In this podcast episode, Chad Corbett and the probate masterminds practice senior downsizing scripts and assisted living sales scripts through cold call role play. In addition to these cold call role plays, Chad covers what to say when a probate lead presents the common objection that they plan to buy and keep the probate property to rent out. Chad and the group do some live deal analysis and transaction engineering for probate property situations with urgent timelines (foreclosure) and discreet, off-market sales (wealthy clients).
Learn tips for using price anchoring in sales negotiations, helping immigrants and faith-based investors purchase properties when traditional financing isn’t an option, and presenting price options using a seller net sheet on listing appointments. This episode is a must-watch if you’re wondering how to approach real estate leads as both a licensed real estate agent and an investor.
Chad and John discuss where to find the best probate leads and how to get probate leads for free from public notice. Johnathan shares his probate video marketing process, and Chad offers tips for using a multi-channel approach with direct mail marketing and digital marketing to get the most mileage out of each marketing asset. Gary Nash and Chad Corbett talk about creative investment strategies, how to unlock profits in single-family residences and find better end uses for investment properties. Nina summarizes the court overbid process for probate sales in California. Chad and Nina discuss how to build a cash buyers list for the competitive market we’re in, and what professionals (CCIMs, CPAs, Community Banks) can help you network with the best real estate investors. Stephanie did over 100 investment deals last year, but she just got her real estate license; How can she get her first real estate listing?
GOLD NUGGET ALERT!! Chad Corbett breaks down the opportunity in small business investments and how you can use business acquisitions to get free real estate and use real estate as a means to find small businesses to buy. Anton, Cristian, and Federico brainstorm how much money it takes to buy a business (hint: it can be free), what the best businesses to invest in right now are, and how to structure ownership agreements when transferring businesses. Federico and Chad brainstorm a deal where the seller keeps delaying close, and the buyer is getting impatient. Chad Corbett and James do some deal analysis and transaction engineering for a perfect buy-and-hold opportunity where a landlord isn’t willing to do owner finance. Chad Corbett offers several strategies for accessing funds through commercial, asset-based loans from community banks. Lastly, Corey and Chad discuss whether the tax benefits of a 1031 Exchange are worth it or not in the long run.