Having a partner is having someone who is in the trenches with you, but that alone is not a good enough reason to get a partner. It’s expensive to take on a partner when you want a buddy. We are talking about splitting all your profit and control of your business right down the middle. That being said, there are undoubtedly benefits to having a good partner.READ NOW
In this blog we are looking at the cost of doing business in 2021; how to win on the buy, and how to win on a sale so you can increase the net profit on the bottom line.READ NOW
Less than 3 years ago, Brandon was working 100 hours per week doing medical device sales. He had always been interested in real estate investing…but he wasn’t sure where to start....
A wholesaler is basically someone who purchases, produces, or “locks” up something at a certain price and then sells them for a higher price (some people call them a “middle man”). Just like anything else there are many different ways you can go about wholesaling, but at it’s core it is really quite simple.
Want to know how to succeed flipping houses? It’s very simple, actually. Whether you’re rehabbing houses or wholesaling them, there’s just one thing you need to do.You need to put houses under contract.READ NOW
Learn from their experience and what they wish they had known when first getting started so you can avoid their same mistakes and REALLY accelerate your learning curve!READ NOW
If you are new to flipping and you have more passion than you do cash, we have a few tips to help get you started.READ NOW
Proven methods and essential skills to help you analyze properties, make offers and flip houses like a pro!
House flipping is as much a hobby as it is a job. However, it’s not for everyone, so here are four things you need to have to be able to flip a house without a hitch.
A good contractor – someone who can take your house from unlivable to “ready to sell” – will be an essential part of your house flipping business.READ NOW
When you sell to a wholesaler, there is something going on in your world that makes you sell your property for less than full price. As the seller you know going into the sale you are not going to get full value for your item. I'm breaking down the wholesale cycle and giving you insider tips to succeed.READ NOW
If you decide that you want to go into the wholesaling there are a few important strategies to know when you are just getting started. If you implement these strategies you will have far less of a beginner’s learning curve! These strategies work whether or not you have time or money.
There are 3 key questions that can help inform your decision on whether or not to double close. We're explaining all in this blog and what you need to consider.
A wholesaler is basically someone who purchases, produces, or “locks” up something at a certain price and then sells them for a higher price (some people call them a “middle man”). Just like anything else there are many different ways you can go about wholesaling, but at it’s core it is really quite simple.READ NOW
Learn how to use this low-cost method to get more leads for less money and time than your competition.READ NOW
This is your essential breakdown of the four components needed to develop an ‘outside of the box’ direct mail marketing strategy that is a reliable and profitable business lead source.
Using these 3 hacks and a bit of your time, you can watch your profit grow quickly in the early stages of your business.
Get more seller leads from direct mail (without bleeding moneyREAD NOW
There are many factors that go into growing a successful business when you are first starting out. A few of them rise to the top. Mike Simmons has an amazing story about how he grew his business and maybe his journey will inspire you to do more than you think you can.READ NOW
Bill Allen had a conversation with Brian Moran, author of ‘The 12 Week Year,’ and we want to share a few takeaways from the conversation with you. When Bill read the book and applied the 12 week year system, it was a game-changer in executing and hitting goals.
Understanding yourself, your needs, and how you show up for others now, will help you determine how you can adjust and show up for others in the future according to what they need. We're breaking all these needs down in this blog.
Every entrepreneurial leap begins with taking a risk. In business, big rewards almost never come without big risks. That’s why best selling author Geno Wickman has identified “risk taker” as one of the six essential traits EVERY entrepreneur must have.READ NOW