I want to share something with you about a vacant house motivational trigger that I was recently reminded of… something that’s now so ingrained in my investing process that I sometimes forget to call it out.
So, I was having a conversation with some mentorship students during our coaching session. Of course, we were talking about vacant house deals. I suddenly realized that something that comes second nature to me after all my years doing this… doesn’t necessarily mean its second nature for other investors.
What is it?
A Very Powerful Vacant House Motivational Trigger
It’s something that most
I’ve received many questions from students I’m mentoring about what to do if a motivated seller backs out of a deal.
Today, I’m sharing an interesting and difficult situation that happened to one of those clients. We’ll call him Oliver. He asked:
“I had a contract with a few sellers where the seller received higher offers after we agreed on a price. Do I file a notice of intent with the courthouse to prevent the sale of the house to the other buyer or just find another deal?”
See, very interesting question…
Here’s The Deal…
So, if you
When I was answering a question about private lenders recently from a newer investor that I’m mentoring, I was reminded of something…
Of how easy it can be for those early in the game to misunderstand the value of what they bring to the table in the investor-private lender relationship.
Many investors overlook or mistakenly downplay that value in their own mind and end up being way too generous or give up the farm when borrowing money from private lenders.
But, the moment you realize the big value proposition that you’re inviting private lenders to participate in, is the moment
Would you believe me if I told you that the only way to be successful in this crazy sellers market we’re in is to suspend disbelief?
Cam Dunlap here with some unique and maybe even anxiety-producing thoughts for you today. But it’s super important.
We live in interesting times, somewhat troubling in fact, but I’m confident we’ll get through them.
I’m continually amazed to see how much money people are spending right now to improve upon their hard assets or to acquire hard assets…certainly, real estate is among them.
If you just look at the price of well, anything, it’s