Win a copy of "Wholesaling for quick Cash 2.0"

Posted On 7:17 AM by Scott Costello |

As i mentioned in a previous post that I have two copies of Steve Cook's incredible "Wholesaling for quick Cash 2.0" course (I bought one and am getting one for attending his bootcamp next month). So I'm going to give back and give the extra copy to someone who is following my blog.

Ok...So here is what you have to do to have a chance to get the Course.

  1. Sign up to "follow" my blog (you can do this on the top right of the page)

  2. Post a comment under this Post that lists a Webpage for your favorite online, Real Estate Investing Resource. I'm basically looking for links to Free Tutorials/Courses that can help people out. If this works the way I hope, it will turn into a great resource for people to learn investing techniques. If you don't know of a free Tutorial/Course then just post the site that has helped you out the most in your quest to become an investor.

I will randomly select a person on February 20th, 2009 and announce it on my blog. Hopefully this works out smoothly, but if not I appologize.

Thanks for reading along and helping me out!

-Scott Costello
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23 Response to 'Win a copy of "Wholesaling for quick Cash 2.0"'
  1. Shae'> February 6, 2009 at 7:27 PM

    Hi Scott, that's cool that you're offering up the course! I actually have a couple suggestions: and Both are chock full of helpful articles, videos, etc. at no cost.


  2. Steph'> February 8, 2009 at 8:12 PM

    I already have a copy of Steve's course, but I'll be happy to follow you anyway! :)


  3. Boyd'> February 9, 2009 at 3:34 PM

    Wow, Scott: Great idea. If for no other reason than to have a list of resources available for people to use. Of course, I still want to win. :) Ok, step one is done. I'm signed up to follow your blog. Now on to my list:

    There are so many great resources available that I don't know where to begin. Of course, I would definitely suggest that people visit and get involved in the newsgroup forum. A wealth of great information is available right there. Second, people should absolutely take a stroll over to Steph's blog, if they are so unfortunate to have not already done so. Read EVERY post she has ever written, it will be well worth your time.

    Other great websites that I think are worth looking at are:

    A few free ebooks are available for download, too:

    How To Create Multiple Streams of Income Buying Homes in Nice Areas with Nothing Down! They used to send you a free paperback version of the book, as well. But I'm not sure they do that anymore.

    Real Estate Jobbing 101

    Think and Grow Rich

    I know that there are a ton of other sites and ebooks available, but I can't think of them right now. I'll try to post some more as they pop into my head.



  4. Scott Costello'> February 9, 2009 at 7:56 PM

    Thanks guys for posting those resources. Some great ones that I've been to and some ones I've yet to really explore. I'm working on a list of resources from all my bookmarks as I write this comment. I will post those when I get them trimmed down to the best ones.


  5. Brooks'> February 10, 2009 at 7:02 AM


    When looking at all of the education online (free or not) it's hard to decide who is full of crap, who knows what they are talking about, and who is just trying to strictly sell you education.

    I stumbled upon it and fell in love with the creator. Let me tell you why -- he is objective. When new education hits the street, he doesn't just jump on board, he gets them on the phone, blasts them with questions (which ends up having great nuggets of info!) and then makes his decision.

    You sticking names in a hat or should I list many more and give you my explanations why? : )


  6. Scott Costello'> February 10, 2009 at 7:30 AM


    I fully agree with you about REITips. It's part of my daily read. J.P. was a part of FlippingHomes and still is as far as I know. Great service!

    To pick a winner I'll basically just put all the names in a hat and just choose the winner. Very basic. But feel free to post as many sources as possible and having a personal review like you did for REITips is a great benefit.

    Thanks Brooks


  7. rm'> February 11, 2009 at 6:36 AM

    The best REI sites I've found so far are and


  8. Brooks'> February 11, 2009 at 7:39 AM

    This is a guy in Birmingham, AL that has done more than 150 deals and answers tons of questions that wholesalers have via youtube

    That's his channel that you can subscribe to. You can also visit his site and sign up and you will get e-mailed with new info and videos as they come...



  9. ScottB'> February 11, 2009 at 8:52 AM

    Hey Great idea on the wholesaling 2.0 giveway! These blogs are becoming a great source for free information on wholesaling. I've been following Steph blog for one. Now your blog. Blogs like Stephs and yours even though your still looking for your first deal are great. You post your daily activities and it really gives newbies a chance to see the effort they need to put in. They can see that what they are doing just isnt enough. My favorite is one I think most of us know. Now another one maybe everyone doesnt know about is


  10. Ken in Mich'> February 11, 2009 at 8:59 AM

    Nice Blog. I am looking for a jumpstart in wholesaling as my flip career is having a shaky startup.


  11. Ingrid'> February 12, 2009 at 9:14 AM

    Hi Scott!

    I would like to add two blogs REI Startup at and Gorman Property Group

    J Scott's blog, REIStartup, is a great read. He has a lot of info about cash flow analysis and is detailing all of his rehab projects.

    David Gorman's blog is a great read, too. David details his rehab projects, both for his rehabs and his rehabs for his clients, and it's great to see the before and after pics.

    Also ditto to the other sites mentioned!


  12. Ahmed'> February 12, 2009 at 10:18 AM

    I regularly use and it gives me average comps from, and

    I think the comps are pretty accurate atleast for my area.



  13. Rob'> February 12, 2009 at 1:34 PM

    Hey Scott,

    Biggerpockets has been an awesome forum where I've learned a lot from. I also have a couple NJ related blogs that I follow. Here is a list of blogs:

    Also, I think I remember you saying you've been to GSREIA. This month Vena Jones Cox is the speakers, are you attending?


  14. jasonhh'> February 13, 2009 at 7:56 AM

    What a cool idea.

    I wind up using a lot. Figure PITI payments, look at the days par rate, things of that nature.

    That's the only one I can think to add to what has already been listed.

    Perhaps for those without MLS?


  15. Scott Costello'> February 13, 2009 at 9:29 AM

    Keep them coming, this is turning out to be a great list of sites!


  16. Kristen'> February 17, 2009 at 4:54 PM

    Hi Scott,
    This sounds like a great idea. I'd love the chance to view this course. Two sites that I like as far as real estate investing resources are ( where I first found out about your blog) and (join this one's free newsletter email address and you'll be added to the list of announcements for free webinars and other educational tools.) Hope you all like both!


  17. Anonymous'> February 17, 2009 at 5:17 PM

    Hey Scott, I am like everyone else here. What a great idea. Just in the last few minutes I have found other great resources to use in my quest to be a real estate investors. Reading yours and Steph's blog has also been a great help. It has let me know that I am not doing enough and need to get myself moving. The best resources I use and have learned the most are from bigger pockets and I find the local forums very helpful too. If you are investing in Maryland, and are great sites.


  18. Unknown'> February 18, 2009 at 4:32 PM

    I guess I will throw my hat in the ring as well, Scott. The site I recommend is He has a ton of interviews with various gurus on there. They are all selling something, but have morsels of great information in each call.


  19. mom2twins'> February 18, 2009 at 4:42 PM

    Hi Scott. I agree with everybody that it is really cool that you are offering Steve's Wholesaling Course! On a daily basis I read and (one of the local reia sites). Like you, I have been to some of the sites posted, but there are also new ones I have not been to (yet!). Thanks to all who have posted!


  20. mikefal'> February 19, 2009 at 2:13 PM

    Wow. I am so happy that I stumbled upon your blogger while reading thru the forums. I was actually looking for more information on Steve's Course and when I found out I had a chance to win a copy I was pretty much out of my seat. Looks like I just made the deadline....whew!

    Originally the only link I was going to post was for but its almost like thats an OBVIOUS website that most everyone already knows about.

    After some more reading I realized that I found an incredibly useful site...RIGHT HERE ON YOUR BLOG IN YOUR COMMENTS! I know its cheesy but it works. All these links are fantastic and again I'm happy that I stumbled upon this site. Cheers!



  21. mikefal'> February 19, 2009 at 4:55 PM

    I also wanted to put another link to another information site I found:



  22. J.Lamar Ferren'> February 20, 2009 at 9:56 AM

    Hey Scott... I love when people give value and I fell this will be a very valuable blog, which you will be rewarded for in some shape or form. Thank you for such an opportunity as well as the value you are providing for other investors! Good Stuff bro!

    Here are some helpful sites I've found:

    and my mind is going blank, but man there are so many. lol

    Anyway, best of luck with your blog


  23. Anonymous'> February 20, 2009 at 12:31 PM

    Hey, man - what a great idea! I love having read everyone's answers, and I'm honored to have seen mentioned a couple of times - you guys rock!

    Hey, also, Steve's Wholesaling 2.0 course is waaaaay good, so someone's going to be very happy. (I should know since I helped him put the 2.0 version together :-)

    Anyway my contributions to the list would be:

    Definitely TampaSteph's blog:


    And all the blogs listed in the real estate investing blog showcase:

    (Yours should be there!)

    My best,