Making Big Money Investing in Foreclosures by Peter Conti
Without Cash or Credit

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Life can be tough for real estate professionals these days. Even with interest rates at historically low levels, the uncertain economy makes homeowners hesitant to relocate or trade up. There just aren't that many clients out there, and the few who exist generate fierce competition. In fact, it seems the single ""hot area"" is foreclosures. But that's not necessarily bad news.

Conti and Finkel's book is a good ""crash course"" for real estate brokers and agents wanting to understand this area and explains the intricacies involved in funding investment deals, using various buying/closing methods and employing exit strategies. Thanks to the book as well as workshops and seminars offered by the two authors, thousands of people each year learn the art of lucrative real estate investing.


About Peter Conti

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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. Ex-auto mechanic turned real estate multi-millionaire, PETER CONTI and ex-Olympic level athlete turned real estate multi-millionaire DAVID FINKEL are two of the nation's leading real estate experts. Over the past 10 years their 100,000 students have literally bought and sold over $1 billion of real estate. Conti and Finkel have coauthored 15 real estate courses together and three other real estate bestsellers, including the Wall Street Journal and BusinessWeek bestseller Making Big Money Investing in Foreclosures Without Cash or Credit.
Published August 15, 2003 by Kaplan Business. 256 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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