Archive for December, 2013
I always love to read about the outrageously nefarious bad guys who are doing all the things we hate. Doesn’t matter who “we” are, since the bad guys afflicting every “we” are always blindingly brilliant, amazingly competent masterminds of evil.
I guess it’s useful to exaggerate your opposition, but here’s the thing:
Everyone I remember from school was a fuck-up.
Start with a good solid two-thirds compliant drones, dutifully going through whatever motions seemed to be required. Maybe half of the rest were glib and lazy. Even the straight-A apple-polishers were just phoning it in, doing the minimum necessary to get the grade from the glib-and-lazy grown-up teaching the class.
Am I misrepresenting the world of education? Is there anything you can think of that you did in school that you’re truly proud of now. Away from athletics or the school play, was there anything in your academic life that you gave everything you had? Was there anyone else who did that?
Was there any class that you took — ever — where you had to bust ass Read more2 comments
Let’s get back to it.
We’re all sitting around today, plotting and planning our strategies for 2014…
Writing down goals. Looking over our numbers, canceling the crap that aint working and signing up for stuff that might…
For me, (ever since I read MREA back in 2004) the modus o has always been “If I get a shitload of traffic, and generate a shitload of leads, and set them all up for some kind of semi-automated follow up, I’ll make more money.”
Guessing a lot of the folks reading this agree, though some of us have bigger “balls” then others and are willing to spend a lot more on lead gen then we do on food…
How are you doing it?
(I’ll show you more about mine if you show me yours…)5 comments
1- We funded a $900,000 Orange County purchase with just 6.5% down payment and no mortgage insurance
2- We funded an Orange County condo, with a VA loan, and got both the Master Association and Condo Association VA approved in 30 days
3- We funded a $600,000 San Diego County purchase, with just 5% down payment and a seller-carry back second mortgage and a conventional first mortgage.
4- We funded a 7-unit San Diego apartment property, $820,000 purchase price with just 10% down and a 20% seller-carry back second mortgage.
5- We funded an “underwater” property with loan values at 135% of the appraised value in Los Angeles County.3 comments