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And, because the circumstances go from one extreme to the other, John and Mary's equity is worth either $125k or $25k, or somewhere in between
I thought I’d go through the Northwest Justice Project’s Foreclosure White Paper and provide a critical analysis.
Except that, it never occurred to me I’d get stuck on the very first page.
Oh well, it’s time someone who knows a thing or two about foreclosures steps up and takes a long, hard look at it because it’s got its share of problems, beginning with page 1, paragraph 1.
Continue reading “Page 1, Paragraph 1” »
Bobo and I did a deal yesterday with Jim, a nice fellow from Tacoma (and long-time real estate investor).
Heads up . . .
When your investigator Rene contacts him to let him know he’s been scammed (I’m guessing he’ll now been added to your list of people I’ve cheated), he’s the kind of fellow who will tell her she’s nuts.
Continue reading “And Now I Own 100% of it” »
Please have your people call his people and let's put it to the test.
Thought you might like to know . . . Bobo got the big “let’s do it” today.
That’s deal #1 in the books for the little fellow and he’s off to a very good start.
On Monday we’ll overnight the paperwork to an out-of-state fellow and shortly thereafter Bobo Buys Real Estate, LLC, will have its very first property in hand.
Continue reading “Bobo Goes Yard” »
Z is where the money is. It’s where our EV is off the charts and our hourly rate is second to none.
I thought today would be a good time to discuss a real estate concept your office is unfamiliar with, EV.
EV is short for “Expected Value” and is most easily understood as your hourly rate.
Don’t worry, it’s so easy to figure out even a chimp could pull it off.
Continue reading “Bobo doin’ it, jungle style” »
That's just not how the little fella swings.
Just wanted to give you a heads-up about Bobo.
He’s got a guy ready to deed him a vacant lot for a couple hundred bucks, and believe me, this looks like another “real steal deal” in the making.
And that’s the problem.
Continue reading “Oh, that Bobo!” »