Posted by lamexicanita86 on January 09, 2009 at 13:27:26:
The best course on finding deals that I know of is to go look for them, talk to sellers and buyers, and try to get something under contract. You’ll make mistakes at first, and what you learn will be much more memorable than anything you read in a course. The deals you want will be in your local area, and no one knows that area like you and the people who live there. Try talking to someone at your local investors club.
Question from a newbie - Posted by Wayne
Posted by Wayne on January 09, 2009 at 08:26:13:
First off, thanks to everyone who contributes to this site. Well done!
I’m interested in purchasing a course on wholesaling properties and wanted to know which one is best. Possibly “Flipping Properties” by William Bronchick?
I have a copy of a Steve Cook course from a few years back but most of that info now seems to be dated.
Re: Question from a newbie - Posted by Chad (MD)
Posted by Chad (MD) on January 10, 2009 at 19:36:04:
Steve Cook’s courses are excellent! I don’t know whay you say it’s dated. Bill Bronchick’s courses are good as well, but since you already have Steve’s course I suggest re-reading it and trying to apply his methods. Everything you need is right there.
Re: Question from a newbie - Posted by max-VA
Posted by max-VA on January 09, 2009 at 12:55:35:
Bronchick has an excellent course. I swear by it.
Read it twice. Then go find a deal. His course will show you what to do once you find it. The course is lacking abit on how to find the deal. His strong points are the paperwork and legal areas. Marketing and advertising is lacking in the course, although he give a couple sections on it.
Re: Question from a newbie - Posted by Wayne
Posted by Wayne on January 09, 2009 at 13:20:16:
Thanks for the quick reply and advice.
Any suggestions on a course in addition to Bronchicks that would focus on finding deals?