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Joe: Hey, it's Joe. This next video that I'm showing you here is about buying properties on a land contract and when it makes sense. There's several ways that you can do it that make sense. One is, if you're working in Texas, then land contracts are pretty easy to do in Texas because you can foreclose on them in 30 days if the buyer doesn't pay you. And they also help because there's some regulations on lease options in Texas that they don't have in other parts of the country that land contracts will help you comply with. So I'm going to talk about that a little bit. Joe: Also, if you want to do a quick flip, or if you're buying something that's dramatically under market value, you can buy it on a land contract, turn around and sell it through a realtor on the MLS, make a quick chunk of money and then move on. I've done this quite a few times in different states and different areas. You don't have to do it locally. It's very easy to put together, and I'll give you an example of one of the ones that we did recently where we made just a quick 5 grand and then turned around and sold it under market value on the MLS, paid the realtor and then everyone was happy in the transaction. Joe: The other thing that you can do with land contracts is you can buy any property on terms with a land contract. I prefer not to buy properties on land contract when I'm buying them for the long term. I much prefer taking them subject-to or through multi-mortgage. And that's what I stick with because there's so many of those available that you don't have to go down the hierarchy and go to land contracts. But I'll show you an example of what might make sense. Sometimes when you're not as good at negotiating or talking to a seller, a land contract sometimes makes the seller a little more comfortable than just deeding the property to you. Once you get good at talking to them and making them feel comfortable that you're actually going to follow through with what you promise, then selling it subject-to is really not a problem. And if you use the techniques that I have in the push button method, I think it'll be a lot easier for you. So let me show you these types of deals here then I'll be right back. Joe: Here's a little house that we bought on land contract in Pennsylvania. I had to go online to get this picture because we never even got a picture or needed a picture to sell this property. What we did was— the current value was $57,000 on it. This person responded to one of our ads in the paper to sell their home and they went to our website and they filled out the form so we knew pretty much what the values were. They actually told us that the current is $57,000, they wanted to get rid of it and they gave us a price. We offered a little bit less on it, and we said, 'Sell it to us on a land contract. We want that land contract to be no payments at all for 6 months, 2 year land contract.' We figured that if we couldn't get it sold in 6 months, we probably weren't going to...