Download 24 PROVEN Ways to Get Off-Market Deals

In February 2017, we hosted the first annual Best Ever Conference in Denver, CO. To kick off the conference, I gave a keynote address (to watch my address, click here). The conference was unique in that I asked each attendee to submit the answer to the following question: What are current obstacles you are trying to overcome in your real estate business? Rather than create a conference the way I wanted to, I created it around the personal obstacles of each individual attendee. After read over one hundred submissions, the common thread I found between everyone’s obstacle was two-fold: raising more money and finding more off-market deals.

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Written by Joe Fairless
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If your vision is to scale and create a massive business, at some point, you will need to hire employees. If you have never managed a team before, you likely won’t have a clue what you’re doing. Even if you have management experience, it’s a whole different monster when you are at the top of the food chain. Fortunately, Shawn Casemore, who has published over 1000 articles, booklets, and resources on improving individual and organization performance, specializes in teaching business leaders how to effectively manage a team. In our recent conversation, Shawn provided 4 tactics to get more out of your real estate or business team.

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guru

For many investors in the real estate industry, the word “Guru” has a negative connotation. Their philosophy is to go out into the market, take action, learn from own mistakes, and that iteration is key to long-term success. The idea of paying someone thousands of dollars for trainings seems useless and maybe even detrimental. Then for others, they attribute their success, at least partially, to a Guru course, seminar, or speech. Who is right and who is wrong? Well, the reality isn’t black and white

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furnished

In 2016, furnished rentals collected $3.2 billion per month in rents across the United States. I bet that piqued your curiosity! Peaked For example, there are 100,000 to 200,000 traveling nurses per year in the United States. They work for 6 to 12 months on a contract basis before picking up and moving to another part of the county. That’s 100,000 to 200,000 candidates for a furnished rental, and it’s just one example. Kimberly Smith has been involved in the furnished rental business for over 20 years, way before popular businesses like AirBnB were founded. In our recent conversation, she gave us an inside look at how to run a successful furnished rental business. This business model is relevant to a single-family investor, an investor with a 1000-unit apartment building, and everyone in-between.

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