DoHardMoney Announces Real Estate Video Contest For Worst House Of All Time

Utah hard money lender, Do Hard Money, announces a video competition for The Worst House of All Time. The contest continues through February 28, 2010. First prize includes a 3-day / 2-night resort vacation, and $50 Dine Around card.

Salt Lake City, UT – February 6, 2010 (PressReleasePivot) — Utah hard money lender Do Hard Money has announced a new video competition. Real estate investors are encouraged to submit videos of the worst houses they have ever seen, bought, or rehabbed. The contest continues through February 28, 2010, and real estate investors may enter as many different videos as they wish.

“Real estate investors have very interesting jobs,” says Do Hard Money CEO Ryan Wright. “The late night TV gurus make real estate investing seem so glamorous, almost like real estate investors use twenty dollar bills rather than toilet paper. For most of our investors that is simply not the case. We realize that real estate investing is hard work and requires skill. We also realize that real estate investors come across very random, crazy and unusual things as part of the process.”

This “Bad Home” phenomenon has prompted Do Hard Money to hold an on-line contest for The Worst House of All Time. Having seen many really decrepit homes badly in need of rehabilitation, Wright realized that a video contest might be just the thing to raise awareness of the problem of substandard housing. ( )

Starting January 1, 2010, and continuing until February 28, 2010, real estate investors may submit videos of the worst houses they have ever seen, to Prizes will include 3-day / 2-night vacations at select resorts, and $50 Dine Around cards. A video describing the contest in more detail can be seen at

Anyone can enter and submit a video for this competition. The only requirements to submit videos are:

* All Videos must be PG.
* No Nudity
* No profanity.

Entrants can submit as many videos as they want that fit within the subject matter. In fact, DoHardMoney is offering a prize for the person that submits the most videos.

The company is looking for videos of The Worst Home of All Time. This can be a home that was considered for rehab, a home that was purchased and repaired, or any of the above. These should be homes that were in very bad shape. Video submissions will be taken until February 28, 2010. After that date, any videos submitted will not be included in the voting. Starting March 1st, anyone can go the web site and vote for their favorite video. Voting will continue until March 12, 2010, when the winners will be announced. Complete details on the contest can be found on the company’s web site:

“We hear stories all the time and we see homes that are in very bad shape. We want you to give us videos of the Worst House,” says Wright. “We want to get as much attention focused on substandard housing as we can, and begin to turn things around in the communities that have been badly hit by this recession.”

About Do Hard Money: provides hard money loans to investors who fix and resell real estate. Operating in Utah, North Carolina, Oregon, and nine other states across the country from Virginia to Arizona, the company can lend hard money to fund 100% of purchase without demanding any down or monthly payments. can be contacted by phone at 1-800-284-0076, by e-mail at, or via their web site,

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