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Phil Pustejovsky is a real estate investor, mentor and coach that has been a part of over 1,000 real estate investing deals over the past decade. He has also trained investors from all over the US and Canada to new levels of financial freedom through his innovative and real world investing techniques and strategies.

His new book “How to be a Real Estate Investor” recently became a #1 best seller on Amazon. You can also learn more about Phil at:

The 10 Commandments of Property Management

Although I read books and attended trainings on property management when I first got started, the bulk of these 10 commandments came from over a decade in The School of Hard Knocks.

Every landlord should apply these simple principles….

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[VIDEO] Home Renovation Tips for Real Estate Investors

In this short video, real estate investor, Phil Pustejovsky, shows you the specific renovations he did on a recent “fix and flip” deal.

Phil turned an “ugly duckling” property into a swan by doing strictly cosmetic renovations. Apply this knowledge to your own projects and you can avoid costly rehabbing mistakes.

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[VIDEO] How to Estimate Home Rehab Costs Like a Pro

Put away your fancy calculators and smartphone apps. Real estate investor and mentor, Phil Pustejovsky, shows you room-by-room a professional, expert way to estimate rehab costs and how much work needs to be done whether you plan to rent, wholesale, or fix and flip the house.

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A Quick and Easy Tip to Sell Your House Fast

You’re about to discover a quick and easy tip that will help you sell your house faster.

Shockingly, very few real estate agents or real estate investors use this technique despite how simple it is to lure buyers to your property before they meet your competition….

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How the Government Shutdown Is Affecting Real Estate Investing

How is the government shutdown affecting real estate investors?

Those investors who buy and then resell, or flip, properties to retail buyers are the most affected because the shutdown is playing havoc with the loan origination process.

And when buyers can’t get their loans funded, deals don’t close and real estate investors can run into cash flow problems….

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What They Don’t Tell You About Flipping Houses

Flipping houses is the creative investing technique of choice for many beginners. For those brand new to the business, it appears to be the best place to get started because it requires little or no money and seems to have very little risk.

However, all that glitters is not gold. Here’s a dirty little secret most beginners don’t know about….

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Why You May Be Overpaying in Property Taxes

Are you overpaying in property taxes without knowing it?

In the aftermath of the biggest real estate collapse in recent history, it’s entirely possible that the current assessed value on your real estate is higher than the current market value.

How did this happen and what can you do about it? That’s what you’re about to discover….

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What NOT To Do When Investing in Real Estate

You’re about to discover what NOT to do when investing in real estate. So often, creative real estate investors and educators share their positive experiences. But there are a ton of pitfalls in the world of real estate, too. In fact, I would argue that more people fail than succeed in this business.

So rather than focus on what to do, you’re going to learn what NOT to do….

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Should Creative Investors Get a Real Estate License?

At some point, every creative real estate investor wonders: Should I get a real estate license? It’s a good question.

You may have heard myths about how being a licensed real estate agent restricts a creative investor’s ability to do deals.

I hope to set the record straight, so you can answer the question for yourself…

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The Art of Setting Your Real Estate Goals

Setting your real estate investing goals is essential to your success in real estate. I hope you won’t require convincing of this fact. Setting goals works. Period.

But are you setting your real estate goals correctly? Is it possible that you may be missing a few details that could help you goal set even better?

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