209 Fast Spare-Time Ways to Build Zero Cash into 7 Figures a Year in Real Estate

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 26, 2004 - Business & Economics - 271 pages
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More fortunes are built in real estate on borrowed money than in any other business. And you can build your fortune in real estate using borrowed money too-if you follow the advice and tips in this book.

Whether you're making your first foray into real estate investing or have invested for a number of years, 209 Fast Spare-Time Ways to Build Zero Cash into 7 Figures a Year in Real Estate will show you how to acquire income-producing real estate and build your wealth by using borrowed money. Long-time real estate advisor Tyler Hicks offers proven strategies and real-world examples to illustrate how much MIF-Money in Fist-you can realistically earn by investing in real estate.

A valuable guide for new, experienced, or affluent real estate investors, 209 Fast Spare-Time Ways to Build Zero Cash into 7 Figures a Year in Real Estate covers all the bases, from finding loans to hiring an accountant and an attorney to help with the business. Letters from individuals who have successfully followed the strategies outlined in this book are also included to help you understand exactly what you must do to make this plan work for you.

Filled with in-depth insights and practical advice, 209 Fast Spare-Time Ways to Build Zero Cash into 7 Figures a Year in Real Estate discusses important real estate topics-including creative financing, acquiring single-family homes, and becoming a private lender client-to allow you to make the most of your investments in real estate.
 

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Contents

Build Your Real Estate Wealth on Other Peoples Money
1
How to Base Your Real Estate Riches on Borrowed Money
25
Start Your Real Estate Empire Without Using Any of Your Own Cash
53
Bootstrap Your Way to Your Real Estate Cash
75
Use SingleFamily Homes for Your Quick Real Estate StartUp
93
Where to Find Money for Your Real Estate Wealth Building
121
Creative Financing of Your Real Estate Fortune
145
Find and Use Unique and Unusual Funding Sources
171
Use Sellers Having BuiltIn Funding for Your Deals
189
Count Your Way to Your Real Estate Wealth
205
Turn Your Real Estate Holdings into Your Private Bank
215
Save Time and Build Your Real Estate Fortune Faster
229
Useful Real Estate Books Reports Training Courses and Newsletters for Beginning and Experienced Wealth Builders
255
Index
265
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TYLER G. HICKS is a long-time real estate advisor and director of a large lending organization that has made millions of dollars in real estate loans. Hicks has also written several books on real estate investing, including How to Make Big Money in Real Estate.

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