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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” »
Are you seriously advising someone in foreclosure to let her property go to auction and hope there's money left on the table once the dust settles?
Rachael owned a house in Kittitas County and last winter the two of us decided to partner up.
My role in the partnership?
Stopping her foreclosure.
Continue reading “The McKenna Overage Enigma” »
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” »
And, if you want to know the whole truth, I walked out of escrow (as the buyer) with a couple thousand dollars to boot.
I think I might have done it this time.
We bought a little house a few months ago from a guy in foreclosure, flipped it and whew boy, this check showed up today.
$59,360.32 . . . a monster profit deal in the house. Gulp.
Continue reading “Ugh oh, Monster Profits in the House” »
I'm the BUYER. I have no obligation, legal, moral or ethical, to disclose anything to the seller.
Every once in awhile I end up with a ton of equity, having paid very little for the property.
Some people might even say, “Joe, you stole it.”
They don’t mean it literally, obviously.
In fact, we used to brag about our “real steal deals” at investor meetings back in the day, and it was a heck of a lot of fun . . .
Continue reading “Ugh oh, I did steal it” »