#235: How to Find and Fund Real Estate Deals with Anson Young
Published July 13, 2017
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    From the millions of people who come to BiggerPockets each month, there are two issues that we hear about over and over and over: People can’t find deals, and they can’t find money. So today on the BiggerPockets Podcast,we’re excited to dive deep into these two issues with a good friend of BiggerPockets—Anson Young. Anson is an experienced investor (and new author!) who shares his best tips for finding real estate deals, even in a competitive market. You’ll learn his best direct mail tips, advice for talking with sellers, and much, much more! In This Episode We Cover:Who is Anson Young?How many deals he has done so farThe most common mistakes made when finding dealsHow to set the right criteriaWhere to find great propertiesHow to cut through the competitionTips for using CRMS and checklists for direct mail marketingWhere Anson gets his listsWhat exactly a probate isHow to maximize networking and referralsHow to use bandit signs the right wayThe bonuses you’ll get with Anson’s bookWhat you need to know about funding dealsAnd SO much more!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBiggerPockets StoreListSourceBiggerPockets Podcast 034: Virtual Real Estate Investing and How to Find Great Deals in a Hot Market with Anson YoungBiggerPockets Podcast 096: Finding Deals, Wholesaling and House Flipping in a Hot Market With Anson YoungBiggerPockets Podcast 144: Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone and Kicking Butt at Real Estate with Danny JohnsonBiggerPockets Podcast 232: The Four Lead Sources Nathan Brooks is Using to Flip 120 Houses a YearPodioBooks Mentioned in this ShowFinding and Funding Great Deals by Anson YoungThe book on investing with Low or No Money Down by Brandon TurnerThe Checklist Manifesto by Atul GawandeRich Dad Poor Dad by Robert KiyosakiThe Obstacle Is the Way by Ryan HolidayEgo Is the Enemy by Ryan HolidayTweetable Topics:“Step one is always finding out where you want to be for what you want to do.” (Tweet This!)“The more work it takes, the less competition I have.” (Tweet This!)“I don’t trust anyone’s numbers.” (Tweet This!)Connect with AnsonAnson’s BiggerPockets Profile
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