Something really cool happens when you network. You start doing more deals in real estate! Before you know it you’ll need a team to help you manage things.
Sure, you could keep wearing all the many different hats as you try to do all the daily tasks yourself, but why would you? Gathering a team to help you get to your goals is far more productive!
Wondering how you’ll find that dream team You’re ALWAYS keeping your eye out for people to add to your team.
As a networking organization specifically for women interested in real estate investing and learning different strategies to create a good passive income for themselves, WREN does its best to spread the message that women powerful allies in business… especially when it comes to real estate investing!!
In a likeminded group where we all meet up to share ideas and get our questions about real estate investing answered, we pack a powerful punch. I’m so proud to be able to share my journey, my story and my knowledge with other women in and out of WREN that I can’t stop smiling most days. That brings us back to the importance of networking.
That’s why you should attend WREN events, local REI events and of course WREN’s IgniteYour Fire Within Event will put you in direct line with likeminded people who would be great on your team.
If you would like to attend Ignite Your Fire Within: Click here
If you are ready to do some networking here are 5 important tips:
1. If you want long, sustaining relationships, you need to be in the relationship business – not the transaction business. This means you go into relationships being genuinely helpful.
2. Time is not money. I’ve never woken up in the morning and next to an alarm clock was a pile of money. The truth is relationships are money. Money is found within relationships. Connections to jobs and opportunities are all done through other individuals.
3.Go into the relationship being a giver, not a taker.
4. Don’t expect anything to be given to you without creating value first. Never feel entitled to anything unless you create value for somebody first.
5. Whenever you connect with anyone of value, ask yourself: “How can I add value to this
Now get out there… go on!