Some of the best deals out there are from sellers who don't even know that they want to sell.
Let's say you have an owner (let's call him/her Pat) who owns an investment house in Wisconsin but lives in Iowa. Pat collects the rent payment for the house, but never really travels to the house to check up on it and it's condition. Pat doesn't really enjoy being an investor, but doesn't think the house could be sold in this market.
Pat is a casual Twitter user. One day, Pat sees a Tweet from a follower that reads, "I just helped another homeowner unload their house in this recession."
Pat is intrigued by this Tweet and sends a Direct Message to the person who posted the Tweet (who just happens to be a Dean Graziosi student). Pat wants to know if this person can help sell/buy his investment property.
Long-story-short, the DG student was able to purchase the property at 48% below fair market value. By building a Twitter following and posting relevant Tweets on a regular basis, the DG student finds these kinds of deals on a regular basis.
The DG student also uses Facebook, MySpace, Squidoo, and other Social Media sites to attract potential buyers and sellers.
Cyle Greenwell, President
Max Enterprises, Inc