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Getting Starting in Real Estate Investing: Find Foreclosures, Bank Owned, REO's and Other Distressed Properties for Maximum Profits and Cash Flow in Your Area Now [Kindle Edition]

Chaz Shively
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Book Description

Finding deeply discounted real estate is the key to making money in real estate investing. The old adage is 'you make money when you buy, not when you sell'. In this book I'll discuss the various I find real estate for 35% below market prices on a regular basis to fund my multi-million-dollar-per-year-real-estate investment business. Here's what you'll find in this brand new book:

Table of Contents
1.0 Introduction to Finding Distressed Real Estate
Introduction to Finding Distressed Real Estate
Why Buy Distressed Property?
Real World Example: Several Options to Make Money with Distressed Property
Ways You Can Make Money with Distressed Property
What You Can Make With Distressed Houses?
Here Are Some Copies of Checks I’ve Made From Distressed Real Estate
2.0 Finding Properties & Deals
What Kinds of Deals Should I Be Looking For?
Distressed Properties
Distressed Sellers
What Types of Neighborhoods?
Which Houses Should I Target?
3.0 Getting Started Find the Deals
The #1 Way to Find Distressed Deals
Investor-Focused is a MUST
How to Find Them
How to Make Sure They are Good
Help Them to Help You
The #2 Way to Find Distressed Deals: Private Auctions
The #3 Way to Find Distressed Deals: Pound the Pavement
Other Ways to Find Deals
4.0 Next Steps
Evaluating Deals
What You Are Evaluating
Is There Enough Profit?
What is After Repaired Value?
Let’s Get You Finding Deals!
Resource Page
Real Estate Investing Glossary

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  • File Size: 428 KB
  • Print Length: 103 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007L4OPJK
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Some basic info, terrible formatting January 22, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
Some good info about real estate investing. Unfortunately, the formatting of the book makes it hard to read. Huge percentage of the book is a glossary at the end.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars I want my .99 cents back!!!! February 18, 2013
By ironfox
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Well, there goes an hour of my life - one hour I'll never get back because I wasted it reading this garbage. Where do I begin? First, tryreading the bookwith formating likethis. Next, almost every other paragraph talked about the authors other courses. This book was mostly one big advertisement in my view! Even if the book was free, I wasted my time. The information on real estate was standard - run of the mill - type of stuff, like a 9th grade book report. ZERO stars! I love Amazon and I love people who self-publish. Some of the best ideas I have read have come from authors who fired up their PCs and put their thoughts online. But this is why there has to be some standards. This book should have never made it on Amazon in its present form. What a total waste of time! I will be seeking a refund of my .99 cents - I should get compensated for having wasted my time!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Worse than a waste of money, I'm asking for a refund! January 14, 2014
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Save your $0 .99. I rarely do reviews, but this book is so bad I'm compelled to write. Read the other 1 star review- they are spot on. This "book" is poorly written, has absolutely no information in it, and reveals the author to be someone dishonest when she claims to be an authority on REO's. I didn't read very far, because I didn't want to waste any more of my time. The textiscrowded like this and out of alignment. The contents consist of the author bragging about her "expertise" in flipping houses, and showing off her knowlege of real estate jargon. I would not trust any information provided. There are reliable sources out there. For example, I purchased the "Forclosures for Dummies" ebook, and so far seeems to be informative and a good resource for the REO novice. I noticed the 5 star review of Chaz Shively's book is the only one that is not an Amazon verified purchase. I'm getting a refund because I don't like to be cheated-even out of 99 cents.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good read if your not particular on the formatting. December 6, 2012
By Dewayne
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Some good info. Most paragraphs in this book had at least one set or words crammed together to form a single word. I.e. "this is anexample." Also a lot of the definitions in the glossary were blacked out.
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2 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Format:Kindle Edition
With the uncertain economy foreclosure rates are at an all time high, everywhere we go it seems a home is facing foreclosure. Whilst it's something I don't wish on anyone we thought it could potentially be our opportunity to invest. We purchased this book for some real estate investing advice and insight as we are considering buying a REO property. We have concerns particularly about the condition of the property as it's likely to have been left to its own devices for months. This book has shed some light on many things and answered many questions for us. It has encouraged us to go for it but with open eyes. I'd recommend this book to anyone thinking of buying a foreclosure, bank owned, REO'S or any other distressed type of property. It's a sound book for anyone that wants to know all there is to know about how to get started.
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