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Make sure the business deal is a good one. Don’t waste your time or theirs by approaching them without a business plan or having done your due diligence. You often only have one shot to impress a private investor so don’t go into the meeting unprepared. Be confident but take any critique they offer to heart. They may help you by giving you solid insight into why you should not go forward with the plan you presented them or at least show you where your plan is weak. Listen carefully and take notes on what is said if the person declines to invest. You can tweak your business plan for the next potential investor. Or maybe the investor will say that you should fix the plan and come see them again.

For example, if you asked a successful realty agent who their best clients are, they would say someone who is renting but looking to buy, or a homeowner who wants to sell. That makes sense, but it’s too ambiguous. The next logical question would be “What is your primary source of income?” The answer: Listings – a realty agent’s best prospect is someone who wants to sell their home, because that’s where the money is.

Let’s say that you have $100,000 and you get the highest IRA CD rates. After five years, you would have $125,230 and change. If you bought a house with that money and resold it for a modest $10,000 profit, you would have a 10% return on your investment. Already, that’s more than double the rate of return.

Spread the word. Sometimes the best place to look for a potential buyer is among relatives, friends, co-workers, and neighbors. These people are the ones who know your property because they are familiar with it. Chances are, there are some of them who might be interested.