Gavin spends time with Dustin Kircher, and they take a look at a couple of recent successful deals where good money was made all around. Before going into wholesaling full time, Dustin completed five thousand real estate transactions across the country while working with a hedge fund. Whenever there’s creative financing involved in a deal, the way you work with wholesalers and how you get them over the line is key. Spending time to make sure the deal is structured properly before trying to close matters.
Many people are shocked when they find out that is that there are ways to get paid for deals that may not seem like they’re going to amount to anything. Innovation and creativity are what make most seller finance deals work for everyone involved. When it comes to sellers, it’s important to stay honest and transparent. If the deal isn’t going to work or it’s getting anywhere close to being unethical, offering to get them in touch with the right agent is the right thing to do. Typically, in those cases, there are commissions associated when you provide an agent with a referral, so everybody wins.
Wherever you might be in your real estate investment career, there’s a ton of opportunity to be had in deals where you’re more of a middleman than a closer. It is also possible to earn money from old leads you may have lying around. For more information and to find out how to get rid of your leads and still get paid, head over to REIDealClosers.com.
Watch and Learn:
Listen and learn:
- Two examples of deals that made Dustin money without being the closer.
- How to structure deals within the seller financing space.
- How to make money by handing leads over to someone else to work.
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