CRE Online Newsletter--Great stuff! - Posted by Jeanne

Posted by Jeanne on May 02, 2007 at 14:00:55:


I agree. I asked Dan this last week and have not heard back. I forgot and published it. I’m waiting to hear from Dan and will amend the Success Story and post it here.


CRE Online Newsletter–Great stuff! - Posted by Jeanne

Posted by Jeanne on May 02, 2007 at 11:40:19:

We’ve put together a great Newsletter for you,
including a brand new Article, an inspiring Success
Story, and details on a brand new home study course that I
guarantee is like nothing you have EVER seen before.

Read the current issue of the "CRE Online Newsletter"
by going to:

This issue’s Feature Article:

“The Art of the ‘Blue Pen Flip’”

The rules have changed–It’s a down market in many
areas of the country. Investors are getting hit by
declining values and stuck with properties they can’t
give away for what they owe.

Learn about a completely unique way to flip properties
that protects your interest and requires little, if
any, out-of-pocket investment.

“The Blue Pen Flip”

If you haven’t yet discovered what it’s like to create
instant cash profits by flipping the paperwork–not
the houses, you’re missing out on one of the very best
ways to get paid as a real estate investor.

This is a completely new approach, unlike anything
you’ve ever seen in the past. This home study course
includes 20 lessons in all, as well as everything you
need to get your “Blue Pen Flip” business off the

Visitor Success Story:

“I Made $4,500 Flipping a House in Just Three Weeks”

This is a classic quick flip. And if $4,500 doesn’t
seem like a very large payday to you, consider that it
took about three hours of minimal work.

Find out how Dan Cassidy from Indianapolis, IN used
his smarts to lock up a deal and arrange a simultaneous
close with a local rehabber to make a fast, easy

So take a break, relax, and enjoy the tips, tools, and
profit-making information in this issue of the
CRE Online Newsletter:


JP Vaughan, Publisher
Creative Real Estate Online

Something doesn’t add up… - Posted by Jason (AL)

Posted by Jason (AL) on May 02, 2007 at 13:51:39:

How did Dan (from Indiana) make $4,500 on
his flip?
The story states that he had it under contract w/his seller for $28,000 and he flipped it to an investor/rehabber for $30,000.


“The Blue Pen Flip” by Joe Kaiser - Posted by Jeanne

Posted by Jeanne on May 02, 2007 at 11:43:50:

This is a completely new approach to flipping houses, unlike anything you’ve ever seen in the past.

Joseph M. Kaiser is a highly successful real estate investor who is a real doer. He is proud to be out, pounding the pavement nearly every single day, looking for the next bargain property to add to his investment portfolio.

Joe started investing in real estate in the mid-1980s and soon found his niche in foreclosures and lease options. He is the master at tracking down motivated sellers.

I’m really proud to have his brand, new course in our Online Catalog.

Thanks, Joe.


Re: Something doesn’t add up… - Posted by Brian_wa

Posted by Brian_wa on May 02, 2007 at 14:12:25:

I think he added inflation.