Why Every Real Estate Investor Needs A Coach

Posted: August 1, 2011 in Wholesale Tips

Whether you’re just getting started down the road towards fulfilling your real estate investing dreams or you’re a little more experienced, a good coach can get you closer to the realization of your goals by showing you some of the tips, tricks, and other shortcuts that have fueled their success.The problem many new real estate investors face – and some with a little more experience – is self doubt about their ability to put together profitable deals, as well as having numerous questions about when certain techniques would be most appropriate. We all doubt ourselves at times, it is those that ignore doubt and push forward that succeed.These doubts and questions can easily be alleviated by knowledge, but a lot of real estate investors have trouble applying principles they may have read about or heard about. This is one of the primary areas a good, experienced coach can help increase their base of knowledge and give them the motivation and the direction they need to reach their goals and fulfill their investing dreams.

First of all, coaches aren’t all created the same. In order to be effective your coach should have practical, relevant experience in the same kind of real estate investing as those they are coaching. Your coach can be one of the nation’s foremost authorities on creative commercial real estate investing techniques, but much of that knowledge and experience is pointless if you’re primarily interested in foreclosures, short sales, or rehabbing abandoned properties.

A good coach will be concerned about your development as a real estate investor and will take the steps necessary to ensure that you are well-versed in multiple investing strategies. He or she will share with you accumulated knowledge and advice about how to better market yourself, and provide you with essential real estate investing tips and strategies that you can implement in your own business. By understanding a variety of ways of structuring investment deals, you will not only increase your knowledge, but you’ll become comfortable crafting deals of your own.

In many cases, a mentor will work one-on-one with you in the field and explain to you why certain strategies may or may not be appropriate in a given situation. In addition, certain strategies can be altered or modified in a way that a less experienced real estate investor might not be aware of, or may not have even considered. When you’ve been around the block several dozen times, you learn things that a simple textbook just can’t teach.

If you want to really ramp up your real estate investing career, you owe it to yourself and your future to thoroughly investigate the idea of working with an experienced mentor to shine a light on the opportunity you have to build a strong investment portfolio and a bright future for you and your family.

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