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DeedGrabber Study Programs

Go Ahead, Be a DeedGrabber! Ebook

"Go Ahead, Be a DeedGrabber" Ebook

The publication that started it all in 2008! Updated several times since, this 121-page ebook covers:

- Researching State Laws and Getting Lists of Prospects

- Filtering Out Undesirable Properties

- Marketing to Owners, and What to Say

- Signing the Purchase Agreement and Deed

And more! Also just added:

"How to Work with Delinquent
Properties WAY Before the Tax Sale" Bonus Section

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NEW - Tax Delinquent Property Lists For Immediate Download

A large selection of tax-delinquent properties from dozens of counties throughout the United States, ready to download now.
Obtained directly from the county in most cases. Check them out, there is probably a list in stock near you!

DeedGrabber Study Course

DeedGrabber Study Course

Get the Ebook in printed format in a sturdy binder, plus these extras:

- Paperwork/Legal Forms CD-ROM - Everything you'll use to purchase and sell properties in Word format

- 1 Hour Seminar DVD - Overview

- Quick Start CD - Get started fast by focusing on the essentials!

- 1 Hour Interview with Jackie Lange - "Getting Started DeedGrabbing"

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ken July 24, 2012 at 7:00 pm

While searching the internet for information pertaining to RE deeds I noticed information aboit your deed grabber program & hooked on overages program.
I didnot see a total price for the deed grabber program? Maybe due to an operator oversight... However, it does look really interesting as I've always had an interest in becoming a RE entrepreneur.
Is your hooked on overages program a total different entity from the deed grabber program? Which of the two programs would you suggest getting started in first? I look forward to your reply...

Rick Dawson July 24, 2012 at 7:46 pm

Both methods obviously have to do with tax sales - DeedGrabber shows you how to find disinterested owners who are about to lose a property to taxes - then buy that unwanted property cheaply and resell for profit.

Hooked on Overages takes over where DeedGrabber left off - in some states the owner is entitled to overages paid in at the tax sale by the tax sale bidder after losing a property - we connect that owner with their funds for a fee of 30-40%.

So one deals with property and one deals with unclaimed cash.

If you're totally new to real estate, there is less of a learning curve with Hooked on Overages and cash can come in much quicker, in as little as two weeks after starting (if you REALLLY hustle!).

However, some like the idea of building a property portfolio instead of chasing owners of unclaimed cash. The thing I like about both of them is, that if you follow my instructions you will have little or no money at risk so it's a great way to learn the ropes without getting yourself into a big hole while you learn - or allows you to participate even if cash is very tight.

Hooked on Overages is available at
DeedGrabber Ebook is available at
I also have an extensive course on assigning/flipping property you may want to look at called Free and Clear Foreclosures - see it at

Vadim August 15, 2012 at 6:38 am

Hello Rick! I want to buy your Deedgrabber study course but I'm confused with another product you have: Can you explain please what is the difference between them and which one you recommend/prefer. Thank you

Rick Dawson August 20, 2012 at 7:30 pm

The Study Course is one of my more basic courses that covers only buying and immediately reselling properties.

The product at (Free and Clear Foreclosures) is a much more in-depth product that explains how to tie-up, and flip to cash buyers, properties without buying them upfront. It also covers buying properties as well.

john October 2, 2013 at 5:26 am

so , the system of Free and Clear Foreclosures is the newer version of your production than DeedGrabber, right...?

Jamie September 24, 2012 at 1:22 am

As I am reading more about your website, it seems that if you are buying the property from the owner you still have to pay for the closing cot, get a loan, and go through the process of paying off all tax lien applicable to the property and more... so what would be the benefit here other that "potential" discount in the property value.

Rick Dawson September 24, 2012 at 6:21 pm

We usually don't do "normal" real estate closings when we buy property as I show. We also don't get loans because we usually buy unwanted property for $50-$200. Often we won't even record the deed unless we find a buyer to the property, and that buyer will pay the tax lien amount and deduct it from the amount they pay us for the property.

So the advantage is, if structured properly, we never have more than a couple hundred dollars at risk (or tied up) to buy a property. If it doesn't go well, we might lose that investment. But the ones that DO go well can easily make us $5000, $10,000, or even much more.

Sue October 1, 2012 at 6:03 pm

I cannot get to a page that gives the price for "". It simply does not exist. I would like to know the price and how to get it. Do I need anything else to go with it to work this program?

Rick Dawson October 3, 2012 at 6:03 am

I'm sorry, the digital pay plan no longer exists - it was closed down a little while back.

Please call Michelle at 800-242-5410, she may be able to work something out with you.

Jacqui October 7, 2012 at 5:17 am

So are you saying that the Hooked On Overages program is no longer available?

Rick Dawson October 9, 2012 at 4:11 am

We are not selling the digital trial anymore at this time. It will be revamped and sold again for full price ($1697) again soon.

Be sure to catch what we've got to show you here - I think as interesting as overages for a few different reasons I'll show you.

Lisa October 27, 2012 at 5:26 am

Hi Rick,

I just learned of a strategy similar to the "Hooked on Overages" strategy where you buy the the discounted property right before the tax auction but you DO NOT pay the taxes and let the property go through the auction process (and hopefully it will get sold). This methods allows you to receive the "excess proceeds" from the auction because you would be the last owner of record BEFORE the auction and would be entitled to the overage - and the new owner would get the property in the usual manner - and therefore you wouldn't have to find an end buyer for the deal. I'm told that this strategy works in all states. Are you familiar with this strategy? And if so, is this included in the most current version?

Rick Dawson October 30, 2012 at 6:51 pm

I'm familiar with this strategy and it's a good one - I've done a lot of these deals. It's a totally different strategy from the others, so we don't include it in the courses. I was going to do a course but Jack Bosch has put together an excellent course called "Hidden Tax Sale Cash" - I recommend it.

The strategy works FROM all states (you can work from wherever you are, nationwide) but only a dozen or so states have tax sale systems where the strategy works.

Troy Fondaw January 3, 2013 at 11:21 pm

I am searching everywhere to order your Hooked On Overages system. You are totally famous for this system!! I have researched all over the internet and everyone is copying your product word for word. Please let me know exactly where to find the site to order this.

Rick Dawson January 5, 2013 at 12:02 am

Oops, sorry! You can get it at

John January 22, 2013 at 8:57 pm

Hi Rick! I would like to know what software is best for the hooked overage system? Thanks John.

Rick Dawson January 29, 2013 at 5:57 pm

No software is really needed but HighriseHQ is a good online system for keeping track of your leads, as shown in the program.

Robert August 14, 2013 at 2:36 pm

I missed the webinar about making money with commercial properties. I would like to know are you going to repost it or can you send that to me personally because that is what I would be really interested in.

Rick Dawson August 19, 2013 at 5:07 pm

We will get something to you.

Lee September 7, 2013 at 12:39 am

Hi Rick, I was looking at your DEMO on List Editing and one of the things in it was how important it is to have a header file so you can know what each row means.well, I finally got a disc from my County,but it does not seem to have a header file so I can't tell what each row is. Can you E-mail me and let me know what I can do about it ,I live SUFFOLK County. Thank You