PODCAST: Getting the hottest deal in foreclosures!

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Whitelaw & Sons Real Estate Services DRE# 00984909


thumb_iTunesLogoThat's right, this week we talk about a trend in the foreclosure business that I think people can really profit from. In many areas, there are now multiple offers on foreclosures. Well, I have come across a way for you to not only beat out ALL those offers, but to pay LESS than all the others are offering! How can this be? Dark magic? Divine intervention? Bribery? Nope, just take advantage of a trend I spotted that might not last too long!


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Comments (4)

Moshe Cohen
Valuation Solutions - Morristown, NJ

I dont know what I did wrong but I could not hear it.

Aug 30, 2009 01:53 PM
Robert Whitelaw
Whitelaw & Sons Real Estate Services - Morgan Hill, CA
Broker, CEO, Realtor , ePro

Hmmm... I just gave it a go and it will actually start playing automatically. Give it another try and make sure your volume is turned up. You also need to have quicktime installed (it is free from apple)



Aug 31, 2009 11:18 AM
Vickie Nagy
Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate - Palm Springs, CA
Vickie Jean the Palm Springs Condo Queen

Robert, I need to pick up the pace a bit and get into podcasting. Are there any ActiveRain groups that I should follow? Can you take a few minutes to point me to a 'help' source. I have a FlipHD and a Mikey for my iPod.

Oct 30, 2010 05:05 AM
Robert Whitelaw
Whitelaw & Sons Real Estate Services - Morgan Hill, CA
Broker, CEO, Realtor , ePro

In all honesty, i don't think activerain is going to be your best resource for this. You need to figure a few things out. Like how you want to host your podcast, do you want it to be a live call-in type show, etc.


If you just want to host pre-recorded shows that you upload, that is pretty easy. There are a number of places on the net where you can host your podcast. I now do a live call-in podcast each week on blogtalkradio.com/rebelbroker. So all the hosting is handled there. I created a website as a focal point for my podcasting at therebelbroker.com.

Talk to whomever is hosting your website and find out what it will take to get your podcast hosted on their server. In my case, for the first 3 or 4 years I did my podcast, I used the same site my webpage was on. I had it getting submitted to iTunes automatically. 

If you do a google search on podcast hosting, you will also get tons of options. Many of them free.


Let me know if you have any other questions.

Nov 01, 2010 07:52 AM