• realtor trainingThe real estate industry is undergoing a quiet revolution of it’s own these days and the traditional ways of realtor training are not going to be enough to make a living in the future. To those interested in selling property as a profession, take a look around. Foreclosures are still forcing families out of their houses in droves. These people are renters now and, with tougher lending regulations, are not going to be returning to the buyer’s market soon. Let’s see…more houses on the market but fewer people buying. Sounds like a glut to us and that’s not good for anyone…is it?

    18 Aug
    18 Aug
  • mortgage educationHere’s a great little mortgage education tip. The best silent partner of all in the deal is the one who doesn’t even know he is participating. This describes the role of banks when you invest in income properties according to the profitable strategy employed by Jason Hartman and Platinum Properties Investor Network. To be honest, yes, the bank is aware that they have agreed to loan you money to purchase an income property. They are aware of that.

    10 Aug
    10 Aug
  • agent certificationIt’s not tough to sell properties during an up market. The average real estate professional could simply show up and make money when everything is going gonzo and, if the market was like this all the time, you might never need an agent certification like AIPIS. But the market gods are not always smiling on your, are they? We’ll take your silence as a resounding “No!” Especially if you’re trying to scratch out a living in barely breathing areas like California or Florida right now.

    10 Aug
    10 Aug
  • real estate coursesMost real estate courses cover the basics necessary to earn a license and not much else. You’ll know how to fill out paperwork. Function as a buyer, seller, or transaction agent. Navigate the MLS listings. Stage a property. Maybe market to clients. But there’s something missing. What the heck are you supposed to do when the kids need braces, the bills are due, and nobody is buying houses in your local market?

    09 Aug
    09 Aug
  • certification programsEstablished realtors with name recognition in the local market might not immediately see the need for certification programs like the Accredited Income Property Investment Specialist (AIPIS). This kind of thinking will cost them money and, at the same time, allow new realtors, the ones who grasp the earning potential of the AIPIS strategy, to leapfrog to the front of the line. Keep in mind that AIPIS is not required to practice real estate but it should be required to for realtors who plan to practice profitable real estate.

    08 Aug
    08 Aug
  • realtorsInternet marketers love to talk about the concept of “scalability” in regard to sizing a successful online business up to any level they want. It just so happens that this is a very good idea and is completely transferable to realtors seeking to develop relationships with potential clients, especially when it comes to income property investing.

    07 Aug
    07 Aug
  • realtor agentsThe battle to convert potential home buyers to active income property investors is a tough one for realtor agents. Despite the fact that you have numbers and history on your side, the Wall Street stock market media brainwash is tough to overcome. At AIPIS we completely believe that real estate investing is the true path to wealth in America and, every once in a while, a glaringly simple, stark statistic arises to prove our point.

    05 Aug
    05 Aug
  • real estate educationDeciding where to get that real estate education you’ve had your eye on for a while can be a fretful experience. So many options: online, offline, correspondence. Prices that run anywhere from a few hundred to a few thousand dollars. Your state government is the controlling authority over the basic license you must complete in order to legally function as a real estate agent but there’s something you should do after that.

    01 Aug
    01 Aug
  • 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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