To Flip OR Not To Flip? Post 231

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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™   The best real estate investing conversations Experienced real estate investors offer terrific input. They have a body of experience that I can learn from. When I share my own experiences from the past; since enough time has elapsed, I will often be able to have additional insight into the situation. In […] . . .

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Editor’s Note: Harry Dent is a long time, well-respected financial researcher. He recently sent out a sales letter for his newsletter. The original article is fairly long, but I’ve taken what I think is the essence of the message and offered it to you. I then make my own recommendations. If history has taught us […] . . .

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A Serious Government Property Tax Mess. Post 225


Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™   Editor’s Note: The government has done it again; it has created a serious government property tax mess. This article illustrates the crassness and silliness of governments’ thinking, i.e. that government is the be all and end all; that it can manipulate the circumstances to achieve anything it wants and anything that you get […] . . .

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To do rentals or to not do rentals, that is the question? Post 220


Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™   In a recent forum discussion within MrLandlord.com the topic was: Who won’t you rent to… ? Question: Other than the obvious (can’t afford, eviction history) are there any groups/career fields you won’t rent to? And why? There were lots of answers, here’s a list. 1. Property manager 2. Military 3. Parents of […] . . .

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What is your late payment rental policy? Post 218


Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™   On a landlording site an interesting question got a lot of response. The Question What is your policy toward on time rental payment? Do you have a Zero Tolerance, ZT, for late rental payments, or do you work with the tenants and their situation? To be Late Payment Tolerant or Not […] . . .

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Fast Talking Tax Lien Sellers Post 217


Craigslist: FL Tax Lien On Sale 10/7/2015 Legal Notice — Florida Tax Lien Sales — Daily News You can invest in tax lien certificates from anywhere in the world. When you own a tax lien certificate, you have a certain right on the property, but you don’t own the property yet. Tax year is […] . . .

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62,000 Tax Foreclosures in Detroit. Post 214


Mass Tax Foreclosure Threatens Detroit Homeowners AP March 30, 2015 Homeowners sit … waiting for their cases to be heard to avoid foreclosure from tax debts in Detroit on Jan. 29. This year, Wayne County officials sent out 62,000 foreclosure notices to city homeowners behind on property taxes. In Detroit, tens of thousands of people […] . . .

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Coach Mitch's Best Landlording Ideas. Post 212


Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ I read Mr. Landlord. Recently a good question was posed: What changes have you made in your rental business in the last three years? I list my suggestions first and have cherry picked many of the others. There’s a lot of good stuff here. When I ran a large Real Estate Investors […] . . .

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City criminalizes landlords. Post 211


Schenectady Gazette NY City cracks down on landlords who miss inspections The crackdown on apartment inspections has begun. Using public documents, city building inspectors have made a list of properties likely to be rented out. Starting with the Union Street area, they sent out 120 letters this week to the owners of those properties. In […] . . .

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Caveat-Emptor: $200k in worthless government tax lien certificates. Post 203


NorthJersey.com Friday January 24, 2014 PATERSON — A father and daughter are suing the city claiming they were sold more than $200,000 in worthless tax lien certificates for a non-existent property, homes on which taxes were never in arrears and a piece of land where a school is being built. “These liens should never have […] . . .

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