Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ I recently had a great conversation with an Army Sergeant, parts of which I will relate, with her permission. This Army Sergeant has gotten several real estate investing programs and has been studying real estate investing for a while, but she has not pulled the trigger. This conversation illustrates part of […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ Editor’s Note: The other day I got a good question from a wannabe real estate investor. I always try to help. It is especially important to help those who have tried something and didn’t get the results that they had hoped for. Most don’t try at all, some try once, and if […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ In order to satisfy a seller, I was asked by a student how to put together a transaction when the tax delinquent owner wants to stay in the home. The typical property I encourage students to seek are those properties with no liens or small liens, i.e. mortgages, judgements, etc. In this manner, […] . . .
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[Ed.] This is part of a story from the Lubavitcher Rebbe Imagine a group of people contemplating a piano. They have never seen or heard of a piano in their lives, nor, for that matter, any other musical instrument – they live in a world in which the very concept of music is unknown. “It’s […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ [Editor’s Note] A student asks about structuring a promissory note. Coach Mitch, Hypothetical scenario, when a tax delinquent homeowner agrees to transfer the property’s responsibility to me, title included, how should a promissory note be structured? Should the amount of the note be the tax amount that has been paid by the […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ Affirmations are a great tool Any business is hard. There are many issues that we must overcome to be successful in a consistent way. Dealing with people who are behind in their property taxes takes a special talent. If you don’t think that you have all the talents necessary then one […] . . .
Read More: Affirmations make investing in tax liens and tax deeds a lot easier. Post 202
Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ This is the essence of a coaching training that I had with a student after he had made a presentation. The Examples are real; the “You” in the Examples are what the student actually said. Saying too much is bad. Giving too much info does harm and gains little or nothing. […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ I was speaking with a student and some of the conversation might be of service to you. After hearing some of the student’s story, I tried to show how the bad memories can now be used for a good purpose. CoachMitch: You’re absolutely an inspiration. Not many people have the ability […] . . .
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THE BOTTOM LINE on NBCNEWS.com Cities where homes cost less than a car July 23, 2012 Wheels or digs? For the price of a Chrysler 300, a person could buy a house in Flint, Mich. For many Americans, homeownership is the epitome of living the American dream. Yet, in towns with high tumbling home prices […] . . .
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dailygazette.com Woman facing foreclosure fights tax lien sale policies Kathleen Moore 6/17/12 Schenectady NY: A woman who owns her home outright is in danger of losing it because she fell behind on her taxes when she lost her job. Linda Hart, of Linda Lane, is being foreclosed upon by American Tax Funding even though she […] . . .
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