Hamilton, OH (PRWEB) August 6, 2007
http://www.shortsalequeen.com/SSQ3day.htm. Forget what the press is saying about a nose-diving housing market. That's the advice the Short Sale Queen, Deb McMillan, is giving real estate investors. That's because her powerful buying strategies have managed to put cash into her pocket time and time again, regardless of the existing market trends. Now, she brings the secrets to her short sales success to the public with a three-day intensive boot camp she has dubbed "The Nuts and Bolts of Short Sales." Slated for August 24-26, this information-packed event is being held at the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Airport Holiday Inn. To ensure all participants walk away with the tools they need to achieve financial freedom, registration is limited to 100 attendees. For more information on the short sales boot camp or to sign up for the event, visit http://www.shortsalequeen.com/SSQ3day.htm.
Just last week, The Associated Press reported that "rates on 30-year mortgages dipped slightly...as evidence grew of more troubles in the slumping housing market." The news report went on to state, "Various reports this week showed that the slump in housing...was continuing...and one of the nation's biggest mortgage lenders reported a sharp drop in profits for the second quarter because of rising loan defaults."
Indeed, foreclosure rates are at a 35-year high. Contrary to popular wisdom, however, economic situations like these are the best times for investors and homeowners to buy. That's because financial institutions want to get the growing number of foreclosed properties they're dealing with off their backs. That's where the short sale strategy can be maximally leveraged.
The Short Sale Queen, Deb McMillan explains, "One of the best ways to acquire houses at a deep discount is during the pre-foreclosure phase. That is, before they go to the sheriff sale or auction." The beauty in that principle is that the buyers of these properties can do just about anything with them. If they so choose, they can fix them up and resell them, or they can do almost nothing yet still resell them for more than they paid. The best way to optimize one's profits, she continues, is through a short sale, or by "negotiating deep discounts with the banks before buying."
The strategy sounds simple enough, and it is … if one knows how to go about it. That's what "The Nuts and Bolts of Short Sales" three-day boot camp is designed to teach. In addition to Deb McMillan, other industry experts will share their insider secrets to getting the best real estate deals. This 72-hour event affords real estate investors the unique opportunity to network with other experts and to tap into their financially successful brains.
Judy Nichols, the programming director and vendor chair of the Real Estate Investors Association of Greater Cincinnati and one of the attendees at the previous boot camp, had this to say about the experience: "Deb McMillan's workshop intensive was a fabulous investment. The quality of the proven - but little known - information, together with the Deb's integrity, makes [for] an unbeatable combination. I would recommend Deb's boot camp to anyone who wants to know more about short sales to get deep discounts from banks."
For more information on "The Nuts and Bolts of Short Sales" intensive three-day boot camp, contact Deb McMillan at (513) 820-2449. To see what benefits can be derived from attending, visit the event online at http://www.shortsalequeen.com/SSQ3day.htm.
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