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Alabama Distressed Property Investors Association

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I am pleased to announce the launch of the Alabama Distressed Property Investors Association.  It will include resources for investors in Alabama tax sales, foreclosures, and sheriff's auctions, plus tax sale opportunities in near-by states, bankruptcy auctions, and IRS auctions. This blog will be moved to a members-only site, and will be expanded to a weekly format that will include advice, property leads, short videos from experts in various fields, a wants/needs exchange for properties and partnering, and legislation reports from our lobbyist. Members receive a 10% discount on all Butler Evans products and classes related to distressed property investing (including the annual conference) and a 20% discount on hourly rate for telephone consultations.  Early bird membership fee is only $240 per year, increasing to $300 on August 1, 2015.  Sign up today and receive a free copy of my report, "Investing in Personal Property Tax Sales-A Surprising Cash Cow." CLICK HERE TO JOIN NOW

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4 comments

  • Denise, as we hopefully move to AL later this year, we are looking forward to continuing to learn, invest, and building a legacy for our grandchildren.

    Shelton Stubbs on
  • I understand completely. A lot of people have the mistaken notion that real estate professionals provide a public service on demand and forget that we are business people and that time and knowledge are our stock-in-trade.

    I look forward to continuing to see your blog. Thanks!

    Chuck Robertson on
  • Chuck, a portion of the blog will remain public, but will have only general information in the nature of FAQ questions. In recent months, I have been overwhelmed with people calling me for advice and more detailed information, but without buying any products or signing up for any classes. In addition, the people who do business with me are asking for more goods and services and more in-depth resources. The only fair way to handle the problem is to split the services between an overview that will always be free, and the more focused information for serious investors, but with a fee.

    Denise L. Evans on
  • Congratulations on the new organization! I know that there is a lot of interest in this area of real estate. I teach pre-license real estate courses and when we get to this topic, the students have a lot of questions. I always end up steering them to your blog.

    I am sorry to see this blog going private. I gained a lot of good information that I could share with students and clients, but I can’t justify the expense of joining the group based on that since I am not doing any distressed property investing on my own.

    Good luck with everything!

    Chuck on

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