September 6

This One Gives Me the Creeps


Have you ever seen the 1986 horror classic “The Fly” staring Jeffery Goldblum? I’ve gotta tell you, that movie creeped me out when I was a kid.

At one point in the movie, Geena Davis delivers one of the most classic lines in movie history. At a pivotal moment, she says, “Be afraid. Be very afraid.”

Fear can have a powerful influence over our lives – especially over our success. It can motivate us to do unthinkable things, but it can also hold us back from achieving the goals and success you deserve.

It’s no secret the real estate market is in a weird place. We’re really at one of those pivotal moments.

And it seems to me that real estate investors have unknowingly gathered into two camps.

On one hand, you have those who are watching the market carefully and are being very cautious about what they purchase and are even passing up on a lot of properties because of the fear of the upcoming market correction. As a result, they are not buying anything.

On the other hand, you have a second group who is moving forward trying to purchase but are getting almost no results because they are being overbid or, for a variety of other reasons, are unable to close the deal.

Whether you’re part of camp one or camp two, the result is usually the same – no deal.

There is a lot of fear out in the marketplace that prevents people from buying.

• Fear of the market.
• Fear of somebody else winning that property over them.
• Fear of saying, the wrong thing in a conversation with the seller.
• Fear of submitting the wrong offer to the seller.

So the real problem we have is fear and that has paralyzed a lot of would-be buyers.

Real estate investing is one of the most amazing careers in the world. I’ve been doing it for over 20 years and it has provided me with the finances and freedom to pretty much do whatever I want.

So many people jump into this business with huge dreams but quickly get burnt out working long hours with little or no success. And those who are able to make some money are forced to close an insane number of deals month after month after month because the margins are so thin.

This is why I work probate real estate. Huge margin deals even in a tight market like we’re in right now. You can work a lot less because you don’t have to close tons of deals in order to make serious money. Plus you get to help families who desperately need your help.

So does this mean there is nothing to fear when it comes to the probate niche? Not exactly. Fear creates self-limiting beliefs that prevent most people from finding true success in probate.

But if you want to overcome that fear and learn the system I use to find and close deal after deal in the blue ocean niche of probate, now is the time. After all, there’s no time like the present.

To your success,
Ernie “Fearless” Vargas | The Probate Fox


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