Take Your Real Estate Business To The Next Level with Sharon Vornholt

What’s your real estate investing strategy? Do you invest in single-family homes? Multi-family? Commercial real estate? 

If you haven’t heard about Probate Investments, then give this episode a listen.

The world of real estate investing is so much more vast than you could imagine, with opportunities for everyone, regardless of their expertise.

Sharon Vornholt is best known as a marketing and branding expert for real estate investors, and for her expertise in probate investing.

She has helped hundreds of people refine their brand and create customized marketing plans that work no matter what their investing strategy is.

Sharon is also the creator of the Louisville Gal’s Real Estate Blog, the popular podcast Let’s Talk Real Estate Investing, and her signature course Probate Investing Simplified.

Today her passion is empowering and educating women who have an interest in real estate investing and in teaching other real estate investors how to succeed in this business.  

In this episode of the Rock Your Money, Rock Your Life, Sharon and I discuss why the most important aspect of any business is lead generation, how she developed a passion for wholesale real estate, and how her course has helped countless individuals find success.

What You’ll Learn from this Episode:

  • Why probate wholesaling is so lucrative
  • How covid is going to affect the probate market
  • How you can set yourself up for success in real estate
  • And much more!

If you don’t know how to generate leads, you don’t need to know how to negotiate or put fancy deals together.

Topics Covered:

00:00 – Intro to Sharon 

02:30 – Sharon’s passion

04:25 – Lead generation is key 

06:36 – Wholesale real estate

08:27 – Marketing and real estate

12:40 – Connect with Sharon 

14:20 – How will covid affect probates 

16:00 – Setting yourself up for success

Key Takeaways

“It’s not really who you know, it’s who knows you when it comes to real estate.”  Sharon Vornholt

“Change your thought process. Instead of thinking of negotiating or trying to get somebody to do something, go at it purely from a problem solving point of view and having a conversation.” Sharon Vornholt

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