When: Saturday, March 15th and Sunday, 16th 2014
Time: 15th 8am – 5pm and 16th 8am – 1pm
Where: Embassy Suites - Denver Tech Center 10250 East Costilla Avenue, Centennial, CO 80112, USA
Level: Beginner Investor, Intermediate Investor; Advanced Investor
Cost: $50 for each half day, or $75 for all three for Members
$75 for each half day, or $125 for all three for Non Members
Take the guess work out of marketing and rehabbing your flips and income properties. This 3 part workshop covers: branding, comps, strategic plans and design that will make your properties the hottest on the market. Andrew Cordell’s 2 day- 3 workshop series can't be missed. Do yourself a favor and make sure you sign up for all three. You’ll thank us when you’ve got the most competitive real estate strategy around.
SESSION 1, Saturday AM: "Marketing and Branding for Real Estate Investors"
How to find Money and Houses using Facebook?
a) $50 a week in Facebook will attract your distressed sellers
b) $50 a week will attract your private lenders
Inbound Marketing versus Outbound Marketing
a ) Most investors only use Outbound learn why inbound is the
new way for real estate investors to market
b) Don't waste money… Hit your target market every time!
Where is your BLOG?
a) Google yourself! What does the Internet tell your customer
Why retail buyers are in line to buy our houses
a) Increase your profits and sales because of your Brand.
SESSION 2, Saturday PM: "How to Rehab Over 100 Houses a Year"
Learning the Process over the Project
a) Why most investors fail at rehabs.
How to go from 1 to 5 houses at a time
a) The number one thing that prevents you from growing
The Three things that sell every house
a) Learn why your house won't sell above ARV within a week
SESSION 3, Sunday AM: "Rentals that make you work VS. Rentals that make you rich"
Where is the real cashflow?
a) Defining what type of rental property you want to own
Why most landlords fail with rentals
a) The Three Questions you must answer before you buy a rental.
How to manage the the R's of Rentals
a) Ratings-Rehab-Residents- Risk Become a PRO landlord
About Our Speaker: Andrew Cordell
In 2007, Andrew Cordle was young, ambitious, and at the top of his game. His company in Atlanta was flipping dozens of houses each year and he was making an insane amount of money. He was 25 years old and everyone thought he was brilliant. He did, too.
He and his first wife were living large, traveling the globe, and spending money as fast as they could make it. However, Andrew now admits that while he was pretty smart in business at the time (and for such a young man), he lacked wisdom…the life perspective that only time and experience can provide. Because of that, he never saw the economic storm looming on the horizon. He was living as if nothing would ever change and the flow of money through his life would never stop.
Later that same year, when the financial bottom fell out of the economy, Andrew found himself with more than a dozen properties he could not liquidate, 22 employees he could no longer afford to pay, and a mountain of problems he could not have foreseen. He watched helplessly as his business, his assets, and his livelihood evaporated right in front of him. Despite all his best ideas, long-term relationships, and business savvy, he was powerless to stop it.
As if all of that wasn’t enough to bring him to his knees, another storm was brewing that would shatter what remained of Andrew’s world. In the midst of trying to work his way through all of the financial perils he faced, he joined his family for a short, two-day getaway. He had always been close to his family, and their support during such a difficult time was very important to him. However, while he was away, his first wife secretly left him and took with her all that remained: money, furniture, their car, everything. He returned home to find an empty house and a short note warning him against trying to find her…she had already left the state. Andrew was devastated beyond words.
Overnight, he had gone from a big life with more money than he could spend, to living in his parent’s basement with no money, no business, no job, no wife, no car, and no income. Despite having earned more money by the age of 25 than many do in an entire lifetime, he had little more than a bag of clothes to his name.
Andrew spent many months shell-shocked and wondering how in the world he had managed to lose it all. By the time he had healed enough to pick himself up and begin to carry-on, he had lost three full years of his life, and more than a $1 Million in assets. As the saying goes, experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first and the lesson later
After giving himself time to heal, Andrew took the knowledge he had gained