Baby Steps To Real Estate Development Success
by Colm Dillon
I've been spending alot of time reading the information on your real estate development website.
My interests are high; however, my finances may be low. I have an interest in real estate, but have little knowledge.
We purchased our first home a little over a year ago, and have to admit it was a bit intimidating, and exciting at the same time.
Credit is not an issue, so I'm pleased to say that that will not run us into a brick wall.
I was wondering what would be our best bet for starting out small and working our way to bigger projects?
Thank you so much for all the wonderful information!
You may find my first comment a bit strange but in fact you are in an excellent position to start considering real estate development.
Why is that?
Simply because you have not made the first mistake most new developers make and that is by going out and "buying" land as the first step.
You may find this hard to believe, but that is what the vast majorioty of new developers do all over the world; and I know because my instructional material sell in over 100 countries over the past 5 years.
Of course having bought the land, they then make the second major mistake of buying the land with the wrong kind of finance.
Both of these actions are very costly and a bad way to start off a development enterprise.
When they have bought land and have never developed anything before, their immediate question is "what do I do next?" They just don't know where to start.
While they are trying to find out, their incorrect finance is dragging money out of their pockets every month and so making the land more costly.
It's a nightmare.
So can you see that you have started the right way by coming to the only developer who actually teaches you "how to become a developer" in the world.
Because you have not made the mistakes I mentioned above, you are not under any money pressure and so are in a good state of mind to learn and study.
Now here is an important point!!
I don't know if you will enjoy and be good at real estate development. Neither do you.
But the only way and the cheapest way is to buy one of my 3 instructional e-books and study it and then make a decision.
I call that "making an informed decision."
"Residential Real Estate Development Made Easy" teaches you how to develop townhouses and apartment buildings.
"Commercial Real Estate Development Made Easy" teaches you how to develop office and retail buildings.
"Land Subdivision Development Made Easy" teaches you how to subdivide land as a housing or industrial estate development.
Hope this helps Karen