There is no doubt about it: if you want to be successful in real estate investing, you HAVE TO talk to sellers.
Not only do you have to talk to sellers, but you have to do it often.
Because – let’s face it – there may be times that you randomly stumble on deals but, most of the time, you need to make a concerted effort to find property deals.
To give you a little inspiration, I’m talking about how to keep things simple when talking with sellers. As an inexperienced real estate investor, I used to spend hours on the phone with sellers. The problem? I was only talking to maybe 2-3 sellers over the course of several hours. It was exhausting and not very productive.
So, I’m sharing how to have impactful but concise conversations with sellers and some other tips for how to approach the conversation. Remember, you’re proposing a solution to the seller’s problem… you just need to determine what, exactly, their problem is.
Tune in to hear more helpful examples of seller conversations from my own experience and get ready to find more deals, earn more money, and build your real estate investing business…
Listen and learn:
- How I approach conversations with sellers.
- How I went from having super long, exhausting conversations with sellers to finding a way to make my conversations shorter and more effective.
- I explain practical tips/ways you can structure your day in order to speak with more sellers.
- I also share some examples of recent deals/conversations I had with sellers
Mentioned in this episode:
- Joe’s coaching site: JoeCoaching.com
- Joe’s live implementation workshop: JoeCoaching.com/Workshop
- Email Joe: support@JoeMcCall.com
- Joe’s podcasts on iTunes: Real Estate Investing Mastery Podcast
- Joe’s podcasts on YouTube: Joe McCall
- Joe’s podcasts on Facebook: Joe McCall
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