Bad news for real estate investors! Diversify or die in 2011!

So I’m sorry to be the bearer of bad news today but there’s some data I have in my hands that I must reveal to you. Read this carefully please. *Short Sale flips are tougher to do than ever. There simply aren’t enough people who can get bank loans to “cash you out” once you get your short sale approval from the bank. Plus title companies are very strict on disclosing back to back flips to both the “A” and “C” lenders. Anyone who’s an active short sale flipper knows this is getting tougher to do. *Rehab flips are tougher to do than ever. Title problems and “robo-signing” scandals have tainted the title to many properties and caused uncertainty about the quality of title when buying an REO. *Buyers must have a 700+ credit score on average to qualify for a FHA loan plus a down payment. This means there are less buyer’s to “cash you out” using FHA loans. *Most leads that you will generate into your real estate business will be houses with little or no equity. So if you are an “equity” wholesaler you will have trouble getting "equity" leads in 2011. My prediction is that this is just 5% of the deals I'll do in 2011. *80 -100 million people – roughly 30% of our entire population cannot qualify for a traditional bank loan. Cool thing is there's a "golden opportunity" that's been created because of tighter bank lending standards. *Credit is expected to tighten in 2011, not loosen, according to Inside Mortgage Finance magazine. *10.7 million home owners have no equity according to CoreLogic. *Another 4.3 million have very little equity. They are 87% - 100% leveraged. *The FHA short refi program has helped just 3 people in 4 months. Just ask the FHA. They will confirm. *52% of all HAMP loan modifications “fall out” within 6 months. Just ask Obama. He knows. So where are the investment opportunities in 2011? What can you do about this and still be a successful investor in 2011? My answer: Go where the money is and diversify into strategies that do not require banks at all. In fact I’m so excited about this opportunity that I set aside time on January 5th at 9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific to teach you all about it. Register here. http://instantcashinfusion.com Here’s the best part of what I’ll be showing you: *There are 4 simple, fast, safe and easy ways for you to make money that don’t require any banks whatsoever. *You can profit from every type of property. Houses with equity, houses with no equity and no default (which are most common) and overleveraged houses in foreclosure( (short sales). *The investment strategies are proven. My students and I have been using these strategies since 2004. Just now in late 2010 and 2011 are they really going to “blast off” for you and me because of the current state of the financial markets. *You get paid within 60 days. Often in as little as 16 days. No waiting for 7 months to get a short sale approved and flipped or a house rehabbed and sold. *You get paid between $500 to $20,000 up front. *There is one set of paperwork you use to execute all 4 techniques. *With one of these techniques there is three ways to make money. You can make some cash now (between $500 to $20,000), cash flow each month (between $100 to $1,000) and then cash out down the road (between $7,000 and $40,000) without ever owning the home. *These leads are everywhere and require little to no marketing costs on your part to obtain. As I said earlier they are the most common lead type I get into my business. In fact, in the past, I used to throw these away. Not anymore. *This is the easiest, fastest way to make money in real estate with no money, bad credit, and no loans for you or your buyers. So position yourself and your business for massive success in 2011 without any banks, FHA loans, private money or government programs using 4 “Instant Cash Infusion” strategies. Register here for my “Tell All” presentation. http://instantcashinfusion.com Happy New Years, Josh P.S. I personally think the jokers at Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and FHA are not all bad guys. They just are in over their heads. A recent Fannie Mae study showed 54% of the people surveyed want to buy a home in 2011. They realize there are lower prices than ever out there. Problem is with the current Fannie and Freddie and FHA guidelines they simply won’t qualify. So how are you going to use this to your advantage? Register for this “no banks allowed" presentation to find out. It starts Wednesday Jan 5th at 9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific http://instantcashinfusion.com
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