As you build your business, you will face unfavorable situations daily. Often these circumstances can overlap with your emotions. Your feelings could cost you a lot and it might be a total setback when you don’t manage it in the right way. But worry no more because this episode will solve that problem for you!
Get ready to go ALL IN. In this quick solo session, learn the tips and tricks on how you can outsmart your emotions and run your entrepreneurial endeavors like a boss.
People go through certain things in life in order to comprehend what it is they truly value. Consequently, we make decisions based on the circumstances. Getting into the real estate business has its ups and downs but if you have the tenacity then you’ll be successful.
In this episode. Brent Bowers, an Army veteran turned real estate investor, talks about his journey on how he got started as a land investor in real estate. Also, the strategies on how to manage the learning curves towards financial freedom.
Listen to find out Brent's 5 reasons as to why land is a gem in the real estate industry.
In today’s episode. Co-founder and CPO of Batchservice, Ivo Draginov, shares his take on the prospects of real estate marketing. As well as how advanced the industry is and the expectations they have as these innovations multiply.
Join us on this episode and find out what marketing has been successful throughout the years, and how data has granulated into the ultimate puzzle for tailoring properties.
Rental properties have become a rampant source of passive income over time. Especially in this day and age where properties are used for almost any kind of business and people have been opting to live temporarily in places at a time. How exactly does this growing industry create long-term wealth?
In this episode. David Dodge shows us specifically how we can get off the transaction treadmill in real estate and the step-by-step process on how to successfully execute the BRRRR method. Along with the 5 major reasons why rentals can improve your cash flow.
If you’re interested in learning different strategies to utilize then this is the episode for you.
A rental portfolio doesn’t only showcase the number of deals an investor has made. It also guarantees the next deal based on the quality of its returns. Its essence can be found, particularly in the method featured in this episode.
In this episode. Lauren Hardy and David Dodge take us through the process in which David transitioned from conventional loans to using the BRRRR method. David gives us all the necessary details on why this strategy can help you achieve financial freedom with little to no money from your pocket. Also, The process of how your portfolio build-up can land you more deals.
Today’s episode is the continuation of the rhino roundtable discussion between Brent Bowers, Brent Daniels, David Dodge, and Grace Mills of Wholesaling Inc. They discuss effective marketing strategies to attract prospective clients.
The coaches discuss the three methods of lead generation- marketing, referrals, and prospecting to establish a good list of leads. Also, they share how to utilize various marketing channels and techniques to be successful and attain financial freedom.
If you’re seeking expert advice then this is the episode for you!
Being of service in the military gives an individual a certain discipline and calling regardless of what position they’re in. It entails a great deal of responsibility. Not only that, but it also trains a person to be able to handle setbacks and work efficiently in the midst of challenges. We can witness that ability from this multifaceted perspective of selling big time while maintaining a constant cash flow.
Daniel Watson tells his experience of immersing himself in two distinct careers. After hitting the one-year mark on selling his first property, Daniel has already subdued the initially difficult learning curves. As noble as army work has been, he attests that this secondary income has generated more than what he makes in the military. Join us as Daniel gives us an outlook on the results that one will get from the work that one makes sure to put in.
One trait that has gotten real estate investors to the peak of their success is resilience. It's the psychological property of humans to bounce back from life’s adversities. Overcoming these inevitable and yet overwhelming experiences shapes an investor’s grit. Let us find out how one can reshuffle the deck regardless of what cards have been dealt.
A walking example is Jateryn Moore. Despite being fresh off the TTP program, Jateryn did not waste time and closed 3 deals right off the bat. She did that in just 4 months. Her persistence was and still is relentless as we speak. She closely aspires to be a property owner and a wholesaling coach. Listen as to how this tenacious goal-getter sets herself on a roll of successful deals.
As a way to collate investment assets, the real estate industry uses rental portfolios to catalog an investor's current or past deals. Rental portfolios are essential in being able to reap monetary returns out of your recorded achievements. As it implies, this is a long-term agenda. Thus, the group or individual who holds such a collection gets remitted at a much larger scale as well. Is it really all that necessary when you’re already getting a decent profit anyway?
Let us welcome Wholesale Inc’s newest coach, David Dodge, as he graces us with 5 incontestable benefits of building one as early as your first investment. Throughout the episode, David pitches how quantifying your investments can lead to opportunities for passive income, leverage, wealth, appreciation, and tax benefits. It is the fastest way to get out of the transaction treadmill and let your money do the work for you. Tune in and be one step closer to never having to bargain your time for money ever again.
Consciously or subconsciously, everybody has a success thermometer that they strive to live up to every day. Everybody’s definition of success differs from person to person. People have a way of reacting toward whether these goals are met or not. Some days, one can pursue it too much, too little, or just the right amount. How hot should the kettle be in order to reach a boiling point? And just how do we keep it boiling?
Metaphors aside, life coach, Chris Craddock, cites some real-life situations that depict this exact dilemma. In this episode, he gives us a glimpse of what could be possible if we changed our mental thermostat. Not only that, but he also enumerates the 3 steps on how to achieve it. Let’s see how mindset can go a long way if one has the capacity to change it.
Since way back, house flipping has not only been a big part of the entertainment industry. It has also garnered a large profit for real estate investors. Numerous TV shows have proven just how much one can add value to a piece of property. However, how can it be done remotely?
Virtual real estate coach and investor, Lauren Hardy, explains more about this creative process. This episode is brimming with tips on how to get started on out-of-state house flipping. Your location is not anywhere near to being a problem when engaging in the business of virtual buying, improving, and closing good deals.
Not one, not two, but three! Yes, three wholesaling coaches take part in this episode of Wholesaling Inc. Introducing the Saturday Rino Roundtable, where the wholesalers talk about their own experiences and insights.
These three coaches exchange ideas on the direction that they want to take during this year, 2022. Lauren, Chris, and Brent layout their similarities and differences based on experience. They explain the niches of marketing that work for each of them and also cite instances in which they faced challenges.
Learn more about these different channels and techniques in this episode to start off a year of efficient marketing.
Making a big income in so little time for sure guarantees the financial freedom to be able to spend your time the way you want to. Here's a guest that executed just about that, and is still continuing to grind on value-add techniques for his extensive investments.
Trevor Probandt, the founder of Go West Lands LLC, narrates his agendas as a raw land real estate broker and investor in this episode. He talks about how he worked his way from growing up on a small-town Texas farm to closing a $1,790,000 land deal in just over three months.
Continue to the podcast episode to learn more about Trevor's strategies for land value appreciation.
Pursuing a career in wholesaling is not an easy venture, but eventually, it can be. It takes a lot of skill to close deals and learn the ropes of dealing with buyers and sellers. It is a path that one must commit to and practice on before one gets the hang of the process.
This episode has Elijah Bryant narrating how he went from Doordash to 60 vacant land deals in just one year. He tells in detail how he moved from New York to Tampa to fulfill his goals of financial freedom. Bryant gives insight on how something you've never tried or even been scared of, can come naturally to you as a means of living.
Listen on in to learn more about his deal breakdowns and the advantages of vacant land.
Marketing strategies differ from business to business and are basically for every individual looking to gain traction in their respective markets. As an inbound channel, is radio really effective for people who are just starting out?
As REI radio ads manager, Grace Mills discusses further in this episode, the radio presence of your wholesaling business may just be the ticket to having your market call you instead of you to them. While cold-calling and mailing work as efficiently, a radio ad requires absolutely no maintenance, unlike outbound marketing.
Tune in to find out how your wholesaling can get access to the radio industry.
In this day and age, it's safe to say that efficient partners are crucial in building a successful real estate business. This episode frameworks the makings of a reliable and trustworthy other half in the realm of working with investors.
Life coach and real estate pro, Chris Craddock, reveals the traits that don't only make a profit but also make the most out of it. He enumerates four principles that consist of a promising comrade. It might as well be our own outlook on our own career.
Get to know more about what it takes to be thriving by tuning in to this episode.
Listen to find out the next steps when you're stuck at zero buyers.
People often think real estate is a “get rich quick scheme.” But in reality, it’s the opposite. People doing real estate don’t earn that pot of gold overnight. The business requires consistency and strong faith to attain remarkable results.
It’s a matter of trial and error. There are several ways you can do it, but the thing is, you must know which way works best for you. If you figure out your tactics, then rest assured you’ll secure a spot to financial freedom. Give yourself ample time and grab your earphones because this episode will teach you the highs and lows of the money-making process.
Also, don’t forget to pay this episode forward to everyone who needs it!
We’re talking about massive deals today, folks!
Have you heard the news that you can make a six-figure salary with just dedication and commitment as your capital? In real estate wholesaling, that’s pretty much possible. If you know what you're doing, you can make tons of money in real estate, even if you're still in the starting line.
Join us in this podcast as we dissect the ins and outs of how this excellent wholesaler skyrocketed his way to $770,000 in profits—teaching you how to build long-term wealth out of distressed properties. Curious? Then tune in to this episode to find out more!
As a real estate agent, creating your voice plays an active role in today’s crowded market. Many aspiring wholesalers struggle with this because they don’t know where to start. They would then ask themselves questions like: Where does our company’s “voice” fit in in terms of brand? And how do we find and define it? Sometimes, standing out becomes a delicate task, and it can be hard to compete in such a cutthroat industry.
But don’t you worry! Because today, our mentor will introduce three handy steps that could bring out authenticity and win us a sweet spot to that “business success.”
Are you looking for new ways to generate leads? Step right in because this episode has the right tricks to push you through.
Let’s delve into today’s topic as Chris Craddock teaches us how to get instant paychecks from the leads we have already brought in—bringing more opportunities and joy to the table!