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Profit from Real Estate Right Now! teaches you how to generate massive wealth in today’s current down real estate market, which has actually created a window of opportunity for you to get rich. Dean has created no money-down techniques that are specifically tailored to succeed in today’s changed real estate, banking, and economic world.
With a step-by-step road map, Dean takes you on a strategic ride to learn how to find motivated sellers willing and anxious to sell their homes at massive discounts far below what even seasoned real estate investors can find. In a systematic approach, Dean shares a technique to secure these properties for you to purchase with no money down, and then keep or pass these deals off to motivated buyers and make a profit either way. This is the one and only no money-down strategy that works in today’s changed world.
Even though this book was published in 2008, I decided to give it a quick read. After all a book written on Profiting from Real Estate in 2008 is seriously outdated. Why read it? First, as an avid reader of economic history, I was curious to see if he had anticipated accurately just how devastating the collapse in the real estate market would be. He didn't. Second, I wondered if he was going to just give the worn out and outdated advice to leverage up to your proverbial eyeballs to make money in real estate. To his credit, he acknowledged that even back in 2008 that excess debt was not the way to get rich in real estate. That intrigued me. He even went so far as to emphasize to his readers the importance of full disclosure of quick profits when acquiring real estate by assignment instead of purchasing. I respected that. Unfortunately, the constant pitching of his coaching service throughout the book dimmed my enthusiasm for pursuing real estate through his methods especially since he did not disclose the price. His emphasis on taking a break from bad news was a valid point. Overall, it was better than hoped but still needs to remain way down on the list unless you are a speed reader.read more
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