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His success led to developing a course to train medical professionals at Baylor Medical School, University of Tennessee Health Sciences ... In my last column, we began discussing a special real estate acquisition matrix I developed. Part of this matrix ...

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In my last column, we began discussing a special real estate acquisition matrix I developedPart of this matrix’s purpose is to determine which type of real estate investment philosophy best applies to youIn the last column, we covered the first type of three categories of real estate land investors: the real estate speculator. The second type of real estate land investor is where I found my investment homeIt is the camp I call “Predevelopment Land Bankers.”

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