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THE COMMON MAN'S GUIDE TO UNCOMMON RICHES

eBook (PDF), 171 Pages
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Besides teaching you to win online auctions, how to buy and sell antiques and collectibles for top dollar, I tell you where to buy a home for under $10,000. with little or zero down. Own your own home in under a year. Isn't that the ultimate in the Great American dreams! Too many people are getting depressed paying a thirty year mortgage on a home they will never own. Why not buy two or three, fix them up, then rent them out? Or sell them for a profit. This is real. And it doesn't cost you hundreds of dollars and/or hours enduring some stupid seminar. You owe it to yourself to get out of the rut you are in. And don't forget, I will also teach you about selling (or buying) antiques and collectibles online, in regular auctions, newspapers, etc. How much is that worth? Opportunity knocks. What are you waiting for? As long as you sincerely want to get ahead, you can. So stop playing games with your future and make it happen. What excuse will you use now?
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Product Details

Edition
B & W
Publisher
John Atkins
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
171
File Format
PDF
File Size
2.51 MB
Product ID
17492193

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Printable? Yes
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