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Seminars in May and June
just no accounting for people's tastes. Recently McGraw-Hill
published my new book, "What Every Real Estate Investor
Needs to Know About Cash Flow..." I always wanted to
be rich and famous and wouldn't you know it -- I had to
settle for just famous.
not Britney-famous but apparently notorious enough to be
asked to do a series of seminars at Learning Annex venues
around the country. My long march starts in Minneapolis
on May 22, then New
York on June 3, followed by Los
Angeles on June 14, San
Diego on June 15 and San
Francisco on June 17.
be discussing the basics of choosing and evaluating an investment
property -- in particular, I'll be focusing on the financial
analysis of income-producing real estate. I'll be dealing
with some general issues about looking for an investment
property, then get into the nitty gritty of cash flow analysis,
value and rates of return.
If you would
like to attend (or want to inflict this on a colleague);
then either use the direct links above or go to http://learningannex.com.
Select the city; then use the pull down at the upper left
to select "real estate." Look for me.
- The Art of Negotiation and the "Flinch Factor"
As you probably know, we provide an extensive collection
of educational material at realdata.com.
Recently we added a new area to the "Learn" section
of our web site where we reprint selected articles authored
by our Dispatch readers.
We have a new
one this month by Troy Berg that I think you'll enjoy. Troy
is a communications expert. He looks at the negotiation
process and turns some conventional wisdom about that process
on its head. To view the article, go to realdata.com
and click on the "Learn" tab.
Resource: The Mortgage Professor
we try to find a useful and interesting site to tell you
about. This month I have one I really like. The Mortgage
Professor is the real deal. The author is professor of finance
emeritus at the Wharton School and his site contains the
most extensive collection of articles about mortgage financing
I've ever seen in one place. There is information about
type of mortgages, types of lenders, mortgage brokers, settlement
costs, using the Internet, credit issues -- that's barely
a sample of his table of contents. Go to the Learn page
and click on the featured resource link.
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