Apprenticeship, Training and Education
Are you interested in becoming a real estate investor but don’t know where to start? It’s an amazing side job you can do on nights, weekends or your own unique schedule. As you may have heard we pay handsome finders fees for bringing us distressed property that we fix & flip for a profit.
If I had to start over again with no money or experience, I would work with a mentor to learn as much as I could about their business and their best practices. – Sean Katona
Real Estate is a team sport, and a unique business where you often make more money by partnering than you would on your own. To date, some of my most lucrative real estate deals have been joint ventures with other investors that would not have been possible if we didn’t team up to do the deal. Below, I’ve listed some of the challenges I had early on in my investing career:
- I didn’t have enough CASH to do the deals, or proof of funds to write credible offers
- I didn’t know what price to offer or what a property would sell for fixed up
- I underestimated how much it would cost to fix up and remodel an entire house
- I didn’t have the paperwork to write up offers
- I didn’t know what to tell homeowners, or how to structure the deal
- I didn’t have team of licensed and insured contractors
- I didn’t get deep discounts on labor and materials
- I didn’t have a reputation, brand, or credibility as a real estate investor
- I didn’t have proven systems and processes to ensure success
These are just a few of the reasons why I encourage beginning investors to partner up with an experienced, successful investor/mentor to get started. If I had to start over again with no money or experience, I would work with a mentor to learn as much as I could about their business and their best practices. If you’re interested in working with me, getting started is simple: bring me a deal.
Not only will you be well paid, but I’m happy to teach you everything I know as you grow.