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07/22/2014
Remember What You Are Working For
Sometimes, in the thrill of the next deal and the next and next, we lose sight of what we are really working for.  This little story will help to remind you that a simply life with less work = freedom to do what you want to do, when you want to do it
07/06/2014
The Option Solution
An Option is a marvelous tool that reduces risk while passing on to the holder most of the benefits that can be obtained from leveraged real estate. An Option can be used to pass on tax-free cash to a high-bracket seller, or to enable another seller to be able to cash out a personal primary residence tax free.
07/05/2014
Make Every Day a Payday
Some people can afford to specialize, only dealing with a single kind of property, but I never felt that I could afford to pass up any opportunity with any kind of property, real or personal.  This way I could make offers to anyone on anything in hopes of making a profit.
07/03/2014
Keys to Buying with Creative Financing
"Creative Financing" is a phrase that describes terms that aren't available from institutional financing. By definition then, except for deals made between professionals, creative financing depends upon financing provided by a motivated seller.
05/24/2014
Why Do Some People Always Seem to Win While Others Fail?

Is there some magic ingredient, some mystical force that creates good fortune for some and not for others?  I believe there is.  That's the bad news.  The good news is that it can be captured and used by anyone who wants it.  What is it?  Where is it?  Read this article to find out...

05/15/2014
How Do Entrepreneurs Get Started?
I was a salaried employee living off my wages for half of my adult life. Even though I'd tried my hand at several ventures during that period, I couldn't figure out how full-time entrepreneurs could take such risks to earn a living. I didn't have enough money to buy a franchise; and couldn't imagine being able to support a family without a wage-paying job. I confess I was afraid to take the chance to cut loose from my paycheck. Suddenly, with fifteen minutes warning, I got fired. I discovered that I had few career choices. At age 40, these boiled down to working for less pay, or becoming an entrepreneur. I took the plunge.
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