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In this episode, I sit down with Howard Zonder and Seth Drehle-Ewan to talk about a number of things. Both of these guys have been in the land investing business for a while, and they both have some different lessons, resources and insights to share.
Howard has developed a CRM (Customer Relationship Management) system that is built on Podio and can automate a great deal of the ongoing functions involved with the land flipping lifecycle.
Seth has been building a land flipping empire that has doubled in sales for several consecutive months and is on track to hit anywhere from $750K – $1M in revenue this year (and did I mention, he's 23 years old… yeah).
Both guys share a lot of valuable insights on how to manage the deal flow of a high-volume land investing business. When you're doing more than a few deals each month, it's critical to find a system to can do more than just a simple spreadsheet. We talk about everything from virtual assistants to the sales process, to the things you frankly SHOULDN'T try to automate in the land business.
Here's the video of our conversation as well…
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