The Flip Empire Show
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On The Flip Empire Show, Alex Pardo brings you strategies, interviews, and insights for smart real estate investors to help grow and scale your real estate investing business. The Flip Empire Show was created for YOU, the smart real estate investor and entrepreneur. If you're looking for ACTIONABLE and SIMPLIFIED advice, Alex Pardo has you covered with his Master Class Expert Interviews, as well as the Q and A shows. Learn from real estate's heavy hitters, as Alex Pardo puts them on the hot seat to reveal their best strategies for running a profitable, scalable, and automated real estate business. Get a fresh perspective from a Real Estate Investor, Entrepreneur, and Coach that has flipped well over 300 homes. We're dedicated to adding value to you and your business, and bringing you the best content to help you make more money, build your empire, and experience freedom through real estate investing. For more strategies, and recommended resources, check us out at www.FlipEmpire.com.
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Most Recent Episode
EP043: The Best Tips on How to Hire a Transaction Coordinator — Thursday’s Q&A Session
1 day ago
Alex answers a question from one of his local wholesaler friends, who is currently looking for a transaction coordinator. How do you find good talent? Well, it’s not by sending out an ad and then sifting through each and every resume. You always want to get your prospects to jump through hoops before you hire them! Find out some of the best hiring tips on this week’s Q&A session. Key Takeaways: What’s the best way to hire a transaction coordinator? Don’t waste your time reviewing resumes. Have people jump through some hoops first. Alex’s local wholesaler friend found two qualified applicants for the transaction coordinator position. Who should he hire? Every employee or team member should be bringing in more than what you pay them. Alex always has all his applicants take a Kolbe test before they get hired. If you’re presented with two or three qualified applicants by the end of the screening process, then hire each qualified applicant for that position and give them a trial run. You have nothing to lose! The cream is going to rise to the top! Mentioned in This Episode: FlipEmpire.com Episode 25 of The Flip Empire Show: How To Hire A Rock Star Team Kolbe.com/assessments/kolbe-a-index/ Ask Alex A Question: Have a question you want featured on an upcoming Flip Empire Show? Head over to the