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The ‘Can’t Commit’ is an even more frustrating Property Investor type

13th Oct 2016

The ‘Can’t Commit’ is an even more frustrating Property Investor type

LESSON 047 – 101 LESSONS

The property investor have the funds available, they have expressed serious interest in working with you, perhaps almost committed to a deal to the point you think that they are in. However, when it comes down to it, they cannot commit, cannot take the leap of faith, even though they know it is a good deal.

This type of property Investor is frustrating to work with, as they waste your time and more importantly, you can see that through being unable to commit, they waste valuable opportunities for themselves, to develop their own wealth. The best way to deal with these investors is to screen them out by instigating a ‘pay barrier’ which forces those who are willing to commit to stand up and be counted. This is one reason Sourcing Companies require a reservation fee to be paid to secure a deal – it allows those prepared to commit to self identify.

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