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Archive for June, 2011
This year I have been invited to present a ¬†morning and afternoon¬†class¬†for the San Diego Association of Realtor s annual real estate expo.
SDAR is hosting it so there is no cost (sdar charged $45 for this class when I taught in their offices last year) but I will be up-selling ginzu knives and snuggies
at the end of the presentation. Nothing like having snuggies for the whole family as long as yours is of Superman!
Just kidding. Any of you who have been to these courses know I don’t sell anything except……. the fact I am a buyer and that providing you with tools I have learned and used you’ll consider calling Gabhart Investments when you have a great property for sale.
Ok here is the¬†sch-peel
In this class you will learn if the highly lucrative, highly competitive business of commercial real estate brokerage is right for you. This business niche is not for everyone, so attend this class and find out if you are up to the challenge.
Commercial Real Estate Course topics
What is commercial real estate?
How long will it be before I make money?
What are the risks?
Do I need experience in commercial real estate?
How to leverage your existing client base to turbo charge your success
Choosing the right company to work for
Additional resources to get more information on commercial real estate
Here is what we are not covering
How to analyze a property (I will talk about what you may want to know/learn and where to get that information)
This is a good intro if you are thinking about making a time or money investment into the commercial side of things.
It’s not for everyone so don’t expect a bunch of ra ra sis boom ba that anyone can get rich doing it. I will give you a no nonsense run down of the business as I have experienced it.
I will say that if there is a way to get into Real Estate with little or no money (not little or no time) then commercial real estate may be a great avenue. This is what allowed me to transition from doing Real Estate as a hobby to a career that has been very rewarding (and challenging – NO GET RICH QUICK GRASS HOPPAH)
I will say
Real Estate gives me flexible hours (not short hours but time availability to do things like see my kids plays at school during the day etc.)
And work from my H2Office while not in my physical office. Check out this awesome set up.
This Friday at the Town & Country Resort in San Diego
10:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m & 2:45 p.m. – 4:00 p.m
Also don’t forget to follow our real estate adventures by going to our individual property websites…….
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