If you’re like most investors, you didn’t become an entrepreneur to sit in an office all day fulfilling useless tasks you hate.  But if you’ve been running your business for a while, you probably have quite a few tasks on your list that you’re not 100% passionate about.  In today’s episode, you’ll find out how

Some investors have years of experience in the real estate industry before ever going out on their own. It’s no big surprise if their businesses take off quicker than others.  But most investors have different backgrounds. If their businesses take off quickly without experience, they’re doing something right we should all learn from.  One of

Most investors share one big struggle: Generating enough leads. If you just had steady lead flow, you’d be closing deals, right? Unfortunately, the answer is no for many investors. Before a lead becomes money in your bank account, you have to close them–and that’s not as easy as sending a contract their way and waiting

(Here’s the link to my notes: https://www.evernote.com/l/ABFpubVh-_lEubPZJAb4gu6rXFTvVnvoJpk )   Recently, I attended Collective Genius in Tampa, Florida. If you aren’t already familiar with the program, Collective Genius is an incredible mastermind that comprises of at least 500 top real estate investors in the industry. It’s an action-packed, three-day event with some brilliant takeaways for industry

When you want to improve your SEO, there are tons of freelancers, agencies and “gurus” who supposedly know all about how to get to the first page and finally get more traffic. The problem: Most of them don’t know anything about ranking real estate investor sites. They’re essentially scammers trying to make money with promises