Join Date: Aug 2012
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Set yourself apart right off the bat. Go in clean cut and dressed in business casual attire. As stated above have a price sheet of simpleton tasks set forth, and don't be afraid to boast about what your capabilities are and what kind of service they can expect.
Don't go into it with no aspirations of it transpiring to something...go in guns blazing. If you have rehab/demo skills be sure to mention it and talk about your history. Brokers ALWAYS have back end deals with investors to frontline properties. Which in turn can lead to doing rehab work for investors (IMO the best work there is to get). Yes investors are tightwads in general...but they pay for speedy service.