Who wins when a real estate investor and a real estate contractor don't see eye to eye?
“You’ll get paid at the end!” vs “You’ll pay me a deposit or I walk!”
Watch REI Roundtable Episode 9 to find out.
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On this episode we brought expert real estate investor, JoAnna Anderson, face to face with veteran contractor, Chris Hansen, to talk about a very sensitive subject:
What happens when an investor and a contractor don’t see eye to eye?
Our expert guests reveal…
- Smooth Operator: Here’s how to easily manage all the different on-site personalities when you’re dealing with crucial deadlines (and sensitive egos.)
- Pre-habbing? How this real estate investor cherry picks the very best contractors to avoid botched work and expensive rehires.
- Beggars or Choosers? How an in-demand contractor chooses which investors to work with and which ones to completely avoid. << Huge insight.
- The Contractor’s Contractor: Who’s ultimately responsible when subcontractors create problems or delay the deadline? << Real Estate Investors! Don’t want to miss this one.
- Who Pays First? When a contractor gives you a number for a downpayment, do you pay up front? Our expert real estate investor says…
- Work Without Pay? Should you ever start a job without a down payment? Our expert contractor says…
- The Home Stretch: A strategic way to make sure work does not slow down during the last 10% of the job. Hint: you’ll want to steal “The Punch List” strategy for your own business…
- And much, much more…
Whatever your current experience level, this special episode will grant you key insights that will save you a fortune and help you make business decisions that will lead to more deals and bigger pay days.
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