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Real Estate Investor Summit Podcast

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May 25, 2017

Anson Young is the owner and Deal-getter-guy-in-Chief of Anson Property Group based in Denver, Colorado, which specializes in distressed property purchases. As a full-time real estate investor and agent for the last ten years, he has completed over 100 wholesale deals and 75 flips with some great partners and friends. He enjoys the process of making horrible houses look nice again and of course helping homeowners who are in need. Barely graduating high school and then quickly eschewing corporate life as a Network Administrator, Anson turned to real estate and never looked back. Anson Property Group is committed to changing communities, helping homeowners and building long term wealth. When not working, Anson can be found exploring the wilds of Colorado by hiking the Rocky Mountains with his family, reading favorite books to his son and attending loud rock concerts.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • Getting deals through direct mail, networking & referrals
  • Why the Denver market is a hot seller’s market right now
  • Treating the people that you work with right
  • The best strategy for standing out from others when it comes to direct mail marketing
  • Why you need to put out more effort than the average investor if you want to make deals in today’s market
  • Why it’s better to work with agents who are licensed
  • The benefits of trying to help people as opposed to just getting paid
  • How Anson finds & funds his deals
  • The flexibility of private money financing

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