How to Invest in Real Estate With No Money

Do you struggle to find the money to do deals?

Are you nervous about asking family and friends to borrow their retirement funds?

Have you tried EVERYTHING?… and NOTHING seems to work?

Are you excited about the opportunities in this Real Estate market, but just need some money to do deals?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, you are in the right place!

I once was a struggling Real Estate Investor too. I got started in 1993 and immediately realized that if I was going to make it in the real estate investing world I needed quick and easy access

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How To Sell A Wholesale Real Estate Deal FAST

Learn my 15 step process for selling wholesale real estate FAST! Discover secrets to finding cash buyers, negotiating good deals & what contract to use for quick cash!

You are so close!

If you are reading this, there is a good probability that you have a property under contract and now you need to know how to sell a house fast.


You are in the process of investing in real estate and you can just about taste a deal coming.

Either way, you are in the right place to

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8 Simple Rules for Making Offers on Houses That Are “Bank-Owned”

Bank deals are different than private seller deals.

Banks scrutinize your offer much more closely… but there is good news!


Banks (specifically “REO” departments) do a lot of deals. They are in the trenches every day and get “blown off” all the time.

Because of this they are systematic in their approach…

Their “BS meters” are finely tuned…

You are not going to get away with anything.

You MUST do a double closing because they forbid contract assignments, whereas in a

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7 Step Guide to Making an Offer On a House

In this article I’m going to look at making offers on houses that are owned by private sellers – as opposed to bank sellers.

One of the biggest issues investors have when doing deals is with the process of making an offer on a house.

They are taught to add contingencies or “weasel clauses” when they make an offer, like “subject to partner’s approval”.

However, I have a strong difference of opinion…

You see… if you put yourself in the seller’s shoes, you can easily understand why contingencies in a contract don’t make sense.

Let’s think about it…

If you

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