• local realtorsAs a local realtor, it used to be you were simply out of luck when the property market crashed. That unfortunate development might not be the case any more when you receive an AIPIS certification. It boils down to this – the scary part about making your living as a real estate agent is that so many factors that contribute to an up or down market are beyond your control.

    31 Jul
    31 Jul
  • realtors“The beatings will continue until morale improves.”

    The line above was likely stolen from a t-shirt somewhere. No one here at AIPIS remembers for sure, but it seemed appropriate to portray the revolting predicament many realtors find themselves in waiting for their local real estate market to recover. Every day spent trudging to the office to spend eight hours (or more) selling property to customers petrified to buy.

    30 Jul
    30 Jul
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    21 Jul
    21 Jul
  • Generation YThere’s no way around it – sometimes it’s difficult to get the conversation going with a suspicious customer who would greatly benefit from your knowledge related to income property investing. The preconceptions about doing property deals are too heavy. Thoughts like the following collide inside their head:

    1. I don’t have enough money to invest in real estate.
    2. I don’t know how to invest in real estate.
    3. Isn’t the real estate market in a slump?

    Here are the short answers. “Yes, you do,” “I’ll teach you; it’s simple,” and “You don’t know what you’re talking about.” Just kidding about that last one. Might ought to keep that opinion to yourself for a while. Try this. Dial back the sales pitch and simply talk to them. Sit in your office with a cold beverage and talk to them about cold, hard facts.

    21 Jul
    21 Jul
  • AIPIS.orgWith home affordability at it’s lowest level in 30 years, some real estate analysts believe the housing recovery is not only dead ahead but already underway. While an old market maxim says don’t try to pick bottoms because it can always go lower, our property specialists at AIPIS think it’s a good time for your customers interested in buying to start paying attention.

    09 Jul
    09 Jul
  • AIPIS.orgIs the Accredited Income Property Investment Specialist (AIPIS) educational course right for you? Maybe. We’d be the first to say that it’s not for every Tom, Dick, and Jane with a passing interest in investing. To register and take the AIPIS sequence of classes, you should be a licensed real estate agent, mortgage or financial professional. More than that, you should be excited about taking your career to the next level with an out-of-the-box thinking approach.

    07 Jul
    07 Jul
  • AIPIS.orgIn a nutshell, the AIPIS investment philosophy is that the majority of the average investors on Wall Street have been tricked into thinking it is the best asset to own. We would sharply disagree with that opinion, no matter how many times Jim Kramer runs across the room and rings his cowbell. The fact of the matter is that real estate has always been a better investment, and that statement has never been more true than in the inflationary world we now live in.

    29 Jun
    29 Jun
  • AIPISFor a long time we’ve known rental property investing is the answer for those looking to retire in style.

    We didn’t create the AIPIS designation just because we were bored one day and started throwing around acronyms. The idea of an Accredited Income Investment Property Specialist is in response to what we see as a fundamental shift in the way middle class America invests for the future. In the years to come, investment money will shift away from Wall Street as more people realize exactly what a rigged game it is. We’re betting people will begin to see what an excellent choice rental property is.

    28 Jun
    28 Jun
  • Real estate agentsIn the strict sense of the word, real estate professionals don’t need AIPIS. You can breath, eat, and continue to exist without it. The only reason you need the AIPIS certification is if you’re interested in making serious money as a real estate investment professional in the future. While the internet is changing the landscape of almost every industry we can think of, there’s a good chance there will always be a market, shrinking though it may be, for traditional real estate agents.

    23 Jun
    23 Jun
  • The trick to making money with real estate sales is to not sell anything. True statement. Sure, you might make the odd sale here and there with the sledgehammer approach, mainly to the customer already so intensely interested in a property that Darth Vader couldn’t talk them out of it.

    22 Jun
    22 Jun
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