NPR June 7, 2012 Generation Rent: Slamming Door Of Homeownership Neal Coleman and his wife, Rachel, are both in their 2012mid-20s and attend graduate school at Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. They say renting makes more sense for them and their young daughter until their family is a bit more settled. Taylor says she and […] . . .
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Oscoda Press State to sell 107 tax-foreclosed Iosco properties at auction July 3, 2012 LANSING MI – The will be 107 Iosco County parcels auctioned off during the Michigan Tax-Foreclosed Real Property Auction, to be held Tuesday, Aug. 14…All the parcels were forfeited after the owners failed to pay property taxes. Some of the properties […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ The following set of 10 emails is a conversation I had with a student. This is a typical conversation that I have with anyone who tries Coach Mitch’s Tax Delinquent Property “Ridiculously Simple System…”™ In this case, Cheryl is using Coach Mitch’s “famous $1 Option.”™ 1 From: Cheryl To: CoachMitch@CoachMitch.com Subject: Forms […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ I recently got a call from someone who wanted to speak about one of my products, Coach Mitch’s “famous $1 Option.”™. This person had gotten some other guru’s materials, had done what the guru said to do, but had not gotten good results. He was hoping that by using Coach […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ The concept of the Lease/Option is great. A renter signs a lease and also buys the option, the potential, to purchase the home. Tenants certainly do like the idea of being an owner. They are renting your home because they like it and the prospect of owning the home is […] . . .
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MSN.com 4/25/20 By MSN Money staff The best and worst states for taxes Where you live can make a big difference in how much you pay in taxes. States may use similar methods to fund their budgets — taxes on income, sales, property, fuel, alcohol, tobacco — but each does so its own way.There are […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ From time to time the question of licensure comes up, particularly from new clients. For every state, the answer is the same. Sent: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 6:09 PM To: Coach Mitch Subject: Real Estate/Realtor Law Idaho Hi Mitchell, I looked this info below up today, it sounds like I […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ In hard times, people try harder When economic times are hard, we are all trying harder to be creative, to be flexible, to make something out of nothing, or to stretch the little we have into something that can be used. I was trying to rent a house. It’s one of […] . . .
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Coach Mitch’s REFLECTIONS™ Real Estate Investing (REI) Investing in real estate may seem a natural place to invest because we are all familiar with housing. After all, we live in a home, we understand many of the issues related to a home, and we know what makes a home desirable and not so desirable. […] . . .
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