Excerpt from the Real Estate Investing Quadrant Success System
The first thing you do in any investment is to decide what type of investment it will be and what you're going to do with the property. Will you turn the deal over to another investor for a quick finder's fee, or will you fix the property up and sell it retail to a homebuyer who will live in it. Maybe you'll want to keep the property as an income-producing rental, or maybe you'll create a no money down deal for
We're a special breed. Approximately ninety percent of all real estate salespeople and managers have behavioral styles that are highly aggressive and/or promotional. That's not like the normal population! We salespeople types like people and we charge ahead (my motto is, when all else fails, read the directions......). Only fifty percent of the normal population exhibits those behavioral styles. Other styles are more task focused and embrace procedure (those are the staff people and assistants
In hundreds of sales offices at new housing developments across North Texas this weekend, the same dance between prospective homebuyers and home sales staff will be played out over and over. The hopeful homebuyers will be greeted at the sales office by an enthusiastic salesperson. The homebuyers will hold up their hands and say, "We're just looking" or "What are you going to do for me?"
When there were more buyers than homes for sale, this was less of an issue for the sales staff. They
In the world of business today, professional coaching is 'in'. But, to be sustainable, it must more than just a fad. I think coaching actually is filling a long term 'need' in today's world. Why? Because we all need focus and direction. We need this focus and direction especially during tough times. Because, during challenge, it's easy to lose our self-confidence. We need that extra lift that a great coach can give us-that motivation and inspiration.