Mon, 27 April 2020
What’s the #1 mistake syndicators make in building an online platform? Many put the cart before the horse and promote their business BEFORE the site is ready. They don’t provide a compelling reason to GO to their platform, and they have no way of capturing a visitor’s information once they get there. So, what can you do to score a lead’s email address and grow a substantial list of potential investors?
Monick Halm is the creator of Real Estate Investor Goddesses, a platform designed to help 1M women achieve financial freedom through real estate investing. To date, she has built an audience of more than 10K potential multifamily investors! Monique has 14 years of experience as an investor, syndicator and developer, building wealth through apartment buildings, mobile home parks, vacation rentals and ground-up development. Together with her husband and community of investors, she owns 1,300-plus units across 5 states.
On this episode of the podcast, Monick joins me to explain what keeps women on the sidelines of multifamily investing and how she is getting more women involved through Real Estate Investor Goddesses. She shares her process for raising money for a deal through the platform, discussing why it’s crucial to capture each visitor’s email address and what she does to drive traffic to the site. Listen in for Monick’s insight on getting educated on multifamily during this unique moment in time and learn what she did to build a list of 10K in a very short period!
Monick’s background in the multifamily space
What keeps women from getting involved in real estate
How to get more women involved in real estate investing
What inspired Monick to build the REI Goddesses platform
Who Monick attracts through her platform
The process of raising money for deals with a platform
How Monick went about building REI Goddesses
Why it’s crucial to capture a site visitor’s email address
How Monick justifies a significant investment in paid traffic
Monick’s approach to marketing her platform
Monick’s advice on navigating the Coronavirus crisis
Connect with Monick Halm