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What Is “Neglected Assets” by Lee Arnold?

What Is “Neglected Assets” by Lee Arnold?

May 10, 2021

So, I’ve got a question for you… What if I said there’s a remarkable new real estate investing training program that details how newer and seasoned investors can focus on and repeatedly profit from a little-known neglected asset opportunity market, wholesaling nuisance properties in nearly any U.S. market? You want to know more, right?! Well, […]

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Family Bank Funding Testimonials

Family Bank Funding Testimonials

January 13, 2021

Okie dokie, folks… I’ve got a remarkable foreclosure real estate investing strategy — and truth: it’s a genius idea for newbie investors! Check this out… Chillin’ on your couch or at your desk, you can follow easy-to-understand, specific steps on how to focus in on foreclosure properties, easily finding sellers AND buyers in the wonderfully […]

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“Default Deals” Review (by Peter Vekselman & Julie Muse)

“Default Deals” Review (by Peter Vekselman & Julie Muse)

June 23, 2020

Oh boy, I’m excited to share something awesome with you today — my very own review of the Default Deals by Peter Vekselman & Julie Muse. (Ok, so Peter, his biz partner Julie, and their Default Deals are “the” awesome, but my review is pretty sweet, if I do say so myself. And I just did.) […]

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What is Co-Wholesaling? (And Why It’s So Awesome)

What is Co-Wholesaling? (And Why It’s So Awesome)

July 14, 2014

Hey guys, I was thinking recently that I’ve been at this REI thing so long, that I sometimes forget the mental barriers that can exist for some people when it comes to the terminology and concepts that I take for granted in my everyday business. When I realized that, I decided it’d be a great […]

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The Nash Street Deal: How I Turned $10 Bucks Into $10,000

The Nash Street Deal: How I Turned $10 Bucks Into $10,000

March 24, 2013

Hey, I just shot a new video to show ya how I pocketed $10k on a deal… Without ever owning the property (minimizing my risk) Without ever seeing the property (which is cool) Without getting a loan (all it took was $10 bucks in earnest money) Without using my credit I go over the 3 […]

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