Here’s a new video inside a Fix-n-Flip in Palm Desert CA, which is coming along very nicely. We purchased it a couple months ago, and we’re just about completed. While there weren’t too many problems with this property, there were some things we needed to do: tear down a couple of walls, seal up a door, jackhammer the fireplace… all of the demo for the kitchen, baths, and flooring… Doing a Fix-n-Flip takes a bit of time! But it’s a GREAT project, and we purchased it at a great price.

Stay tuned for the finished project in couple more weeks!!

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006: Attorney Lynda L. Sands Discusses Trusts, Part 2 [Podcast]

Trusts: Attorney Lynda Sands concludes her discussion of various types of trusts, asset protection, and privacy. This is CRITICAL information for all new and experienced real estate investors throughout the US!

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Here’s the conclusion of our discussion with Attorney Lynda Sands. Part 1 came out about a month ago. However, I attended the Tony Robbins’ Date With Destiny here in Palm Springs, where I screamed my voice out, and then we got into the holidays, and celebrated my birthday!  Sorry for the delay.

Another way for people to begin building their own capital: Wholesaling Real Estate- the process of placing a property under contract for purchase, and then assigning it to an end buyer for a higher amount than the contracted price. The is the assignment fee. So you’re ‘wholesaling’ the property to another investor.

A really powerful way to flip short-sale and REO homes is to use a Trust to Purchase the property!

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If you’d like to comment on this episode, please  scroll down to the comments section.  Feel free to ask a question, or even suggest a topic you want to know more about. Here are some of the people and companies that Lynda suggested in the interview:

Mark Warda – a Great book: Land Trusts for Privacy and Profit

Randy Hughes – Has a great course on Land Trusts

Ward Hanigan – Attorney, Foreclosures & 1031 Exchanges

Exiter – Serves as Trustee for Land Trusts

Equity Holding Company – Serves as Trustee for Land Trusts

Bill Gatten – Another course on Land Trusts


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005: Attorney Lynda L. Sands Discusses Trusts, Part 1 [Podcast]

Today’s episode is an interview on the use of trusts with attorney Lynda Sands.  If you’re not familiar with the use of trusts as a real estate investor, you DO NOT want to miss this!

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We begin with Listener Questions.  This is YOUR chance to participate in the conversation, to get your questions answered, or maybe get some feedback on a deal. You can also suggest a topic that you’re interested in learning about.

Today’s question was from Kimberly Rushing at White Feather Investments in San Bernardino, CA. You can find them here at

Now, a couple of questions for you, the listeners:

  1. What’s the biggest reason for NOT having your properties in individual Trusts – is it the perceived cost, time, or perhaps you don’t know who to go to that will effectively teach you what you need to know?
  2. If you do have a trust, do you have it named correctly?

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The interview with Lynda discussed the history of trusts, the various types of trusts, and the different people involved in making a trust.

You can find more about Lynda here: and here:

In last episode, I said I was going to provide a few tips on getting capital of your own, but because this interview went longer than I expected, we didn’t have time this week.  I’ll make sure to get it into episode 006.

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Finally, If you’d like to comment on this episode, please  scroll down to the comments section. Feel free to leave a comment, ask a question, or suggest a topic you want to know more about.

Thanks again for listening, we’ll be back next week with part 2 of the interview with Lynda Sands. And – Keep Moving Forward, my friends! :)