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How Blake Hawkins Scaled His Real Estate Business to 6 Figures a Month in 4 Years

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In-depth research on any successful and six-figure real estate business can only be based on income and the company’s relationship with the people involved. However, these businesses’ methods of making money may be ethical or unethical. Successful real estate businesses frequently persuade sellers to deal cheaply and buyers to purchase extravagantly. On the other hand, Blake Hawkins and his firm take a different approach. The happiness of both the seller and the buyer is important to Freedom Hawk Home Buyers. Happy consumers have been the most crucial component of his company’s success, which explains how he has scaled up that fast.

How did Blake Hawkins successfully scale his business?

Scaling up a real estate business, especially to make a six-figure income in a short period, such as four years, requires dedication and exceptional customer service. This sector is as much about having a good real estate investment network as it is about the assets you invest in. Blake invested not only in the prominent properties but also in the sellers’ empathy which gave him leverage over contenders.

It is feasible for the proper employees and clients to take your company to the next level, even beyond what Blake Hawkins has perfected throughout the years. Fostering excellent relationships with sellers, buyers, and employees will allow one to scale the business in ways they never believed possible. Many sellers who sell their property out of hardship, urgency, or even necessity of financial needs obtain the opportunity to reinvest their remaining funds and become wealthy. These sellers rarely overlook Blake Hawkins and his team, so they acquire better properties from them and refer other sellers and buyers to Freedom Hawk Home Buyers.

The Scaling Up Secret of the Real Estate Business

Profit spending is a significant contributor to this type of business. Nothing beats the rush of completing a large real estate transaction. What people do with the gains, on the other hand, will decide how things play out in the company’s future. That is why it is critical to invest in areas that will help the real estate business thrive and scale. However, the ties one develops with sellers, buyers, and staff become the most valuable asset as a real estate investor.

Irrespective of your previous results, one must continue with the current marketing, networking, and lead creative efforts as Blake Hawkins did. With each deal one closes, make slight improvements. Remember, consistency is essential.

Bottomline

Any attempt to scale any real estate business should indeed be made at one’s own pace. However, one must allow processes and employees to grow with it. Sustainable success is impossible without the assistance of excellent employees and excellent client-seller relationships within the organization. Blake Hawkins is successful because he observed and learned an important fact: agents are more concerned with money than with service. As Blake Hawkins comprehends, operating a real estate company has become equivalent to running any other business; clients are the only key to success, something many real estate business owners are yet to learn and practice.

 

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