Get their first, via Joe Kaiser. - Posted by Jack Z.
Posted by Jack Z. on November 30, 1999 at 18:17:56:
If you really want to look into foreclosures and have the best chance to make a great deal for yourself, you’ve got to find out about them way before they’re on any internet site or in any legal paper. And the way you do that is by buying Joe Kaiser’s foreclosure course and learning and doing. He describes several techniques of finding out about foreclosure properties long before they go “to press”, and even before the other investors around you find out about them.
Where I’m from, I can find out about a distressed property two weeks before it goes to press in the legal paper. That gives me a two week advantage over someone just being lazy and waiting for others to bring them the information (in this case, waiting for the published notices of trustee’s sale.) And that’s only by employing the lazy man’s method: checking at the Recorder’s office. Being a lazy man, I’m two weeks up. But when I get more serious and use some of his other techniques, I’ll be two MONTHS ahead of where I am now.
Now, have I got one (a foreclosure deal) yet? No, but I’m just a beginner. I’ve only been applying Joe’s principles for two weeks, and I’m still working on mustering up the guts to face someone who’s really distressed and probably doesn’t feel at first like doing something about it. But if I keep at it, the deals will come. As long as I get there first…and with Joe’s help, I can.
So if you’re serious about it, get the education you deserve. And get there first.