The Value of Red Lights

Coaching, Investing, Time Management / Focus on September 28th, 2015 Comments Off on The Value of Red Lights

Everyone who has driven with me knows , it’s UNCANNY. I hit every. Single. Red light. In every town I travel in. And it’s just not just a complaint. I’ve come to accept it, to a point I barely notice it anymore, unless my passenger points it out. “Holy geez! This is like, the 10th […]

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Ask Nick: What to Do at the First Meeting with a Seller?

Boston, Coaching, Deal, Wholesaling on December 17th, 2014 Comments Off on Ask Nick: What to Do at the First Meeting with a Seller?

If you’re new in the business, you are probably nervous about your first seller phone call, and eventually your first seller visit.  Hopefully this post clarifies what your goals are on each.   Before talking to you, I wasn’t sure about the effectiveness of the direct mail. You convinced me to continue the process. Today […]

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Wholesale Updates: 2-Family in Lowell SOLD!

Investing on August 18th, 2014 Comments Off on Wholesale Updates: 2-Family in Lowell SOLD!

This year, we wholesaled three rehab projects–2 due to holding too many projects.  The most recent wholesale was a great deal that happened to fall outside our business plan: a 2-family buy & hold in Lowell, MA.  Luckily, we were able to sell the property to a local landlord for full asking and it closed […]

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2-for-1 Spring DEALFLOW Special: All-Day Workshop & Copy of Complete Dealflow System

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All-Day Intensive Workshop PLUS your copy of the Complete Dealflow System Saturday, June 14th, 2014 in Woburn, MA About the Workshop: The workshop’s only goal is to provide real world, practical information and techniques–without any pitching. Each person will leave with a comprehensive knowledge of DEALFLOW process. The objective of the day is to give […]

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Real Estate Investors: Rebuilding a Nation, One House at a Time

Investing on February 21st, 2013 Comments Off on Real Estate Investors: Rebuilding a Nation, One House at a Time

The other week, we were overwhelmed by all the positive feedback from facebook, personal emails, and at the New England REIA that Wednesday.  It was in response to a very unique Rehab Chronicles featuring the former owner of a distressed property we purchased.   (Watch the video below) As she and her friends went through her […]

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How to Properly Set Goals in the New Year: 2013 Edition

Business on January 7th, 2013 Comments Off on How to Properly Set Goals in the New Year: 2013 Edition

Never, ever make New Years Resolutions. Did you know that 92% of New Years Resolutions fail? I used to tell everyone it was 90%, and now I have another study to back me up, check it out here. As the article suggests, most require an entire lifestyle shift to help keep them going.  Others, require an […]

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4 Most Important Time Management Tips

Business on November 2nd, 2012 No Comments

These tips don’t apply to only real estate investors. I like to think they appeal to all business owners in general, as we all have this one big thing in common – There’s not enough time in the day. We, the innovators and drivers of business, along with the very rare team member with that […]

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Time Management #1: Play to your Strengths, but Practice your Weaknesses

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I’m the first one to tell you how “AA”wesome I am at busting into a foreclosure and assessing the damage, along with defining what I want done inside… I should also tell you that I’m bad at marketing. I know how to do it, and the basic premises, but I am just no good at […]

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Time Management #2: E-mail and Telephone are the KILLERS of PRODUCTIVITY

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“But my phone and e-mail is how I do business! What do you MEAN?” Exactly that. The worst thing you can do in the morning, is open up your e-mail inbox. INSTANTLY – you have given up at least 1 hour of your workday, and your brain is now on everything else and being REACTIVE […]

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Time Management #3: It’s not going to get done unless you SCHEDULE it in

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If you’re not a planner or calendar person (which I find hard to believe), you have no idea what you’re missing. I used to use my “little black book” from when I was in college, to keep appointments, remind me of tasks to do, etc. I trained myself to set it all up on Sunday […]

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