What was your hardest deal is a question being asked over at Bigger Pockets. We tuned into the conversation which is fascinating.
Real estate investors are sharing some of their war stories such as the one where an investor was buying a waterfront property valued at $1.2 million and the owner had mortgages totally around $900,000.
The first mortgage for over $600,000, was being foreclosed upon and to summarize, the investor ended up having to bid for it on auction because the owner had gone bankrupt and…
You can probably guess the rest of the story but it’s entertaining nevertheless.
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