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  • View author's info posted on Jun 06, 2012 04:55

    With all this buying and investing going on does anyone need a hard money lender? 
    I am a realtor and have built my business training and working with investors (who now make more more than I do :) in TX, LA, AK, NM, AZ, CO.  
    This last year, I have put together a very extensive list of hard money lenders.   There is a list of lenders in every state on that spreadsheet.
    It has just been completed and already 510 copies have gone out.   If you guys want a copy I will be happy to send you a copy - at a discount.
    I know this site is not for "selling", but sorry I cannot give away almost 18 months of hard work and research :)
    By the way, yes, I am single... and looking.... but for Mr. RIGHT!!

    God Bless.
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  • View author's info posted on Aug 13, 2010 04:18

    Hello ...... I would like to know if someone is interested in buying a house in Spain with wonderful sea and mountain views is a lot of tourism here ..... .... and maybe someone might know ... .. would be very grateful ... I can send you pictures?

    See you soon

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  • View author's info posted on Aug 13, 2010 01:49

    Hello I'm Spanish .... You may be interested in buying a home in Spain? or know someone interested ?..... Can you help ?.... Ohh! is wonderful and has a beautiful sea views .... I hope your answer ... thanks

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  • View author's info posted on Nov 12, 2007 17:38

    Hello, I am an x-realtor. Business is booming in my area. I need someone who would like to buy foreclosure, tax sale and other residential properties. If you are serious contact me.
  • View author's info posted on Jul 30, 2007 08:19

    I come across notes both residential and commerical.

  • View author's info posted on Jun 20, 2006 19:39

    BigBozMaam write:
    What are the pro's and cons of buying tax lien property? Can it be dealt with online, successfully?

    The pros are you get a better return than on a MM secured by real estate and the possibility, although rare, of possibly acquiring property by foreclosing the tax lien.
    The cons are there is a lot of DD to be done and it pays simple rather than compounded interest which will affect the yield. The way it usually works is the county will auction off the delinquent tax lien to the higher bidder in kind of a reverse auction. In AZ., the bidding starts at a 16% return but decreases as long as the bidders are willing to accept less and less of a return. The last one I went to the yields were about 5-6%, but that was a couple of years ago so they may be a bit higher now.
    IMO, you would be better off attending the trustee sales and/or originating you own deeds of trust (mortgages with a non judicial foreclosure procedure.)
    Originating DOT's is the best business/investment I have ever been in. Good luck and what ever you do. Make sure to do your own DUE DILIGENCE
  • View author's info posted on Jun 19, 2006 12:55

    What are the pro's and cons of buying tax lien property? Can it be dealt with online, successfully?
  • View author's info posted on Jun 02, 2006 23:52

    I would bear you in mind I want to explore this possibilty with a lot of potential chaep land in a coastal town yet no one has seen that it could rake in a lot. I'm a novice in this but with a lot of ambition
    thanks for being here.Only a few would offer to shrae their experience
  • View author's info posted on May 14, 2006 06:30

    Hello Gerry.What advises,if any, would you give for a beginner?Regards,Lina
  • View author's info posted on Jan 26, 2006 11:32

    I am new to realestate investments and have purchased my first investment property (house). This is an REO and it came with an extra building lot. As it is the lot is in demand right now. I have to do a lot of rebuilding on the house and that is a little intimidating, but I do have some friends to help me with it.

    I have much experience with real estate as a salesman and broker and I have owned many properties myself over the years.

    I purchased the Robert Allen "Enlightened Millionaire Institute" program about a year ago and have found parts of it helpful. I am not engaging most of it however.

    I live near Olympia Washington and the real estate market is very hot over here so this investment is a pretty safe bet! Nice to see these postings!

    Wally Brown (single, by the way)

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  • View author's info posted on Jan 14, 2006 10:13


    My company isn't about real estate investment. However, it is in the real estate industry field. We are in the business of purchasing Owner Financed Mortgages and Privately Held Business Notes. We provide a lump sum of CASH NOW for the rights to receive future payments from these types of notes.

    As you may know, many homes and businesses are sold with some form of seller financing. Our program allows these note holders (either current or future) to cash out all or part of their note.

    We have found that many times a home or business will not sell because it is difficult for potential buyers to obtain financing, and at the same time a home or business owner will not finance because he wants all of his cash up front. Our program provides the owner the option of selling his note once the deal is completed. By offering Simultaneous Closing: we purchase a note at the same time as the home or business is sold (at the closing through the title company).

    Please e-mail me today, if you'd be interested forming a mutually beneficial business relationship, or if you just have some questions or comments. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

  • View author's info posted on Jul 07, 2005 16:58

    I'm a real estate investor also, but I have yet to venture into the commercial side of the spectrum. Any advice for me on material or courses I should purchase. I understand the commercial side is quite different then the residential side of the business. I've only been investing in residental real estate for 9yrs, I've been quite successful buying and sell, but I'm ready for a change.
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