Why John Fedro Isn’t Flashy?

Now you have enough money to pay bill and begin to live fuller lives. In addition you may have some more free time to travel, work hard to take your significant others out of the rat-race, send your kids to a private school, pay your bills, donate to charity, take vacations, and reinvest time and money back into your real estate business.

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How to Find Mobile Home Parks?

Welcome back, One of the first Action Assignments I teach brand new mobile home investors is to go after the “lowest hanging fruit” with regards to mobile home sellers. These “low hanging fruit” represent the easiest and most profitable deals for you invest in within your target investing area. I aim to teach low cost…

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An Interview with John Fedro by Biggerpockets Founder

Find your why. All the successes and struggles I have achieved over my short life have been worth it. Do not let another average year go by without a change. Start your new life today.

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Determining the Value of Your Manufactured Home When Selling For Payments

This is probably not the vague answer you were looking for however this is good news for you, the buyers, and the sellers.

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Tony Robbins Predicting the Coming Real Estate Market

Welcome back, You very likely know who Tony Robbins is. In this 2 part video Tony predicts the future of the stock, economic, and real estate market. Keep in mind this information is simply something to consider. Watch the 20 minute video above. Some bullets to remember: The baby-boomers are like a pig going through…

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Mobile Home Closings Inside Mobile Home Parks

Unlike most forms of traditional real estate that require the chain of title be meticulously checked for correct ownership prior to closing, a free-and-clear mobile home within a mobile home park can forgo this cost/time and can close within minutes.

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Personal Property Trusts When Investing In Used Mobile Homes

The wording in the Trust Agreement is to protect the your Trustee just as much as the Beneficiary. Your Trustee is not liable for anything that happens on the property. In addition the “person” signing as Trustee is not the same person when he or she is not signing as Trustee. Example below:

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