We’ve built a successful real estate investing business by constantly knocking on seller’s doors and asking Pete Fortunato’s famous question: Why are you selling such a nice house like this?
Remember: The BEST way to find great deals is to meet face to face with sellers and help them solve their real estate problems.
We knock on seller’s doors because it’s – BY FAR – the most effective, affordable and quickest way to get face to face with a seller.
Today, let’s discuss what to say and do after knocking on the seller’s door. One thing: There’s a lot in this world I know nothing about – but knocking on doors isn’t one of them! I was a door-to-door salesman and sold Electrolux vacuums from ages 18 to 36. Since 1995, I’ve knocked on homeowners’ doors who are trying to sell their houses. With 34 years of door-knocking experience, I know what I’m talking about.
When working my area – a 5-mile circle around the Cartersville, Georgia Wal-Mart – if I see a house with a For Sale or For Rent sign in the yard – whether it’s a realtor’s sign or a For Sale By Owner sign – I pull into the driveway, get out of my car and…