Smart Real Estate Coach - December 2018

REAL REAL ESTATE a fellow investor recommended Smart Real Estate Coach to me, I went online to do some research and came across a video of Chris. I immediately regarded him as a business owner and person I could relate to. Initially, I started consulting him and his team on a month-by-month basis, but after only four months, I opted to invest in the High 6 Associate program. I flew across the country and spent two days working side by side with each member of the team. I found the whole experience so eye-opening and motivating. “With their guidance, I went from doing one deal a year to now having six properties and some others in the works. Not only has the team dramatically helped me with my investment goals, but they continue to make themselves accessible to their Associates — I am constantly blown away by the dedication and support from their entire team. They offer access to the ever-evolving resources and concepts associated with the process of doing deals, and they are all genuinely sincere and trustworthy people. I am so grateful for their ability to foster growth, ideas, and overall confidence. If you invest with them, I have no doubt that you’ll get your money back, but only if you do what they say! ” To learn more about buying and selling on your own terms, visit our website at or call 855-667-7336. RNER YOU HAVE QUESTIONS. WE HAVE ANSWERS.



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DIRECTIONS • 1 small head cauliflower (about 2 pounds), cored and sliced • 1 leek, chopped • 1 medium onion, chopped • 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped • 4 cups low-sodium chicken broth or vegetable broth • 1/2 cup heavy cream • 1 tablespoon unsalted butter • 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil • Salt and pepper, to taste 1. In a large pot over medium heat, melt butter into warm oil. Add onion and leek, season with salt and pepper, and cook until tender, about 10-12 minutes. 2. Stir in garlic and cook for 1 minute. Add cauliflower, broth, and cream. Simmer until cauliflower is tender, about 15 minutes. 3. Using a blender, purée in batches until smooth. 4. Top servings with a drizzle of olive oil and a pinch of pepper. 3 855-667-7336


we arrange a time for them to view the property. All of our vacant homes have a lockbox, and we give the buyer a code for access. While they are viewing the property, we send them an email including our “next step” forms, which help us get the highest possible down payment, and potential buyers get their financing at the end of the term. After we get the forms back, we call the buyer to go over those forms. If we come to a point where we are comfortable with a buyer’s information, we’ll go ahead and schedule a meeting and go from there. Because we use this method for our own properties, we know that some things can go wrong within the buyer process. If you have questions, are running into issues, or just want more information, feel free to reach out to Nick at Nick@

The first time a new transaction engineer takes control of a property, excitement mixes with anxiety over whether there is a buyer to be found. My son Nick is our buyers’ specialist and has been a great help to our Associates over the years. Because he is an expert in all he does, Nick works hard to help our new investors become experts by breaking down the multiple layers of screening that our team uses for finding buyers for our own properties. Then he shows Associates how to implement them, as well. When a buyer approaches us and wants to look at a property, we start by sending a carefully crafted “buyer form” email. This email directs him or her to our Buyer Q&A videos. After they have watched the videos,

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