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Review of Multifamily Millions by Dave Lindahl

March 26th, 2009 · 6 Comments

Tweet This book by Dave Lindahl is about repositioning Apartment buildings. This is truly one of the better books on real estate investing that I have read. While its primary focus in multi-family buildings, it has tremendous value for single family home investors also. Dave Lindahl got his start renovating single family properties and doing […]

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Tags: Advanced tips · Beginner · Books · Landlording · real estate

Free Webinar How to Invest in Real Estate With Your IRA

March 22nd, 2009 · 1 Comment

Tweet How do I invest in this volatile market? Are you wondering how to invest in this changing market? Have you seen your savings and investments decline? Are you paralyzed and unsure what to do with your investments even as you see them wither away to nothing? Crab Properties, LLC has arranged a free online […]

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Tags: Advanced tips · real estate · Success & Wealth Building

Intern Wanted for 2009 Tax Sale

March 19th, 2009 · 3 Comments

Tweet Do you want to learn how to invest in tax sales?  Do you want to learn the best neighborhoods to invest in Baltimore City? Which neighborhoods are the good the bad and the ugly? Do you want personal mentoring and all you investing questions answered?   If so contact us. Crab Properties, LLC is […]

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Tags: Advanced tips · Beginner · real estate · Tax Liens

Webinar Teaser

March 7th, 2009 · No Comments

Tweet Mark your calendars for Wednesday March 25.  We will be having a webinar at 8:00 pm.  Arkad Group, LLC  will offer a presentation on investing in apartment buildings and a special guest will give a presentation on an unexpected source of funds to do that investing.

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Tags: Advanced tips · real estate

Fannie Mae Revises Guidelines

February 18th, 2009 · 2 Comments

Tweet Fannie Mae will now allow up to 10 mortgages per investor. Effective March 1, 2009 Fannie Mae will increase the number of mortgages allowed per investor to ten. This is up from the current limit of four. This new guideline applies to one to four unit properties. Fannie Mae cites the importance of investors […]

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Tags: Advanced tips · real estate

2009 Baltimore City Tax Sale Announced

February 12th, 2009 · 86 Comments

Tweet ! ! ! Update: see 2011 Tax Sale Announced ! ! ! The Baltimore City has announced that the date of their annual sale of tax lien certificates is scheduled for Monday May 18, 2009. Other important dates for tax sale bidders. Wednesday, March 11, 2009. Properties that are delinquent will be listed in […]

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Tags: Advanced tips · real estate · Success & Wealth Building · Tax Liens · Uncategorized

Why Would You Ever Foreclose on Yourself?

November 11th, 2008 · 8 Comments

Tweet Perusing the web recently, I found a post about the Anne Arundel Tax sale. It reminded me of something you will sometimes see at a live tax auction. Anne Arundel’s tax lien sale instructions say that if someone is there to “clear the family title” they should speak up and others are asked not […]

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Tags: Advanced tips · real estate · Tax Liens

What is a Tax Sale?

May 22nd, 2008 · 25 Comments

Tweet What is a Tax Sale? After writing the previous post, Tax Sale Results part 1 I realized that some readers may not know what a tax sale is, so I will give a brief description and then the results. The bulk of the income for most municipalities is property taxes. To encourage people to […]

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Tags: Advanced tips · real estate · Tax Liens

What is a Receiver?

April 9th, 2008 · 5 Comments

Tweet In the fight against blight, former Baltimore Mayor Martin O’Malley instituted project 5000, where the goal was to acquire 5000 houses and sell them to investors and home owners. Most of these properties were acquired through tax foreclosures. These houses were sometimes sold as packages to developers or as SCOPE properties (Selling City Owned Properties […]

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Tags: Advanced tips · Law and Regulations · real estate