Is it good practice to sell land at wholesale prices on public platforms such as eBay or Craigslist?
It was a question that recently came up in the Motivation & Wealth Creation Group so Mark and the team wanted to address it on today’s Round Table discussion.
Joining Mark are:
- Erik Peterson
- Mike Zaino
- Mimi Schmidt
- Scott Bossman
- Tate Litchfield
- Scott Todd
Buying low and selling low is a quick way to turn money for fast cash but is it the best practice to sell low on public platforms or is it just a race to the bottom?
Listen in as Team Land Geek digs deep into this topic and gets to the bottom of these questions:
- Will it destroy the market for other investors?
- Would it be better to sell to other investors in the group?
- Why wouldn’t you sell it retail after putting in all the work?
This is a topic that really gets Mark fired up and has him biting his tongue all the way to the end!
HUGE props go out to Erik Peterson who really nails the point in with his Nike analogy.
If you build your buyer's list correctly and you build your buyer's list well, there’s no reason to go out and start to market this lower-priced property onto the marketplace. Scott Todd
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Plus, Mimi shares the details of a wholesale deal she just completed with Scott B. And, the Land Geek Bootcamp Club 54!?
Listen into this very informative episode for all the details that also includes Jedi mind tricks and has Mark spreading the love to all!
TIP OF THE WEEK
Mimi: Check out the website OutdoorPhotographer.com. You can search national parks and it will give you a lot of information about the local area that you can use for your Ad copy. It will also tell you the best times, the date to have your photographer go out and snap photos. If you click the link, scroll down it will tell you the closest other sites nearest to that national park.
Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?
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