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Monday, July 27, 2009

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Monday, July 13, 2009

I'll Be Back. (said in Arnold Schwarzenegger-like voice)


I just wanted to write a quick post and let everyone know I'll be taking a brief blogcation (hehe) while we put the finishing touches on my shiny new blog.

Stay out of trouble while I'm away...



Friday, July 10, 2009

I Heart Peer Title.


I just wanted to write a quick post to reiterate the fact that my title company, (Peer Title), rocks.

Having to constantly deal with incompetence and laziness from listing agents, asset managers, and the bank's title companies, I can't tell you what a breath of fresh air it is to deal with a title company that doesn't suck.

I got an email from them this morning along with the preliminary HUD for the deal that I just got under contract (that isn't supposed to close until the 24th). The email said, "We are ready to close this deal whenever you are ready.."

They haven't even had the contract for 48 hours, and they are ready to close. God bless them.

I'm sure the bank's title company will do their very best to fuck everything up, but it's still nice to know that I have Peer on my side, ready to close the deal.

Amen to that.

If you're in the Tampa Bay area, and you need an investor-friendly title company, give Peer a call: 813.870.1614. I've been with them for almost 3 years, and have never once had them drop the ball. They ROCK.

And that's all I have to say about that.

10-4, over and out.

Have a great weekend, Blogosphere!

If you have any interest in securing private money to fund your real estate deals, set aside some time this weekend to watch Patrick and Trevor's free training videos. They are providing a TON of free, quality info, including a Q and A session that is almost 4 hours long, as well as the power point presentation that they use when approaching potential private lenders. Lots of good stuff in there...