I'm talking to someone about teaching a 3-hour course for my school, telling people how to invest in sheriff's sale properties. This is real and personal property sold by a county sheriff or a federal marshall to satisfy judgments against people. The auction prices are often phenomenally low. You can buy real estate, vehicles, jewelry, collectibles--almost anything.
The instructor is an expert, and has done this, himself, for years.
Is there any interest for a class like this?
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