Month: November 2020

How To Use Social Media To Increase Brand Awareness For Your REI Business

Many real estate investors feel that they should be using social media to generate leads and find deals… but they don’t know where to start. Should they start with posting some content? But what kind? How often? Should they use a business page or their personal profile? And how do they know if their content …

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What To Do (and NOT do) When a Seller Wants To Cancel Their Contract

It’s frustrating… …but it happens. You spend time and money generating leads. Then one of those leads signs a contract and you invest even more time into viewing their property, running comps, making them an offer, and finding a buyer. Then, they bail. Unfortunately, sellers sometimes change their minds even after they’ve signed the contract and a …

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3 Things To Ask Unmotivated Sellers Before Giving Up

It doesn’t take long to figure out that a seller is unmotivated. Some sellers have heard so many low-ball offers in the past that they’ve become bitter and frustrated toward cash buyers. Others simply aren’t that motivated to sell because they’re living in the property or because it’s cash-flowing. Still, everyone has a price. And …

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3 Simple Steps To Improve Your Website’s Local SEO Rankings

It’s no big secret that ranking in Google can make your business more profitable and more predictable. If your website ranks on page 1 (or better yet, at the top of page 1) for a phrase like “sell my house fast in [market_city]”, you’re going to drive more high-quality traffic and generate more high-quality leads than …

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3 Common Misconceptions About Motivated Sellers (& How To Think Differently)

Motivated sellers are the lifeblood of wholesaling businesses. These people want to sell fast for cash and they’re willing to accept a cash offer that’s below total market value. For investors like you, the motivated seller demand means healthy profit margins and consistent business. But what is a motivated seller really? There are a lot of …

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How To Transition From Solopreneur To Entrepreneur in Your REI Business

Most entrepreneurs start off as solopreneurs. They hustle to build a business from their own blood, sweat, and tears. They aren’t just the owner of their business, they’re the marketer, the salesperson, the assistant, and the Acqusitions Manager. They’re everything… Because their business depends on them. But here’s the kicker: at some point, if the …

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New To Wholesaling? Here Are 3 of The Most Common Mistakes To Avoid

You’re excited to build your wholesaling business. And you’ve probably spent a good chunk of time researching the wholesaling business model. But no matter how many books you read, blogs you skim, and resources you scour, you’re still going to make mistakes in the beginning. Not because you’re stupid or inadequate or incapable, but simply because …

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3 Questions You’re Probably Forgetting To Ask Motivated Sellers

Learning to ask good questions is one of the most important skills for salespeople to learn. It’s something that we train all of our reps on at Call Porter and it’s something that you and your sales team should be consistently practicing as well. But what questions should you ask? There are the obvious questions: …

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