Struggling to Make Money in Real Estate? Try Thinking Outside the Box
Struggling to Make Money in Real Estate?
Try Thinking Outside the Box
If you’re wondering how to make money in real estate, check out this
creative approach. You might be surprised by the opportunities that are
available to you.
If you’ve been wondering how to make money in real estate but haven’t come up with
any solid answers, try thinking outside the box. It turns out there are several creative
and interesting ways to generate cash in the real estate game. If the standard
approaches aren’t working for you, for whatever reason, perhaps you need to consider
an interesting alternative.
Turn house deals into finder’s fees.
There is a unique approach for making money as a real estate investor – the finder’s
fee. Whether you’re a successful old hand at flipping real estate, or a beginner out
looking for deals, the finder’s fee is a great way to quickly leverage your property assets
into fast cash.
Have more properties than you can handle?
This is a great way to make money for those real estate investors who have more
properties than they can handle. It is simply another way to profit from housing deals.
Perhaps you have an abundance of deals but don’t have enough private money to fund
them all. If so, you can hand those deals off for a quick finder’s fee of $10,000 each.
Trying to enter real estate but don’t have start-up funds?
A lot of people want to get into the real estate game but they aren’t able to get that first
deal put together because of lack of funds. The finder’s fee is a great way to make
some quick money and get into the real estate game. The finder’s fee provides cash to
use as earnest money, money for marketing, money for training, etc. All it takes is that
first chunk of fast cash to let you hit the ground running. A fast $10,000 finder’s fee will
provide the seed money you need to take off.
Jump on the Finder’s Fee bandwagon.
There are a couple of solid companies out there that are willing – and able – to pay cold
hard cash, up front, for any deal you bring them that they can convert into a sale. We’re
not talking pennies, here. In fact, a finder’s fee could be just as much money as you
might make by spending months fixing up a property and selling it. The best finder’s
fees are in the $10,000 range. And the best part – the fee is paid up front, before the
house is sold.
The old way of leveraging properties:
1. Finding: You have to go out and find a good property to buy and flip.
2. Managing: You have to figure out how much repairs will cost. Then you have to
hire and manage contractors; make sure they don’t go over budget or miss
3. Marketing/Selling: After the property is fixed up you have to market it and find a
4. Funding (raising capital): You have to deal with the ongoing process of raising
capital to fund your deals.
The finder’s fee way:
1. No managing, no dealing with contractors, budgets, overruns, etc.
2. No marketing the property and trying to find a buyer.
3. No raising capital to fund your deals.
See how to make money in real estate just got a whole lot easier. It’s now quick and
simple to leverage your properties into cash using the finder’s fee method. All you have
to do is find the property, which is usually the easiest part of the process, and then turn
it over for your quick $10,000. Not a bad way to earn a living, is it?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Josh Cantwell of Strategic Real Estate Coach offers to literally take you out in the field and show you
REAL deals he’s been working on (without using any of his own money or credit, of course). Watch this
video about Ballash Road, one of the rehab projects he’s really excited about because it stands to put
$70,000.00 of profit in his pocket. He’ll walk you through exactly how to make money in real estate, the