In the early 1980s I was watching an episode of “To Tell the Truth,” the game show where a panel of celebrities was charged with identifying a mystery guest amongst three imposters.
The mystery guest for that particular program was Robert G. Allen, who had just authored a groundbreaking book titled “No Money Down,” which explained how to acquire parcels of real estate or homes with just that — no money down.
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