Expand your business services and boost your bottom line with the Real Estate Investing course.
Build Wealth Representing Investors and Becoming One Yourself covers the fundamentals of real estate investment that practitioners need to know to expand their business services. The one-day course looks at how practitioners can adapt core real estate skills and learn new skills to serve clients who want to invest in single family homes, condos, townhomes, and small multifamily properties. You will learn how to work with investors as they goal set, plan, evaluate, and acquire properties as well as manage them. You will also learn how to "walk the talk" and become a real estate investor yourself.
After this course you will be able to:
Adapt core real estate competencies and use new skills to serve clients who want to invest in single family homes, condos, townhomes, and small multifamily properties.
Work with investors as they goal set, plan, evaluate, and acquire properties, as well as manage them.
Walk the talk and learn how to become a real estate investor yourself.
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