Amp » Additional Sources of Deals

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Amp » Additional Sources of Deals

This session is intentionally concise and to-the-point at only 13 minutes long. Short and sweet.

Why so skinny? Because it’s an add-on to your Deals on Demand core training, which teaches you the primary and most important source of deals for the Investor Profits on Demand system — finding “unexpected owners” through DBP.

We definitely recommend you implement DBP first and foremost.

Once you’ve done that, then this session will hand you a handful of other powerful, proven deal-getting methods that also work really well for us. These are actually being used actively in our real estate investing business.

Bottom line, start with targeting “Unexpected Owners” via DBP, then at the right time, add some of these into the mix as well.

Watch and Enjoy…

Questions? Comments? Do tell…


Whoa there, partner…turns out this training isn’t quite ready for you yet. But our little elves are working on it, and as soon as it’s posted, we’ll send you an email (how nice of us!) and then it’ll magically appear here for you. Patience, Grasshopper…we’re eating the elephant one bite at a time. 🙂


17 Responses to “Amp » Additional Sources of Deals”

  1. L Bailey-Taffe Reply

    I am enjoying the training. Thank you Patrick. Thank you JP.

    • Patrick Riddle Reply

      You’re welcome! Glad to hear you’re enjoying the training 🙂

      – Patrick

  2. Hugo Rosini Reply

    What about using redfin or zillow as a kind of limited access to mls ? Did anybody try that?

  3. Dave Trevino Reply

    I have a question regarding out of state owners. Suppose I am able to get a response from an owner who owns property in my area but lives out of state. If he is willing to sell his property to me and I get the contract, what is the best procedure to use for the closing ? Does the owner need to travel to where the closing is done or is there another way ?

  4. LORI MCLANE Reply

    Hi, Thanks for your training, I am developing every time I hear you……

    • Justin Wilmot Reply

      Thats awesome Lori. Thank for being here and keep moving forward.

  5. William J Page Reply

    This is great stuff because rather than waiting on an agent to get this data, you can get it yourself in no time flat.

    • Patrick Riddle Reply

      Hey William, glad you’re enjoying the training!

      – Patrick

  6. Glenn Walters Reply

    Hi Guys,

    Just completed Module #1 of IPod. I’m working thru the Action List for this week but I can’t open the two amp sessions. It’s says thye aren’t available as yet? Is this so?

    Great module.

    • Patrick Riddle Reply

      Hey Glenn, you should receive an email each time an Amp Session becomes available. I sent your questions over to our support area. Charity will be in touch with you.

      – Patrick

  7. Chad Robinson Reply

    Hello Team

    This is my first response but I have been soaking it all in and it has been worth the ride. So if we are currently unable to get access to the MLS at the present moment, what database will give you the best replica of the MLS and its results? Matter of fact, can I get access to the MLS through you since that is what you use? I mean can we work a deal? I want the BEST tools for the BEST results. Im definitely going to use the done for you yellow letters. I need the most effective systems in place.

    Thanks in advance!

    • Hi, Chad. Sorry, we can’t give you MLS access through us We (Patrick and i) only have it for the counties we invest in anyways. it’s a county by county thing in most areas. I’d say, do what you can to get it. we’ve given you a few solid ideas on how it can realistically be done. So don’t let your limiting beliefs hold you back. In the meantime, you can get a Realtor to assist you. Or if you’re talking about using the DBP tactic, you can use Courthouse Retrieval System if it’s offered in your area, or try Realquest and/or Listsource.

  8. Roger Ordonez Reply

    IPOD Team, this is something I have never done. Therefore, I see it can be rather cheap to get 25 – 50 signs out there.
    Great Idea!!!!

    Thank you!


    Excellent Teaching!!

  10. Mark Reply

    I like the bandit sign. Simple, not too much information. Also, mailing to absentee owners who have owned for at least 20 years. Great idea.


    • Patrick Riddle Reply

      Bandit signs were a big part of my marketing plan for the first few years in the biz. It’s definitely worth testing out some homemade ones in your area.

      One of things I love about an absentee owner who has owned a prop for 20+ years… many times they have a lot of equity and are open to seller financing 🙂

      – Patrick

  11. DON JACOBS Reply

    Veddy interesting!

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