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208 pages. Softcover. Good condition. REAL ESTATE. Veteran remodeling contractor Dodge Woodson, a man moved from tenant status to a position of control of real estate assets worth more than $4 million, shows how anyone can enjoy high income/low risk results rehabilitating residential properties. Includes an Index. (Key Words: Real Estate, Dodge R. Woodson, Housing Rehabilitation, Homes, Investment, Property, Financing, General Contractor, Improvements).
Very Good- This is a large book and is not eligible for Priority, Air or International under standard fees. Upper fore corner of front cover and few few pages are bent upward, else very minor wear on the clean, sound binding. Lower fore corners of first few pages are very lightly bumped. Otherwise contents are clean and unworn.; 8-1/2 x 10-3/4", 208pp. The PAPER COVER is about the weight of posterboard. TECHNICAL. "Outlines the appropriate strategies to use in undertaking 'white collar' rehab projects (for those who prefer not to do any construction work themselves). Woodson describes what to look for in high profit/low risk ventures...how to select and inspect properties that will yield the desired results...how to handle negotiations...indentifies alternative financing options...and explains how to work with brokers and investors. He also points out the kinds of propeties to avoid, situations where the element of risk outweighs the opportunity for profit...covers preparing the proprety for sale, when to use a broker, financing options...how to act as the general contractor, how to control out-of-pocket costs, how to determine the 'highest and best use' for the property, how to secure free or nearly free improvement money-even how to recognize how much improvement is too much. " Glossary. Index. Checklists, forms, sample documents.
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