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... in a high interest bearing account. I can either cash out or continue to wait for the best time to cash out on my investments. The key is research, research, research. You must formulate a game plan and stick to it no matter what. You cannot fall in love with any property they are tools to make you money and that’s all. Keep up with the numbers so you know when to sell. If the value of your property y falls or rises above your preset values you must sell! With the proper research and the right team of people you can make big profits with real estate. Having a $150,000 head start should insure success. Always have cash on hand for emergencies/ unforeseen expenses they pop up when you least expect them. Thank you for the time you spent reading my information. I hope this essay exceeds your expectations allowing me to pursue my degree using your generous contribution.
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