In many cases, a mentor will work side-by-side with you in the field, and explain to you why certain strategies may, or may not be appropriate in a given situation. In addition, certain strategies can be altered, or modified in a way that a less experienced real estate investor might not be aware of, or may not have even considered. When you’ve been around the block several dozen times, you learn things that a simple textbook just can’t teach.
There’s a special bond that develops between a mentor, and their students. I’ve developed friendships with a large number of my students, and I am still in touch with a great many others on a regular basis. I really get excited when I hear that one of my students has put together a profitable deal that might not have been possible had it not been for the time spent with me listening, learning, and asking questions.
If you want to seriously ramp up your real estate investing career, you owe it to yourself, and your future, to thoroughly investigate the idea of working with an experienced mentor. Allow your mentor to shine a light on the opportunity you have to build a strong investment portfolio, a bright future for you, and your family.
Peter Vekselman has been successfully investing in real estate since 1996. He has completed over 1000 real estate deals, owned a construction company, been a private lender, and owned a property management company. To learn more about Peter, please visit http://www.CoachingByPeter.com.
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