If yes, then this training program is for you. It’s not like a typical real estate training program just packaged differently. It’s about an innovation in real estate, innovation that will benefit home sellers, investors & even realtors
It’s about sharing profit & earning more than that of traditional house flipping where one has to loose in order for other to profit
Degree programs are often made up of smaller units of learning called courses. Some courses are offered online, which can allow students from anywhere to participate. Often an online course has a flexible schedule, so you may complete this type of program in a few weeks or a year. The Invest Out training classes are designed to provide the student with a strong understanding of how the process works. These online video lessons Will guide the student through each phase of the process from Partner to Renovate, Sell to the eventual Share of the partnership.
As the Invest Out process prepares to launch our Representative Model, it’s important that interested independent agents understand the merits of the lessons that how they prepare the students to be effective agents as they manage their territories, identify new opportunities and service the homeowner who sign up into the portal.
Whether the student has the desire to simply engage in investing and grow their own businesses or become an agent and profit by getting business from given territories, the options are theirs and Invest Out enables them.Read more
1. Why should I take this class?
2. Who is the class designed for?
Partner Up is designed for everyone who’s connected to the property being offered: Property owners, investors, Realtors®. The benefits extend across all of the parties involved in the deal. The homeowner can get top dollar for their home, investors can avoid the short term ownership of the home while Realtors® can make considerably more from the increased value of the home.
3. Partnering seems obvious. What value does the training offer?
Investors have been partnering with homeowners since the 1980 and the PBS This Old House home renovation show. The challenge however is that while investors routinely Fix and Flip, very few seek out Partnering opportunities as an investment strategy.
4. How can I tell if the deal is a good deal?
The course will teach you this. Invest Out believes the best way to show the value of an investment is by using the same KPIs that are used on all other investment types. As a student of Invest Out you will also receive the deal analyzer which is an easy to use Excel Spreadsheet based dashboard designed present the Return on Investment as well as the Risk Reward ratio to compare the options of a Fix and Flip to a Partner Up investment.
5. How do I get my share of the profits?
Within the Invest Out business model, representatives of invest out partner with the sellers and investors in support of achieving a successful renovation. We facilitate the inspection of the property, the signing of all documents, we secure the property for the investor's protection and show up at the closing to perform the transfer of the property from the seller to the buyer. This means that the capital investment and profits due to the investor will be transferred from the buyer directly to the investor at that time of closing.
6. How do I know the property will be renovated in a tasteful, saleable manner that'll create maximum value.
The homeowner/ property seller will be the person who selects from the submitted proposals, the designs that best align with their view of what the renovation should entail. Some proposals will be more limited and very simple while others may be more detailed, comprehensive and involve multiple steps and changes. Those types of renovations will also be more costly but should also produce a more significant return on the investment. The sellers don't develop the renovation plan; the investors will do that. The seller simply picks the vision of the investor that best aligns with what they believe is possible with the property. Once the investor is selected, and the work is performed, that's it. As long as the work performed is in line the proposed plan, the investor has satisfied their obligation. This is also how the seller knows that the property will be renovated to create the maximum value because the seller signed off on the renovation.
7. As a homeowner can I use a realtor to sell my home?
As a seller, we suggest that you use a realtor to assist in selling the home especially considering the speed at which the sale occurs directly affects you as the seller but even more so, the investor. According to the National Association of REALTORS®, in a 2014 report (2014 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, National Association of REALTORS®), "For Sale By Owners typically have a lower median selling price: $208,700 compared to $235,000. Thus the average agent-assisted home sale typically has a 13% higher sales price than the typical FSBO sale". When you combine this increase in median sale price with the additional profits that can be achieved through an Invest Out renovation, we believe that it's in both of your interest to engage a realtor in the sale. If the challenge is with the commission that would have to be paid to the realtor(s), discuss with the investor and try to negotiate a division of the profits that consider the commissions, one to which both of you can agree.
8. What if we can’t agree on the completion of the home? Does the course speak to this?