In past blog posts, I introduced you to some real people who had amazing successes with their very first foreclosure deals. None of them was convinced at first that they could really do it, and each of them was astounded at the profits they made – each with an investment of just $10 for a contract.
I know you may be saying, “That’s all well and good, but I still don’t think it will work for me. My situation is different.”
Well, today, I’m going to address the most common reasons why people feel they have circumstances that will prevent them from making amazingly profitable foreclosure and probate deals.
I’m here to tell you that just about anyone can do this. No matter what your situation, with a little effort on your part, you can make great money from preforeclosure and probate homes.
Read this carefully, and take heart – no matter what the circumstances, just about anyone can make thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars from preforeclosure and probate deals by using my step-by-step methods.
Do either of the following sound like you?
“I don’t have any money to invest” (or, “I don’t want to risk my money”).
You don’t need to put any of your money at risk when you do a preforeclosure or probate deal. In fact, you barely need any money at all – just 10 dollars is all you’ll need to secure a deal.
“I have bad credit.”
Don’t worry – you don’t need good credit to be successful at preforeclosure or probate investing. These deals don’t require credit checks because you won’t need to take out any mortgage loans.
I could on and on with the excuses I have heard over the years from folks who did not think they could make money in real estate. The fact is, almost every real estate investor has had to start somewhere. There is no nationwide school that can teach investing because each real estate market is different from state to state. In fact, real estate markets vary widely from county to county — let alone an entire state! Next time you catch yourself making excuses about why you cannot become a successful investor, ask yourself this: Am I making another excuse while others are out there making their dreams into realities?