Mooresville, NC, October 28, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The changing real estate market signals the end to profits for some Johnny come lately investors and agents but for the savvy business owner the current market puts dollar signs in their eyes.
Dave Jenkins, Co-Author of SHIFT, with Gary Keller and Jay Papson was interviewed recently on Get Real, The Real Estate Investing Show for the Rest of Us. Dave stresses the need not to back out of this market but to really take the bull by the horns and learn to operate differently to profit from the current market. As a real estate investor he recommends getting to know all three levels of the market, the Macro, the Metro and the Local markets. By having a better understanding and education the real estate investor can develop a better plan and learn to recognize money making deals.
Mr. Jenkins suggests that the key to changing your real estate investing business is to start by changing your mindset and then your strategies. The way of making money in the past is not the way in the future. Real Estate Investors who not only understand this but embrace it will be much more profitable in the long term. Once a mindset change has been made then the focus should be on re-engineering your existing real estate investing business to cut costs and leverage the investors time to the most profitable activities.
What does the current real estate investing market look like? Dave’s view is very positive. From a macro level he states that the market has hit a bottom and this is where the good deals exist. A real estate investor who is educated and poised to leverage this market can become very wealthy for the foreseeable future based on acquisitions and transactions made today.
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