I’ve gotten a lot of comments and questions about Virtual Wholesaling lately… specifically about the inner workings of the system.
So I thought I would lay out the system for everyone
Here is Cris Chico flipping houses "virtually" while vacationing with his family for over 40 days in California during the summer.
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I can’t go over the entire system in a blog post like this.
But I think having this simple checklist will give you a good idea of all the moving pieces.
You’ll learn all of the above in great detail in my Virtual Wholesaling System, which is a complete video based training to do the entire marketing PLUS additional training on speaking with buyers and sellers and closing deals.
The system has been proven by many of my students to work BUT you have to take the time to implement it.
The great thing is that once you have all the pieces in place then you can run it with very little work. In fact, once you have it down you can train a Virtual Assistant to do most of the work for you.
But for most people it will take 2-4 weeks to get all of the pieces in place and be ready to start doing marketing.
I can tell you that there is definitely no magic pill here.
To be successful in real estate investing, you don’t need a university degree, or even a resume.
But if you’re starting out , you do need to be prepared to work really, really hard.
It can be rewarding, but it is hard work.
The fact is that many people buy real estate courses all the time and never make any money.
They never follow through …. most people don’t realize that there is hard work and so they just give up.
I do have students that appear to work very little and make tons of money … but this is only after putting in the work up front to achieve that.
Most successful real estate investors have failed several times.
Instead of allowing failure to discourage them, they use it as a learning experience.
The knowledge they gain is valuable, and their ability to persevere through hardship allows them to continue working toward the success they eventually achieve.
As a successful entrepreneur and real estate investor you need to be able to work within a framework of ambiguity.
Most people are paralyzed because they are looking to make sure that they have everything 100% covered (to avoid making mistakes)
This is absolutely the worst thing you can do.
You have to be diligent to make sure you do the best possible job of eliminating mistakes and making sure that you are doing things right.
But at some point you have to be willing to pull the trigger and accept that there is likely something that you missed and you’ll just have to deal with correcting it as you go along.