REPOST "newbie" ? - Posted by Will

Posted by TRandle on June 18, 2001 at 07:55:27:

I would suggest Bronchick’s L/O Course. I have most of Bill’s stuff and think it’s very good. I also have Kaiser’s L/O course, but I think it would be more beneficial as a complement to Bronchick’s since Kaiser assumes you know the basics. Hope that helps…

REPOST “newbie” ? - Posted by Will

Posted by Will on June 18, 2001 at 02:18:21:

I failed to realize I posted this question originally just before the weekend, now that it’s Monday and the fun is over plz help… ;]

Posted by Will on June 16, 2001 at 07:15:40:
After reading through this site I’ve learned a great deal…

I tossed my Tyler G. Hicks book out the window, and am currently reading Real Estate Investing A to Z by Pivar
and Investing in RE by Mclean, I’ll also be attending a local REI’s meeting here in Vegas next month.

I’ll (in time) be looking for motivated buyers by marketing and was interested in Lease Options, I really like what I’ve read from Joe Kaiser here and was wondering if anyone could comment on his “The Ultimate Lease Option Strategy” course. As my next step is to purchase a course on L/O.

…and back to the 18th…

I learned all the above thanks to guidance from some of you, My next step as I stated earlier is to buy a L/O course, any suggestions on which one would be appreciated.


Re: REPOST “newbie” ? - Posted by Tom – Indiana

Posted by Tom – Indiana on June 18, 2001 at 10:08:19:

Motivated buyers are easy to find. Looking for the motivated sellers is what takes more work.

Louis Brown, at has a good lease option course, and several other courses. You might also want to look at his course on buying.

Vena Cox-Jones, or is it Jones-Cox, I never remember, has a marvelous course on buying fixer-uppers, then selling them on LO to handymen to renovate. She’s in Cincinnatti.