Our Process When Sending Offers To Agents | Capital Rise Investments

Our Process When Sending Offers To Agents | Capital Rise Investments
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Raul: Hello everyone. Raul here. Capital Rise RB Financial. Today I’m talking to my agents. My real estate agents with some good deals out there. Number one, we love you. One of our missions this year is to make agents $1,000.00 a day, $365,000.00 this year. I want to make agents or an agent or whatever, because we always give commissions to our agents. A lot of the time we’ll give our commission to our agents if it’s a good deal.

Let me just run you through our process real quick and I want to be really honest and up front with you. Some of you guys might like it, some of you guys might not, whatever. Some of you guys might some of you guys might not, however, at the end of the day, we do close a lot of deals one way or the other. We can definitely help you or not help you, but we can close some deals with you.

Alright, lets get popping. Step one. We’re going to take you this as a step process. One of our agents sends you an offer. One of our agents here in the office they’ll be like, “This is a good one.” And then they’ll send you an offer. Usually from the computer, they’ll usually send you an email, call, text, whatever’s easiest for you. We’ll send you an offer. If we send you an offer … we’re not one of those people that have a machine or something that just like automatically sends a bunch of offers. That’s not how we do things. We actually do it like we send the offer and if we have an idea that we’re going to close on that thing. I’ve spoke in previous videos that I really focus on getting a lot more money behind us to actually close on these things because I don’t want to waste your time anymore. I’m tired of people wasting our time. I’m tired of wasting agents time like, “Hey, let’s get it under contract and then not close.” It’s not fun for you it’s not fun for me not fun for the agent. It just sucks, okay.

We focus a lot of attention on getting a lot of money. We got that.

Two, you review and accept. Right. This is you speaking to your seller or you speaking to the seller. I didn’t want to discriminate boys and girls or men and female, so I put little bit of both. I understand you have a seller. I understand you represent a bank. I understand you have Mrs. Jones a homeowner, I understand that. We’re to kind of help you, if there’s anything that we can give to you to make the offer look better, make the process easier let us know. We’ll usually send proof of funds and all that in our package, and we even have a package showing all the deals we’ve closed last year and all the deals we’ve closed this year, which is over a hundred. So I think you guys would like that and it’s nice to show your seller, like, “Hey listen this offer might be a little bit lower because it’s cash, but look at the records.” They’ve closed a bunch of deals, it’ll make you look good that you’re bringing them a good buyer and it’ll make us look good, that offer might look pretty good.

We’re on the same team here and I want you guys to earn your commission I really do, I really do. Without you guys, I don’t have much of a business so this is really important for me. It’s near and dear to my heart, okay? [inaudible 00:03:11] next, we put deposit. The answer is yes, we put deposits. That’s the reason I think we’ve been in business for a long time doing a lot of deals. We actually put our money where our mouth is believe it or not. So that’s pretty cool okay? We actually put our money where our mouth is and we’ll give you an escrow letter, we’ll send it to the title company whatever you need. Obviously as long as it goes through our process and we know it’s … if we made you an offer, there’s a really high chance we’re going to close unless there’s like any foundation issues or any violations or something crazy. So you just, we’ll put deposits like the contract says. We put deposits and then last step, so this is how we put in the deposit.

Last step is we close or resale. I put we close because even if you resell we’re going to close. Even if we do resell, I never put that we are like out of liability. There’s a thing on the contract that says you can assign, but be released from liability, we don’t do that. We’re always in liability because I want to close a deal and I want to make sure I don’t lose my word with you guys. So then there’s [inaudible 00:04:21] deal. There’s a agent with a check, pretty funny, now it’s wires or whatever. Then there’s the, these are ugly stick figures, I should’ve redone them. Sometimes I want to be an artist of stick figures, but it’s pretty hard okay.

Anyways I got the wire is what the agent’s saying because usually a title company will send a wire. Nowadays there’s not much check … So [inaudible 00:04:49] story here is guys if you see any of these companies, RB Financial Holdings, they [inaudible 00:04:53] be RB Financial Holdings or we’re using another one now, but … have a little bit of faith in us. I know that investors kind of have a rough … they’re rough around the edges or whatever, yeah we do have to make money and we’ve got to make sure that we run the business, but we do have a lot of credibility and we definitely want to work with you. We want you to earn commission, we want you to even earn more commission if the deal’s good. We’ll be willing to buy over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again. Thank you guys for taking the time to watch the video, and we’ll put a [inaudible 00:05:33] link if you want to speak to me or if you want to hear more about what we’re buying and all this stuff.

Just shoot us an email or call me, or, and subscribe, like, thumb up, thumb down, comment, poke it, double tap it. I can’t think of anymore, but alright guys thank you and hopefully we’ll do some business soon.

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