Jan 18, 2022
More and more people are getting into real estate investing; it is extremely accessible and simple if you obtain the right resources and support. I speak to Robert Syfert from RealEstateInvesting.com, which is an amazing tool for getting into real estate investing—no matter what your current level of expertise is. They ask a series of questions to assess where you are and your overall goals, and from there can provide materials and private coaching to get you on the right track. If you’re considering real estate, now is the time to plan, learn, and start making moves that will help you be successful in this industry.
-Everyone is chasing real estate now—is there room for more people to join?
-Real estate needs more individuals, and it’s important to know what resources to use to inform yourself on real estate investing
-Syfert’s website allows people to actively invest and grow their companies. If you’re after results, this is a great option.
-They had a client who wanted to stop working all the time, and needed assistance hiring people. RealEstateInvestor offers private coaching and can find individuals who are ready to be hired
-You don’t need a big budget to be successful in real estate investing; you need time and an organized plan. -On the website, you can fill out a form with a series of questions to help them gauge where you are and where you should start with investing
-A foundational mistake that people make is a lack of action. Other mistakes include neglecting to track (assessing what works/doesn’t). not hiring soon enough, and a lack of consistency/marketing
-A surplus of intelligence is not required to get into real estate investing. Rather, one has to be able to make the correct decisions and follow simple strategy accordingly.
-If you want to get started easily, look at properties in your area and call the owners to find out if they’re interested in renting. This is a great way to get in touch with landlords and other owners