How to Deal with Change and Find Success as a Real Estate Investor
Want to Run a Successful Real Estate Investing Business?
Are you trying to build and sustain a long-term real estate investing business? Do you want to spend more time with your family and less time in a job?
The key to being a successful real estate investor is not only to make money when the market is high or low, but also learn how to create a sustainable real estate investing business for the long term.
With over a decade of experience in real estate investing, Rachel Hernandez, also known as Mobile Home Gurl, has learned what it takes to run a successful real estate investing business for the long term. Looking back, every time there has been an obstacle in the way, the one consistent theme where she has learned and has been challenged the most has been change.
By being able to adapt and learn from the changes that happen, Rachel has been able to overcome the obstacles she has faced in all facets of her real estate investing business. In this book, she will teach you what she has learned so you too can overcome these changes and run a successful real estate investing business for the long term.
Inside you’ll learn how to handle the types of changes in your real estate investing business including:
- Market Changes
- Management Changes
- Personnel Changes
- Marketing Method Changes
- Funding Changes
- Partnership Changes
- Personal Situation Changes
Also, you will discover the one wild card that can boost your success if you seize the opportunity:
Luck and the Part It Plays
You’ll get information to additional resources that will help you on your real estate investing journey.
Would you like to know more?
Read the book today and start getting results!
About the Author
With over a decade of real estate investing experience, Rachel Hernandez spent several years as a landlord before taking the leap to specializing in mobile home investing. Rachel is the creator of Adventures in Mobile Homes (www.adventuresinmobilehomes.com), a blog dedicated to sharing her stories and adventures investing in mobile homes. Rachel Hernandez has one investing strategy: K.I.S.–Keep It Simple.