More than Cashflow was honoured to be an award winning book in the 2014 International Book Awards.
American Book Fest announced the winners and finalists of THE 2014 INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS (IBA) on May 21, 2014. Over 300 winners and finalists were announced in over 80 categories. Awards were presented for titles published in 2012, 2013 and 2014.
Keen says of the awards, “The 2014 results represent a phenomenal mix of books from a wide array of publishers throughout the world. With a full publicity and marketing campaign promoting the results of IBA, this year’s winners and finalists will gain additional media coverage for the summer season.”
Keen adds, “IBA’s success begins with the enthusiastic participation of authors and publishers and continues with our distinguished panel of industry judges who bring to the table their extensive editorial, PR, marketing, and design expertise.”
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Nice properties in nice areas with good cash flow were getting harder and harder to find in my home town of Ottawa. Frustrated with the lack of inventory, I decided to look deeper into my native province, Saskatchewan, thousands of kilometers away.
At the time, a particular small town in Saskatchewan was hopping with work and had the highest average rent in the province. That really got my attention.
I realized years later that booming small towns can be a good place for investment, but you really need to know your market and what you are getting into.
It was …
The advantage is that you, the investor that puts the deal together, can earn a bit of upfront cash along with pocketing some monthly cashflow and profit when the final sale on the property occurs.
If you are able to pull it off, it really is a strategy where you can do real estate deals without going on title, without talking to a bank, …
“I’m interested in starting a real estate investment club – what should I do?”
That’s a question I’ve been asked many times from realtors and mortgage brokers who want to create more business for themselves, and new real estate investors who want to create a place to network and learn.
Since starting the Durham Real Estate Investing Club in 2008, I have a few tips that will help you to grow your club and help you avoid some of my earlier mistakes. (Note from Julie … this will also give you an idea of what kind of clubs to …
Our client was pretty upset. Before working with us, he had taken some training around rent to owns. He was told that tenants who choose their house for a rent to own are more committed and more likely to buy. When this family asked him to buy this house for them, he thought it was the perfect opportunity to …
Imagine you have $100,000 to invest in a deal. Who are you going to work with?
Meek Megan, who has slouched shoulders and lowered eyes, looking away from you frequently, saying:
“I know you’re busy so I want to thank you for taking time out of your day to meet with me. I would like to talk with you about borrowing $50,000. It’s for this deal I am working on. I …
Those are the sweet words that we all want to hear as investors.
Who hasn’t paced the room, checking their phone 20 times in 5 minutes, unable to focus on any conversation, just waiting for the seller’s counter offer?
Closing the deal and taking possession are exciting moments, but it is the negotiating of the deal that gets your adrenaline racing; The sheer happiness you feel as you jump for joy when the realtor calls with the news you have been waiting for. Or, facing the loss if a competing offer wins.
But, you can …
The sun and the wind were hanging out watching a man working in a field. They were bored so they decided to see who could get the guy to take his jacket off first.
The wind steps up and says “I am strong … you watch this”.
He blew as hard as he could. He huffed, puffed and gusted, but the guy actually zipped up his jacket and wrapped his arms around his body to hold the jacket tighter.
The sun smiled and said “I’ve got this.”
He pointed himself right …