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November 16th, 2016 – Steve Cook – Lifeonaire Intro

Come join us November 16th, 6:30pm (6:00pm registration) at The Ramada Greensburg with guest speaker Steve Cook of Lifeonaire. & again December 2, 3, & 4th, 9am-5pm for our special 3-day “Life Builder” event at Crowne Plaza Greentree.

 

What is Lifeonaire?
It’s a revolutionary approach to squeezing the absolute most out of life…a way to help us live more productive, fulfilling, meaningful, and joy-filled lives – where we make more money, have more free time, and get to do all the things we enjoy.

To teach Lifeonaire to people that are ready to make a change, we’ve found that holding 3-day events we call “LifeBuilders” retreats are the #1 most effective way to impact people and help them make lasting change.

From the moment you set foot in the room, you’re going to immediately do three things… (1.) feel a contagious energy and excitement  (2.) realize you’re surrounded by like-minded people that want more out of life just like you, and (3.) wish you could have done this earlier.

Here’s just some of the benefits you’re going to get by attending:

  • Discover what you really want for your life and figure out what’s most important to you (many of us are living the lives that others want for us).
  • How to create a roadmap to get you from where you are now to where you want to be – as quickly and easily as possible.
  • A practical and realistic set of action steps to get you living the life you deserve NOW rather than later.
  • The 4 Stages of Financial Prosperity that you absolutely must follow if you want to avoid the mistakes and traps so many people fall into and never get out.
  • The one question you always need to ask yourself whenever you’re presented with any kind of opportunity – or risk everything you’ve worked so hard to achieve.
  • The secrets of living a balanced life so that you’re not always putting out fires in the areas you’ve neglected.
  • The key to taking ownership of your life and designing your future in a way that will lead to long-term fulfillment and growth. There’s even more!
  • How to achieve REAL wealth (hint: it’s not the amount of money you have!)
  • How to “become your vision” and take it from being on paper and translating it into REAL LIFE.
  • Strategies and real-life tactics to become debt free in record time.
  • Find what it is that makes life worth living to you and identify your purpose.
  • How to identify and eliminate negative conditioning that has affected you thus far and how to avoid getting sucked back in.
  • The seductive yet deadly mistake so many people make in their attempts to gain happiness but instead become enslaved.
  • How to deliberately design and live each and every day in a way you love and that you can actually accomplish.
  • What single and brutally honest question will determine what you want your life to look like and what kind of legacy you will leave behind.
  • How to not let your current situation dictate your future potential.
  • And much much more!

 

Join us and many others that are ready to transform their life DECEMBER 2, 3, & 4 @ HOTEL Greentree for 3 life-changing days!

October 19th, 2016 – CME Websites – Facebook Marketing

Come join us October 19th, 6:30pm (6:00pm registration) at The Ramada Greensburg with guest speaker CME Websites.

CME is a growing web development and online agency. We have designed over 350 websites, control over 650 domain names, and provide web maintenance services for many more sites that are not our own. Many of our web clients are local to the Pittsburgh region and our home base in Westmoreland County, but CME Websites has clients in Massachusetts, Ohio, Florida, and throughout southwestern Pennsylvania.

Originally known as Computers Made Easy, CME Websites {Code Media Essentials} was established in 1999 by Jane Yeager Noel. As the original company name suggests, CME provided computer support and software training as well as website development. As the demand for our web services grew, we devoted more and more of CME’s resources to website technology, including the purchase of a small hosting company (Giraffe Digital Solutions, Inc.), which has enabled us to provide our own hosting, email, web statistics, and domain name services.

Via CME Websites.

 

15 Facebook Marketing Tips

Every day, real estate agents use Facebook to connect with prospective home buyers and to foster business relationships with peers. Maintaining these relationships, however, requires a bit of handiwork, which is where this article comes in.

Here’s how to use Facebook to build relationships, find new followers, and market your agency more effectively.

Set Up a Facebook Page…

Marketing on Facebook starts by setting up a business page. Although many agents use their personal profile, it’s better to create a business page, for two reasons: It’s more professional, and it allows you to market to your followers more efficiently using features not available in your personal profile.

Facebook Page Marketing Tips…

Once you’ve set up your page, follow these tips to keep it fresh.

1. Update Your Cover Photo Frequently. Use the cover photo to highlight the homes you have for sale. You can change images quite often so use this space to your advantage. Follow Facebook’s policies when doing so.

2. Create Helpful Tabs. Add a tab to your Facebook page that highlights featured listings.

3. Remember the 80/20 Rule. 80 percent of your content should be customer-focused, and 20 percent should center on you and your business. Using this formula will encourage more engagement and interaction.

4. Respond to Comments. Reply to comments posted on your page, good or bad, and do so promptly. This signals current and potential clients that you are paying attention.

5. Use Photos and Video. Whenever possible, use images or videos in your posts. According to data from Wishpond, an online marketing company, posts with photos tend to get 120 percent more engagement than those without them. Posts with photo albums receive 180 percent more engagement.

There has also been an increase in interaction with videos. One study even stated that video posts are beginning to trump image posts in terms of engagement.

6. Focus on Local Interests. People want to know what is happening within their local community, a fact that is especially true for those moving to a new area with which they may be unfamiliar.

Post about local charity events, school-related activities, or highlight a popular local business. In general, post about anything you feel the community would find interesting.

7. Share Interesting and Informative Facts. These can stimulate likes and comments.

8. Offer Helpful Advice. Tips about how someone could stage her home for sale or decorate her new home are good ways to gain likes and comments.

9. Use Humor. It never hurts to sprinkle in a little humor when appropriate.

10. Post Images of You, Your Team, and Happy Clients. Posting photos of you and your team participating in community functions or at office parties helps to put a personal face on your business. Potential buyers want to know that they are dealing with real people, not just faceless corporations.

Also, posting photos of happy customers standing next to their newly purchased home can benefit you, in two ways: It demonstrates that you are successful in helping people buy a home. It also shows that others trust and use your company.

11. Post Photos of Fancy, Unique, and Eye-catching Homes. These can also arouse interest and foster likes and comments.

12. Rely on Facebook Page Data. Facebook Insights, an analytics component tied to Facebook pages, provides valuable data about followers — such as their age, gender, and location — that can help you better understand your target market’s demographics.

Tips to Grow Your Follower Base…

Lastly, here are some ways to use your page to grow your follower base.

13. Gather Leads. Have visitors sign in when you host an open house, and then send them a request to like your business page shortly after their visit. Doing this can help you gain new followers because they are more likely to remember you now rather than a week down the road.

14. Run a Contest or Sweepstakes. Companies like WishpondAntavo and Offerpop help Realtors set up contests and sweepstakes, to generate leads.

15. Use Your Personal Profile. While the best place to market your services is on your Facebook business page, it is helpful to mix in some real estate-related posts each week on your personal profile. It reminds your friends that you have the business page and gives them an opportunity to like it if they have not already done so.

Via PracticalEcommerce.com.

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September 21st, 2016 – Equity Trust – Self Directed IRA’s

Come join us September 21st, 6:30pm (6:00pm registration) at The Ramada Greensburg with guest speaker Equity Trust.

 

Beginners Guide To Self-Directed IRA’s

You probably know all about the most popular retirement savings accounts: a 401(k) offered by your employer and IRAs (either traditional or Roth) that you and possibly your employer may contribute to. IRAs can at times have certain tax advantages over 401(k)s, and often give you greater control over your investments, however many employee-sponsored plans may let Uncle Sam or unscrupulous financial planners have a say in where your money is invested.
Even traditional and Roth IRAs place substantial limits on how you can invest in your future; though they can be a better option than many other retirement investment vehicles, they don’t always allow you the freedom you deserve.
Anyone who truly wants to take control of their retirement should consider a self-directed IRA. They’ve been around for decades, but few people know about them because the freedom of investment options they offer doesn’t give commission-based retirement planners much of an incentive to educate clients about this product.
You can take an in-depth look at self-directed IRAs here, or keep reading for a basic overview and to see if a self-directed IRA might be right for you.

What Is A Self-Directed IRA? 

A self-directed IRA allows you to make your own investment decisions. This is the retirement vehicle choice that will interest you if:
  • You like being in the driver’s seat when it comes to how to invest your funds
  • You see the financial benefit of investing in other types of commodities beyond stocks and bonds
  • You’re not afraid of diversifying your financial risk
If you’re not afraid of rolling up your sleeves to take a more proactive stance over your retirement funds, and you have an open mind about the types of investments that are at your disposal to invest in, then perhaps a self-directed investment fund is right for you.

How Does Self-Directed IRA Management Differ From Traditional IRA Management? 

The most commonly asked question is how does self-directed IRA (SDIRA) management differ from traditional IRA management. The fact is, you can invest in the same financial products within a SDIRA that you can with the traditional IRA. Both types of retirement accounts are held at a financial institution.
However, the traditional account is managed by a financial officer, and the confines of the traditional IRA only allow you to invest in financial products such as stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. If you’re an investor who would like to explore other investing options, then investing in a traditional IRA could leave you feeling confined.
On the other hand, the investing options at your disposal within a SDIRA create a plethora of retirement income streams for you to take advantage of.

What Are The Specific Advantages Of Self-Directed IRA Management? 

There are many investment choices that become available to you once you decide to create a SDIRA fund. Common investment vehicles include:
Limited Partnerships
Tangible Asset Deeds
Tax Lien Certificates
Accounts Receivable Financing
Building Bonds
Commercial Paper
Contracts of Sale
Crowdfunding
Equipment Leasing
Factoring
Foreign Sales Corporation Stock
Improved or Unimproved Land (Leveraged or Un-Leveraged)
Joint Ventures
…And more.
The best part is, you can use your current industry education (or expertise) to select the investments you’re interested in. You don’t have to blindly invest in a financial product without understanding its industry or its probability factor to generate revenue.
You won’t be confined into investing in financial products you don’t believe in, or you feel won’t offer you the best returns on your investments. Instead, you’ll gain far more control over your investment portfolio within a SDIRA as you see fit.

Are Self-Directed IRA Vehicles Worth Considering? 

A SDIRA is definitely worth considering if you’re the type of new or experienced investor who keeps their finger on the pulse of news in various industries. If you’re this type of investor, then you’ve done your homework, and you’re probably eager to take advantage of revenue generation in all sorts of exciting new industries that were previously non-existent, even as recently as 10 years ago.
Or, perhaps you’re the type of investor who enjoys the idea of investing in solid, long-standing institutions such as real estate, livestock, or precious metals. Perhaps these are the types of investment vehicles that were previously out of your reach but now they’re an investment option that you’d like to take advantage of.
Not only will a SDIRA allow you to finally take advantage of revenue generation in the products you’ve kept your eye on, but a SDIRA will also allow you to decide how aggressively or conservatively you’ll invest and control your retirement funds.
Article Via: https://www.trustetc.com/resources/education/articles/beginners-guide-sdira

August 17th, 2016 – Anthony Pernelli – Rehabbing: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Come join us August 17th, 6:30pm (6:00pm registration) at The Ramada Greensburg with guest speaker & SWIG board member Anthony Pernelli.

 

Anthony David Pernelli is a Southwestern PA born and raised seasoned investor with over 50+ UNITS AND OVER 120+ REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS (maybe more I lost count).

This month I will be presenting 3 properties which I have rehabbed and sold over the past year. Unlike the so called GURUS, I will show you my successes and also my failures. Yes I have lost money on properties. It’s possible and I will show you how. And also how I made profit on properties. My presentation will be a complete open book,  showing cost sheets and the exact materials I use for my rehabs. I will also put myself out there showing where I went wrong under-estimating construction costs, mismanaging contractors, and my overall poor performances. I will also share with you my successes and how you can do it too. Investing is a journey and the riches and rewards can be yours if you stay on the right path.

July 20th, 2016 – Brad King – Researching Titles To Properties

Come join us July 20th, 6:30pm (6:00pm registration) at The Ramada Greensburg with guest speaker Brad King of King & Guiddy Attorneys at Law.

 

Mr. King’s practice focuses on civil litigation, business law and commercial transactions, real estate transactions and litigation, and estate and trust planning and administration. In his extensive litigation work, Mr. King has represented many individuals and businesses in estate litigation, real estate and contract disputes, title insurance litigation, workers’ compensation, and personal injury cases. He has successfully litigated many cases in both jury and non-jury trials in courts throughout Pennsylvania and argued numerous cases on appeal before the Pennsylvania Superior Court.

Mr. King also provides counsel to clients on estate and trust planning and management as well as for-profit and non-profit businesses on business and commercial law, including structuring or re-structuring all types of businesses, drafting business contracts, by-laws, operating agreements, wills, and powers of attorney. In addition to representing many individuals and national title insurance companies in real estate disputes, Mr. King assists clients in all aspects of real estate transactions, including negotiating the terms of sale and financing, obtaining zoning variances, resolving issues with the real estate prior to closing and representing clients at closings.

Prior to joining King & Guiddy, Mr. King worked for Judge Joseph Farnan, Jr. of the United States District Court for the District of Delaware and he also worked for the litigation law firm of Whiteford, Taylor & Preston in Baltimore, Maryland.

Mr. King is a member of the Westmoreland County, Allegheny County, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations. He is admitted to practice before the courts of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the State of New Jersey, the United States Supreme Court, and the United States District Courts for the Western and Eastern Districts of Pennsylvania.

In 2015, Mr. King was inducted into the Million Dollar Advocates Forum®, The Top Trial Lawyers in America®, which recognizes trial lawyers who have won million dollar verdicts or settlements.

June 15th, 2016 – Jim Aydelotte – Lease Optioning Strategies

Come join us June 15th, 6:30pm (6:00pm registration) at The Ramada Greensburg with guest speaker Jim Aydelotte.

 

Jim Aydelotte, Wendy Patton’s star student – is a real estate professional specializing in Lease Options strategies, and has built an extensive real estate investment business in rural Michigan, with a multi-million dollar portfolio in investments and holdings in a few short years – PART TIME in and out of his IRA.

After 22 years in the corporate world and successful career as a Magnetics Engineer, specializing in permanent and electro-magnetic machines and sensors, Jim worked for several of the nation’s largest corporations in this area of expertise.
SWIG is a proud member of Pennsylvania Residential Owners Association – PROA
In 2006, after 22 years in the corporate world, Jim walked away from the corporate world and accepted the call to ministry, serving as a full time pastor and part time real-estate investor working 3-5 hours a week for a 6-figure income.

Jim’s real estate knowledge and experience has helped him obtain financial freedom, along with many others he has helped ‘retire’ – and coaches hundreds of students all over the country to help them achieve their goals and dreams, teaching how anyone can put $5,000 – $10,000 in their bank account in 30 days using simple techniques.

Today, Jim teaches with internationally recognized speaker and author, Wendy Patton, helping others invest with no money down, and no credit of their own – to control real estate for massive profits.

Jim’s experience spans Sandwich Lease Options and Cooperative or Link Options, and has additionally built an extensive rehab business using private money, and is one of the most well rounded investors and accessible teachers in the industry today.

With hundreds of transactions in 8 years, Jim is one of the country’s leading experts on negotiating with sellers using Lease Option strategies.

Jim is a national speaker & mentor, teaching across the country on how to put these techniques to work for anyone – PART TIME!

Joining us on June 15th? Here’s a little excerpt from Jim on what to expect:


Beginning with Lease Options…

It’s almost a distant memory, because I have been an active real estate investor for several years now, and in those early weeks and months – it was such a confusing thing for me to get my mind around the idea that I could sign a couple of pieces of paper, and own or control a property with little or no money of my own, by not going to a bank to get a loan – or using my own credit.

Now, as I teach, coach, and counsel new investors around the country considering a future in the real estate investment world, some of those same memories come back to me, because I see it in them.

At the time I was first introduced to this business concept – the very first thing I thought was ‘It’s too good to be true…”

Then, after hearing other people’s testimonials, and talking with some that were involved in lease options, my second thought was “If half of what they’re saying is true – this is still too good to be true.”

In fact, if half of what I was hearing was too good to be true, then I owed it to myself to dig into this investment strategy more and try to understand it, not just regarding the legitimacy of this business, but is this something that I can do?

You see, growing up, I was surrounded by people in my family who were well versed in the building trades. I worked for my uncle at 15 years old as a tin knocker and general grunt in his HVAC business. My father, who was a deputy sheriff, did side jobs to make extra money, and I was often with him and helped him in many of those projects.

Plus, being in the discipline of electrical, mechanical, and magnetics engineering, this allowed me to have a greater deal of experience in construction – as I could build a house from the ground up – but knew zilch about real estate in terms of investing, taking control of properties, nothing! That was ALL new to me.

So as I began this endeavor – I had to learn a lot, and that took me time, because there was no one around where I lived who was doing it, teaching it, coaching others, or hosting meetings with other investors who were doing it. (In fact, after my initial introduction to this business, I located and attended an REI group about 45 minutes from my house, but it was filled with burned out landlords, and no one was willing to share anything with anyone else, except for you to buy their dump at full asking price).

What Do I Do?

Because of the lack of support around me – I did the only thing I thought I could do – I began to study. I listened to tapes & CD’s, read books, and just spent as much time as I could trying to figure the real estate investment business out, on my own.

By this time, I had attended a rather expensive boot camp, and came away with one valuable piece of information – it was that this does work, and that I can do it!

Not only that, but I would do whatever it takes to become successful in this endeavor – because I was sick and tired of being sick and tired! You see – I would climb the corporate ladder, only to find out that it was up against the wrong wall, time and time again. Failure was NOT an option for me!

The stress of that, combined with the desire to be financially free from a J.O.B. – and to buy back my time, drove me into learning about this business strategy.
I was not opposed to trying new things, after all – I used to be in Amway…but this was different!

For the first time in my life, I could see a light at the end of the tunnel, and it wasn’t a train coming the other way!

But there was a nagging question that kept coming up, over and over and over again….WHAT EXACTLY AM I DO FIRST?

That’s what I want to spend the next few minutes talking with you about. If you’re reading this – you are already hungry for change in your life, and this is a business that can take you there faster than anything else you can imagine!

First Things First…

Of course – one of the things I realized that I must do, is to begin to understand the mechanics behind real estate transactions….and just as important as that – I needed to understand my local real estate market. My market is different than your market, and your market is different than mine, and in order to implement various aspects of lease options, this knowledge is a fundamental necessity.

Of course, I had no idea how to talk to sellers, market and screen tenant/buyers, work with title companies and real-estate agents, etc., but I knew that there were people who learned that before me, and I could learn that as well.

Based on some of the teachings and materials that I had absorbed, read, and listened to, I heard terms like ‘subject-to’, ‘sandwich lease-option’, ‘short-sale’, ‘quit-claim deed’, ‘wholesaling’, and many other terms I knew nothing about.

In fact, my problem, like anybody who is beginning a real-estate investment business who is not familiar with real-estate, was that I was seeking and grasping for direction in a sea of investment strategies.

This is one of the reasons why I did nothing with my beginning education in real-estate (for over 3 years I might add), and went back home stunned by the myriad of ways to invest, let alone, make offers that made sense based on a seller’s particular situation.

So, the bigger issue for me was not overcoming some fear of failure, fear of rejection, or fear of talking to people….no, mine was not knowing where to begin! (I kind of felt like a mosquito in a nudist colony – I knew what I wanted to do – I just didn’t know where to start).

As an engineer, I am usually highly analytical, causing a syndrome known as ‘paralysis of analysis’…. also known to medical professionals as ‘detail-itis’.

Too many solutions, and not knowing enough about any of them, caused me to think that it was necessary for my business to be the total solution for all sellers and all situations.

If you are reading this right now – please do not miss this extremely critical, and very possibly, life saving insight that you need right now – forget about everything else – and focus only on lease options.

Why Lease Options?

Lease options provide the ideal solution for a number of reasons…
First – it requires little or no money to get started. That’s huge for many people, because if you were like me – I lived paycheck-to-paycheck. I did not have the funds needed to invest in properties.

Second – it allows you to take control of a property without taking title to it, thus drastically reducing the risk involved normally associated with investing tens of thousands of dollars, or more.

Third – it is the only strategy that I know of that can put several thousand dollars into your bank account in as little as 30 days!

Here’s an example of a typical sandwich lease option deal….

A seller has a house worth $125,000, and owes $100,000 on a first mortgage they would like to sell. Their monthly principle, interest, taxes, insurance (PITI) payment is $930/mo.

The seller agrees to lease the house to you for $110,000 on a lease option contract, cover their monthly payment of $930/mo, and you agree to give them $1,000 down.

You lease the house to a tenant/buyer for $129,900, receive 5% or $6,500 down, and $1,150/mo. Your seller gets $1,000 from the 5% down paid to you, leaving a ‘front end’ balance of $5,500 with a monthly spread of $220/mo.

If your tenant/buyer gets qualified for a loan in 18 months, you will have made $5,500 on the ‘front end’, $220/mo x 18 months = $3,960, PLUS the ‘back end’ difference between your balance to the seller of $109,000 (you paid $1,000 down) and the balance the tenant/buyer owes of $14,400 ($129,900 – $6,500 = $123,400, less the $109,000 you owe the seller).

Your net profit would be $5,500 + $3,960 + $14,400 = $18,910 – all for doing nothing but signing two sets contracts on a property you neither owned, took title to, nor had to get a loan or use your credit for.

With these positive aspects, and all of the potential for financial reward, lease options are the absolute best strategy for making a significant amount of income as quickly as possible.

What Next?

Because of the tremendous opportunities that are available, the very best thing that you can do next is eliminate all of the distracting forces and varying aspects to real estate investing, and focus on just one thing, lease options.

In order to do that – you must have the information necessary for you to take in, digest, and get started.

I can help you do that, and I look forward seeing you at the next meeting…

All the Best!

Jim Aydelotte

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May 18th, 2016 – Jason LiCavoli of REI BlackBook

Come join us May 18th, 6:30pm (6:00pm registration) at The Ramada Greensburg with guest speaker Jason LiCavoli of REI BlackBook.

 

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8% of Investors Do 81% of Business

Don’t you want to be that 8%? Of course you do, but, chances are, you’re not – yet.

81% of closed business hinges on one thing – the investor’s ability to follow up, consistently, and repeatedly. But in order to have consistent, repeated follow up that doesn’t drain the life out of you (because if it does, it’s not going to get done for long) you have to have systems.

The majority, that’s 92% of you, don’t have the systems in place that will set you up for serial success. Your lack of systems are the reason why you have inconsistencies in your paycheck – if you’re getting paid at all.

It’s a sad and completely avoidable reality that most investors fail to reach their goals. More often than not, it’s because of these two reasons.

#1 Absolutely NO Follow Up System In Place

Scattered sticky notes and a smattering of calendar notifications do not qualify as a follow up system. Leads need to be nurtured depending on why they came to you and how long they’ve been in contact with you.

You would never send the same message to a probate lead as you would to a foreclosure lead. Why? Because they care about different things – it’s a different conversation.

But if you don’t have a system in place to easily and automatically follow up with these people, you’ll lose them.

You’re losing them right now.

You’re losing them because you don’t have the time, attention, or desire to keep track and properly nurture every lead that comes through the door.

What’s more, it’s not realistic to expect you, or even someone who works for you, to independently keep track of every lead, every client, every person who you come in contact with and expect that they’ll be followed up with in a right and timely manner.

It’s not possible. Which is why it can’t happen without a system. The problem is, most investors don’t have one.

#2 You Have to Do It – Or It Doesn’t Get Done

Does this sound like you? You wear one million hats in your business, and if you don’t do something, it doesn’t get done?

Just look at this list of tasks that have to happen for your business to simply run:

● Marketing

● Pre-screening deals

● Going on appointments

● Making offers

● Setting up Closings

● Finding Buyers

● Getting the money for your deals

● Maintaining your web presence

● Customer Service

● Paying bills

● Researching the next best ‘tool’

● Going to the bank to cash your checks! (Believe it or not you should have a system for this as well)

 

If you have to do those things or your business fails, then you don’t own a business – your business owns you.

If that’s the case, most times, you’d be better off in a job. It’s less stressful, less work, and the pay is more consistent.

But you’re not reading this because you want a job, you want freedom. You want a life that you choose.

If you truly want a business that creates freedom for you and your family, you’re going to have to change a few things about how you run it.

You need systems to support the pillars of every successful business – marketing, follow up, deal management, and closing.

You need systems so that your machine is always working, and the momentum never slows.

You need systems that will free you from drowning in the everyday minutiae so that you can put your time and energy on income producing activities and the enjoyable bits of life.

You need systems that will keep your pipeline full and your bank account fluid.

You need systems that are proven, repeatable, and simple.

It’s the only way you’ll be paid consistently and repeatedly.

But, honestly, your lack of systems is not your fault.

Systems aren’t especially sexy. The majority of investors are overwhelmed by them, and 50% of those who try to set up their own systems from scratch fail.

You’ve probably tried to implement systems but found yourself overwhelmed by the ‘time-saving’ tech tools available to you. Or, you created systems around people instead of organizing them around business functions – which is a sure way for them to fail.

It’s not your fault, but it is your responsibility to find a better way.

If you’re ready to join that 8% and stop letting your business steamroll you, you’ll want to show up for Jason LiCavoli. He’s going to cover the 5 pillars of business success and how you can systemize each one so that your life as an investor becomes a lot more lucrative, a ton more fun, and provides you with a million times (low estimate) more freedom.

● You’ll learn how to market your business the right way with simple focus, consistent visibility, simple tracking, and one platform.

● You’ll understand how to double your profits without increasing your marketing costs by doing one thing.

● You’ll learn how to manage your deals so that every property receives an offer in less time than it takes now.

● You’ll take away ideas on systemizing your closing process so it runs smoothly and frees up more of your time.

● Most importantly, you’ll learn how to do it all by creating the right systems that will set you up for success.

 

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April 20th, 2016 – Joe Calloway of RE360 – His Secret Buying Formula REVEALED

Would you like to know the exact formula and numbers used by the largest home buyer in Pittsburgh?  You know…a proven, formula if you want to grow a scaled, cash flow producing rental portfolio?

Come join us at 6:30pm on April 20th at The Ramada Greensburg as Joe Calloway of RE360 is going to reveal this exact buying formula.

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Everyone loves an underdog. Being raised by a single parent in a two bedroom, low income apartment in Mt. Oliver doesn’t usually breed success, but Joe Calloway’s story is anything but usual. Joe went from those unfortunate circumstances to being the largest single family home buyer in Pittsburgh. With little direction in life and few marketable skills, Joe enlisted in the US Navy in 1997. Using his military reenlistment bonus, Joe bought his first property in 2004. For his early projects he served as investor, contractor, designer, and property manager, giving him first-hand experience which proved to be invaluable. After a short stint with Landmark Properties Group as the Director of Real Estate, Joe formed RE360 in 2009. Since then, the company’s rental portfolio has skyrocketed to 270 units with a monthly gross rental income of $229,000. 2014 alone saw the rags-to-riches Calloway invest $5 million and purchase 72 homes, making him the largest housing buyer in Pittsburgh for the second year in a row. Not bad for the poor kid from Mt. Oliver.

 

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