(Seriously; $60,000 is a lot of money ALWAYS, whether won or lost. Money responds to those who respect it, but that’s a subject for another report.)
But worrying about mistakes is not the way to avoid them. You have to understand that the most important thing is to learn from them. It’s like a bear that gets caught in a trap – he should only get caught once.
There are some ways to keep yourself from making at least the most common mistakes. So to make your investing life a little easier, I have compiled “dirty dozen” list of those bear traps, and how to avoid them. It’s available by clicking below:
After you download and read the report, share your thoughts in a comment below.
Will this help you avoid some common errors? What kind of advice would you offer fellow investors? What do you feel you are missing to succeed in today’s changing real estate market?
You are part of the solution in turning this economy around, and your success in real estate investing depends on your answers to these questions and any other unanswered questions you may have.