The biggest myth is that there are no deals in today’s hot market. Well, my friend, they’ve “moved the cheese,” so it’s time to look elsewhere…
You have to increase your odds by looking in the places others aren’t looking.
What do you want to accomplish over the phone? The goal of the first phone call is not to negotiate a deal. A lot of people try to do that on the first call, and it’s a big mistake.
In this short video, real estate investor and attorney, William Bronchick, explains the two things you need to get from the first phone call and why…
You may be doing other forms of marketing for real estate deals, but if you don’t have a real estate investor website, you’re missing out on some great leads, great deals, instant credibility, rapport building and negotiation, and something that doesn’t take as much time as other forms of marketing.
I’m glad I threw that extra line in the water years ago….
I don’t like to negotiate with sellers, it just doesn’t fit my personality.
But I have found one very strong method for getting people to realize the problems with a house without me having to verbalize the problem. This is important because you never know if the owner did the work themselves.
Here it is.
Learning to analyze your foreclosure list can help you determine your marketing tactics. This is why it is crucial to have the most current or “freshest” list you can get.
The fresher the list, the better the results…