Joe's "Blue Pen Flip" , Amazing - Posted by phil fernandez

Posted by Greg(NJ) on June 11, 2007 at 16:00:43:

“Sounds like it wouldn’t work in Florida”. What? It will work anywhere. Find a motivated seller. You should not say it sounds like it won’t work, unless you have tried.

Joe’s “Blue Pen Flip” , Amazing - Posted by phil fernandez

Posted by phil fernandez on June 07, 2007 at 15:31:29:

Just got done Joe Kaiser’s new course " The Blue Pen Flip". WOW. Just amazing how Joe comes up with these systems and really makes it very simple and very doable.

This is the fourth course of Joe’s that I have. I first purchased his Tired Landlord, lease option course, then Totally Dominate Your Foreclosure Market, then his Mechanic Lien course. With each course I did deals and made good money. But this "Blue Pen Flip " is in another orbit. This stuff is powerful.

Think of it this way. In two days we have The Belmont Stakes horse race. This race is the third in the triple crown series. Joe’s Tired Landlord course was like Secretariat winning The Kentucky Derby in record time… His Totally Dominate Your Foreclosure Market was like Secretariat winning The Preakness in record time. But The Blue Pen Flip is more like Secretariat winning The Belmont by 31 lengths and breaking the record for a mile and a half by 2 and three fifths seconds.

The Blue Pen Flip is right up there. Thanks Joe.

This is a must have course and you can order it right here on CREOnline.

Re: Joe’s “Blue Pen Flip” , Amazing - Posted by Tony

Posted by Tony on June 17, 2007 at 23:32:48:

I get the basic concept that is communicated in the ads. From the
marketing literature, though, this sound like a fairly hands-on approach.
Would somebody please comment on the average time required per
deal… or at least on the scalability of this strategy? Thanks!

Re: Joe’s “Blue Pen Flip” - Posted by Jeanne

Posted by Jeanne on June 08, 2007 at 11:09:22:

Thought I might mention that the CRE Online Intro Price offer goes away at midnight on June 19. It’s a big discount, so if you are on the fence, don’t wait too long.

http://www.creonline.com/catalog/c-251.html

Jeanne

Works with “pretty houses” too? - Posted by Jason (AL)

Posted by Jason (AL) on June 07, 2007 at 20:44:56:

Yeah, I’ve been on the fence as whether to check it
out myself.

Just curious, as I have an idea on the mechanics, but
is the course material focused on flipping & deal making
with junkers?
Or is there any mention of doing this with nice houses that
can be retailed to an owner-occupant?

Thanks for the feedback.

Re: Joe’s “Blue Pen Flip” , Amazing - Posted by Joe Kaiser

Posted by Joe Kaiser on June 07, 2007 at 19:57:57:

Waiting to be put out to stud.

Thanks for the kind words. Yours is an opinion I value, Phil.

DaveD’s?

Not so much (I kid :wink:

Joe

Re: Joe’s “Blue Pen Flip” , Amazing - Posted by Irwin(ca)

Posted by Irwin(ca) on June 07, 2007 at 18:58:14:

Why would a seller agree to do a BPF rather than list the property with a Real Estate Agent? Particularly if there is a lot of equity.

I understand that Joe can’t give away too many details in the advertising, but the answer to this question seems crucial to making the decision to buy the course.

Irwin

Re: Joe’s “Blue Pen Flip” , Amazing - Posted by Ken

Posted by Ken on June 07, 2007 at 16:50:36:

Is the"Blue Pen Flip" strictly about flipping Foreclosures?

Re: Joe’s “Blue Pen Flip” , Amazing - Posted by DaveD (WI)

Posted by DaveD (WI) on June 07, 2007 at 15:57:28:

I agree. Internalizing concepts like “free rolling”, “investor up”, “stranglehold profits” and so many others will put you into the elite of investor flipping.

Re: Works with “pretty houses” too? - Posted by Joe Kaiser

Posted by Joe Kaiser on June 07, 2007 at 20:51:39:

Jason,

This is a course about dealmaking. It gives you the cannon, where you
point it doesn’t make much of a difference.

Still, doing pretty house deals doesn’t give you much room to begin
with so it’s not where I’d be taking aim.

Joe

Re: Joe’s “Blue Pen Flip” , Amazing - Posted by Joe Kaiser

Posted by Joe Kaiser on June 07, 2007 at 20:00:13:

It’s really very simple.

A person who can get things done can pretty much write his own ticket
in this business.

That seller?

Incapable of getting off the schnide.

You demonstrate to him that you can get things done and you’re his
"go to guy."

Simple as that.

You can get it done, and he is incapable of even picking up the phone.

Joe

Re: Joe’s “Blue Pen Flip” , Amazing - Posted by Joe Kaiser

Posted by Joe Kaiser on June 07, 2007 at 20:01:21:

Ken, nothing to do with foreclosures. It’s pure, unadulterated dealmaking
down to the core.

Joe Kaiser

Re: Joe’s “Blue Pen Flip” , Amazing - Posted by phil fernandez

Posted by phil fernandez on June 07, 2007 at 17:00:31:

No. You can use Joe’s material in pretty much any situation where you have a motivated seller.

Re: Joe’s “Blue Pen Flip” , Amazing - Posted by phil fernandez

Posted by phil fernandez on June 07, 2007 at 16:31:19:

Hey Dave,

I really liked the “stranglehold profits” It’s as close to a gurantee that you’ll see your profits as you can get.

I’m doing a Blue Pen Flip tommorrow and I just read the course yesterday and today. " I’m an investor and I expect to make a significant profit. Is that okay with you Mr. Seller."

Take care Dave and hope to see you on the island this summer.

Re: Joe’s “Blue Pen Flip” , Amazing - Posted by David Alexander

Posted by David Alexander on June 08, 2007 at 20:25:31:

Did you get my email the other day…

Still curious… :wink:

Re: Joe’s “Blue Pen Flip” , Amazing - Posted by george

Posted by george on June 11, 2007 at 10:50:11:

Sounds like it wouldn’t work in Florida…real estate laws are tight, protecting the R. E. Agents and this sounds like a way to get around getting a RE license.

Re: Joe’s “Blue Pen Flip” , Amazing - Posted by Joe Kaiser

Posted by Joe Kaiser on June 09, 2007 at 08:27:59:

Nope . . . resend, please.