Reviewing "How to Make Money on Foreclosures" by attorney Denise L. Evans is a book reviewer's nightmare because portions are brilliant, but other sections are downright wrong or at least misleading. In other words, the book is "uneven." For example, although I've been investing in real estate many years, I learned neighborhood convenience stores such as 7-Eleven or Circle K can be depreciated over just 15 years rather than 27.5 years for residence rentals and 39 years for commercial properties. That's a big advantage. However, the book also says a residence appraisal might take two months and cost $1,000. I'd like to know where the appraisal situation is that bad. Purchase Bob Bruss reports online. The author, an attorney who has practiced in Texas and Alabama, is obviously very savvy abo...
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