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Jul 7, 2016

This episode of the Yesner Law Podcast is dedicated to our real estate investor clients. In this episode we discuss real estate flips or simultaneous closings.  Where can investors get in trouble with these types of deals?  How can real estate investors protect themselves in these types of transactions.

Please also check out a friend of the lawfirm, Tyler Sheff, with The Cash Flow Guys and his podcast.  You can find Tyler at www.CashFlowGuys.com.  Tyler is one of the real estate investors that we think does things properly and his podcast is devoted to helping new, and experienced, real estate investors.

This is Part 1 of two podcasts devoted to this topic.  Please check back next week for Part 2.

As always, if you have questions on this topic or any future topic, please email me at Shawn@Yesnerlaw.com or visit our website at www.yesnerlaw.com. You can also find us on Social Media on Facebook, Linkedin, Google+ and other social media sites.

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