Time to do a deal for convention money… - Posted by HR
Posted by HR on January 09, 2002 at 20:12:24:
All you folks sitting on the proverbial post, thinking if this is all for real or for you, why don’t you try this?
Why don’t you do one wholesale flip between now and the convention, so that you can attend for free?
Let’s see what you will need. Let’s say $250 for plane, $1000 for convention and food, $500 for courses. Hmmmm, that’s a total of $1750. I suggest you also get Lumley’s book, 5 Magic Paths to Making a Fortune in RE ($15) and Steve C.'s flipping course ($200?). So let’s say you are going to need $2000.
All you need to do is put one good deal under contract, and then assign that contract for $2000 and, presto, you have your convention money. As a rehabber, I’d pay a guy/gal 2k easy for a good deal.
See, good deals are hard to find. If someone found one and their analysis was correct, I’d buy it in a heartbeat.
How do you get started? Read the articles here on flipping, search the archives, buy the book, post questions. You can do it. Others have in the past, despite their fears and denials.
So: are you ready to get started the simple, easy way, or are you still gonna be sitting on the fence? You got time, now, to find the deal and flip it, by March. Ready?
I bet Steve C. (and many of the other pros) would be happy to help you as you try. I’m sure they would; they are a happy bunch. Heck, I’ll even buy you a beer at the bar to congratulate your start (if Fernandez doesn’t drink it all again this year).
It’s now or never.
Why not choose now?
PS. A 2k flip is pathetically easy. Don’t make this out to be harder than it really is.