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  • Writer's pictureMarc Ebinger

Keeping the Balance in the Fast-Paced Real Estate World Through Limits

JMichael Jefford, an entrepreneur and real estate investor, talks about the limits set for accepting deals and how he maintains balance in the fast-paced world of real estate.


JMichael:

So usually we max out about 10 to 12 investors. We can't do any more than that. I'm not set up to do any more than 10 to 12 as long.


Keaton:

Is that hard to do? Is that hard to structure because when the deal comes through, it's you usually, you gotta move pretty quick. So is it hard to keep both of those in balance as, as far as having the right amount of investors for the right amount of deals that are coming through?


JMichael:

Yeah, I think that's like the catch of all business, right? If you have plenty of customers, but not enough products, you have plenty of products, but not enough customers. I think that's the dance that we play as entrepreneurs or business owners, right? VAs in the Philippines, there are tons of people over there that that can work, but then, and people over here that want it, but you're the middle man going, "Okay, I gotta get the clients to get these people, but I gotta get these people to get the clients".



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