Wholesaling Best Practices, Investor Mistakes, and Economic Outlook with Vena Jones-Cox
RPOA Podcast Episode #214
This week's guest believes that wholesaling is the simplest, quickest, lowest risk, and lowest hassle way to make money in real estate today. But you have to know the right strategies for finding properties, attracting buyers, and getting to the close.
That’s why I’m excited to be talking with Vena Jones-Cox, who is also known as 'The Real Estate Goddess'. Vena is a self-described 'Real Estate Geek' who has done it all: landlording, flipping, wholesaling – you name it. Vena does at least 50 real estate deals every year – focusing on finding great deals and then lease-optioning or wholesaling properties to new buyers. She teaches 1,000’s of other investors how to do the same. Vena is also the past president of the Cincinnati REIA, the Ohio REIA, and the National REIA.
Vena discusses the mistakes she's seeing wholesalers make, as well as the bad advice they're receiving that is giving them a bad name. Vena will discuss her best practices, and the importance of automating your business with real people who are trained to physically inspect the properties and understand its true value. Vena also tells us what happens to wholesaling when the market slows down, and her economic outlook for the next six years.
You can also listen to my previous conversation with Vena on episode #55.
You can see Vena Jones-Cox live at this year's conference on Thursday, February 27th, 2020 at 1:10 p.m. in Grand Rapids, Michigan - click here to get your tickets now!
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