Make Money as a Buyer's Agent

Author: Chantal Howell Carey

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470051252

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 226

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Traditionally, real estate agents help home sellers get the best deal on their home, but no one covers the buyer's side. This guide shows you how to make the switch from representing sellers to representing buyers, so you can keep making money even as the seller's market slows down. Learn to earn big commissions, no matter what happens to the market.
The Abandoned Property Investor's Kit

Author: Reggie Brooks

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470432578

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

View: 171

"A declining market is the best market in which to make money." —Donald J. Trump With rising foreclosure rates, it's easy to find discount properties--especially in the abandoned property market. But how do you choose the best ones with the most profit potential? And how do you deal with the complexities and problems associated with abandoned properties? The Abandoned Property Investor's Kit gives you all the practical, effective tools you need to break into this lucrative real estate niche. Reggie Brooks, the #1 abandoned property specialist in North America, shows you how to find abandoned properties, locate the owners, negotiate a cheap sale, get the financing you need, and turn your investment into big bucks. Brooks also explains the tricky aspects of abandoned property investing and offers proven solutions for dealing with them. Inside, you'll discover how to: Start investing in your spare time, with little or no money down Find great properties in your market Use creative financing techniques like wraparound mortgages and subject-to deals Rehabilitate properties for increased curb appeal and higher rents or resale prices Negotiate to win with lenders and owners Understand purchase agreements and other documents Even without cash on hand or a massive line of credit, savvy investors can still make a bundle. This comprehensive guide shows you how.
The All-New Real Estate Foreclosure, Short-Selling, Underwater, Property Auction, Positive Cash Flow Book

Author: Chantal Howell Carey

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470455869

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

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The All-New Real Estate Foreclosure Short Selling Underwater Property Auction Cash Flow Book Your Ultimate Guide to Making Money in a Crashing Market Chantal Howell Carey & Bill Carey Praise for How to Sell Your Home Without a Broker "On a scale of 1 to 10, this book is a 10." —Robert Bruss Jump into the real estate game—and win big! Home values are crashing and foreclosures are way up. You might think this is a terrible time to get into the real estate market—but you'd be wrong! A crashing real estate market offers plenty of opportunity to profit, if you know how to change your strategy and adjust to the new market reality. In The All-New Real Estate Foreclosure, Short-Selling, Underwater, Property Auction, Positive Cash Flow Book, top real estate investors and authors Chantal and Bill Carey show you how to get in safely and get out profitably. They present four new strategies for taking advantage of today's high foreclosure rate and explain how to invest for the long-term as the market resets to more realistic levels. Novice investors will find plenty of strategies for profiting without risking all they have, and old hands will find new, unconventional techniques that will help them continue to profit even if the market continues to struggle. Inside, you'll learn how to: Combine short-term and long-term investing strategies for cash flow today and tomorrow Buy mortgages in foreclosure at rock-bottom short-sale prices Avoid dealing with lenders by using the seller as your banker Utilize the right type of real estate auction for your investment needs Maximize your cash flow for big profits now and in the future Prepare yourself to profit from rising prices and near-term inflation Whether you're a first-timer or an experienced real estate pro, this is the ultimate guide to getting into the real estate market safely and cheaply—and getting out rich! Chantal Howell Carey, a member of Zonta International, has handled hundreds of millions of dollars in real estate sales and management as a broker, consultant, investor, and trustee.
The Pre-Foreclosure Property Investor's Kit

Author: Thomas Lucier

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780471717393

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

View: 406

Pre-foreclosure real estate is one of the hottest investment opportunities on the market. The Pre-Foreclosure Property Investor?s Kit offers step-by-step instruction and no-nonsense advice on how to find great deals, estimate fair market value, negotiate with sellers, sell your property on your own, and win big in real estate. You?ll learn how to get the best deals on foreclosure properties before they go to auction and utilize simple ready-made worksheets, checklists, forms, and agreements that make getting started easy. Even people of modest means can get into pre-foreclosure investing—all it takes is a little hard work, persistence, and the tools you?ll find in this handy guide.
Down Country Lanes, Behind Abandoned Houses

Author: Keith V. Bletzer

Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers

ISBN: 9781681081045

Category: Social Science

Page: 612

View: 388

Based on six years of extended ethnography in multiple agricultural areas of the Eastern United States, Down Country Lanes, Behind Abandoned Houses is a monograph which explores the lives of migrant and seasonal farm workers. The six-year study secured multi-setting field data in primary, secondary and casual sites, and audio-taped narrative life stories from men and women who harvest and perform the related tasks that help to make the many foods which we enjoy in abundance. The study presented in this book elaborates vignettes from field observations with a focus on workers who use drugs and alcohol, and is complemented by formal (narrative life stories) and informal interviews. The author explores diverse field data that reveal the hardships, exclusion and social adversities that migrant farm workers experience many times more often than any other social group with considerable susceptibility to drug / alcohol use. Down Country Lanes, Behind Abandoned Houses gives readers a perspective about farm workers’ social vulnerability across multiple agricultural areas, while comparing willful neglect and social non-existence experienced by farm workers to a gray zone of contemporary horrors in the way that these men and women have been viewed and treated over many decades. The monograph is an invaluable reference for the study of social problems, substance abuse, trans-national migratory experiences and field methods in sociology. The book also serves as a contemporary handbook on the anthropology of American agricultural labor.