The Borland Group Monthly Meetup - Advanced Sales Techniques

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This month we are going to discuss a topic that most fear but is actually very simple: Sales.  Sales is just as important for investors as it is for any other sales position.  You have to sell yourself, your business, your service, and most importantly get the sellers to sell YOU their property for under market value. We are going to teach you exactly how to do this.

Did you know most people can only sell to 25% of people they talk to? Have you ever wondered why? This month we are going to cover advanced sales techniques and why they are important for every real estate investor to use in order to get 4X as many deals!

We use these techniques daily whether we are talking to sellers, buyers, lenders, etc.  They mainly revolve around the 4 personality types.  These techniques are described as "advanced" but can be picked up very quickly and applied by anyone from beginner to advanced investors and any other person who uses sales in their business.

After we discuss sales techniques we will open up the meetup for questions and general discussion like we always do!  Please come prepared with questions so that we can help you bring your business to the next level and grow!!

Please RSVP here and at our meetup page if you would like to attend this FREE event.  I look forward to seeing you all there!

Our sales skills speak for themselves!  How have we been able to consistently complete over 100+ fix and flip deals per year and dozens of wholesale deals per year for the last 5 years?  It all comes down to sales...  

Sales is not about manipulation (a common misunderstanding)!!  It is a combination of empathy and asking the right questions in order to achieve a mutually beneficial outcome for both parties.