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Do Your Best and Let God Do The Rest

Today’s business tip comes with a slightly different angle than others. Read more to learn about a little saying that Brian finds extremely powerful and reassuring!

 
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Strategic Buying

Before you purchase any investment property, you have to determine how you will sell the property. Read this article Brian wrote explaining the types of exit strategies he uses every day for investing in real estate!

 
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Perhaps you have never done a real estate deal in your life…

Can you honestly say your life is fun and challenging? If not, then check out this article Brian wrote for some inspirational tips that could be exactly what you need to ensure you can say the previous statement describes your life to a “t”!!

 
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Meetings with Your Real Estate Team and Partners

Meetings with your team members won’t occur as frequently as with buyers and sellers, but are no less important! Check out this article from Brian explaining some tips for preparing for these meetings to ensure they are successful.

 
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The Real Estate Investor Credibility Kit

Real Estate Investing FREE BOOK – 24hr Info #: 859-554-3388 "How To Make Money In Your Local Real Estate Market" Today's Article: "The Real Estate Investor Credibility Kit"   The Competition Understanding your competition's strengths and weaknesses is critical for establishing your product or service's competitive advantage. If you find a competitor is struggling, you

 
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The Real Estate Investor Credibility Kit

Real Estate Investing FREE BOOK – 24hr Info #: 859-554-3388 "How To Make Money In Your Local Real Estate Market" Today's Article: "The Real Estate Investor Credibility Kit"   Section 7: Testimonials (optional) Testimonials add a lot of value in many sales settings and, that said, they are optional here in your credibility kit. While

 
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Technology for Real Estate Business

Are you so wrapped up in new technology that it’s sucking time out of you? Read this article to find out how time management can play an important role in your real estate investing business.

 
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The Real Estate Investor Credibility Kit

Section 4: How You Calculate Returns Many readers of your credibility kit may be playing the role of lender, in some fashion or another. As such, you want to be able to briefly show how a lender’s return would be determined in your kit. It is not to suggest that a lender prospect would be

 
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The Real Estate Investor Credibility Kit-Part 3

Section 1: Company and Program Overview This section of the kit is where you provide a quick summary of who you are, what you do, and why you are worth doing business with. There’s no exact format for how to do this but I suggest some or all of the following components in this section:

 
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The Real Estate Investor Credibility Kit-Part 2

Since a good credibility kit is such a critical part of your pursuits as a real estate investor, it is important that I discuss in detail some of the elements that it should contain. All of the items discussed in this and the next section are recommended but the ultimate choice of what you include

 
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