I Made This Page Secret! Shhhhhh

Okay – so I guess, so many people have been viewing this free report that google indexed it and it’s showing up for free!  This is supposed to be a secret!!  😉

First things first…

Click Here to Download The Assignment Of Mortgage Manifesto

Extra Bonus: Here is my free 30 minute video report that was intended to be a written report but I ran out of time to write it up!!  The good thing for you is that I went into a ton more stuff than I had planned since I was just recording it instead of planning out what to share with you.

So, without further delay – click play and check it out!

There is a HUGE buzz in the realtor and investor community about the new Mortgage Assignment Program….and so there should be!!!

I am a realtor and investor and I am still a “baby” as many would say.  Yet, the past 16 months I have learned how to do mortgage assignments and my business has exploded!  I have built 4 real estate businesses from the ground up as a result of learning this one strategy alone.

My broker stopped marketing for traditional deals entirely and she only markets for mortgage assignments because of the huge demand for this type of expertise and help.

You don’t have to believe me or take my word for it…CLICK HERE to go watch Phill Grove’s Launch videos and look at all the realtors, brokers and investors in that community who are jumping on board because they want to build their business around this new strategy.

This HAS not been even targeted for the realtor audience yet, only investors!!  So any of you realtors or brokers who get on board now, get to help start the trend instead of jumping on board after there is a ton of competition.

Plus – check out all of our FREE M.A.P.S. Goodies including my 30 minute free report I recorded above with some of the inside secrets I have learned over the past 16 months.  One of the most important is….investors NEED to find a realtor who knows how to do these and partner with them!  Realtors NEED to find an investor who knows how to do these and partner with them!

This is not crucial to your success but if you do just that one thing- you’ll kick the competitions rear end, I promise!!

  • Nowleverage

    i love this
    If i had any money i would join thanks for the info.

    • You’re welcome and I understand being “strapped” for income. I always suggest teaming up with a partner in those cases. Find someone who wants to get involved and create a partnership where they make the money investment and you put in the time investment. I’ve created partnerships like these in the past and that’s why I am where I am today. I never gave up and figured out how to MAKE it happen. We’re here if you have any questions and I hope to meet you someday!

  • Nowleverage

    i love this
    If i had any money i would join thanks for the info.

    • You’re welcome and I understand being “strapped” for income. I always suggest teaming up with a partner in those cases. Find someone who wants to get involved and create a partnership where they make the money investment and you put in the time investment. I’ve created partnerships like these in the past and that’s why I am where I am today. I never gave up and figured out how to MAKE it happen. We’re here if you have any questions and I hope to meet you someday!

  • Jpkrealtor

    I have three questions, (1) do you mentor?
    (2) what is the value of ordering this through your team? do you offer the same bonuses as Phill? specifically the additional territories?

    • No problem…
      1. Yes we used to coach and mentor a lot but as more and more people wanted to coach under us, we filled up so we are currently working on a new coaching / mentoring program.
      2. The value in ordering through us is US. We are students of Phill’s who have been doing these deals for the last 16 months and so everything that you’re gong to come across, we’ve probably already been through and mastered. We also put together periodic webinars just for people who buy through us so that we can help with case studies, deal evaluation, contracts, mastermind sessions, marketing tips we may have recently tried etc…
      2a. You get all the same bonuses and additional territories that you get when you buy through Phill, everything we do is on top of that and costs you nothing extra.

      Hope that helps!
      (Join us on our webinar…there should be a link at the footer where you can register! We do tons of live Q&A for everyone)

  • Jpkrealtor

    I have three questions, (1) do you mentor?
    (2) what is the value of ordering this through your team? do you offer the same bonuses as Phill? specifically the additional territories?

    • No problem…
      1. Yes we used to coach and mentor a lot but as more and more people wanted to coach under us, we filled up so we are currently working on a new coaching / mentoring program.
      2. The value in ordering through us is US. We are students of Phill’s who have been doing these deals for the last 16 months and so everything that you’re gong to come across, we’ve probably already been through and mastered. We also put together periodic webinars just for people who buy through us so that we can help with case studies, deal evaluation, contracts, mastermind sessions, marketing tips we may have recently tried etc…
      2a. You get all the same bonuses and additional territories that you get when you buy through Phill, everything we do is on top of that and costs you nothing extra.

      Hope that helps!
      (Join us on our webinar…there should be a link at the footer where you can register! We do tons of live Q&A for everyone)

  • Dan Conneally

    i love your energy!!!

    • Thanks Dan!!!! I’m very passionate about helping people…I just wish I had more time to do more! 🙂

  • Dan Conneally

    i love your energy!!!

    • Thanks Dan!!!! I’m very passionate about helping people…I just wish I had more time to do more! 🙂

  • Kraigkyllo

    Hey Dani lynn,I would love to get involved but don’t have the money to get started. I have the time,and energy to get it done. Do you have anyway to get a partner that you could refer me to to help me get the course in exchange I would be willing to give all of the proceeds to the investor as I really want that program. I want to have problems like you all do. Please get back to me. If anyone else see’s this post and would like to partner with me the offer is on the table. Kraig Kyllo Washington State kraigkyllo@yahoo.com 1-(360) 775-9213 call me,e-mail me and put in subject line:” partner with me”

    • Hi Kraig,

      I think this was a great idea to post here and ask for partners. It truly shows your desire to MAKE something happen. If I talk to anyone in Washington, I’ll refer them here to get your email and phone! Check out your local REI club as well and you may just find a willing partner right around the corner! 🙂

      Good luck Kraig, I look forward to you watching you do great things!
      Dani

  • Kraigkyllo

    Hey Dani lynn,I would love to get involved but don’t have the money to get started. I have the time,and energy to get it done. Do you have anyway to get a partner that you could refer me to to help me get the course in exchange I would be willing to give all of the proceeds to the investor as I really want that program. I want to have problems like you all do. Please get back to me. If anyone else see’s this post and would like to partner with me the offer is on the table. Kraig Kyllo Washington State kraigkyllo@yahoo.com 1-(360) 775-9213 call me,e-mail me and put in subject line:” partner with me”

    • Hi Kraig,

      I think this was a great idea to post here and ask for partners. It truly shows your desire to MAKE something happen. If I talk to anyone in Washington, I’ll refer them here to get your email and phone! Check out your local REI club as well and you may just find a willing partner right around the corner! 🙂

      Good luck Kraig, I look forward to you watching you do great things!
      Dani

  • Gallgood51

    Hi Dani,

    I want to thank you for putting this information out and want to know if you know anyone in Houston that is doing this and looking for partners.

    • I am starting to get to know LOTS of people in Houston that are starting to do MAPS deals. I’m sure someone would be interested in finding a partner. Send me an email at info@mortgageassignmentprofitsreview.com. For privacy reasons, I don’t want to give out people’s info but I’m going to try and create a page where people can post to each other and connect so ya’ll can find partners. Please remind me to get this done, I think it will help many of you!!

      Dani

    • Leslie Cline

      I am in Houston and just getting started in MAPS. You can email me at lesliegcline@gmail.com or find me among the investors in the MAPS investor network.

  • Gallgood51

    Hi Dani,

    I want to thank you for putting this information out and want to know if you know anyone in Houston that is doing this and looking for partners.

    • I am starting to get to know LOTS of people in Houston that are starting to do MAPS deals. I’m sure someone would be interested in finding a partner. Send me an email at info@mortgageassignmentprofitsreview.com. For privacy reasons, I don’t want to give out people’s info but I’m going to try and create a page where people can post to each other and connect so ya’ll can find partners. Please remind me to get this done, I think it will help many of you!!

      Dani

    • Leslie Cline

      I am in Houston and just getting started in MAPS. You can email me at lesliegcline@gmail.com or find me among the investors in the MAPS investor network.

  • Diego

    Hi I’m looking for MAPS partners in the MD DC VA area. My email is ichappelld@gmail.com

  • Diego

    Hi I’m looking for MAPS partners in the MD DC VA area. My email is ichappelld@gmail.com

  • Fortmier

    Can you please explain purchasing territory, not quite understanding.

    • Well – I hope I can answer if I understand your question correctly.

      The REI Matcher comes with territories, so my territories are Austin, San Antonio and a portion of Houston (I chose 3 territories). I don’t really know the specifics of how they created the territories but you get to choose 3 when you get into M.A.P.S.

      I don’t know how long getting 3 territories will last because Phill says that 2 of those territories are bonuses for being one of the first people to get into the program (when I say first, that could mean first 5000 – I don’t know the number he has for this).

      So…if you hear someone say they are purchasing a territory, I’ve seen it advertised that you can get more than 3 territories by “purchasing” more and each additional is $399 last I saw. I personally only use the ones I get for free but I haven’t really branched out of my state like I intend to do eventually.

      Once I branch out, I may decide to buy more, but right now, I’m fine with what I have.

      Hope that helped!

  • Fortmier

    Can you please explain purchasing territory, not quite understanding.

    • Well – I hope I can answer if I understand your question correctly.

      The REI Matcher comes with territories, so my territories are Austin, San Antonio and a portion of Houston (I chose 3 territories). I don’t really know the specifics of how they created the territories but you get to choose 3 when you get into M.A.P.S.

      I don’t know how long getting 3 territories will last because Phill says that 2 of those territories are bonuses for being one of the first people to get into the program (when I say first, that could mean first 5000 – I don’t know the number he has for this).

      So…if you hear someone say they are purchasing a territory, I’ve seen it advertised that you can get more than 3 territories by “purchasing” more and each additional is $399 last I saw. I personally only use the ones I get for free but I haven’t really branched out of my state like I intend to do eventually.

      Once I branch out, I may decide to buy more, but right now, I’m fine with what I have.

      Hope that helped!

  • Monsieurrick

    what i dont see disclosed is why would any buyer want to jump into the shoes of the seller for the very same reasons the seller wants out…no equity (and wont likely ever see any for 10+ years), adjustable rate mortgages, high interest rates, most often there are 2nd’s, etc. if you can give me valid reasons why a buyer would do this, then i’m sold.

    • For some reason, I think I already answered a similar post to this but I don’t know where so I guess I’ll start again from scratch…

      First of all, not all sellers want out because they are underwater. Sellers usually need to sell for completely different reasons, such as, divorce, lost a job, financial issues, job transfer, double mortgages, etc… The reason they ‘CAN’T” sell is because they have little, no or possibly negative equity.

      None of us have a crystal ball and every home is going to be a different scenario, so I’d be hesitant to paint a broad stroked picture that says a homeowner would unlikely see equity for 10+ years. I also don’t personally work with any loans that have adjustable rates or high interest rates. Yes, some have 2nds, but that’s not an issue.

      Buyers want these homes because the “home comes with a loan” and the loan is what is valuable to them. There are a variety of reasons why a home buyer would pay market value or more than market value for a home that comes with financing. Some families just want to get their kids into a particular school district or get into a highly sought after neighborhood, etc…

      I don’t want to speak in too many generalities because every buyer and seller is a little different and it’s about helping each one accomplish something they need or want. If you’re not comfortable with the idea, I don’t think you should just “jump on the bandwagon” and do something you don’t believe in. Find another strategy that works for you. I’m not here to “sell” anyone on doing anything. My team and I believe in what we do and we’re just here to answer questions based on our experiences doing these deals. It’s up to you to choose what’s right for you and I think whatever that is, you’ll do great at it if it’s your passion.

  • Monsieurrick

    what i dont see disclosed is why would any buyer want to jump into the shoes of the seller for the very same reasons the seller wants out…no equity (and wont likely ever see any for 10+ years), adjustable rate mortgages, high interest rates, most often there are 2nd’s, etc. if you can give me valid reasons why a buyer would do this, then i’m sold.

    • For some reason, I think I already answered a similar post to this but I don’t know where so I guess I’ll start again from scratch…

      First of all, not all sellers want out because they are underwater. Sellers usually need to sell for completely different reasons, such as, divorce, lost a job, financial issues, job transfer, double mortgages, etc… The reason they ‘CAN’T” sell is because they have little, no or possibly negative equity.

      None of us have a crystal ball and every home is going to be a different scenario, so I’d be hesitant to paint a broad stroked picture that says a homeowner would unlikely see equity for 10+ years. I also don’t personally work with any loans that have adjustable rates or high interest rates. Yes, some have 2nds, but that’s not an issue.

      Buyers want these homes because the “home comes with a loan” and the loan is what is valuable to them. There are a variety of reasons why a home buyer would pay market value or more than market value for a home that comes with financing. Some families just want to get their kids into a particular school district or get into a highly sought after neighborhood, etc…

      I don’t want to speak in too many generalities because every buyer and seller is a little different and it’s about helping each one accomplish something they need or want. If you’re not comfortable with the idea, I don’t think you should just “jump on the bandwagon” and do something you don’t believe in. Find another strategy that works for you. I’m not here to “sell” anyone on doing anything. My team and I believe in what we do and we’re just here to answer questions based on our experiences doing these deals. It’s up to you to choose what’s right for you and I think whatever that is, you’ll do great at it if it’s your passion.

  • I’m looking to team up with someone in the L.A. area.

    Jay von Mohr
    818-359-1617

  • I’m looking to team up with someone in the L.A. area.

    Jay von Mohr
    818-359-1617

  • Kilowattrealty

    I have just one question and i could be sold. what does the bank have to say about the seller transferring title. this is clearlly a violation of the due on sale clause. i know that there is nothing illegal about that, but there is the possibility that the bank calls the loan due. If they do, the buyer is screwed, since he apparantly cant qualify for the loan. your thoughts?

    • Hey Kilowattrealty!

      It’s not possible for me to speak for the bank, but I will say this….one of the attorney’s we work with writes a letter with every first check made to the mortgage company telling them that the home has been purchased with the loan in place. He goes on to say..if you plan on calling the note due, please send this check back within 15 days.

      Over 1000 transactions, one check was sent back. But he then called the bank and said “what are you guys thinking”…they ended up asking him to send the check back!

      I also talked to another guy who has a family member who works at one of the largest mortgage company servicers out there and their unofficial stance on the due on sale is that if the loan is performing (meaning they are getting checks every month) they don’t care.

      We work with attorneys here in Austin who have done 1000 deals + each, another attorney has done 3000 deals + and not one note was called due on a performing loan.

      Banks are in the business of loans, not homes and I personally feel that if Santa Clause is writing the check, the bank will cash it.

      Keep in mind – this is all my opinion based on personal experience, I am not an attorney, nor do I work for a bank! 🙂

      Hope that helps!

      Dani

      • Kilowattrealty

        Thanks Dani,
        Could you put me in touch with, or give me the name of an attorney that you use? I would like to talk with them briefly about mortgage assignment.

        thank you again,
        terry

  • Kilowattrealty

    I have just one question and i could be sold. what does the bank have to say about the seller transferring title. this is clearlly a violation of the due on sale clause. i know that there is nothing illegal about that, but there is the possibility that the bank calls the loan due. If they do, the buyer is screwed, since he apparantly cant qualify for the loan. your thoughts?

    • Hey Kilowattrealty!

      It’s not possible for me to speak for the bank, but I will say this….one of the attorney’s we work with writes a letter with every first check made to the mortgage company telling them that the home has been purchased with the loan in place. He goes on to say..if you plan on calling the note due, please send this check back within 15 days.

      Over 1000 transactions, one check was sent back. But he then called the bank and said “what are you guys thinking”…they ended up asking him to send the check back!

      I also talked to another guy who has a family member who works at one of the largest mortgage company servicers out there and their unofficial stance on the due on sale is that if the loan is performing (meaning they are getting checks every month) they don’t care.

      We work with attorneys here in Austin who have done 1000 deals + each, another attorney has done 3000 deals + and not one note was called due on a performing loan.

      Banks are in the business of loans, not homes and I personally feel that if Santa Clause is writing the check, the bank will cash it.

      Keep in mind – this is all my opinion based on personal experience, I am not an attorney, nor do I work for a bank! 🙂

      Hope that helps!

      Dani

      • Kilowattrealty

        Thanks Dani,
        Could you put me in touch with, or give me the name of an attorney that you use? I would like to talk with them briefly about mortgage assignment.

        thank you again,
        terry

  • Tcoats

    I’m looking to team up with someone in the Scottsdale, North Scottsdale AZ area to do Mortgage Assignments. My husband is a practicing Attorney, so he can review all contracts for my partner(s) and me. contact me at tcoats88@gmail, if you are interested.

    • Tracy – I’m going to send your info to someone I know in Scottsdale doing these deals…I think you guys may be a great match!

      Dani

  • Tcoats

    I’m looking to team up with someone in the Scottsdale, North Scottsdale AZ area to do Mortgage Assignments. My husband is a practicing Attorney, so he can review all contracts for my partner(s) and me. contact me at tcoats88@gmail, if you are interested.

    • Tracy – I’m going to send your info to someone I know in Scottsdale doing these deals…I think you guys may be a great match!

      Dani

  • Hey Dani! I have enjoyed hearing from you through your videos!
    I am in the S.W. Missouri area (Springfield, Tri Lakes area), Would you happen to know any Realtors or other investors that are using the MAPS in this area?
    Any help would be grateful

    • Hi Dan, I don’t know anyone off the top of my head but maybe you’ll find someone here! Or, if you do get the MAPS system – there is a investor network inside so you can find more investors that way!! Good luck!!

      Dani

  • Hey Dani! I have enjoyed hearing from you through your videos!
    I am in the S.W. Missouri area (Springfield, Tri Lakes area), Would you happen to know any Realtors or other investors that are using the MAPS in this area?
    Any help would be grateful

    • Hi Dan, I don’t know anyone off the top of my head but maybe you’ll find someone here! Or, if you do get the MAPS system – there is a investor network inside so you can find more investors that way!! Good luck!!

      Dani

  • Thehook

    Hi Dani:

    You ar edoing a fantastic job and am very happy to have found your information.

    Yes, I just bought Phill’s course a wek or so ago and have been slowly going through it. Unfortunately my internet at home is not quite fast enough to download his courses, so I need to listen to most of them at my office.

    In some ways I wish I had seen your information first because I am dying to see some of your marketing pieces. I have been in the loan business for a long time and see this program as a potential god-send for many buyers and sellers, as well as loan officers that want to add value to these clients and other real estate agents.

    I had a few questions for you as well and hope I do not wear out my welcome. Also, I saw one post from another real estate investor who give MAPs a thumbs down. 🙁

    1) How do you handle the slight possibility that the seller may pass away before the buyer can refinance their loan or vice versa with the new buyer?

    2) I am out here on the west coast where homes are quite expensive. Homes are $500K even in the less expensive areas. What if the home has dropped from $600K to $400K and the loan amount was $480K. Do you think there is a high likelihood a buyer may buy it? I know Phill has his chart and compares it with appropriate rents. How far underwater does it make sense to market that property?

    3) I have a few friends who are real estate attorneys and attorneys that used to be in real estate. I explained the program and precautions we take. They seemed sceptical. They feel that even with all the disclosures and the letter you write initially to the lender to give them a head’s up, they think there is a potential for us to get sued. How do you feel about that? How else do you protect yourself from law suit happy idiots (buyers and/or sellers) who happily sign off on these programs and then cry foul later? I guess the same goes with lenders (and even the Feds) that later feel the MAPs professional was “abusing” the system or is some sort of scheme? Am I being a bit too cautious here? I know you cannot protect yourself from everything. We are not taking up front fees like the loan mod people, and then doing absoluately nothing. I realize there is a fair amount of work to be done, disclosures and some hand holding. I just wanted to get your perspective on this.
    4) Here is the link I mentioned. Maybe you saw it already. http://allabout.articlesfly.com/business/tag/mortgage-assignment-investing-scam/

    Thanks for your time in advance to responding to my questions.

    Steve

    • Hey Steve,

      We have been swamped and I don’t have the time I used to respond to extremely lengthy questions….so in short….

      M.A.P.S. is not going to be a perfect strategy for every investor and there are investors out there who are trying to sell their own products and they are getting internet traffic because they wrote a poor review about M.A.P.S. You have to make sure you see big picture…..Do your own due diligence.

      1. This question needs to be answered by an attorney and I am NOT an attorney. 🙂

      2. In your example – I’m not sure about the $480K loan – it seems a bit to underwater to me, however I have been surprised sometimes to have buyers say they are willing to pay the premium to get into a certain house, neighborhood, school district, etc… You need to always remember to disclose up front. We don’t want to put buyers in bad situations and they need to know the reality of being able to refinance a home that won’t appraise for awhile – the seller needs the very same disclosures. That home, should probably be a short sale. I really like doing MAPS on little to no equity deals, not heavily underwater.

      3. We live in America – anyone can sue you for any reason. In our business we have a power team and we truly do all we can to set up our buyers and sellers for success. Plus we have great relationships with the people we work with. If a problem arises, they know they can call us. I think you’ll get out what you put in and it will be less likely to have a problem if you always do the right thing. Of course – there is always going to be a risk – you have to decide if it’s worth the risk to help these buyers and sellers and make a living doing it.

      Dani

  • Thehook

    Hi Dani:

    You ar edoing a fantastic job and am very happy to have found your information.

    Yes, I just bought Phill’s course a wek or so ago and have been slowly going through it. Unfortunately my internet at home is not quite fast enough to download his courses, so I need to listen to most of them at my office.

    In some ways I wish I had seen your information first because I am dying to see some of your marketing pieces. I have been in the loan business for a long time and see this program as a potential god-send for many buyers and sellers, as well as loan officers that want to add value to these clients and other real estate agents.

    I had a few questions for you as well and hope I do not wear out my welcome. Also, I saw one post from another real estate investor who give MAPs a thumbs down. 🙁

    1) How do you handle the slight possibility that the seller may pass away before the buyer can refinance their loan or vice versa with the new buyer?

    2) I am out here on the west coast where homes are quite expensive. Homes are $500K even in the less expensive areas. What if the home has dropped from $600K to $400K and the loan amount was $480K. Do you think there is a high likelihood a buyer may buy it? I know Phill has his chart and compares it with appropriate rents. How far underwater does it make sense to market that property?

    3) I have a few friends who are real estate attorneys and attorneys that used to be in real estate. I explained the program and precautions we take. They seemed sceptical. They feel that even with all the disclosures and the letter you write initially to the lender to give them a head’s up, they think there is a potential for us to get sued. How do you feel about that? How else do you protect yourself from law suit happy idiots (buyers and/or sellers) who happily sign off on these programs and then cry foul later? I guess the same goes with lenders (and even the Feds) that later feel the MAPs professional was “abusing” the system or is some sort of scheme? Am I being a bit too cautious here? I know you cannot protect yourself from everything. We are not taking up front fees like the loan mod people, and then doing absoluately nothing. I realize there is a fair amount of work to be done, disclosures and some hand holding. I just wanted to get your perspective on this.
    4) Here is the link I mentioned. Maybe you saw it already. http://allabout.articlesfly.com/business/tag/mortgage-assignment-investing-scam/

    Thanks for your time in advance to responding to my questions.

    Steve

    • Hey Steve,

      We have been swamped and I don’t have the time I used to respond to extremely lengthy questions….so in short….

      M.A.P.S. is not going to be a perfect strategy for every investor and there are investors out there who are trying to sell their own products and they are getting internet traffic because they wrote a poor review about M.A.P.S. You have to make sure you see big picture…..Do your own due diligence.

      1. This question needs to be answered by an attorney and I am NOT an attorney. 🙂

      2. In your example – I’m not sure about the $480K loan – it seems a bit to underwater to me, however I have been surprised sometimes to have buyers say they are willing to pay the premium to get into a certain house, neighborhood, school district, etc… You need to always remember to disclose up front. We don’t want to put buyers in bad situations and they need to know the reality of being able to refinance a home that won’t appraise for awhile – the seller needs the very same disclosures. That home, should probably be a short sale. I really like doing MAPS on little to no equity deals, not heavily underwater.

      3. We live in America – anyone can sue you for any reason. In our business we have a power team and we truly do all we can to set up our buyers and sellers for success. Plus we have great relationships with the people we work with. If a problem arises, they know they can call us. I think you’ll get out what you put in and it will be less likely to have a problem if you always do the right thing. Of course – there is always going to be a risk – you have to decide if it’s worth the risk to help these buyers and sellers and make a living doing it.

      Dani

  • Great job Dani! I live in Kyle, TX and own a company called UnReal Property Solutions, LLC that focuses primarily on mortgage assignments. We are also a hard money lender. I still have trouble finding good Realtors to do deals with. Any suggestions? I am also open to JV Partnerships, and I know this strategy well.
    I can be reached via email at unrealpropertysolutions@gmail.com.
    Thanks and keep up the good work!
    Seth Bergman

    • Hey Seth – I don’t remember if you and I chatted on the phone or by email but I thought I would reply quickly – Realtors are tough – I usually don’t waste my time on them. If you do want to find a realtor with a “Creative” mindset – go to your local REI club and they will likely be in attendance. Also – Kelli Toal is a new realtor and student of Phill’s and she lives in South Austin – you should contact her!

  • Great job Dani! I live in Kyle, TX and own a company called UnReal Property Solutions, LLC that focuses primarily on mortgage assignments. We are also a hard money lender. I still have trouble finding good Realtors to do deals with. Any suggestions? I am also open to JV Partnerships, and I know this strategy well.
    I can be reached via email at unrealpropertysolutions@gmail.com.
    Thanks and keep up the good work!
    Seth Bergman

    • Hey Seth – I don’t remember if you and I chatted on the phone or by email but I thought I would reply quickly – Realtors are tough – I usually don’t waste my time on them. If you do want to find a realtor with a “Creative” mindset – go to your local REI club and they will likely be in attendance. Also – Kelli Toal is a new realtor and student of Phill’s and she lives in South Austin – you should contact her!

  • read the manifesto report. interested. what do i do after i send out/pass out those letters?

    • Hopefully you should be getting calls! Our average is about 1% so long as we hit the right neighborhood (M.A.P.S. neighborhood). However, we talked to someone today that only put out 32 flyers and already has an appointment with a seller.

      Once you get a lead and an appointment, I suggest buying the MAPS system from us immediately so you know what to do next. The idea behind the Manifesto was to help some of the skeptics. We wanted to provide direction and a marketing piece so you can go see for yourself how easy it is to get leads for these deals.

      It’s not rocket science, it’s no gimmik. We do these deals every day and you can too!!

  • read the manifesto report. interested. what do i do after i send out/pass out those letters?

    • Hopefully you should be getting calls! Our average is about 1% so long as we hit the right neighborhood (M.A.P.S. neighborhood). However, we talked to someone today that only put out 32 flyers and already has an appointment with a seller.

      Once you get a lead and an appointment, I suggest buying the MAPS system from us immediately so you know what to do next. The idea behind the Manifesto was to help some of the skeptics. We wanted to provide direction and a marketing piece so you can go see for yourself how easy it is to get leads for these deals.

      It’s not rocket science, it’s no gimmik. We do these deals every day and you can too!!

  • Jade

    Hi Dani,
    Thanks for the info. I have a few questions for you. Have you lately had success with short sales or loan mods? I don’t have the capital to buy a short myself. In Phill’s M A training he says Love American Homes can ALWAYS find an investor to make an offer. What do you do with shorts?
    Thanks,
    Jade

    • Hey Jade, I send my short sales through partner investors like Love American Homes and a few others that I have met here in the Austin area. Love American Homes is the best way to get started and they are national so I advise using them first and as you start understanding the process, if you want to explore other partners too – that’s up to you!

      Hope that helps!
      Dani

  • Jade

    Hi Dani,
    Thanks for the info. I have a few questions for you. Have you lately had success with short sales or loan mods? I don’t have the capital to buy a short myself. In Phill’s M A training he says Love American Homes can ALWAYS find an investor to make an offer. What do you do with shorts?
    Thanks,
    Jade

    • Hey Jade, I send my short sales through partner investors like Love American Homes and a few others that I have met here in the Austin area. Love American Homes is the best way to get started and they are national so I advise using them first and as you start understanding the process, if you want to explore other partners too – that’s up to you!

      Hope that helps!
      Dani

  • Cashn2days

    What if we live in the Arlington,Grand Prairie,Texas area, are these territories taken.

    thx’s

    Jerome Thompson

  • Cashn2days

    What if we live in the Arlington,Grand Prairie,Texas area, are these territories taken.

    thx’s

    Jerome Thompson

  • Jade

    Do you like to use pre-NOD lists? Do you have separate buyer and seller business websites to achieve search engine optimization or another reason?
    thanks,

    Jade

    • Hi Jade, we don’t use pre-NOD lists. Yes, we do have separate seller and buyer sites for two reasons…..1. SEO and 2. KISS

      Hope that helps!
      Dani

  • Jade

    Do you like to use pre-NOD lists? Do you have separate buyer and seller business websites to achieve search engine optimization or another reason?
    thanks,

    Jade

    • Hi Jade, we don’t use pre-NOD lists. Yes, we do have separate seller and buyer sites for two reasons…..1. SEO and 2. KISS

      Hope that helps!
      Dani

  • Jade

    Thanks for your responses to the questions.
    What would a non-realtor call themselves while doing MA deals? facilitator? transactional coordinator? investor?

    Jade

  • Jade

    Thanks for your responses to the questions.
    What would a non-realtor call themselves while doing MA deals? facilitator? transactional coordinator? investor?

    Jade

  • Jade

    Do you call FSBO’s in your local papers and try to get them to do MA? Is that an efficient method?

    • Absolutely you can. I think it’s a great way to practice getting these under wrap but I have not had a ton of success with FSBOs myself (granted, the only time I targeted them at all was when I first started…as practice calls). I always say “TRY IT ALL and TEST IT ALL” … that way you can determine what is the best lead generating source for your particular area. We are always willing to share what works for us, but it may be different where you are at.

      Hope that helps.

      • Madeleine Bryant-Kambe

        I purchased amps and maps….both were to be lifetime…am I still in your system?

  • Jade

    Do you call FSBO’s in your local papers and try to get them to do MA? Is that an efficient method?

    • Absolutely you can. I think it’s a great way to practice getting these under wrap but I have not had a ton of success with FSBOs myself (granted, the only time I targeted them at all was when I first started…as practice calls). I always say “TRY IT ALL and TEST IT ALL” … that way you can determine what is the best lead generating source for your particular area. We are always willing to share what works for us, but it may be different where you are at.

      Hope that helps.

  • Frank

    I’m ready to purchase the maps system. I’m reading everything i can get my hands on about the system BUT why cant I get the manifesto. I”ve clicked on it a few times but all i get is a blank page. Please help or email to me. Dat305Dude@yahoo.com Thanx

  • Frank

    I’m ready to purchase the maps system. I’m reading everything i can get my hands on about the system BUT why cant I get the manifesto. I”ve clicked on it a few times but all i get is a blank page. Please help or email to me. Dat305Dude@yahoo.com Thanx

  • Jade

    Thankyou for sharing your experience. On the CYA documents provided through Phil some of them say (At Time Of Contract) and (At Time Of Sale). When do those documents get filled out?

    Jade 

  • Graylon Prophet

    Hey Dani,

    I was wondering how do I get all your wonderful Marketing pieces?  I already bought the propgram through Phill back in December 2010

    • Hi Graylon,

      I got your voicemail and comment here on our site so I wanted to reply real quick.  We have been asked this numerous times by people so we have been selling all of our bonuses for $97.  If you go to the coaching/partnering tab, there is a link to grab those bonuses there and you don’t just get our marketing templates, you get all the support items we offer when someone buys through us.  We will be pulling that link down Friday due to a new launch happening so you’ll have to get it before then!

      Hope that helps!
      Dani

      • Graylon Prophet

        Thanks Dani,

        I was wondering, is your Seller question sheet apart of the bonuses? and also what launch are you referring too?  the new sellers website for REI Matcher with Phill or your own launch.

        Thanks

        • I’m not sure but I think so….if not, I’ll get it to you.   I’m referring to the new launch for AMPS (Phill’s upgraded MAPS product).  My team and I aren’t launching anything except our coaching program!   🙂

          Looking forward to meeting you sometime on one of our webinars!

          Dani

          • Graylon Prophet

            Ok Cool, I just ordered  your product, but I have not received it yet.  Also I was wondering is it crazy of me just to blanket a whole city (with Flyers) if all the homes range from $110K to $400K because thats the city I live in here in Michigan.  Most of them are not new construction, but are well kept and a lot of houses have updates?  I just have to start and I haven’t, but I don’t want to waste my time.  but on the other hand I am wasting time doing nothing as well. Please advise.

          • Hey Graylon, I personally would not use a aimless approach and waste money blanketing a whole city.  Choose areas with high foreclosures, perhaps see if you can get a list that shows loan to value ratios and target those.  You want to find motivated sellers.  When I first started, we were very specific in the neighborhoods we targeted and we tracked our response.  We did about 200 flyers a day and measured which areas got us calls and which ones didn’t.  Eventually, we found the hot spots and then really hit those subdivisions hard.

            If I were you, I would use that same systematic approach. 

            Hope that helps!
            Dani

      • Madeleine Bryant-Kambe

        I was under the understanding that we just had to purchase one time (I did several times–one big and several small) is that true?

  • Jade

    Do you carry a binder with all the contracts and cya docs when you go to talk with sellers or distribute door hangers?  Do you recomend any realestate magazines?
    Thanks,
    Jade

    • Hey Jade,

      Yes, I carry contracts and disclosures with me in my car to make sure I’m prepared to tie up a deal.  I do not recommend any real estate magazines.  🙂

  • Steve

    Will this work in the san jose san francisco bay area ?

    • Hey Steve,

      I’ll answer that like this:

      I haven’t heard of anyone tell me that it won’t work in their city and state.  We have people in California working the system and I’ve heard they are doing more “wraps” than assignments but they are finding them using the marketing systems in AMPS/MAPS and then they put the homes in REI Matcher to find a buyer.

      Hope that helps!!
      Dani

      • Madeleine Bryant-Kambe

        So what happens to us old Amps, MAPs students…any special deals? We were to get coaching as well…(I kept buying the system because I wanted to do it so well.) I was under the understanding that we were to have ongoing coaching. I am ready to get it going and stop practicing law within the next few months

  • Connie

    I would love to do this system,but right now money is so tight. Would love to partner with someone in Denton,Texas or close to Denton. Then as our financials get better I can pay for the system and also help someone else who is having financials problems get into the program.

    • Good luck Connie!  I hope you are able to find a partner!

      Dani

    • Larry Copling

      Connie:

      Did you ever find that partner? I live in The Colony and just spoke to Flip about coming on board today. I would also be interested in partnering with someone locally to get things going more quickly. You game?

  • Richard Evans

    How far under water can a seller be and still be attractive to a buyer?  I am a little skeptical that a buyer will pay me $10,000 or even $5000 to match him to a seller and assume a mortgage that is in negative territory by thousands or even 10’s of thousands of dollars. 

    I did try short sales a couple of years back and never put a deal together so I have stuck to buying homes in the Detroit area with my IRA and renting them, but my Health Insurance business has been going down hill for the last several years and this sounds like it me be the answer that I have been looking for.  Tell me what your experience has been and how far under water a person can be and still be a prospect for a deal.

    Boy, you can sure talk fast.  I like your energy!

    • Hi Richard!

      Good question…a lot depends on the area.  I’ve had buyers buy houses that were pretty far underwater because it was a great neighborhood or really good schools. 

      Hope that helps!!
      Dani

  • Jade

    Even with the new super contract and new disclosures and Torok Law closing agents, we still have to get an Authorization to Release Loan Info filled out right?

    Jade

    • Hi Jade,

      Yes, I think that it’s best for you to get an ATRLI signed with the other documents that you request from the seller.

      Dani

  • Jade

    With the new super contract and disclosures we don’t use the sub 2 contract, M A Addendum, Seller Acknowledgements, Agreement and Indemnity, Benefits and Risks of Creative Owner Financed Transactions. Right?

    Thanks again,
    Jade

    • As far as I’ve been told, that is absolutely correct and that’s what I’ve changed over too.  I now only use the SMA contract and assignment.  Makes it much easier now!!  🙂

  • mvp5000

    Hey there!!!

    Greetings from a fellow MAPS/AMPS member!  Sorry I already bought Phill’s system in January 2011 and just found out about your existence today.  🙂

    I’m in Wisconsin in a suburb around Milwaukee.  I’ve tried using an LTV list for houses ~5 years old from MelissaData for a couple of counties and got 1100 addresses.  I’ve sent half of them out and gotten about 5 contacts — all of them have been the “I’m in no hurry, I’m just finding out what the catch is” type of calls.  I explain the plan, highlighting that the appeal to their house is the loan that already exists on it, and they understand.  Some have even viewed the seller site.

    Question 1:  No one is grabbing at the opportunity though.  They think it’s “interesting information”, but nothing beyond that.  So my question is, have you figured out what should be done next to get them to cross the line?  I have sent the REI MatcherPRO autoresponders, but I’m not sure they are getting them since the one’s I sent to myself via a “test seller” went to spam or never got to me at all.

    Marketing — I haven’t tried the flyers/doorhangers although I have designed my own.  Just gotta get out there and walk the beat — failing ankles in pain none-the-less.  Oh well.  See, I’ve got a $$$ problem and HAVE to be “cheap” right now.  🙂   

    Question 2:  I approached a Realtor (who I already know) about this system and he mentioned he has looked at doing something with sub-to deals but hasn’t because he’s been so busy with listings.  My question is, if I show him what I’m looking to do with AMPS and he likes the way it works, what will keep him from just picking up and doing it all on his own rather than passing AMPS deals to me?  Won’t I be creating my own competition that now has stronger options than me?  I don’t want to shoot myself in the foot.  Please explain how having a Realtor involved will help me rather than hurt me.

    Thanks!  ~ Mike ~

  • Konyc3000

    Dani I have a possible without even buying the system i implemented some of my knowledge of real estate previously and used the free tools that were given in the webinar but i want to use the money the the system because i am really interested and i know i need it because it covers way more. Can i still use the contract its in NC i have already requested the contract

  • Jbolz

    What are your favorite marketing methods? “Driving for dollars?”, direct mail?, newspaper ads? Why?
    Thanks,
    Jade

    • Hi Jade,

      Sorry for the delay in reply – website issues! 🙁

      My favorite marketing methods are the internet & door flyers.

      Those are my top 2 in terms of ROI compared to other marketing methods. I have other favorites that I still use from time to time but the above 2 I use for the majority of my marketing.

      Great question by the way!
      Dani Lynn

  • Rascaia

    Dani, what happens if the buyer fails on their commitment on the assignment?

    • Hi Rascaia,

      Sorry for the delay in reply – had some “bugs” in my website and didn’t see your post…

      Anyway, to answer your question, if the buyer fails on their commitment on the assignment, the seller can foreclose and take the house back and then if they still don’t want the house or can’t afford the house, we can do it all over again.

      I’ve done this twice now with sellers but I’ve done many many deals so it’s been a rare occurrence. I always give the sellers a heads up about the possibility and tell them to call me if anything happens and I’ll help provide them with options depending on the situation.

      I hope that helps!!
      Dani Lynn

  • Kay

    are you still giving your marketing materials if a person purchases Phil’s program through your affiliate link? Also do you have other students in the Atlanta, GA area?

  • karl

    how much does this mortgage assignment system costs?

    thanks

    Karl
    wholesaleaseoptions@gmail.com

    • Hi Kari,

      It costs $997 or there is a 2 pay option as well. You can click the “Buy MAPS Here” menu item to learn more about the bonuses we provide with the system. I hope that helps.

      Dani

  • Felecia Winfield

    How is M.A.P.S. going for 2012?  Are you still having great success of at least 6 deals a month?

    • REIRockstars

       Hi Felecia,

      Yes, Mortgage assignments and subject to deals are still rockin’ in 2012!!

  • Dan C.

    isn’t “Subject To” deals the same as “Mortgage Assignments”?   

    • Hi Dan,

      Essentially, yes. In an mortgage assignment, you’re simply wholesaling a subject to contract to an end buyer. The main difference is that you’re playing an intermediary role to get a fee if you’re assigning the deal, but if you’re buying the property subject to for your own portfolio, then you’re acting as the principle in the transaction.

      Different disclosures are probably the most important difference to keep yourself safe/compliant, etc.. when acting as the intermediary.

      Hope that helps!
      Dani

  • Lgouarianster

    Dani Lynn, good morning, I checked your wonderful video and have a question. Looking through the comments, I realized that in my initial email it said that the material for Wealthy Finder System is $100. But through your comments I’ve noticed that the system is $1000 or so. Can you please tell me why there is such a difference between the initial offer and the price I found through the comments? Thank you.

  • Lisa

    Hi didn’t get your number would like to give you a call
    Lisa

  • Madeleine Bryant-Kambe

    His events are all TRUE HIGH QUALITY information programs. I have attended others, and he is incredible. Amps is the least liability best opportunity to make money. This program produces!

  • rb

    How is this doing in 2014?

  • Burtis Buchanan

    I am interested in joining an becoming a member of M.A.P.S or AMPS…I currently have a stong buyer looking for a home in the Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, Pomona,Ontario, Clairemont, Upland, Rialto areas or surrounding cities. I’d like to partner with someone doing deals in the San Gabriel Valley… California. Please contact me fixnflipinfo@yahoo.com