This attendee from San Francisco, Gordon Lloyd, was quoted as saying:
The training is definitely worth something investing in. It is confidence, knowledge, what to say, how to do it, and everything you need to know about investing.
Gordon encourages anyone looking into investing in real estate to do the training.
Tweet from Scott:
— Scott Yancey (@Scott_Yancey) September 10, 2016
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Scott is also an author for the Huffington Post and here is an introduction to one of his articles
Scott Yancey’s Top 10 Fix and Flip Deal Destroyers
I love real estate and I really love to fix up houses and flip them to other investors. Sometimes I have multiple buyers for a single house, and I’m just cleaning up the site and taking my profit to the bank! But, and this is a BIG BUT, make one or more of these top 10 deal destroyer mistakes and you’ll regret it. By destroy, I mean either keeping the deal from closing out, and/or wiping out a chunk or all of your profit.
DESTROYER #1 – Putting the Cart Before the Horse
Don’t have one or more buyers on your list that you know would have a more than passing interest in the property BEFORE you cut a deal to buy it. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve received calls from panicked new investors who got themselves into a deal by buying a property, but then they couldn’t get a buyer on the hook. The best case is that they just lose their earnest money; the worst would be a fixed-up house with nowhere to sell it and a pile of funding debt.
You always want a strong buyer list first, then you scope out deals and match them to potential buyers based on what they want, where they want it, and how much they’ll pay.
DESTROYER #2 – Where did that Lien Come From?… Read more here http://www.huffingtonpost.com/scott-yancey/the-top-10-fix–flip-deal_b_10445380.html?
This article has 10 great tips and if you just screw up on one of these the mistake could destroy your flip and take what should have been a profit into a loss.