Making Money Through Rentals – STEP BY STEP PROCESS Posted on August 26, 2019 chicago hotels dallas hotels hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels Making money private jet Process rental property rentals Step travel travel vlog vacation 37 thoughts on “Making Money Through Rentals – STEP BY STEP PROCESS” If you’re an agent whose looking to explode your lead generation, download my free PDF of “50 Ways to Lead Generate”. You can get it for free at http://bit.ly/2DElkG7Reply thank you for this information…I recently passed my Illinois Leasing Agent exam and signed on to be a part-time Leasing Agent with a Realty firm…these are some great gems you are dropping and look forward to more of your videos to help me be successful in this industryReply Hey chastin i love this ik dea im new to the real estate world im wondering what program do by i use to actually see what the different commission structures are for different communities is this part of the mls system or a different program all togetherReply Chastin don't I have to get permission first from my broker before opening this stream of business= since they have my license?Reply Who’s your broker? I just passed my exams today and I’m ready to get goingReply Hi Chastin,Thank you so much this wealth of knowledge. How can I find out what Apartment Communities pay Realtors for finding them leads? Is there any websites or I should just call and find out?Reply Mr. Miles,I’m really interested in your rental boss course. I’ve been licensed agent for two years now with only one sale🤷🏽♀️. I have a full time job and I’m a student so I keep my license on active status just in case I luck up on a client. The problem is, I pay $80 a month for my broker to hold my license and I’ve been told to not fool with leases by this brokerage, but I need to make some $$ and I do love your videos!!. Do I actually need a broker to continue holding my license if I become a leading agent…I’m tired of the fees and I know they’ll take a big cute of my rental commission if I decided to move forward ??? What should I do??Reply Question? How do the apartments or home leases agree to pay you or do the renters pay you ?Reply Doesnt the broker get a cut?Reply Hi Chastin, you said it’s a good idea for new real estate agents to start renting properties. My question is can a new real estate agent rent properties before becoming a broker? here in Arizona people should work as agents for several years before they will be able to become brokers.Reply 🙌 As always Chastin great content and ideas! The greatest value to me is the correct path to working as a #SmartAgent#WorkSmarterNotHarderThank-you, thank-you & thank-you again 😊#BuildingALifeWorthLiving#Realtor#LivingTheDreamReply what website did you use to find out which apartments give realtor referrals?Reply One question.. is this a pretty common exchange between the apartment complexes and rental agents ? I guess I’m asking, are the agents finding renters for complexes a common thing ?Reply Great video . I really enjoyed this . I’m getting into real estate very soon, so I’m trying to learn abs gather as much info I canReply Do you recommend clients sign an agency agreement form just like as if they were home buyers ?Reply Money is money. Thanks for the vidReply Chastin thank you for opening my eyes to this side of the Real estate business!👍 I'm going to look further into it!Reply Wow Chastin, thank you sooo much for all of your incredibly helpful information. I’m saving up right now to take an online class to be an agent in Dallas! I’m so excited to get started!Reply New agent 1 month update on my channel now!Reply Hi Chastin, how do I know which apartment complexes are willing to compensate realtors. ?? There’s very low rental inventory in my area and I have a list of clients ready to rent (not buy yet) now!Reply Do you have any information about pre-qualifying? I tend to find that living in NYC there are a lot of inquiries for apartments people can't even afford…Reply would you consider real estate for someone who actually speak 60% English? but i would only stay in the rental field because selling it's more complicated.Reply Thank you so much I was scared about getting into real estate because of the money coming in at first, you really made me feel like it’s all possible! Thank you for making this video and KUDOS!!Reply I'm a new subbie and I'm sooo glad I found you !!! Your videos have been really helpful&inspiring I take my test Saturday 🙂 ! Quick question do you have a license/practice in any other states?Reply How do you look for apartments that will pay and how do you contact them.Reply Do I have to have a real estate license to do this?Reply Didn’t even think of these options! Great way to get started, Golden nuggetsReply Where can you find what commissions certain complexes will pay? I'm a new realtor in the Austin area.Reply I am opening a Real estate firm in Houston Texas I would love to meet with you when I come in town! 😉 [email protected]gmail.comReply Please Please PLEASE hide your account number 😩😩🙏🏾Reply New subscriber, definitely soon to be realtor…"Are you kidding me???" What a wealth of information! I'm in the Dallas area (originally from South Dallas so I appreciated your video about being broke). We need to link up hopefully soon (respectfully understanding your tedious schedule), I'm all about empowerment and empowering others and appreciate what you do that much more. Thanks for the inspiration and much needed motivation my brother, this video was/is truly priceless!Reply Is there a software or website that's included in this course that tells us which apartments (in our area) will pay commissions to bring rentals? Also what exactly is this tangible thing of value are u referring to (example)that we need to offer potential renters to get them to work with us???Reply my problem is providing something of value will you be doing a video on that or how can I get more info?Reply The system where you see this information for the commission, do all brokers have access to the system or it a system that you personally subscribe to? Should I ask the broker if they have access to a system that shows leasing commissions or is this a standard?Reply Hi Chastin,This is very informative and impressive. I am a new owner of rental properties and planning to be a full time real estate investor. Your videos are so encouragingReply How do you know which apartments will pay brokers for bringing a client to rent?Reply Can someone explain to me why someone would use a real estate agent to find an apartment? Also how does the agent add value to someone looking to least ?Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.