Posted about 1 year ago

3 Easy Ways to Build a Good Reputation in Property Investing

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If you are starting out as a real estate investor, it is crucial to build your reputation first. Before you can land a deal with a sponsor of a multifamily syndication, it’s important for people to know that you are a reliable partner for their business venture.

In a way, a good reputation can significantly increase your chances of joining an investment setup. On the other hand, a bad reputation comes off as a red flag to potential business partners. They wouldn’t risk getting you on board if you happen to have a stain on your credibility in property investing. For this, you will have to make the effort of polishing up your image to attract profitable opportunities.

In my experience in the multifamily arena, having a great reputation brings in massive payoffs. One lesson I have learned is to start out small. You can’t expect to bring in bigger fish if you don’t have the right size of net. In this sense, your reputation should be the net for getting bigger catches. I started out with single-family investments before venturing into larger investment setups. Along the way, I was able to build my reputation until I managed to build multifamily syndications with even larger profit-making opportunities.

You can go the same way I did by applying these easy steps that will help you build your reputation.

1. Put your ego aside

Just because you are in the business of making money from the property market it doesn’t mean you should be aggressive with your pitches. If there’s anything that’s bad for business, it’s recklessness and pride. These two go together when you are dealing with potential business partners, because if you have too much pride, you make really bad decisions in return. If you don’t want to get turned down, tone down your ego.

2. Offer valuable insights

People will listen to you more if you show them something that provides value. With that being said, make sure to communicate what matters the most to potential partners. If you have a compelling idea that’s worth their time, they will find an opportunity to talk to you about it. Before long, you can land a lucrative deal with them.

3. Practice your communication

Of course, before you engage potential partners, you need to know how to talk to them directly and in a way that allows you to build rapport. People have different personalities, but it’s always best to be consistent with your talking skills in every unique interaction you take part in. Start by practicing your “elevator speech.” With constant self-training, you will be able to seamlessly engage other investors.

Once you apply these easy tips to building your reputation, you will be on your way towards making it big in real estate investing.



Comments (2)

  1. Thanks Julie for your comment. Keep your Focus and learn everything about Multifamily Syndication Investing


  2. Thanks for your insight Vinny. As a first time investor, I understand I have a lot to learn from others and am excited to be humbled by more experienced investors. Best of luck with your future endeavors.