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6 Steps To Flipping Apartment Buildings

6 Steps To Flipping Apartment Buildings

There’s a lot of talk about flipping single family houses, but what about flipping apartment buildings?

First things first….when it comes to flipping apartment buildings you have to realize that doing so is not a passive income stream. Because once you flip the apartment building you are done with it, it’s not going to bring you in any income….you’ll have to get more apartment buildings and flip them as well.

So, holding apartment buildings for rental income is passive income but flipping apartment buildings is not. Make sense?

Is flipping apartment buildings something that is possible, though? Of course it is.

And the process is the same as flipping single family properties.

1) Get together a list of investors that buy apartment buildings in the area where you will be flipping apartment buildings.

2) Reach out to them to find out what their criteria is for apartment buildings they are interested in owning.

3) Go out and find those types of apartment buildings.

4) Get them under contract for less money than the current value OR you can get them under contract for the value of the property as long as there are things that can be done to the property to increase it’s value (under market rents, deferred maintenance, etc.)

5) Reach out to your investors in step #1 when their criteria in step #2 meet what you have available with your apartment building under contract.

6) Now….flip your contract to this investor. By the way, when flipping apartment buildings you can do so with a contract or option.

And that’s the gist of flipping apartment buildings. Now, even though flipping apartment buildings isn’t passive income it can be an awesome way to build up cash so that you can then invest that cash into passive income streams like owning apartment buildings or owning ATMs, etc.

If you’d like to get more information on flipping apartment buildings there is a great training program out there from my friend Susan Lassiter-Lyons called Master Lease Options. It’s top notch material and you can use it to hold apartment buildings or to begin flipping apartment buildings. Check it out and let me know what you think about flipping apartment buildings or if you’ve ever actually flipped apartment buildings before.

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Teach Kids About Money

Teach Kids About Money

When I’m out on the road speaking at events I often will ask the question
“How many of your took passive income 101 in high school or college?”

As you can imagine no one raises their hand but I get a lot of chuckles.

The reality of the world is no one will REALLY teach kids about money
so that’s your job as a parent or sibling or aunt or any important person
in a kids life.

I’m going to give you some fantastic resources at the end of this post but
first let’s get into a couple of basics that you can use to teach kids about
money.

Teach Kids About Money – Active Income

When you teach kids about money you’re going to want to teach them about
active income; which is basically trading your time for dollars. For
example; working a 9 to 5 job and getting paid for that job. Or you can even
teach them about perhaps being a doctor and having their own practice. Again,
that’s active income tho, because if you’re not seeing patience as a doctor
then you’re not making money.

But when you teach kids about money you definitely want to teach them about
active income and if you are in a situation where you receive active income
then you will want to share that with your kid. Including how long you’ve
worked there, how many hours a week your work, how much you get paid per hour
or per week, how long you plan on working there, etc.

Teach Kids About Money – Passive Income

Here’s my favorite part when looking to teach kids about money. Most kids
see their parents working a job (active income.) That’s how they grow up
and that’s all they really see.

But what you want to teach kids about money is that there are other ways to
make money as well. My favorite was is called passive income.

Passive income is an income received on a regular basis with little to no effort
required to maintain it.

Some examples of passive income are a savings account. Simple, easy to understand
example. You deposit money into an account and make interest on it every month.

Another example is rental property. You own a property and rent it to a tenant
who in turn pays you every single month to live there. Obviously, you charge the
tenant more for rent than your mortgage is and that’s your profit.

Keep in mind that most likely that tenant HAS to get up and to work to make
“active income” every single day to pay you that rent payment (which is passive
income for you.)

Another example is owning ATM machines. You own an ATM machine, put cash in it
and charge people a surcharge fee to use the ATM machine and get access to the
cash.

Obviously, you don’t have to be there when someone uses the ATM machine. You just
invest a little bit a time to fill the ATM with cash once a week or month, etc. And
it then provides you with passive income.

It’s very, very important that when you teach kids about money that you do in fact
teach them about passive income. Why? Because they will not learn about it in
school, college or anywhere else for that matter UNLESS they seek out the information
on their own.

And a lot of times, if someone doesn’t know about something, they don’t think to seek
out that information, right? Because they don’t even know the concept exists.

Teach Kids About Money – Life Choices

The main purpose of this post is to teach kids about money in terms of active income
and passive income.

When you do that you are literally planting a major seed in your child’s life. You
are letting them know that they have a choice in life in how they generate money,
invest money and spend the rest of their lives.

Do you know that co-worker who complains all week long and only looks forward to
Friday? Thank God It’s Friday they say……every single week!

Think about this, do you want your child to be in a situation their entire life where
they only look forward to one day a week, ever week. I’m just giving you some information
to help you armed to teach your kids about money so they have better control over their
futures.

You can start young with your children. I have a 12 year old stepson and we’ve been
teaching him about money, business and investing since he was about 8 years old.

Why? They are at the age that they are sponges and they absorb information like crazy.

Sometimes they aren’t interested but guess what? They still hear you and are planting
little seeds in their heads. They will bring it up when they are ready.

So, please teach kids about money and teach them about all aspects of money, business
and investing. Start small, be consistent and welcome all questions and also be patient.

They are listening……they’ll bring it up when they are ready.

Teach Kids About Money – Great Resources

Here are some awesome resources that I highly recommend to you when you are starting to
teach kids about money in your life.

1) Secrets of the Millionaire Mind (Audio version) by T. Harv Eker – this is one of my
all-tie favorite books (and audio cds) ever. I listen to these cd’s personally once
every 3 months or so. Awesome.

I give you the audio version because it may be a little bit easier for a 12 yr. old or
so to digest then reading the book. It’s a good idea for you to listen with them in
little increments when perhaps driving in the car? or before going to bed.

Note: They also have Secrets of the Millionaire Mind flashcards. They are fantastic. I use
them everyday to write a note in Joe’s lunch. They reinforce the information from the book.

2) Rich Dad’s Rich Kid, Smart Kid: Giving Your Kid A Financial Head Start by Robert Kiyosaki – This is basically
a handbook for parents (or other adults) in helping you teach your kids about the importance of money and financial
planning.

3) Rich Dad’s Escape from the Rat Race: How To Become A Rich Kid By Following Rich Dad’s Advice by Robert Kiyosaki – this is a comic book that would be an excellent way to teach kids about money. Kids love comic books, so this is a definitely easy read for them. (Joe read it at least twice!)

4) Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens: The Secrets About Money – That You Don’t Learn In School! by Robert Kiyosaki – now if you have older kids, teenagers?? then this is an outstanding book that you can use to teach kids about money.

My older stepson Brandon (he’s 21 now) but when he was younger we bought this for him. Whenever I speak to 8th graders or above I try to give out a least a copy of this book to a student and also I try to donate a copy to the school library.

5) Cashflow for Kids – this is an excellent board game that you can play with your kids in order to better teach kids about money, business and investing. This is a board game from Robert Kiyosaki, who’s the author of all the Rich Dad books.

I think this enough awesome information that can help you tremendously with shaping your child’s future by teaching
them about money.

I’ll leave you with one more book and this is the book that started it all for me. But before I give you this book I want
you to know that the book above in example #1 is an excellent one for you to read and listen to! It could change your life.

So, the other book that I’d like to share with you is more for you, perhaps when your child get a bit older they can
read this one or if you were to find it on audio then you can include it for them as it’s a great story about kids, so
they could relate (but it may be a tough one to actually read for them.)

It’s called Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! – by Robert Kiyosaki. Check it out and then let me know your thoughts. It really is what started a huge change in my life for me.

If you have any other ideas about how to teach kids about money, please list them below.

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Business Mistakes

Business Mistakes

I just wanted to talk in general about business mistakes. For this post, it really
doesn’t matter if you’re in the real estate business, ATM business, online marketing
business, or any other business under the sun.

This post is in general about all business mistakes.

I don’t know what sparked me to write this today, perhaps it’s people that email
me that are interested in starting their own ATM business or interested in investing
in real estate but they are afraid.

Afraid of making business mistakes.

Here’s the deally-o though….you WILL make business mistakes when you get into
business. I get that you want to start a business and not make any mistakes at all…I really do
get that thought process. But I think you’re just putting a little too much pressure on yourself.

Remember back when you first learned to walk? ride a bike? drive a car? had a child? You made
mistakes with all of those things in the beginning, right? (Heck raising a child is probably a
never-ending learning process lol)

But my point is you didn’t start doing anything perfectly. You made mistakes and learned from them.
Well, hopefully you learned from them.

So, just accept that you will make business mistakes when you first get into business, but make sure
you don’t ever make the same mistake twice. I remember when I started my real estate investing business
back in 1999. I made a mistake on every single deal I did for yearssssssss. But guess what? I never
made the same business mistakes twice. I learned from my mistakes.

When I started my ATM business in 2009, guess what? I made business mistakes with that too (and I had
someone “teaching” me the business. lol Unfortunately, he was one of my biggest mistakes!)

I made tons of business mistakes in my online marketing business too. From hiring a worthless coach to
wanting to do everything on my own (and screwing things up and taking longer then necessary to get things
accomplished.)

Business mistakes are normal; they will happen. I’m not telling you to get all excited about them and
say “bring on the business mistakes!” But I’m saying just know that they are a normal part of the bigger
picture with your business, embrace them, learn from them and move on.

Generally, to cut down on business mistakes you make it helps to have some type of course, education,
seminar or coach to guide you through your business. Like my ATM Business Blueprint Success System if
you are interested in the ATM business or my friend Susan Lassiter-Lyons Master Lease Option course if
you are interested in creating income with apartment buildings.

Notice I said cut down…..I didn’t say eliminate. That’s because once you learn what to do from the
programs that you enroll in you may start to go off on your own and do your own thing that may not have
been recommended in your course or maybe it’s something more advanced and it’s not in your course, right?

The overall point here is please don’t be afraid of starting your own business because you are afraid
that you’ll make business mistakes. You will make business mistakes, so don’t let that stop you from
pursuing your dreams! Just remember to always learn from those business mistakes and to never, ever
make the same business mistake twice!

Have you made any business mistakes when starting your new business? What were they?

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How to Find Apartment Buildings for Sale

How to Find Apartment Buildings for Sale

If you’re going to want to add apartment buildings to your passive income toolbox then
you’re going to have learn how to find apartment buildings for sale.

In this post I’ll share with you some great ways on how to find apartment buildings for
sale.

How to Find Apartment Buildings for Sale – Method #1

Drive for Dollars – Driving for dollars isn’t just for single family
homes you know? If you are near an area where you’d like to invest then you can
just drive to the apartment buildings and chat with the manager or owner if on
site. (Also, write down the address of the building, so you can send some direct
mail later 😉

How to Find Apartment Buildings for Sale – Method #2

Courthouse – Where you find apartment buildings you
find tenants not paying rent. And where you find tenants not paying rent
you find eviction filings. Check out the eviction filings for your area and
reach out to those landlords. You never know when they have reached their
last straw with non-paying tenants.

How to Find Apartment Buildings for Sale – Method #3

Commercial Broker – One of the best ways on how to find
apartment buildings for sale is through commercial brokers. Build a good relationship
with one or two and they will send you apartment buildings for sale when they
come on the market (and of course, ones that are already on the market.)

How to Find Apartment Buildings for Sale – Method #4

Loopnet – A lot of commercial brokers will list their apartment
buildings for sale on loopnet. (Hint: this is a great way to find some commercial
brokers to work with.) You can set up your own searches on loopnet so that you
get automatically emailed when apartment buildings meet your criteria.

Loopnet is usually the first thing people will mention when asked how to find
apartment buildings for sale
. Keep in mind that Loopnet is an awesome way to find
apartment buildings for sale and you can either contact the broker directly or do your
research and put the apartment building on your direct mail campaign list.

How to Find Apartment Buildings for Sale – Method #5

MLS – Normally, the MLS (Multiple Listing Service) is mostly
recommended for residential properties, but keep in mind that you will find
apartment buildings for sale here as well. Plus, sometimes you are dealing with
residential agents/brokers so a lot of times they won’t price the properties
properly. Don’t forget about the expired listings here for apartment buildings.

You could also use the public records portion of the MLS for your direct mail
campaign.

How to Find Apartment Buildings for Sale – Method #6

Direct Mail Campaign – I already mentioned a few ways that
you can add properties to your direct mail campaign list, but after you get this
list of apartments for sale (or perhaps not for sale yet) you will have to mail
to them on a regular basis as you never know when they will be ready to
sell. Be consistent with your mailings. Mail at least every month.

Read this post for ideas on direct marketing to apartment owners.

I hope that you liked this list of how to find apartment buildings for sale.

Here’s a bonus one that I just thought of:

How to Find Apartment Buildings for Sale – Method #7

Craigslist – You can do some searching around
Craigslist under the commercial real estate for sale section of the
real estate for sale section. Also, use the search feature for words
that may give you what you’re looking for: multi-family, seller financing,
etc. Things like that.

How to Find Apartment Buildings for Sale – Method #8

Property Managers –Ok so I’m on a roll lol One more for you
that can help you to find apartment buildings for sale are property management companies.

They are usually a good source of knowing when an owner may consider
selling the property. You will have to build a relationship with them and let
them know that you will still let them manage the property should you purchase
it.

Post below other ideas that you have for how to find apartment buildings for
sale and other methods that you have used to find apartment buildings for sale.

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Direct Marketing To Apartment Owners

Direct Marketing To Apartment Owners

I know a lot of folks are interested in apartment buildings as a passive income stream.

Once that’s their interest now they have questions about sending direct marketing to
apartment owners
.

I’ve sent all kinds of direct marketing to apartment owners. I’m going to share with
you a couple of direct marketing ideas here and you may use them yourself or
perhaps you have your own direct marketing idea for apartment owners that
you’d like to share in the comment section.

Idea #1 for Direct Marketing to Apartment Owners

Send a letter directly to them. Include a bold headline. Quick
text about how you’d like to buy their apartment building.
Sign it with your name, I wouldn’t really use a company name.
And don’t forget to add a P.S. (that’s the most read part of
a letter, you know.)

Place this letter in an envelope and handwrite the address and
your return address on it and use a stamp, not a bulk mailing
permit. (And yes, you can pay someone else to do this for you.)

When you handwrite the information and put a real stamp
on the envelope, this will increase the chances of your envelope
actually being opened!.

I’ve also placed an extra piece of paper in the envelope with
the letter that is a form that they can fill out and fax back to
me (just in case they don’t want to talk on the phone right away.)

In general though: DON’T FORGET YOUR CONTACT INFO!

Idea #2 for Direct Marketing to Apartment Owners

Send them a postcard. Believe it or not, it doesn’t have to be
a fancy postcard. You can just get right to the point in your
postcard.

I want to buy your apartment building! That pretty much
will do the trick. The cool thing about postcards is that
they don’t have to actually open an envelope to read it!

Test out using a fancy postcard that is very professional vs.
a non-so fancy postcard that is more personal.

In general though: DON’T FORGET YOUR CONTACT INFO!

Idea #3 for Direct Marketing to Apartment Owners

Get creative! Don’t just send a normal letter in an envelope. And
don’t just send a normal postcard. Do something crazy, something
outrageous! Something that is guaranteed to get your attention.

Keep in mind this method will cost you a little more money but in the
long run; you will get more attention.

You could send a Gigantic While You Were Out message or you could
send them a pile of fake money (you determine the nomination and
message on the bills.)

These ideas will get you noticed because I promise you; no one else
in your area is using them. (They are sending letters and postcards!)

Head over to my buddy Jeff’s site to check out these attention
getting ideas for direct marketing to apartment owners and you’ll see some other cool ideas that Jeff has.

In general though: DON’T FORGET YOUR CONTACT INFO!

These are a couple of ideas to get you going with your direct marketing
to apartment owners. What direct marketing ideas have been successful
for you when marketing to apartment owners directly?

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Passive Income Streams are a must

Passive Income Streams are a must

First, I want you to notice that I did say passive income streams…with an s. As in plural. As in not just one passive income stream.

Just wanted to make sure I pointed that out.

Ok so here’s the deal. I’ve spent my entire life growing up and knowing I was different. Knowing that I wanted EVERY DAY to feel like the weekend. That thought led me into the entrepreneurial world of side hustles.

Basically, I kept starting businesses until I found one that worked. In 1999, I realized that real estate investing was going to work.

As I progressed in the real estate world I decided I was more interested in PASSIVE INCOME STREAMS then in active income streams.

You see for me? I wanted to enjoy life NOW. While I was younger, healthier, etc. I didn’t want to have to wait until I was 60, 70, 80 etc. when it was time to retire.

I finally realized that having a j-o-b wasn’t going to get me to where I wanted. Also, working actively in real estate as a flipper, rehabber, wholesaler, etc. wasn’t going to get me there either. Why? Because I always had to be WORKING in order to make money.

I read this quote by T. Harv Eker, author of “Secrets of the Millionaire Mind”, and he said “You become financially free when your passive income exceeds your expenses.”

WOW! That was me. My world shifted after I read that. I stopped wholesaling, stopped flipping, stopped it all. Was only interested in passive income streams. Got set into only wanting rental properties (I had 1 single family rental at the time) but wanted to expand into apartment buildings.

Also, I discovered the world of owning ATM machines. (Yes I know saying machines after ATM is redundant, but it just sounds better that way lol)

The passive income streams that I started to acquire in my life really made a difference in my personal time freedom and in my bank account.

I was blown away by the passive income that came from owning ATM machines. The cool thing was they were a lot like real estate investing. So, it was comfortable for me to really get into the ATM business and accumulating passive income from them. I sometimes can be heard calling my ATM machines my “mini” rental properties without the tenants and toilet hassles! hehehe

I’d like to list for you now all of my passive income streams that I have at this point in my life. Keep in mind they don’t all make a lot of money. Most of them just have money trickle in…..but the 1st one on the list is where I make real decent passive income. The next 2 are decent…the remaining……money trickles in, but it still comes in.

Here is the list of my passive income streams:

1) Passive Income from the ATM Business. I own ATM machines. This business accounts for about 90 to 95% of my passive income.

2) Passive Income from Rental Real Estate. I currently own 1 single family residence. I have it sold on a lease/option basis and when it’s officially gone I will probably never own a single family rental again….just apartment buildings.

3) Passive Income from Online Marketing. I suppose I could really break online marketing down into so many categories but for now I’m going to leave this passive income stream as just online marketing. I own websites like this one and Gay Marriage Guide and ATM Business Blueprint, etc. etc.

I also sell my own products online like my ATM Business Blueprint Success System and my Automatic ATM Profits ebook.

4) Passive Income from Affiliate/Referral Partner Marketing. This could have been put in the online marketing category but I figured I’d leave my own personal sites and others stuff separate. So, I get paid for referring other peoples products or for putting google adsense on my websites or for selling amazon products, etc.

Just a note though: I’m not like a lot of affiliate marketers. What I mean by that is I’ll only refer an affiliates product if I have used it personally or have at least seen it and feel comfortable that it will do what it says it will.

Here’s a site that is mine that I’m a referral partner with: BBW for Dating.

5) Passive Income from Network Marketing. I am involved with Starion Energy. The reason I love them so much and feel they are the best energy company for me to work with is because they have something called a Utility Advocate program. This is a program that allows me to help any business owner that I put my ATM in their location (or any business owner in general all across the U.S.) Basically, as a utility advocate, we (they lol) will go over the business owners utility bills for the past 4 years (for FREE); water, sewer, phone, merchant services, electricity, gas, etc. And if any mistakes were made we will cut the business owner a check. Plus, we’ll keep an eye on their utilities for the next 3 years (and cut them a check every month if they are being over charged.) It’s a good deal. Makes me look good whether I put my ATM in a location or not. And it’s passive income.

6) Passive Income from Profit Sharing. I use to be a Realtor with Keller Williams Realty. I brought quite a few folks into the organization and when I left I was vested in their profit sharing program. So, now one of my passive income streams comes from Keller Williams paying me every month. Pretty cool, huh?

7) Passive Income from being a Private Money Lender. I am also a private money lender. Which means that I have money that I lend out for a certain rate for investments that I’m interested in. I generally use my Self-Directed IRA account to do this. I also, get private money for my ATM business from other folks looking for passive income as a private money lender. (Pretty cool, eh?)

8 ) Passive Income from Miscellaneous. I just put this here just in case I missed any lol Sometimes, I lose track of my passive income streams. Now, I don’t spend much time on all of these passive income streams. It’s really just the first 3 that I concentrate on. But the rest…still keeps coming.

Hope this gives you some ideas about passive income streams and let’s you finally realize that you can choose how to spend your time in your life when you own enough passive income streams.

If you’re interested in the ATM business then go here for some free information so you too can add it to your list of passive income streams in your life.

What are some of your favorite passive income streams that you currently have?

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How To Find Apartment Building Owners List

How To Find Apartment Building Owners List

Since moving from single family to apartment buildings I always find it interesting to figure
out how to find apartment building owners list.

I mean as a single family real estate investor you can get all kinds of lists, right? Expired
listings, foreclosures, pre-foreclosures, divorce, probates, etc.

But what exactly do you look for to find apartment building owners lists? So, I’m going to
list a few that I’ve been trying out so far. You can share any ways that you may know to find
apartment building owners lists too, ok?

1) Expired listings
If you have access to the MLS, that’s the first place I would start. There should be a multi-family
section and you can check all of the expired and withdrawn listings. If you are not a real estate
agent then borrow a real estate agent so that you can borrow their MLS access. (Please don’t expect
to go up to a complete stranger who is a real estate agent and ask them if you can use their MLS
so that you can find apartment building owners! You have to build a relationship first!)

2) Drive-bys
This is how I found the first apartment owner that I ever made a MLO LOI to. (Master Lease Option and Letter Of Intent.) What I did was I drove around my area
and looked for apartment buildings. I would jot down the address and I would pay special attention to
ones that had “for rent” signs up or that appeared to need a little “love.”

When you get home cross reference the address on your public records or MLS and get the owners
name and address. Then mail them or call them. That’s a really cheap and easy way to find apartment
building owners. Of course, it takes some time.

Plus, it is still worthwhile and preferred that you find apartment building owners that may be motivated.
And if they have a “for rent” sign out they would probably be more motivated then if they did not have
a “for rent” sign out. Same concept if their apartment building appears to need some “love.”

3. Buy A List
A quick and notso free way to find apartment building owners is to buy a list of them from
a list company. There are companies like ListSource.com, REISource.come and others.

They will cost you a few bucks but you don’t have to leave the comfort of your house
to find apartment building owners and you don’t have to do a lot of investigating. Just
plug in the details of the types of apartment buildings you are looking for and voila!

4. Other Ways To Find Apartment Building Owners
Ok, so have you checked out my other post on this blog about finding
apartment building owners
that are MOTIVATED?

Check it out. But don’t just read the article. Read the comments. Some of the GoinFlippinCrazy.com blog reads
had left some pretty awesome ideas in the comments section.

Now, you have quite a few ways, a lot of which are no cost to you, to find apartment building owners.

Do you have any certain way that you use to find apartment building owners? I (we all) would love to hear about it…….

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Ways you should NOT use social media in your real estate business

Welll, I’m finally rocking and rolling along here. Had some minor “issues” with a friendly little website hacker.

All of my sites are in the process of being moved to a new host. But anywho, I read this rather interesting
article on MSN the other day about social media and real estate.

Now, before you click on the link to read it, keep in mind that it’s talking about residential home buyers
and sellers. However, I totally think you can see where I’m going with this and how it can apply to a real estate investor’s
biz as well.

Here’s the link to the article: Ways you should NOT use social media in your real estate business

And now that you’re thinking about it…..this can apply to your ATM business as well. Talking about
hot locations where you have your ATMs? Talking about where you’re trying to place an ATM?

Definitely ways for folks to make you wish you hadn’t posted that info on Facebook or Twitter!

What did you think of the article? Agree? Disagree? Did social media ever bite you in the butt?

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Market Your House For Sale and Get the Phone to Ring Off the Hook

Market Your House For Sale and Get the Phone to Ring Off the Hook

Man, if you have to market your house for sale and you’re looking to get your phone to ring off the hook, then you must watch this video.

You’ve probably read about bandit signs before and how they are one of the best ways to market your house for sale.

And you’ve probably read or heard about how handwritten bandit signs are the absolute best way to market your house for sale!

Do you know why they are the best way to market your house for sale? It’s cause they get your phone to ring off the hook silly!

Watch the video above and I will walk you through step by step how I am actively marketing 2 houses that I have for sale (1 is being put under contract on Saturday, btw. Thanks to my handy work in the video.)

How else do you market your house for sale to get your phone to ring off the hook?

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Funny Phone Message

Ok so I have 2 properties right now with signs out for people to call me on. My phone has been ringing like crazy (and I’ll be posting a video shortly to show you how to get your phone to ring like crazy too when you have houses for sale.)

Anywho, I wanted to share this call from someone with you. It made me chuckle and shake my head.

Sooooo, can anyone tell me what was missing from this message? 🙂 I wanted to title this “dumb potential buyer messages” but I figured I’d be nice.

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