Let’s imagine John is crushing it! He is a high achiever and is moving a million miles a minute. He is doing so much that he doesn’t feel it is worth his time to track his statistics. He just made a ton of phone calls to agents. He got some properties shot over to him so he analyzes these and sends offers on the promising ones. He then makes some phone calls to homeowner leads he has. His mailing campaign is in full throttle as well and leads are trickling in through that! He
This may seem simple. But being specialized has exponentially grown our company. It is one the main reasons we have been able to grow to over $6,000,000 in just over a year and a half. It is a huge reason why our team is efficient, effective, and fun to be around (you know it’s true). We all know our role. We know our priorities. And we execute at a high level, improving with each experience within our role. It hasn’t always been like that, though. In the beginning, when it w
We have all heard the stories; investors who use under the table labor, try to pull as few permits as possible, and try to squeeze every penny out of a property they can, usually cutting corners in the process. I have seen firsthand how some investors will do this and try to fly under the radar in order to maximize their profit. One investor actually questioned our big sign in our front yard that has our name and contact information on it. He told me that bringing that much a
There are many ways to make money in real estate. Each niche has its own pros and cons; and its own intricacies. While it is easy to get caught up trying to be a jack of all trades, the smart investor becomes a master at one exit strategy at a time. Once they perfect and systematize that strategy, then they can decide to move onto the next one or not. That is precisely what CC Solutions is doing. This blog will explain one of the most successful exit strategies for our real e
Christian Chasmer here today to tell you how CC Solutions uses failure to succeed! The summer of my junior year in college I worked for an internship where I ran my own franchise of an exterior painting company. I did my own marketing and sales. I hired my own crew of painters and managed them. I did my own customer service and scheduling. And it was the hardest summer of my life. The average manager had 5 painters on their team and kept 4 the whole summer; I went through 23.
“But, how do you do it?” I get this question asked, or a variation of this question, by at least 99% of people I speak to nowadays. “How do you all already own $8.5 million in real estate after 18 months?” “How do a bunch of twenty somethings start a successful real estate company?” “How do you run a company that develops in Boston if you live in San Diego?” “How do you guys have nine team members already?” “How do you do it?” This is Christian Chasmer here to tell you that t
As real estate developers, there is a hurdle in our industry that is head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to number of developers it affects and how badly it can affect you. If you haven’t guessed it by now, the number one problem for real estate developers are CONTRACTORS. If you ask any of them, they will tell you the same answer. As my dad used to say, “Give 3 masons the job, and hope that 1 shows up on Monday.” Having a good general contractor and/or good subc