Real estate investing can be a great way to make money. It can also be a great way to lose money if you’re not careful. In a recent episode of The Real Estate Investing Show with Mike Hambright from Flipnerd.com, Home Cash Guys founder Greg Yuter talks about the secrets of building a successful real estate investing business.
As one of the most trusted real estate investors in southeastern Pennsylvania, Greg and his team have bought and sold hundreds of homes. Greg’s philosophy is simple: he believes in working closely with homeowners to create win-win deals. It’s not just about making money, it’s about helping people out in tough situations, like an elderly homeowner named Marion he recently worked with. “As a local buyer with expertise in the local real estate market, I really want to help build my community,” he says.
He’s also open to working with other investors, and has started developing a guide to Buying, Renovating and Selling Houses.
Some of the topics covered in this episode of The Real Estate Investing Show include:
- Applying lessons from corporate American to your real estate investing business.
- The importance of treating your real estate investing business like a BUSINESS!
- The power of having the right people on your team.
- The power of having the right mindset.
Building a Successful Real Estate Investing Business by Partnering with Home Cash Guys
Whether you have a home to sell in Philadelphia, Delaware, Chester, Bucks, Montgomery, Berks, Lehigh or Northampton county Pennsylvania, have a friend, neighbor or relative looking to sell their home, or are looking to get into the real estate investing business, we want to hear from you.
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