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Beware of the Wholesale Scam

 Every newbie investor hears that it is imperative to buy real estate “wholesale”, not retail.  The problem is, most newbies don’t know what a wholesale deal is, and there are a number of operators out there scamming newer investors with what they are representing as “wholesale” deals. Consider this a public service announcement and something […]

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Don’t Get Scammed by a Seller – Do an Inspection!

One question that seems to be commonly asked among those who are interested in real estate investment, particularly in flipping properties, is whether or not a real estate inspection is really necessary. The long and short answer to that question is absolutely and I will do my best to explain exactly why this is so. […]

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Beginner’s Guide: Scams to Avoid in Real Estate Investing by William Bronchick

For beginners, real estate investing is never a walk in the park. It has a lot of risks. There are numerous companies that sell property investments for novices but the question would strike you with the trust that they impose. This is a beginner’s investment guide for one to realize the things that he or […]

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Avoiding Real Estate Scams and Fraud by William Bronchick

There’s lots of real estate scams out there you have to be aware of.  Don’t get caught in one. 1. The Wholesale Scam. Investors prey on newbies with so-called “wholesale” deals that aren’t wholesale at all.  They give unreliable or inaccurate comps to bolster their BS ARVs.  Don’t rely on the seller for comps, Bronchick […]

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