This autobiographical tale is perfect for entrepreneurs and a must-read for anyone aspiring to be a real estate investor. Beginning with a handful of credit cards, he mastered the art of the purchase and sale of single and multi-family residences, small commercial properties, manufactured homes, raw land and lots, and eventually was honored by the San Antonio Real Estate Investors Association. Combining commonsense, experience and technology, he merges real estate and Internet marketing. With fifty one informative chapters, including an eye-opening introduction to “Adversity University,” and powerful food for thought in “Escaping the Debt Trap” and “The Moat Theory: Keep Something Sacred,” this book provides insight far beyond deal making. In the second half of the book, he delivers eighteen anecdotes such as “So What Can a Dollar Buy?” and “The Art of War,” stories about real life in the real estate trenches. You simply can't make this stuff up. While everyone's struggles are different, you are sure to connect with the author's tumultuous and rewarding journey. You don't need a college class ring to be a success but a successful person's education never ends. Continue your education on a deeper level and read the book My Life and 1,000 Houses.
Author, Mitch Stephen has been a self-employed, creative real estate investor for over 20 years. His first book, My Life & 1,000 Houses: Failing Forward to Financial Freedom, resonated with real estate investors all across the country and abroad. Ever since its release the question of the day has been, "How do your consistently find such great deals?" This book was written in response to that question. My Life & 1,000 Houses: 200+ Ways to Find Bargain Properties is a rocket ride through the author's twenty years and what it takes to find over 1,000 great deals! What would your life look like if you were an expert at finding great real estate deals? Prepare yourself! This book is going to get your juices flowing. Your heart is going to start racing when you contemplate the possibilities. You're going to start seeing opportunities in places you never noticed. You'll come to understand there's a never ending stream of bargain properties - if you know where to look - and how to fish for them. More importantly, you may just start to separate yourself from those that hate their jobs and their daily grind. It all begins with the deal! ...hope, confidence, private lenders, partners, allies, success... Master the art of finding great deals and you'll have the opportunity to master your finances and thus your freedom. Whether you're an owner financier, flipper, landlord, wholesaler, or subject-to entrepreneur, it all starts with consistently finding great deals. Mitch believes real estate investing is a powerful strategy for acquiring wealth. He has helped new investors find their place; has helped veteran investors re-invent themselves. He especially believes in "Owner Financing" beyond all other investing strategies. For more information regarding online courses, group coaching, and full-on mentorship, visit 1000House.com or contact mailto: [email protected]
This book deals with situations of living through the German occupation of Norway from 1940, including shortages of food and heat, all under a threatening occupation by the Hitlerite German Army. My father was imprisoned in Germany for five years while we survived without his strength and abilities. At eleven years old, I escaped imprisonment or death when caught by a German soldier in the wrong place. The story moves to a totally different environment in Nigeria, with another culture that was about to be changed by the removal of British control. This gives a picture of the beginning of large changes. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip attended the liberation ceremony in Benin. This book also includes a number of images of the life of the African and English cultures. This includes the problems of living with noxious tropical diseases and pests. Bernard returned to Britain to continue work and studies but, unfortunately, developed a serious disease, cerebral vasculitis, that they did not think he would survive. Fortunately, he has and is still active.