With inflation rising and inventories getting smaller, the competition is high across almost all types of markets. In this episode, let’s talk about why you need to set your limits and the importance of sticking to them in all kinds of deals. Find out more about our investing opportunities here www.vonfinch.com/invest
We’re back with another installment of Mindset Minutes. In this episode, we focus on the importance of setting your limits and knowing how to stick to them—especially in a highly competitive market that we’re currently operating in. Why? Because by knowing high you are willing to go, you will be better able to make smart investment decisions, bid only when you can, and know when to say ‘no’.
If you don’t know where your limit is or simply do not know when to pass on a deal, this is an episode you shouldn’t miss.
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Steven Pesavento has always been obsessed with understanding how we can think better, how we can be better and how we can do better. He is an active real estate investor who curates Commercial Real Estate Investments for clients.
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