Some investors believe they NEED to see a property in person in order to pull the trigger & purchase it. Here’s why that couldn’t be farther from the truth.
Author David Greene
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A deal in 5 minutes? I promise, I’m not crazy! What I hope you take from this is that you CAN analyze a rental very quickly if you know what you’re doing.
I have come to love this logic and I’ve found myself following it in almost every area of my life. Still, when I first heard it, it seemed counterintuitive.
I recently had the opportunity to learn from Robert Kiyosaki himself. Here’s the advice he gave for surviving hard economic conditions.
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