Real Estate Training Worth Investing In – Scott Yancey Live Events

This attendee from San Francisco, Gordon Lloyd, was quoted as saying:

The training is definitely worth something investing in. It is confidence, knowledge, what to say, how to do it, and everything you need to know about investing.


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Gordon encourages anyone looking into investing in real estate to do the training.

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Scott is also an author for the Huffington Post and here is an introduction to one of his articles

Scott Yancey’s Top 10 Fix and Flip Deal Destroyers
I love real estate and I really love to fix up houses and flip them to other investors. Sometimes I have multiple buyers for a single house, and I’m just cleaning up the site and taking my profit to the bank! But, and this is a BIG BUT, make one or more of these top 10 deal destroyer mistakes and you’ll regret it. By destroy, I mean either keeping the deal from closing out, and/or wiping out a chunk or all of your profit.

DESTROYER #1 – Putting the Cart Before the Horse

Don’t have one or more buyers on your list that you know would have a more than passing interest in the property BEFORE you cut a deal to buy it. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve received calls from panicked new investors who got themselves into a deal by buying a property, but then they couldn’t get a buyer on the hook. The best case is that they just lose their earnest money; the worst would be a fixed-up house with nowhere to sell it and a pile of funding debt.
You always want a strong buyer list first, then you scope out deals and match them to potential buyers based on what they want, where they want it, and how much they’ll pay.

DESTROYER #2 – Where did that Lien Come From?… Read more here http://www.huffingtonpost.com/scott-yancey/the-top-10-fix–flip-deal_b_10445380.html?

This article has 10 great tips and if you just screw up on one of these the mistake could destroy your flip and take what should have been a profit into a loss.