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San Francisco Real Estate Expert Beau Eckstein Lands HGTV Reality Television Show

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- San Francisco Bay Area real estate investor Beau Eckstein will star in a HGTV reality television show, "Flip It to Win It," airing in March 2014.

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The show pits six teams of real estate investors against each other as they try to make the most profit by flipping foreclosed and distressed houses. The teams buy properties at auction, renovate the homes and sell them for a profit.

He appeared on pilot episodes numerous times last year.

"I am very excited to have been chosen as a local to represent the East Bay and Contra Costa County," said Eckstein, a licensed California real estate broker/owner of Service 1st Realty, based in Walnut Creek. All of the other teams are from other Bay Area locations.

He is amazed at the fast rebound of the Bay Area real estate market over the past eighteen months.

"I feel very confident by the upward trend of the real estate market," said Eckstein who is also marketing manager of a private money fund, LHJS Investments LLC, which lends cash to house flippers.

"I am well positioned to provide a variety of real estate investing services by having a private money fund which works with numerous top investors, builders and developers of the Bay Area," said Eckstein, who helps real estate investors identify key markets for cash flow properties, offers project consultations, and provides real estate management services.

To subscribe to his value-packed real estate investing newsletter, go to http://beaueckstein.com/

For information about Beau Eckstein's real estate services, go to http://beaueckstein.com/

He also hosts a local meetup group for real estate entrepreneurs at
http://www.meetup.com/San-Francisco-Bay-Area-Private-Money-and-Deal-Structuring/

About Beau Eckstein

Beau Eckstein has a diverse real estate background and has been in the real estate industry since 1999.

He is a private money lender and full-service real estate broker offering the following services:

  • Traditional real estate sales
  • Investor services
  • Private money lending
  • Construction financing
  • Fix and flips

Eckstein utilizes his vast knowledge and great people skills to help buyers and sellers, as well as investors, through the challenges of a real estate transaction. He guides his clients from the beginning to the closing of their transaction.

Because of his diverse professional real estate experience and his outstanding rapport with people, his clients trust his advice with their most important real estate transactions and he has created a large referral based business.

He is certified as a HAFA Short Sale Specialist, an ABR Accredited Buyers Representative, CSP Certified New Home Sales Professional and has attended advanced negotiation and mediation training at the prestigious Pepperdine University.

Eckstein is a member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR), California Association of Realtors (CAR), and the Contra Costa Association of Realtors (CCAR).

He is an advisor for Young Professionals Network for Contra Costa Association of Realtors (YPN). Beau is a volunteer mediator and is on the grievance committee.

About HGTV

HGTV is a cable network that is distributed to more than 98 million U.S. households. The HGTV website, HGTV.com attracts an average of four million unique visitors per month. For information about "Flip It to Win It," go to http://www.hgtv.com/flip-it-to-win-it/show/ 

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