Real Estate Investing Profits Master Series with Cory Boatright
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Real Estate Investing Profits Masters Series | The Definitive Realestate Podcast for Real Estate Investing Freedom By Quiting your Job, Creating Landlord Wealth, Making Money by Flipping Houses and getting Bigger Pockets with Millionaire Investors.
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Episode 46: Wayne Sheaffer 100 closing 100 days Good Success Indiana
My guest today has an amazing real estate investment strategy. Wayne Sheaffer is killing it with wholesales in Indiana because he works wide instead of going deep. He’s picking out homes in rural areas and less crowded suburban towns because there is little to no competition. Once he establishes his real estate foundation, then he starts working deeper to build his buyer list. He talks today about how exactly he uses bandit signs to build that buyer list and the ways you can apply his new perspectives on your own investment strategy. When Wayne got sick of working for Corporate America and sleeping in his office, he took a shot at real estate. His trick is to focus on the risk rather than the money and to work toward something bigger than yourself. Today’s interview is all about not only how to turn your investments into a well-oiled wholesale machine but the ways in which you can apply your core principles to your big business plan. MINUTE MARKERS 3:33 - Here’s Mr. Wayne Sheaffer from Highland, Indiana! 3:57 - Are you an Indians fan or a Cubs fan? 4:45 - We’re both from the Collective Genius Mastermind Group 5:56 - Wayne breaks down his real estate investing expertise 6:40 -Why does Wayne love wholesaling so much? 7:15 - Wayne’s perspective on rent-to-own 8:00 - Wayne sold 100 houses in 100 days! 8:39 - How did Wayne get involved in real estate investing? 11:40 - Wayne’s big breaking point 14:00 - We share our experiences on what it’s like to be a number in Corporate America 15:56 - The biggest challenge Wayne’s faced in investing 20:07 - What’s Wayne’s favorite motivational quote? 20:48 - The trick to Wayne’s strategy is he’s still using hand-written bandit signs