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T.J.

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  1. I got 1.08 pick (12 team) Will he fall to me with that pick, and if so do i grab him? I say no, but wanna hear from the experts!!!
  2. Would anyone be willing to run my projections thru your own optimizer? My supposedly optimial lineups are not coming out optimal if that makes sense so i think i have something wrong on my end! I have both fanduel and draftkings projections that i would like to run!! Thanks. TJ tjsmothers@gmail.com
  3. Any of you guys run your own optimizer? Ive got one that I made, not by me, got it off the web (rotogrinders i believe) have one for draftkings and fanduel, didn't mess with fanduel basketball at all last year, and this year im in a friends 10 team league every Wednesday and Friday! Ran the optimizer yesterday and got this error and was wondering if any of you gurus could help!! It is in google, and ran on opensolver ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- OpenSolver Solve Result OpenSolver could not find an optimal solution, and reported: Infeasible No solution was available to load into the spreadsheet The model contains a constraint in the group Sheet!H521 = Sheet!I521 which does not depend on the decision variables and is not satisfied. Constraint spedcifies: LHS: H521 = 0 = RHS: I521 = 2 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If that doesn't help i would be glad to send it to you, and let you run it! Preciate it! T.J.
  4. Anyone interested in getting in a private $5 league on both sites this year! $5 per week, per site, pay out will be top 3 Ive got about 11 right now that are interested, just seeing if I can get some more involved! Shoot me and email if interested! Or leave yours here and I will get with you! tjsmothers@gmail.com
  5. Anyone interested in getting in a private $5 league on both sites this year! $5 per week, per site, pay out will be top 3 Ive got about 11 right now that are interested, just seeing if I can get some more involved! Shoot me and email if interested! Or leave yours here and I will get with you! tjsmothers@gmail.com
  6. Any footballguys doing this: http://mediacube.co/ if so how u like it?
  7. MrPoenix,,Totally depends on your market, here in NC the market must not be as bad as other parts of the country. We just sold a foreclosure about a month ago and made some pretty decent money on that one, currently rehabbing one with another a very good possibility by next week. Like I said I would guess it just depends on where your located, I dont know much about the rest of the country but in NC (the eastern part anyway) it seems to be doing OK. -TJ I'm a little curious because here in St. Louis, the city area is going through a bit of a revitalization and, though I may be a little naive, I see nothing but potential in surrounding areas where the revitalization is happening. For decades, the middle and upper class has stayed to the suburbs mostly, but now they're coming back to the city. In fact, I myself just moved to the city after being raised in the suburbs, and I'm kinda on a line between a nice area with mostly younger residents (like myself) and an area that's somewhat of "the hood", but really just has been neglected. My area is sort of on the upswing as there's lofts going in all around me, and I totally see the revitalizing creeping to the north (where "the hood" is). Overall, the market has stagnated a little bit, but I do see areas where potential lies, maybe it's more long term than short term, but there is potential nontheless.Maybe I'm just being naive since I'm still a little green on real estate (and investing in general). I know what you mean, but you have to take the plunge, it took me 6 years of being scared to death. To this day I still kick myself for not starting earlier than I did. Way back in the day I used to be an appraiser so that helped me alot in starting out. I found a guy that had alot of rentals and every now and then would sell one (the tax office does help alittle) and offered to start helping him on the side if I could just see "how he did things". He could look at a house and after walking around it and through it could tell you pretty much to a T how much $$ it would need in repairs, and right than what he was going to offer for it. I kinda got lucky because his wife got transfered out of state (he wanted to move to a larger city/town anyway) and he needed somebody to watch his rentals, he paid me pretty well and today we own all of the rentals he used to have. I did alot of reading, searching, anything about real estate I would read. Whats the nike slogan "Just do it" Easier said than done I know, but that is what you have to do! Good luck, sounds like you are in a nice spot in St. Louis -TJ
  8. MrPoenix,,Totally depends on your market, here in NC the market must not be as bad as other parts of the country. We just sold a foreclosure about a month ago and made some pretty decent money on that one, currently rehabbing one with another a very good possibility by next week. Like I said I would guess it just depends on where your located, I dont know much about the rest of the country but in NC (the eastern part anyway) it seems to be doing OK.-TJ
  9. You can thank me for this link later, happy reading. http://www.magicbullets.com/forum/showthre...ghlight=johnsonPreciate the link Tib,,,,,,Just to give an update on the situation, we made an offer of $40,000.00 that includes the 2 DW's that are in the park, the SW's are owned by individuals but just rent the lot ($125 a month). Havent heard anything yet but hope to by the end of the week! Again thanks for the link, only about half way through that thread so got some more reading to do!! -TJ Hi TJ,I just looked at a MHP in PA the other day. I've mentioned CREonline before as a good site in this thread, but go and check that out. Great MHP forum. MDCREI is another good site I've posted on in the Mid-Atlantic area. MHPs are tricky. Don't valuate anything other than the dirt to start. Find out the lot rent and multiply by about 50. That gives you an idea of the value if fully rented. It's a SWAG, but you're in the ballpartk. 8 Lots for a MHP is TINY. Management would be a bear, don't you think? Find out what the lot rent is and then go from there. $5K per MH isn't bad either. Let me know the lot rent and we can talk about it. Love talking commercial and MHPs. Hey Jeff,Preciate the response, but dont have any info to give back to you. Was suppossed to hear back from the guy by now, and he did not return my call that I made to him yesterday so I dont know if that is bad or not, probably so. But if I do hear back from him I will let you know! On a side note got a call today and am closing on a house we bought 2 years ago for $105,000.00 rented it out about 2 months later and the tenant qualified for the loan on Monday. We put not quite $10K into the house and sold it for $140,000.00. Actually appraised for $147,000.00 so really a win win for both of us. Been kinda a slow summer so that was nice to finally see! Also just seen a 120 unit apartment building that just went for sale, and my dad said to "look into it" so I am going to! Ill let you know how that conversation goes also! -TJ
  10. You can thank me for this link later, happy reading. http://www.magicbullets.com/forum/showthre...ghlight=johnsonPreciate the link Tib,,,,,,Just to give an update on the situation, we made an offer of $40,000.00 that includes the 2 DW's that are in the park, the SW's are owned by individuals but just rent the lot ($125 a month). Havent heard anything yet but hope to by the end of the week! Again thanks for the link, only about half way through that thread so got some more reading to do!! -TJ
  11. Ganster,,Where did you get this information????? Just asking because I live in Raleigh, and have made my living the past 7 years in real estate in NC so that is music to my ears!! TIA, TJ Please tell more. Landlord, Flipper, Developer?Random,,I will call myself a landlord first and than a flipper, and a wannabe commerical man (just havent made that jump yet except for a few triplexes and a quadplex that we own) When I say "we" that includes my dad (money man), brother and myself. We own 18 houses that we rent out. Wayne, Johnston, Wake, and Cumberland counties are the counties they are located in. Just bought the triplexes in Greenville too. Last year 2006 we did 3 flips and this year we are on our third at the moment. -TJ
  12. Any mobile home park owners here??? Have a meeting set up with a gentleman tomorrow that advertised his park for sale. Went and checked it out and it is an 4 acre tract with 8 lots available, so 1/2 acre each lot I am assuming. Only thing that had me confused is that he did not list a price when he sent me his ad. There are 4 SW's and 2 DW's already there. Checked the tax value on it and it has the land only listed for $52000.00 so about $13K/acre. Those tax values go all the way back to Jan 1, 2003 and that particular county is on a 8 year revaluation period, so about 1/2 way through that. He told me though that he owned the mobile homes that were located in the park but the tax card specifically said **LAND ONLY** when I read it! My question to you guys do any of you have any experience in mobile home parks? Maybe I just did not look up the information right but I like to tell myself I know what I am doing when it comes to this kind of stuff!! TIA, TJ
  13. Ganster,,Where did you get this information????? Just asking because I live in Raleigh, and have made my living the past 7 years in real estate in NC so that is music to my ears!! TIA, TJ
  14. Agree 100%, too dang predictable IMO
  15. Havent read through the thread at all, but I am in the process of buying some land from a man named George George George First name:::: Middle name::::: Last name George:::::::::: George::::::::::::: George <------- That was on the tax card!!!!