Driving For Dollars

I remember when I was 16 and I got my driver’s license. I LOVED driving. I was always looking for excuses to go somewhere, just because I wanted to drive.

And then, slowly, that passion faded away and driving became just another chore. Running errands was just running errands.

But now, in this world of shelter-in-place, I find myself getting excited when I have to go out to run an errand. Getting in the car and driving somewhere has become a bit of an exciting event I my life in the current situation we find ourselves in.

One of the perks of what we do is that it can be done from home. A lot of real estate strategies require driving to sites, assessment rehabs, taking tours of homes…

And there are a lot of guys out there who make “driving for dollars” a part of their weekly routines. They drive around looking for homes that could be good candidates for wholesaling a fix & flips.

I guess being locked in at home makes driving for dollars more appealing to me.

But the fact that I don’t need to live in the markets that I am targeting is a huge benefit. It allows me to target markets in other states. There are no boundaries. And that’s a beautiful thing. I can still go full steam ahead, despite the crazy quarantine!

If you’d like to get more information on what it is we do, check out our presentation video here: https://shrtlnk.co/KuwiM

Have a great and safe week!

Posted by Cody Bjugan - VESTRIGHT on Tuesday, April 28, 2020

I remember when I was 16 and I got my driver’s license. I LOVED driving. I was always looking for excuses to go somewhere, just because I wanted to drive.

And then, slowly, that passion faded away and driving became just another chore. Running errands was just running errands.

But now, in this world of shelter-in-place, I find myself getting excited when I have to go out to run an errand. Getting in the car and driving somewhere has become a bit of an exciting event I my life in the current situation we find ourselves in.

One of the perks of what we do is that it can be done from home. A lot of real estate strategies require driving to sites, assessment rehabs, taking tours of homes…

And there are a lot of guys out there who make “driving for dollars” a part of their weekly routines. They drive around looking for homes that could be good candidates for wholesaling a fix & flips.

I guess being locked in at home makes driving for dollars more appealing to me.

But the fact that I don’t need to live in the markets that I am targeting is a huge benefit. It allows me to target markets in other states. There are no boundaries. And that’s a beautiful thing. I can still go full steam ahead, despite the crazy quarantine!

If you’d like to get more information on what it is we do, check out our presentation video here: vestright.com/action

Have a great and safe week!

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