Why listen to me?

In 1987, I began buying and selling foreclosure and probate homes. Over the years, I’ve found that it was possible to be highly successful at real estate investing, whether the economy was sunny or bleak, and whether the real estate market was booming or bleeding.

I continue to be excited about the huge profits to be made in these areas of real estate investing in all types of markets. After all, I am an active investor and I flip houses regularly!

For example, on July 12, 2012, I flipped a single family home that I found using one of my probate techniques. I made a net profit of $86,055 on this deal.

I am still out here flipping foreclosure and probate homes. I have been busy making money with these sorts of properties throughout the economic downturn. I’d like to show you exactly how YOU can do the same.

About Lance

Lance Young's expertise in real estate investing is grounded in more than 19 years of independent real estate deals and mentoring of novice investors. His first success came with buying and selling preforeclosure houses. Later, he made tremendous profits in the probate house market. In 1996, Lance wrote down what he had learned in a one-of-a-kind, step-by-step program for beginners and seasoned investors that shows how to make money buying preforeclosure and probate houses. The programs are updated frequently to fit the changing real estate market. His investing techniques require just a $10 contract deposit and 10 hours a week finding the most profitable opportunities. Testimonials from his students show that with no experience, people have made first-time profits of $11,000, $31,000 and even $80,000 just by following his simple guidelines. Through his web site, PropertyForeclosure.com, Lance Young has shared his simple, yet powerful investing methods with thousands of students while continuing as an active investor himself. His motto is: To teach others to become successful, you must keep your hand in and practice what you preach.
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