of retirement accounts, those who are classified by the Internal Revenue Service as dealers lose their ability to defer capital gains under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code concerning like kind exchanges. And furthermore, the income may also become subject to self-employment tax of up to 15.3 percent. Read More→

When you are looking to become successful in the real estate investing business, implementing a solid marketing plan for your business is going to be one of your first priorities. This will be the main strategy that will separate you from your competition. In addition you need to develop long and short term strategies and goals for your business as you go.

Decide what your focus is going to be regarding the type of properties you would like to purchase in your Real Estate Investing business and create a plan of action that will begin to bring in motivated sellers in droves and create deals for you. If you don’t know what exit strategies to use, make getting educated one of your top priorities. One of the best ways to do that is to work with a Mentor who can help you achieve the goals you have set for yourself.

Getting a good education in the buying and selling of real estate and having someone to hold you accountable will quickly separate you from most of your competition. You can check out my website at www.marketingmagiclady.com for some really powerful tools for your Real Estate Investing business including my personal Mentoring Program.

Don’t be afraid to do what those around you will not. Dare to be different and consistent in your marketing efforts and the results will be amazing. Niche your marketing and become an expert in your market place. Become educated within your market place so you know what your property values are and what your personal target market is going to be. Decide what kinds of deals you like best and go after them. Read More→

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