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February 20th, 2017

Successfully Working with Realtors

Since over 80% of real estate is sold through realtors, it is important to learn how to work successfully with realtors. First, let’s look at what an agent can do for us: Promptly provide complete and accurate comps. Literally unlock the door to potential deals so we can see the property at our convenience. Submit […]

January 3rd, 2017

Understanding the Investor’s Mindset as a Realtor

Most of your traditional buyer clients are probably very similar in what they’re looking for in a property.  They want a property that is within their budget (or below their budget), that has as many bells and whistles as possible, and that is in a prime location.  Most of your buyers want as much as […]

December 12th, 2016

5 Ways to Get Past the Gatekeeper

Who is the gatekeeper? The individual who perceives that it is her/his job is to control the flow of information or limit what information is shared. A person or “technology” that blocks or withholds information needed to complete a job. Gatekeepers are just doing their job, trying to be efficient and protect those in their […]

November 23rd, 2016

Three Common Obstacles for New Investors

The career of a real estate investor is riddled with obstacles. The very job of an investor is to find and fix problems and overcome obstacles. However, there are difficulties that can blindside new investors and stop them before they even start. This article will illustrate three common obstacles investors will face upon entering the […]

November 7th, 2016

Top 5 Reasons for Working with a Real Estate Power Team

In order to successfully manage a successful real estate business, a smart investor needs a good power team for help and support.  A power team is group of people with complementary professions working together with the same clients without taking business away from each other. One of the biggest mistakes rookie investors make is thinking […]

October 23rd, 2016

3 Common Mistakes New Investors Make When Working with An Agent

Like any other business, real estate investing needs to be carefully planned and seriously scrutinized. In an industry where competition is rampant, it is crucial to avoid making mistakes as much as possible. While there are many new investors starting out with the best intention of making a career out in real estate, only a […]

July 27th, 2016

Networking by Attending Foreclosure Auctions

To most people, being a real estate investor is all about making a lot of money through buying and selling properties. Although that idea of real estate investing is not far from the truth, there’s more to it than that. To make it to the top, real estate investors need a lot of help from […]

July 8th, 2016

The Benefits of Using a Real Estate Attorney as Part of Your Power Team

For most people, the purchase and/or sale of their home will likely be the largest financial transaction they will make. Likewise, as a real estate investor, you will be involved with numerous and large financial transactions. The amount and risk of such transactions merits the use of a real estate professional. Additionally, several states require […]

July 4th, 2016

Marketing to Cash Buyers

When you begin marketing to cash buyers, there are several ways you may want to go about doing it. You could set up a direct mail campaign or even send a postcard with some jazzy marketing hoopla. Of course, there’s also the option of using bandit signs, which our students have found to be wildly […]

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