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Concentric Circle Marketing

  1. Pick a Target City (TC)
  2. Identify your Target Property Criteria (TPC)
  3. Identify your Target Property Owners (TPO)
  4. Contact your TPOs
  5. Evaluate the interested TPO properties
  6. Figure out how to solve the TPO’s problem
  7. Make offers on all of them
  8. Cherry-pick and close on the properties you want to hold or flip
  9. Wholesale the rest of your property inventory to your Buyer’s List
  10. Do it again…and again…and again.

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Dad, Husband, Coach, ‘Nova BBall fanatic w/an addiction to real estate. Founder @ Clark St Holdings & Co-Host of The Real Estate Underground podcast.

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Dad, Husband, Coach, ‘Nova BBall fanatic w/an addiction to real estate. Founder @ Clark St Holdings & Co-Host of The Real Estate Underground podcast.

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