I have been watching your posts and reading your
emails. You think I’m too busy to do that, but I’m
not. I make it a priority to read as many as humanly
possible because I know you are crying out for help
and looking for direction in the world of real estate
I’m doing something today that is a bit different. You see, I’m
posting an email from Malissa (actually spells her name that
way too) from Austin, TX.
Malissa has some questions that I am interested in YOUR FEEDBACK to help her combined with mine. I thought you could encourage her a bit and it might just make her day. Plus you would be a servant to her and she would greatly appreciate it. I just know it.
So here is what we’re going to do.
I want you to read this email and leave Malissa your candid and positive responses on helping her get on track and get a new perspective. Be encouraging, but be real too… cool?
Thanks again for serving Malissa.
I am one of those people who have been at the same job almost 13 years and don’t want a J.O .B.
I have such a passion for real estate but not sure that i would want to become an agent. Seriously considering it at this point. I’d much rather just be an investor.
I have spent lots of time reading Robert Kyosaki and many others like him. I have gone to his training seminars and love everything about the business. I tried my best not to miss any of Than Merrills Flip that House shows….along with any others I could watch. My inbox is full of invites from investors to conference calls and I try to listen in as often as possible. There is always a product to buy, which I understand and believe in. I dong always buy though.
Even with all of this book knowledge I still don’t know how to start taking action.
If anyone asks what my favorite past time or what do I like to do to relax…. I would have to answer “driving neighborhoods and stopping to look at every for sale home on the way” I know there has got to be some way I can use that to my advantage. I think I know a good deal when I see one.
I assume you are using investing in some way as your career.
Would you mind sharing?
I live in Austin. I see so many good deals. I’ve only lived here a year, so I have barely scratched the surface. I just bought my own personal home. So that was my first time to go through the process. My husband freaked out about every little mishap, but I knew what to expect and I loved it.
Thank you so much for your time Cory!!