steve guy


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Name: 
steve guy
Location: 
Birmingham AL
About Me: 

Im an ole guy with a young, optomistic an thankful attitude. I have been blessed with 4 wonderful children and 4 precious "grandies"...the last making his appearance on 10/13/10. I been self employed most of my life, but unfortunantly like many, I had all of my eggs in the same basket. My main supplier sold out an I lost almost everything. "Down but not out". You might put my nose on the carpet but you will not hold it there very long. Im looking forward to REI and the "real" financial security it will provide. I want to hook up with other DG students in Birmingham area, because I know a team has a much better chance at success than individual. Ecc 4:9-12.

Interests: 
Hunting, fishing, cooking, spending time with kids, and playing with my dog.

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Basic Info

Occupation: 
Real Estate Investor
Children: 
Have Child(ren)
Education: 
Some Post Graduate
Status: 
Single

Sites I Visit

Mainly Just This One

Guestbook

Hi Steve,

SouthsideJohnny's picture

I saw your post on Dean's latest blog and noticed you are from Birmingham. Just wanted to say hello and welcome you to the DG Family. This site (if you don't already know) is awesome with a lot of info, resources and support from others who have been where we want to go.

I am originally from Birmingham, but have lived in Moody the last 15 years. I'm relatively new (no deals, yet), but am in the process of setting up my business, networking, etc. What part of town do you live in?

Shoot me a PM and maybe we can exchange personal contact info.

Again, welcome to the Family and best of luck!

John

Hello Steve!

NadineR's picture

Thanks for your kind words. You sound like someone who would be really great to work with! (I've started a list in case I hear of deals outside PA.)

Keep up the cheerleading... we all could sure use it. And here's some coming back your way Smiling

Thanks, Nadine

Nadine

steve guy's picture

Thank you for taking the time to post here. It is so wonderful to be able to network with great folks in a family environment. Everyone new is scared to pull the trigger and posts like yours just fill up our tanks. I hope ur doing really good and I appreciate the kind words.

Steve

kareng's picture

Welcome to the DG site. You will get a lot of valuable information here.

I recommend you use it wisely by reading as much as you possibly can.

Good luck.

Karen

Morning Kq

steve guy's picture

K..thanks for your encouragement and priceless information. I hope everything is going marvelously for you!! Btw, your last forum re: L/O's answers so many questions for so many DGers. I posted and asked a couple of questions and I look forward to rec answers, and after I finish the "little" reading assignment Im sure I will have more.

Btw, I saw an old post from zeekjones in May 2008, and he said to make lease agreement and lease option separate forms. Could you tell me why?

I love your infor and your humor. So refreshing!

Btw, what are you doing up at 1:42 am! You def dont need any beauty sleep, but you should get your rest Smiling

Steve

kareng's picture

The reason you use two forms is this. If the T/B gets into arrears on his rent it is much easier and cheaper to evict than foreclose. You give your atty the lease agreement and he evicts. Be SURE not to mention option in rental agreement. Then the judge may rule part ownership and you have a headache.

Most of the time (odds are) T/B won't be able to find his copy of paperwork to protest. If that doesn't answer or you're still confused PM me. I just happened to see this note. This is only seen if someone comes to your page specifically.

Just realized

kareng's picture

you asked about my late hours. I am off on med leave (had knee replaced) and love to stay up til 3 or so and sleep til 11.
Smiling

Go back to work on feb 12! I am going to be in SO much trouble!!! (getting up in mornings)

Hello from Oregon

Thanks for visiting my page. I thought I would take a closer look at your page. The "work hard for the company" times certainly is changing. Many are left unemployed. Profit and financial freedom via real estate investing is paving the way for our "golden years" of retirement.
See you at the top! :-}

Hey Steve

reinvestor42's picture

I'm just checking in on you. Hope things are going well.

BTW, I know the feeling,I'm not 29 anymore and when I look in the mirror I see my Dad looking back at me too.

Mike

Hey Young man..

Lex Templar's picture

I'm new to the site and the DG Family. Just wanted to stop by and say hello because I see that you're very involved. I hope you're having success with real estate and you and your family are well.

Age Does Not Matter

alexbee's picture

Saw UR email about being old in the RE business.

Age does not matter - it's what UR goal in life is..

Good luck and drop me a line when U need picking up.

Alex B
Rich people choose to get paid based on results.
Poor people choose to get paid based on time. - T.H. Ecker

Hello Steve

Valuni's picture

I have been enjoying reading your posts; and I'm looking forward to hearing about your rei success.

Valerie

Thanks

Mr.Maxwell's picture

Hi Steve,
I would just like to thank you for all the encouragement you have given me these past few months,especially the prayers and good wishes for my son. I would also like to thank you for the great info and your positive attitude.
I just thought I'd let you know that I appreciate your kindness. Now go make that $$$ lol.

God bless,
Mike

I loved your passage!! I

smurfy's picture

I loved your passage!! I looked it up and here is the rest of the concept. I hope you don't mind me posting this here Smiling

Ecclesiastes 4:9-12

New King James Version (NKJV)

The Value of a Friend
9 Two are better than one,
Because they have a good reward for their labor.
10 For if they fall, one will lift up his companion.
But woe to him who is alone when he falls,
For he has no one to help him up.
11 Again, if two lie down together, they will keep warm;
But how can one be warm alone?
12 Though one may be overpowered by another, two can withstand him.
And a threefold cord is not quickly broken.