A Five Step Commercial Property Investor Network Plan

Five steps is all you need to take to get started building a Commercial Property Investor Network! If you haven’t already started the process of developing a network to fund your commercial property acquisitions begin at the beginning. Use the following information to your advantage. Subscribe to my website and learn more about creating an investor network online. Learn, go, get started. Once you begin, you can rearrange how you do, add, or even delete things that are ineffective. It is essential that you begin the process if you are looking for results.

Here is my five step plan:

1. If you do not know how to write HTML (and most people getting started online today do not) there are plenty of good site builder type programs out there that literally allow you to type in what you want to appear online, click once or twice, and you are online. You must have your own web site. Not a free site with advertising and pop-ups and everything else that comes with free. You must have your very own web site, where you control all the content. You must also be able to look at web traffic statistics to know what is working when and how. Try WordPress as a website platform. It will allow you to add content as you go without having to rely on a webmaster.

2. Give, give, give. You must give your investors information first, then they will understand your business plan. Investors do not invest blind. Create a lead collection system on your web site. Use an auto responder to send these leads a welcome message and a series of ‘get to know you’ messages in the days following. Treat these leads like the gold that they are while you continue to develop a long term relationship with your list of investors. Teach them what you know about acquiring commercial property. Send them useful information, and they in turn, will invest if your plan meets their investment criteria. Know that this is a win-win relationship.

3. Write articles and submit them to the various article directories. Directories promote articles for free, because they sell advertisements and the readers who click through to my site are already pre-qualified. Link to commercial real estate blogs and add comments to blogs that link to your site. Once you have a lead collection system in place, you must continue to send traffic to your site. Pay per click campaigns, or PPC’s include Overture, AdSense, or MSN’s new one. You basically bid an amount each time someone clicks on your site. You can buy banner ads or other targeted ads. The key with those is to expect low returns by sending large amounts of traffic to your site.

4. If potential investors agree with your commercial property acquisition strategy they will invest. If they do not receive the return on investment you promise you will lose investors. It is that simple. After you begin developing a list, you must develop a relationship with the people on the list. Send them useful information, not send sales messages. Make sure your site provides useful industry information and a link to your site.

5. Assuming that you have an identified niche market (eg. multifamily, hospitality, recreation, office, or industrial) consider working with a niche that has a proven history of return on investment. You participate in a syndication by charging fees for finding and structuring the deal. When an investor from your network invests in one of your deals you are on your way to an building ongoing relationship based on performance based trust.

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Private Placements Group shares investing secrets and teaches coaches, consultants, and new investment business owners how to package their investment. Richard Sorrentino ATR, is an expert at using articles like this to drive traffic to investment network websites. He says, ” Using investment strategies, I learned, I contributed to closing on a $150 million in portfolio transactions. So can you.”

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