Discover the untapped potential of marketing to older probate real estate leads. Explore the advantages of targeting these less-competitive leads, including increased seller readiness, potential price flexibility, and the opportunity for personal connections. Learn how focusing on older probate cases can open doors to a unique and often overlooked segment of the real estate market!
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Understanding the tax implications and exploring the available strategies can greatly benefit your clients and help them make informed decisions.
As a realtor, finding new business opportunities is essential for your success. To help you expand your client base and maximize your potential, here are ten top places where you can find business as a realtor.
There are several questions you should ask yourself before embarking upon a career in real estate investing. The first question should be whether or not you are truly committed to making real estate work for you. After all, this is not a business for the faint of heart. In order to truly turn a profit, you must be at times ruthless when dealing with buyers and sellers but ethical and compassionate enough to deal with people who are have recently suffered a great loss.
nvesting there are these different manners of investing all of which bear different risks. Here are a few of those opportunities:
Everyone who sales any product or service goes through a slow period. Most of us – even master salespersons – go through periods when we are on fire at certain times to periods when our efforts just don’t seem to be paying off. That’s just the nature of the beast. At times like these, it takes a little self-reflection to figure how to get back on the right track. What can you do at such times? Here are five tips that may help you get out of a sales slump.
How to Help A Client File Probate, Get COMPENSATED Through The Estate, and Sell Inherited Property – Probate Real Estate Leads Top Plays and Highlights
Kwabla is a newcomer who found us through Chad’s interview with Ty the Flipman (which you can catch here). He has a motivated seller who did not file probate yet, but she has been paying bills to maintain the house. Chad gives some GREAT advice for getting her through the probate process and helping to ensure she can be compensated for her time and monetary input through the estate. Then, Kwabla (an investor and wholesaler) will be able to close a deal on this probate property!
Probate Quicksand – How to pull Sellers Out of It and WIN THEIR BUSINESS | Probate Real Estate Training Top Plays
Personal representatives and heirs often get stuck in what we call “Probate Quicksand.” Either due to time constraints, emotional stress, or both, people procrastinate when it comes to handling what needs to be handled regarding inherited property.
How can you protect yourself from risking your own capital when a motivated seller needs additional services (cleanouts, repairs, rehabs etc…)?
The best way to position yourself and your brand is to provide unique value your competition can’t (or won’t!) offer. How can you provide a wide-array of services when you’re just starting out? How do you respond to a client who asks “How much is this going to cost upfront?” And how can you protect yourself from risking your own capital?
You’ll probably never hear me say this again, but in this SHORT, ONE-MINUTE (??) Video, David Pannell and Chad Corbett share a golden nugget of wisdom for sealing the deal during face-to-face appointments with sellers.