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[VIDEO] The 3 Biggest Mistakes Real Estate Wholesalers Make

In this short video, real estate investor and attorney, Bill Bronchick discusses the three biggest mistakes real estate “wholesalers” make when trying to flip a property.

Watch the video and see what you may be doing wrong on your wholesale deals…

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4 Easy Steps to a Great Wholesale Deal

The real estate market is roaring back! And today’s market can be good news for wholesalers who learn to capitalize on these opportunities.

Wholesaling works with all asset classes of real estate including single family, duplex, multi-family, mobile homes, commercial, and land. Here’s a case study of an actual wholesale deal I completed on an apartment complex….

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Real Estate Investing: How to Get Started

You recognize that today’s real estate investing opportunities are the best that we have experienced in many years. But real estate appears to be so complicated and so risky that you never do your first deal.

How can you avoid the mistakes and risks associated with being a new real estate investor?

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Is Flipping Houses Ethical?

If you define flipping as buying a dilapidated property, completely renovating it and then reselling it, then such a noble act as turning a neighborhood eyesore into a beautiful home is hardly an ethical question.

Flipping houses is perfectly legal as long as there is no fraud involved. But there is the other side of the coin, and law and ethics can be two very different things…

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9 Ways to Eliminate Real Estate Investment Risks

Investing in real estate can be a little scary at times, especially for beginners. But real estate investing doesn’t need to be risky in order to provide tremendous returns.

Don’t let your fears hold you back from jumping into the very best real estate market we have seen in decades. Instead, use these 9 steps to minimize your risk and feel good about your real estate investments.

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Are You Ready to Create Cash Flow Now?

Real estate has historically created more wealth than any other investment platform. This exchange or transfer of wealth has happened over and over again and most clearly during the tough economic times of recession.

I believe we are experiencing the greatest transfer of real estate wealth of our generation. Understanding the dynamics at play in the current market and how to position to leverage the voids in the market with low downside risk is the key to your wealth and income.

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Wholesaling Real Estate: The New Virtual Trend

Wholesaling is a great way to get started into real estate because it does not require good credit and takes very little money to get started. Wholesaling has allowed me to escape my “Corporate America” job.

I wholesaled in very high volume for a few years, which created a nice income stream to replace the salary from my job.

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How to Find a Contractor Who Can Deliver Price, Quality, and Speed

As we near the bottom of our real estate market, many investors are realizing it’s becoming a great market and it’s time to start buying houses again. Investors who buy now can hold onto the investment for very good cash flow or flip the house for an instant income.

The process of taking a wholesale property and then transforming it into an income producing asset usually requires some “rehab” work, and when searching for a great contractor you will want to balance the price, quality, and speed of the project…

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Wholesaling Real Estate: 4 More Ways to Find Motivated Sellers

This article completes our series on “wholesaling” real estate. So, I’d like to give you a few more ways to get wholesaling prospects. If you are wholesaling real estate, you need to know how to find motivated sellers. Here are a few ideas that cost a little money, but bring results much faster.

Then, let’s talk about the four most important questions you need to ask your prospects…

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Wholesaling: How to Find the Right Kind of House

If you live in a major metropolitan area, like I do, it will be very hard to drive all over town to look for houses. For me, it can take an hour to get from one side of town to the other. You’ll quickly find that you are spending more time driving than actually looking at houses or talking to motivated sellers. Don’t confuse busy work with productive activity.

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