Our students Gigi and Steve are both proof that there is no certain mold you have to fit to be a real estate investor. As new wholesalers, Gigi and Steve both came from very different backgrounds. An ER doctor, Gigi picked wholesaling because it was a completely new field that challenged her. And Steve had to learn to embrace technology, or at least find some ways to work around his technophobia.
Both Gigi and Steve have built teams that play off their specific strengths. Steve loves talking to sellers, so we’ve created a team for him that just feeds him homeowners ready to sell. A master at building relationships and rapport, listen to how Steve is able to find a new buyer in only a half hour, and still manages to close a property on time.
Gigi is willing to try anything once, and that’s how she found herself with her first double close that let her make $24,000 without bringing a dime of her own funds to the table. We built a team around her that helps her improve her follow up system and stay on top of the offers she’s made.
Real estate investing really will work for anyone who takes the time to build a team and a system. Our job as coaches is to help you plug in the holes in your business, just like we’ve done for Gigi and Steve. If you’d like to see if we’d be a good fit for your business, send us an email and we’d love to see if we’re a good fit for each other.
Watch and Learn:
Listen and learn:
- Offers hinge on a seller’s motivation, not on your actual offer.
- See how Gigi and Steve build teams around their personal strengths.
- How Steve was able to find a buyer for a deal that fell through in only a half hour.
Mentioned in this episode:
- Virtual Profits Workshop Workbook PDF
- REI Network: The Struggle is Real
- How to Have the Perfect Work-Life Balance with Gigi!
- How to Position Multiple Offers
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