Are We Living in the Worst of Times?

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Hi folks,

I hope you enjoyed your weekend! I know I sure did. It was very relaxing. Went to Starbucks and read a book. Took my dog, Rocky, for a walk. Went out for a nice dinner. Watched the movie Office Space and was reminded of the old days when I used to have a job (I can laugh about it now!). Took a long nap on the sofa. Ahhh!

After such a relaxing weekend, I started today fully charged and ready to tackle a week full of excitement and opportunity!

But when I got to the office this morning, I made a big mistake. I pulled up CNNMoney.com (even though I promised I never would again) and saw negative headline after negative headline. Some of them were discussing the crisis on Wall Street, and others bemoaned the rising foreclosure rates.

After getting frustrated with the scare tactics of the media (again!), I switched over to my email account to find the following message from Jack Hockman. Jack recently bought the Advanced Short Sale System. His email read:

“Thank you for providing such wonderful tools. We were only able to structure this deal after we became familiar with your teaching methods, tools and software. Previously, we would have either passed on this deal or presented only one solution. The tools provided us the deal structure, confidence, and ability to present our offers in a manner that was easy for our clients to understand and find fair. We really felt like we were able to make a difference in their life. Thank you Tim and Doug!”

And then I found a fax on our machine. It was also from Jack. He sent over two settlement statements that showed he made $42,870 on this one deal alone. And he used none of his own money or credit. He double-closed to sell it to another buyer, just like Tim and I taught in the course.

After reading his email and reviewing his fax, I thought to myself, “Man! It’s a tale of two cities out there.” There are those who let the media convince them that this is the worst of times and are therefore paralyzed by fear.

And there are those people like Jack who know that this is actually the best of times. They ignore the dire forecasts of the media, remain focused on their goals, adapt to the current marketplace, implement proven systems, reap the profits, and build lasting wealth.

So today, I have to ask you. Which group are you in?

Group A: Paralyzed by Fear (Worst of Times), or

Group B: Building Wealth in Today’s Market (Best of Times)

If you picked Group A, please delete this email — it’s not for you. By the way, I fear for your future. Now, if you say you’re in Group B, good for you! But now’s the time to prove it.

Instead of reading the negative headlines today, go here now to watch the replay of the webinar that Tim Mai and I did on the Advanced Short Sale System.

In this webinar, you’ll be exposed to the other side of the story. The side where we are experiencing the best of times. Tim, Patti, Ken, Vinh, and I will show you how we are reaping enormous profits in today’s marketplace while others are running scared.

But know that the deadline for listening to the replay of the Advanced Short Sale System webinar is midnight Central Time, TONIGHT. After midnight, the webinar will be taken down and there will be no way to access it.

Tonight is also the deadline for getting the $1,182 in bonuses and $500 off. So go watch the replay now and learn more about the bonuses and discount.

Until next time, happy (and profitable) investing… And welcome to the best of times!

Doug Smith
President
MyHouseDeals.com

P.S. Remember, the webinar comes down and the special discount and bonuses expire at midnight TONIGHT! Go here to watch the replay NOW.

Doug Smith

Author: Doug Smith

MyHouseDeals was founded in April of 2005 and has since provided information on thousands of bargain-priced properties with over $7 Billion in equity (and growing!) In addition to property lists, we help investors succeed by providing valuable tools, resources and education. Most of the properties on MyHouseDeals are single-family houses. Many of these properties are wholesale deals, which are for sale by other investors. Others are motivated seller leads, which are for sale by homeowners who are often in a bad situation. These properties are typically discounted by far greater amounts than bank foreclosures.

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