I’ve been asked by one reader to talk more about how the Jack Bosch Land Profit Generator training course applies to different types of people.  Well, that’s a pretty good question actually so I’ve given it some thought.  In previous posts I’ve said “don’t buy this product if you’re going to let it sit on your bookshelf and collect dust!”  That’s where you come in.  You have to ask yourself if you’re going to actually DO SOMETHING with the material.  I can tell you from personal experience that Jack Bosch’s land flipping training system works and you can check the “Show me the Money” post below for more details about my first deal, and in addition to that first one I have added two more sales…one I paid $5k for and sold for $22k cash and another I paid $3,700 and sold for $8,500 with owner-financing, and I work this business part time.

So, now let’s talk about what types of personalities this type of a business/system might be a good fit for….definitely people that enjoy computer work, administrative work, and working from home.   If you don’t like computers and/or office type work this might not be a good fit because you do your research online, like checking out property values through online websites, viewing aerial maps, checking taxes owed through county websites, etc.  And, you print and send letters, purchase agreements, and answer phone calls with both buyers & sellers (this part used to freak me out a bit but now I enjoy it).   If you’re an out-doorsy type person and would feel ‘cooped up’ doing this type of work this might not be the right fit for you personally; however, if the idea appeals to you and you enjoy real estate investing, maybe you could partner up with someone and divide responsibilities.  Everyone has to find their own comfort zone, and much of this business can be outsourced.  I have personally chosen to do most of the work myself with the exception of closing transactions and managing my own loans.  I use an escrow company to close my transactions as I don’t personally want to do that, and on the sales side, sometimes I use Realtors and sometimes I don’t.   And, rather than manage my own loans, I have outsourced that to a loan servicing company because I don’t want to do that either.

So, there you have it.  My own thoughts on who this business might be a good fit for.  Hope this helps, and as always feel free to comment/ask questions!

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