5 Questions For An Aspiring Real Estate Investor & High-Ticket Closer™

5 Questions For An Aspiring Real Estate Investor & High-Ticket Closer™

In Assorted, Real Estate, Sales, Selling Yourself by Chad FahlmanLeave a Comment

You can sell Simon the Brooklyn Bridge.

Among other things. Simon Seog and I connected by roleplaying absurd sales calls. And I do mean roleplay! You may purchase a chicken franchise from Gustavo Fring on 1 call and close Ant-Man the next on a biz opp.

But Simon didn’t enroll in Dan Lok’s High-Ticket Closer™ Certification Program to fulfill an adolescent fantasy. No, he was already gazing doe-eyed at Real Estate. I asked Simon if there’s room in his heart for both.

Read on to learn how Simon resolves this Betty/Veronica-type conundrum:

1) How did you get into High-Ticket Closing and Real Estate?

My realtor and friend Gary Wong started telling me about his mentor, Dan Lok. At first, I didn’t think anything of it, but then I started to watch some of his videos. And then in 2018, Gary kept telling me to sign up for HTC.

From what I knew of HTC, it was about closing, and at the time, with my job as a chef, I didn’t think it would ever apply to me. But then he explained that I should take it for the mindset training.

I had a terrible attitude. I was pessimistic, a constant complainer, and close minded. But then I did a lot of thinking and made the decision to sign up!

As for Real Estate, I also got into that through Gary. My family’s owned Real Estate for years – and they’ve done very well for themselves – but they were focused on appreciation, not cash-flow. Gary opened me up to the idea of investing in property. At 1st, I didn’t think it would be possible. Properties in Vancouver are very expensive!

I also met Peter Leung, a global Real Estate Investor, by attending an event held by Gary, which further opened my mind to the possibility of making money through Real Estate. And then finally, my sister brought me along to workshop held by Elite Legacy Education, and we started to invest in the training programs offered by them.

We’re expecting to close our 1st deal by the end of Summer, if not sooner!

Gary Wong
“If I were to die and I had a child, I would leave them with Gary ’cause I trust him that much.” – Simon Seog

2) What are your Real Estate goals and what is the crossover?

To have at least 1,000 properties cash-flowing a minimum $100 within 10 years.

I can use HTC when dealing with people and businesses. The training I received from Dan Lok allows me to read people and understand if there’s an opportunity for us to do business together. Also, I plan to make my income from closing so that I have more time to find Real Estate deals.

3) If you had a magic wand, what would you change about British Columbia’s market?

That’s a very loaded question! Firstly, who do I want to benefit? For me, I’d…

  1. Appreciate the market by 50%,
  2. Sell my property,
  3. Depreciate it by 500%,
  4. And buy another property in the span of 1 quarter!

But assuming I would change the market to help others, I would use my magic wand to cut the red tape and regulations and allow developers to build faster so that we could increase the supply of condos and allow for more people to rent out their properties.

4) How is Real Estate different from closing other High-Ticket products?

At the end of the day, a good High-Ticket Closer™ should be able to close just about anything after being briefed on the product/service. I’m able to close a digital marketing service as well as a training program!

Selling a home isn’t much different. I can’t really say too much about how I would go about it because that would be spoiling HTC. 😉

5) What advice would you give anyone considering Real Estate or Dan Lok’s High-Ticket Closer™ Certification Program?

Have a strong why, your reason for doing this.

There are going to be hard times and your why will keep you going. That’s why Dwayne Johnson’s production company is called “7 Bucks”, because his why is the time he got cut from the Canadian Football League and only had $7 in his pocket.

The other piece of advice is that you need to give it everything! “You get out what you put in.” Don’t put in a dime hoping for a $20 bill. And don’t expect to be spoon fed either!

Bonus 6) You’ve invested quite a bit into your business education. What would you say to people who are hesitant?

If you haven’t figured out how to get to where you want by yourself, you need help getting there! Investing in yourself helps you grow into the person you want to be.

I’m better as a Closer because I invested in HTC, in a mentor. I’m more knowledgeable as a Real Estate Investor because I’ve invested in these courses that have taught me various strategies and how to implement them.

Maybe you think whatever you’re looking into is a scam, or maybe you’re afraid it may not be worth the money. You have to do your own research and make a decision.

Conclusion

You must close yourself before you can close others. That begins in the mind. High-Ticket Closing is a tool to help opportunity-seeking Real Estate Investors and enthusiasts funding their endeavor.

Simon encourages you to ask him questions on Facebook & LinkedIn.

And if you’re considering Dan Lok’s High-Ticket Closer™ Certification Program, click the big gold button to schedule a 15-minute conversation with yours truly. I don’t drop affiliate links without making sure it’s a fit.

What did you learn from this Q&A? Post it in the comments below.

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