It CAN - I’m in a deal making mood - Posted by John Behle
Posted by John Behle on February 25, 1999 at 19:28:09:
Actually, the original 5 day course participants received the trilogy, but they also paid $3995. It isn’t included in the video course, but much of the same material is covered and a great deal more.
The video course covers paper from A-Z and is both more basic and more advanced than the trilogy books. It starts at the very basics of “what is paper” clear through some extremely advanced techniques that I have never written up.
Finding notes is covered in great deal as well as how to get started. Those areas aren’t covered as extensively in the books, though finding is covered in the “Millions of Mortgages in Minutes” course.
Funding notes is discussed in great detail and how to work with private and institutional investors. The whole subject of paper is explored in an orderly, step by step way, but very advanced of any other material available.
That doesn’t mean there isn’t great value in the trilogy books, it’s just that the video course is such a great value. I think both are very important.
Got a deal for ya.
Don’t wrestle with deciding between the two. Add an extra $50 to the price of the videos, and I’ll toss in the trilogy - AND “Discounting as Easy as 1,2,3” and “Advanced Discounting and Negotiation Techniques”. Good for the next 7 days only (until March 3 1999). If anyone recently purchased one or the other, I’ll make you the same deal. I think people should have both courses.