Making Big Money Investing in Real Estate: Without Tenants, Banks, or Rehab Projects

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Kaplan Publishing, May 10, 2002 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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For both beginners and seasoned investors, this book shows how to use a creative financing method to control a property and change the terms with which it is made available to a new buyer, increasing the value of the property and the profit for the investor. It offers step-by- step guidelines for fi

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User Review  - Jeremiah - Goodreads

If you lack discernment my friend then you've probably purchased this book thinking you are going to make it big in real estate investing. After you've been disappointed by trying to implement the ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

An ex-auto mechanic turned real estate millionaire, Peter Conti is one of the nation’s leading real estate experts. Over the past 10 years, his students have bought and sold over $500 million of property.  He is the co-author of How to Create Multiple Streams of Income Buying Homes in Nice Areas with Nothing Down, which was selected as one of the all-time top three investing books by the American Real Estate Investors Association. Over the past eight years, thousands of investors have attended his workshops and seminars.

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