I'm meeting with a real estate investor for the
first time. He has about 70 doors and owns his
own real estate brokerage. I kind of feel like I've
bit off more than I can chew with this guy like
I'm out of my league. He knows I'm brand new
and that I don't know much because I've asked
him for his help, hence the meeting. My question
is, in someones professional opinion, what
should I bring to the table in terms of knowledge
or questioning? Being a newbie I couldn't be
expected to know much, and I also don't want
to waste this guy's time or more importantly
waste a very good opportunity. I just need a
little guidance before the meeting this Thursday.
Thank you all 🙏
Hey I know this already might be late. I’m kinda new here too, but been an agent for over couple months. I have dealt with few investors as well. Best thing at front is for you to be as honest as you can and let them know what you know and don’t know, but really try your best of getting to know how you can bring value to them. Networking with the community of the area they are looking to invest helps. It’s okay to be new, but you can be present ask and takes notes. Little by little you’ll get the lingo and when someone falls asleep on a deal be the first one to bring it up to them.