Today, I’m extremely excited to have Gavin Timms and Dustin Kircher onto the show to talk about a new program, REI Deal Closers.
Gavin and Dustin have been working on this program for six or seven weeks now, and they’re really excited to reveal it to you all today. Dustin has been doing real estate since he was in college, when he started working with student parent investors.
This is a great strategy to use near college campuses. The pitch is simple: “Instead of having your kid live in the dorms, buy a house. Your kid lives there for free, and you make money renting out the other two or three rooms.” Using this strategy, Dustin was able to make a lot of deals while still taking classes. After that, he got into rehabbing and flipping. He made his first solo deal when he was twenty, and he’s been hooked ever since.
Dustin has also had a lot of success with trustee sales. But he also learned the hard way that it’s important to have boots on the ground to check out a property before bidding. One time, he and a partner bought a property at an auction that seemed too good to be true. Turns out it was: there was no house on the lot! It had burned down in a fire. Soon after that, he got into the virtual markets, which brings us to the new program REIdealclosers.com.
Join Gavin and Dusting there, and they’ll partner with you and help you turn leads into cash. They want to take the leads that you consider lost or dead and do the work to bring them to close. When you join REIdealclosers.com, you’ll fill out a simple form, and then they’ll reach out to you and start working your leads ourselves. Partner with them and make some money together!
Watch and Learn:
Listen and learn:
- Strategies for working with student-parent investors.
- Trustee sales and auctions.
- Focus on one thing at a time, not the big shiny object deals.
- The importance of networking and accountability partners.
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