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Using AZ Bidder to Buy Homes at Trustee’s Sales: Winning a Bid

“I wish you were born knowing everything so you could just stay home all day.”

–          My 6 year-old daughter’s reaction when she found out she has to go back to school after spring break ends.

Out of the mouth of babes.  If only us humans could be like Neo, Keanu Reeves’ character in the Matrix.  Imagine how cool it would be if our brains were like a computer and could download a program for piloting a helicopter.  Or how about transferring a jujitsu file into your cranium?  Certainly with this kind of technology we’d all have a little more time to hang out around the house watching TV.

That would make my little kindergartner very happy.  She could watch a marathon of Sponge Bob and the Wild Kratts.

Alas, we’ll never see that happen in our lifetime.

The good news is if you decide to buy a house at a trustee’s sale (auction) in Arizona, specifically Maricopa County, you can know everything AND stay home all day.  That is, of course, if you use the online bidding service AZ Bidder.

Keep in mind that I don’t get paid by AZ Bidder.  I’m just a client and a big fan of their service.  To see why check out the 7-part video series I did last month.  The only flaw in it was I didn’t win the bid on the property I chose to profile.

So without any further delay please click on the video below to see how well the system works when you win a bid on a property.

*For the best resolution I recommend you view this in full screen mode with the 720p HD option selected at the bottom right corner of the video box.

Winning a Bid

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