Humans have a weird psychological quirk that “nukes” your marketing results. And this is especially true with real estate investors. What’s this quirk? After you’ve had a record-breaking month, not achieving that level of revenue feels like you’re declining. Because of this, real estate investors will try and fix something that’s not broken, which could

What’s the best marketing channel? Every real estate investor wants to use the best marketing channels. They want to close as many deals as possible while spending the least amount on ads. Many of the channels get a bunch of hype, but they might not be the best fit for you. Here’s the bad news:

As you grow your real estate investing business, there’s a lot of pressure to delegate tasks. The more successful you become, the more money you make, and the less time you have. But popular delegation advice for real estate investors is misguided and dangerous. This advice says you must outsource everything that isn’t worth your

Real estate investors are investing more into their website design now than ever before. Why? Because Silicon Valley iBuyer companies like Trulia and Zillow have beautiful websites and it makes investors think they need a beautiful site too. Does your design really matter? In some cases, yes. But a prettier website won’t get you more

Many real estate investors never flip more than 30 houses a year. But today’s guest, Chris Music, accomplished that goal. Chris’s secret? He swapped out direct mail campaigns with online marketing. Not only does he get a better return, but he’s able to work less while flipping 30 houses a year — in California of all