Everyone loves to read our real estate investor “success stories.” Success stories give us the courage and inspiration to overcome obstacles that can at times seem insurmountable.
For beginners, they offer evidence that “no money down” and creative real estate investment deals really can be done in today’s marketplace. With a little effort and perseverance, that first real estate deal is right around the corner.
For experienced investors, these stories refresh our perspective and lift our spirit. They motivate us to get back out there and pursue that next deal.
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I bought a 5-bedroom, fixer-upper home in an old neighborhood that had $2,000 in back taxes owed on it. I paid 500 bucks for a quit claim deed, then sold
I found a 4-bedroom bank REO (real estate owned), with a full basement, 2 baths, 2-car attached garage, central air, a utility room attached to the garage with outside access
Last April, I purchased a foreclosure at a great price. I spent three months fixing it up looking great. Then I put it on the market. To make a long
I’ve found the Detroit real estate market to be a gold mine for smart investors. I purchased a home, 3-bedroom brick, from the bank for $6,500 put in another $2,500
I live in a small town in middle Tennessee with a population of about 4,000. I’ve been told it is difficult to find enough deals to survive in a town
This story has been a while in coming, so forgive me if I tend to be a tad bit wordy. Yes, the title wasn’t just a headline to get you
I sent out 250 postcards to out-of-state property owners in one zip code. Several people called back, and this one was an old 1955 Spartan mobile home in a “55
In my state, foreclosures are advertised in the “Legal Notices” section of the local newspaper, and they include the amount owed on the property. I was caught off guard last
I did three lease option deals in Alabama (although I live in California) in just a few months’ time with over $70,000 in equity! Deals #1 and #2 were bank