“I do not believe that success is an accident. What I do believe is that successful people apply themselves in a way that maximizes the probability of positive outcomes.”
– Jim Randel, Confessions of a Real Estate Entrepreneur.
Reading Confessions of a Real Estate Entrepreneur gave me that feeling!! It was one of those rare books that explained complicated concepts like Cap Rate, NOI, Triple Net Leases and more in a very easy to understand way AND had fantastic inspirational and motivational stories to go along with it.
This book made me look at our deals in a totally different way and I can guarantee you that we’re going to make A LOT more money on our next few deals all thanks to this author.
To him, real estate is about adding value. You either add value through the process by which you buy the property or you add value by what you do to the property itself. It’s not a new concept but the way he presents it is realistic and practical – yet exciting!
So, when I reached out to him and asked him to be on our next teleseminar, you can imagine how excited I was when he said YES!
So, Monday night, we all get a chance to chat with Mr. Randel about commercial real estate investing, adding value to deals, and being in the game! I can’t wait!!
With 30 years of experience in commercial real estate acting as a lawyer, broker and an investor, he is a true expert on all things related to commercial real estate investing. And – do you know how he began in real estate? He started by buying beat up houses, rehabbing them and selling them!
If you ever wanted to have the chance to learn from someone who knows what it’s like to pocket a few million dollars on one single deal (and lose $1.5 million on another!) then this is your chance. He will also be taking a few minutes to answer YOUR QUESTIONS. So if you want to get your question answered you will have to be on the call!
To register for the call (or order the call replay & transcript to listen and read later):
If you join us for the live call, and he doesn’t mention it, you might want to ask him about Martha Stewart… he was her landlord in her early days!!