Author Archive: Patrick Riddle

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Lesson Learned: Don’t be a Motivated Buyer!

Lesson Learned: Don’t be a Motivated Buyer!

Hey, Patrick here… Today I’m really excited to pull the curtain back on one of our members-only coaching calls and share with you some powerful lessons that one of our coaching students over at Strategic Investment Insider Circle asked during one of our coaching call sessions. (Side Note: Are you aware that we do monthly […]

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Cut and Paste Comps

Cut and Paste Comps

OK, so you’re out there mixing it up, marketing for motivated sellers… The leads are rolling in, and you’re starting to actually come across what seem to be viable deals worth considering… Yay, you! But uh oh, here’s a problem: Turns out, you’re not entirely sure yet how to accurately assess the ARV and/or wrap your mind around what […]

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You Need Business Building Skills, Son!

You Need Business Building Skills, Son!

Do you dabble in real estate investing? Do you think of REI as something fun and challenging that you really enjoy? Well, maybe it’s time to consider turning your real estate investing “hobby” into an actual business. But how do you do it and what the heck does that look like anyway? Have no fear, […]

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How 1 Simple Search = An Endless Source of Solid Deals

How 1 Simple Search = An Endless Source of Solid Deals

In today’s post, I’m going to reveal 1 simple online trick that you can use to uncover an endless source of wholesale deals – other wholesaler’s inventory via co-wholesaling. I recently did a great post that was all about co-wholesaling and why it’s so freakin’ awesome… very low risk, it requires half as much work, […]

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What is Co-Wholesaling? (And Why It’s So Awesome)

What is Co-Wholesaling? (And Why It’s So Awesome)

Hey guys, I was thinking recently that I’ve been at this REI thing so long, that I sometimes forget the mental barriers that can exist for some people when it comes to the terminology and concepts that I take for granted in my everyday business. When I realized that, I decided it’d be a great […]

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