Breaking it up into Small Action Steps

Henry Ford once said “nothing is particularly hard if you divide it up into small jobs”. That simple theory allowed him to create the American automobile industry via the invention of the assembly line. But you can also apply this concept to investing in real estate. We’re going to discuss the small steps of choosing the right niche, learning how it works, persistently looking for deals, and all the small steps which collectively add up to the big step of successfully buying a property. If you think it’s impossible to get into real estate, you’re wrong. You just have to break it up into small action steps.

By Frank Rolfe

Frank Rolfe has been a commercial real estate investor for almost three decades, and currently holds nearly $1 billion of properties in 25 states. His books and courses on commercial property acquisitions and management are among the top-selling in the industry.