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Owner Financing Case Study

By Mitch Stephen / April 1, 2019 / Comments Off on Owner Financing Case Study

ACQUISITION: – I use private money to buy my houses – I pay my Private Lenders 8% interest only 5 yrs. NOTE: Bank money is 4% to 6% but you’ll sign a personal guarantee. – This private loan is a NON-RECOURSE loan…collateral only loan…no personal guarantee. There’s even ways to get 0% loans: go to REInvestorSummit.com…

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200+ Ways to Find Bargain Properties Mitch Stephen

By Mitch Stephen / March 27, 2019 / Comments Off on 200+ Ways to Find Bargain Properties Mitch Stephen

My Life & 1000 Houses: 200 + Ways to Find Bargain Properties Order Your New Copy Now $29.99: Click Here How Do You Find Great Deals on Houses? This is far and away the most popular question of the day. In the pages of my New Book I give examples of how I’ve found bargain…

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Creating wealth is a serious responsibility

By Mitch Stephen / March 10, 2019 / Comments Off on Creating wealth is a serious responsibility

For millions of Americans, their retirement money is some out of sight – out of mind account that they will use at some distant point in the future and sadly, before they realize it that day will be here with the disastrous consequences of having more life than money! What about yourself?  You see every day you delay can…

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200+ Ways to Find Bargain Properties Mitch Stephen Publication

By Mitch Stephen / February 20, 2019 / Comments Off on 200+ Ways to Find Bargain Properties Mitch Stephen Publication

My Life & 1000 Houses: 200 + Ways to Find Bargain Properties Order Your Autographed Copy Now $29.99: Click Here How Do You Find Great Deals on Houses? This is far and away the most popular question of the day. In the pages of my New Book I give examples of how I’ve found bargain…

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Tap into your retirement money now, completely tax free

By Mitch Stephen / February 9, 2019 / Comments Off on Tap into your retirement money now, completely tax free

Far too many people regard their retirement plan as some out of sight – out of mind savings account to be tapped into at some unknown time in the future. So, they buy into the “let er ride ” philosophy promoted by Wall Street, big banks and the even bigger insurance companies. Were you aware…

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