Understanding the Residential Investor Needs

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During this webinar recording you will learn how to differentiate the different types of investment opportunities and what information you want to gather from your investor clients before you start searching for properties. We will also discuss how to make some basic investment analysis calculations.

Investors represent a considerable part of the residential real estate market. Their needs however are different than other types of clients. Being able to understand their specific needs will allow you to capture a larger portion of that market and work more efficiently.

Meet Gonzalo

Gonzalo Mejia, CRS is originally from Lima, Peru where he studied Industrial Engineering. He moved to the United States in 2001 and started his real estate career in 2004. Currently, in Jacksonville, Florida he leads one of the top teams in the area. Mejia has spoken for national and international audiences about different topics including global business, social media, and marketing. Gonzalo is also one of our Certified CRS Instructors.

This webinar recording will show you how to:

  • Understand the pros and cons of different investment opportunities
  • How to develop a basic investor buyer interview questionnaire
  • How to calculate the return of investment and income analysis for residential investments

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