Reverse Engineered Investing: Always Start With the End In Mind

What Is Reverse Engineered Investing?

When I first started investing I was always told that if you find
the deals, the buyers will come. And although that rang true
(sometimes), I found that whenever I started with the end in mind I
was able to do deals much faster and easier.

This is because I used a simple method that I've coined called REI.
And I've been using this method for over 8 years now. It works
all the time, whether I'm involved in private owned residential
properties, REOs, probate deals, fire damaged properties,
commercial properties, multi unit properties, etc…

It doesn't matter. My REI method simply works.

Here's what REI means:

R- Reverse
E- Engineered
I- Investing

Basically, what you would do is reverse engineer your deals in
order to make money. And I want to prove to you that YOU can use
this method in order to make it work as well.

This week I will be sharing some videos from a deal that I closed 2
weeks ago. I've decided to walk you through this particular deal
from start to finish so that you can see how simple it really is to
make the REI system work.

You can watch the first video here >>>

I want to see you win… so be sure to leave a comment below the
video so that I can know what's on your mind.

Now go and take action!

~ Jamel

2 thoughts on “Reverse Engineered Investing: Always Start With the End In Mind

  1. Jamel,
    Thank you for your in debt & informative investment advice.
    The REI is pure genius! My apologies if my question if off REI topic.

    I have recently started investing & HUD homes. I currently have won 4 HUD property bids in Florida but find it extremely difficult working with real estate agents. Are there any ethical issues when asking agents to allow me to do an OPEN HOUSE. Several agents told me that because closed and taken title to the house that they are unable to provide any assistance with the OPEN HOUSE. thank you in advance & I appreciate any suggestions comments or feedback

  2. TYPO: …haven’t closed & taken title…

    I have recently started investing & HUD homes. I currently have won 4 HUD property bids in Florida but find it extremely difficult working with real estate agents. Are there any ethical issues when asking agents to allow me to do an OPEN HOUSE. Several agents told me that because I haven’t closed and taken title to the house that they are unable to provide any assistance with the OPEN HOUSE. Even unlocking the house to allow me the do the OPEN HOUSE is being met with reject.
    Thank you in advance & I appreciate any suggestions, comments or feedback

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