Realtor or Deal Finder? Which Role is Best For You?
The first thing most people think when they consider making money in real estate is becoming a realtor or becoming an investor. Either way, time and/or cost are often major considerations and even barriers.
How Real Estate Agents Earn Money
First things first. Real estate agents must be trained and licensed in the state in which they choose to work. That means you need to invest hundreds of dollars in educational programs, after which you must study for and pass an exam. From there, the job search starts. Once employed, the average real estate agent makes about $35,000 per year working 40-60 hours per week. That’s about $3,000 per month. Here’s the kicker though. Realtors are independent contractors. That means they have to generate their own leads, market their own services, cover their own costs of operation, pay their own health insurance and pay their own taxes. If that doesn’t sound like the best gig to you, you may be interested in working as a GIC Deal Finder.
You can earn up to $5,000 per deal with little or no financial investment. All you have to do with us is just help us close the deal. We give you the addresses of homeowners in foreclosure. Once you get the address, you have one or two options. You can visit the homeowner or send a letter stating you are interested in purchasing the home. When the homeowner responds with a desire to sell, you get the information like price, and balance on the loan and turn the deal over to us, and we close it and you’ll be on your way to making your first $5,000. It’s as easy as ABC.
How Deal Finders Get Their Listings
Deal Finders get their listings directly from us. There’s no marketing or schmoozing or attending networking events. We provide you with a list of leads to start. We give you the foreclosure leads in your area, and all you have to do is contact them by mail or knock on their door. Right now, there are still thousands of properties in foreclosure. This is an opportunity to make big bucks by locating those who need to sell before the bank takes the property back.
How Agents Get Their Listings
Have you ever wondered how real estate agents get their listing? They do it the old-fashioned way. They get them one lead at a time by:
1. Knocking on doors
2. Sending out flyers
3. Getting referrals
With that in mind, you now have a bit of insight into why the money-making opportunity provided by GIC Deal Finders may be a better choice for you than signing up to attend real estate school. Consider it. Earn $3,000 someday or earn $5,000 today.