my name is brandon and i just came from my uncle's house where he invited a individual he's known for quite some time now to come share his knowledge of real estate investing to us cause he has been doing it for years now. one of the things he mentioned in our meeting was capitol gain taxes and flipping infringement. He was saying something like if you sell a house you havent own for more then 90 days that you may get hit with flipping infringement...and the thing is alot of the strategies mention by dean and some of his success stories states where they purchased a home and turn around and sell it within a month to sometimes two weeks.How did they they not get hit with flippin infringement?... and he also stated that , say for example, a guy brought a house worth 150,000 and he owes 50,000 left on it and you buy the house from him for 50,000 and turn around and sell the house for lets say 85,000 to 90,000... then you well get hit with what there is called capitol gain taxes. Thats when you profit from the sell 1 half times more then what you purchased the house for. Ive notice that dean has not mentioned that in his book and im wondering why. Where is the loop hole in this? How is this prevented?...and if its not preventable how can you make it less harsh to where the goverment wont eat you alive in taxes and take all the money you earned. It like basically they taking your money for doing such a good job selling!