Watch Tim Spill the Beans

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I’ve received a great response from members about last month’s webinar with Tim Mai. You all really enjoyed what he shared with us, and have been asking a lot about his background. I got to thinking about it, and I decided it would be a good idea for you to get to know him a little better.

You see, Tim is my personal mentor. Without him, I would not be nearly as successful as I am today and would have quit the real estate industry a long time ago. He’s also a good friend of mine, and he has a lot of great investing experience. I called him up and asked if he would be interested in sharing a little information about himself with us (and to see if he had time in his hectic schedule!), and he agreed. Folks, you have to understand that Tim Mai is a busy man — you are very lucky to see this behind-the-scenes version of him. You even get to hear why he’s always wearing that crazy Hawaiian shirt!

Click the “play” button below to see Part 1 of the video:

I hope you enjoyed the video, we had a great time filming it.

Remember, this is only Part 1 of the video – make sure to see Part 2 I’m sending you on Monday. Tim and I are going to share some great tips we’ve learned through our years of real estate investing, and I have a special surprise announcement for all myHouseDeals.com members!

Until next time, happy (and profitable) investing!

Doug Smith
President
MyHouseDeals.com

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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