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 : November 03, 2020, 10:14:18 am 
SteveKay - SteveKay
What do you think of this ]article on openagent https://www.openagent.com.au/blog/has-covid-19-caused-an-exodus-from-cities-to-regional-areas talking about Covid causing a mass exodus to regions. The conclusion was it seems like it might but its to early to tell. What do y'all think?

 : November 03, 2020, 05:23:52 am 
David Hy - Robert the Agent
Thanks, we can all use motivation at times.

 : November 03, 2020, 05:20:55 am 
jlsj - Robert Bogino
I have been doing mobile home recently.  I found the old school marketing is still very effective. Bandit signs in the mobile home neighborhoods, post cards, cold calling.  A lot less mobile home leads from modern marketing like google ads.

 : November 03, 2020, 12:49:49 am 
Sylus - heartlandbuyshouses
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 : October 29, 2020, 10:33:05 am 
Randoskie - Luke9686
I just watched the most fascinating webinar. I admit I'm skeptical as all get out, even though I've made tons of money from a late night TV commercial selling a 20 dollar book on real estate that got me started.
Well, this is a method of doing real estate deals that I never heard of and it is frikin outrageous.
Imagine this.. We find properties that have mechanics liens on them that are up for sale.
Why the hell wud we want that?
Here is the concept in simple terms and even I cud almost understand it.
We contact the lien holders by mail or phone, and negotiate a pennies on the dollar payment.
This is an old debt he had given up on and cud be ready to grab some fast cash and run on a debt that he gave up on..
We somehow know that the house is being sold or is in pre-foreclosure.
Then we get the documents signed and submit to the Title company. I speculate u hav to record the contract but that's a $25 fee in my city.
It sounds so insanely easy and doable. The course costs $1,497 buks. It includes full instructions with all contracts needed.
I need some partners on this one to share the cost and rewards.
The webmaster kept saying how you will be helping people get their money.
But I'm seeing the dark side. How ethical is it to convince a lien holder to accept 10-15 cents on the dollar to go in your pocket when the property sells?
It sounds even sleezier than the bottom feeding wholesaling deals I've been doing.
And I admit, it's just my kind of business.
It's all done virtually, contracts sent and signed with emails, even notaries online now with video verification. We can buy lists of properties w liens and use virtual assistants to do much of the grunt work.
We dont have to meet homeowners or sellers or anybody, I can rotate on my thumb doing this business.
The price tag of the course is high, and I question, do I buy this course and risk my food and mortgage money?
But then...
Cud this be the baddest ass business that I never heard of? And get me to where I want to be?

Rando, there are actually a couple other options to deal with these liens.  One is to just buy the house subject to the lien, in which the lien will expire at some point.  Usually 10 years from the date it was filed (in most states).  The other is to send the lien holder a lien release with a demand letter, telling them they are holding up clear title.  I've used the lien release option a few times, and each time the lien holder signed, notarized, and returned it so it could be filed.  They were all medical liens, each in excess of $5K.

 : October 29, 2020, 01:04:28 am 
jlsj - heartlandbuyshouses

or you could search Facebook groups that deals with mobile homes

 : October 28, 2020, 07:27:12 am 
jlsj - Newsted
The idea of buying used mobile homes for sale and living in them is one that has been around for a very long time. Some people buy them from relatives and others, the government. Even though you may not think it will be possible to live in a mobile home for sale, it can be done, and now there are websites that allow you to do just that.

 : October 28, 2020, 01:35:05 am 
jdhwp82 - heartlandbuyshouses
You also check www.myreipro.com. I think it is the most complete software.

 : October 22, 2020, 07:28:16 pm 
Sylus - cashhousebuyergta
The easiest way is through networking, whether thats through facebook groups for real estate investors in your market, or real estate meetups (probably virtual zoom calls these days). There are usually private lenders or investors willing to finance deals at these events and in these groups.

 : October 22, 2020, 07:24:21 pm 
Real Estate Rescue Pros - cashhousebuyergta
I found a really easy way to grow your buyers list is posting on craigslist. You can post ads for discounted properties, fixer uppers, etc. and a lot of investors will head to your website to sign up or reply back to you with your email.

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