Investors are always looking for a lead source with low competition, and low running costs – senior living is that lead source. If you do it right, it can be the arrow in your quiver that you can use for the next 20 years.
Better yet, senior living is a channel that allows us to make an impact, and solve the pain points of a community that needs it most.
What makes this investing niche so great? How can you get started? In this episode, I’m joined by entrepreneur, speaker, coach and CEO of Mom’s House, Phillip Vincent. We talk about investing in the senior living niche, and how to get started.
The senior living niche is the best lead source if you do it the right way. You can have a business that comes to you, you won’t have to chase leads anymore.
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Three Things You’ll Learn In This Episode
What makes senior living such a great lead source
How can you generate senior living leads without paying for marketing?
How to approach prospects in this niche
Why will you struggle if you approach senior living leads as an investor, or even as a real estate agent?
The most important part of the senior living lead source
The people who win in the senior living niche actually have a heart for the people they are buying from. How do you know that this niche is right for you?
Phillip Vincent is an entrepreneur, speaker, coach and CEO at Mom’s House, the nation’s largest senior home buyer network. Mom’s house is the largest home buyer network for seniors in transition. They help families solve one of their biggest challenges in the journey to senior care by offering an easier, less stressful way to sell mom’s (or dad’s) house without cleaning it up, cleaning it out or paying Realtor fees.
For more information, visithttps://momshouse.com.
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