Your real estate investment business plan
is the essential element that gives you the knowledge to direct your team of advisers and investing
resources in an efficient and effective manner to obtain success and
achieve your goals. It's the equivalent of GPS for your business.
Who needs a plan?
Beginning, Intermediate, & Experienced Investors
Keep your real estate investment plan SMART
Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely.
And you'll want to include investment strategies
for both short and long term cash flow, a system to monitor
automated processes for efficiency,
to reduce risk and taxes, and philanthropy.
Your plan will create a time line; indicating which skills, knowledge, automated systems, and people required to achieve the goals.
track and analyze your progress; reevaluate and adjust accordingly as you
advance through your plan. This is when you'll discover areas that need improvement and opportunities for growth.
Pro Tip: A well written plan is your key element to business funding approval.
Focus On Outcomes & Achievements. Your plan needs to have flexibility imbedded in the core but it needs a specific and clear description of the outcomes that you want to achieve to become successful.
Take time to develop your business plan and it will deliver. Do not be mistaken and think of it as just another useless task. Oh no, it's your battle plan for a direct and full scale attack. Design it to rival that of Napoleon or one of the twelve Caesars.
Periodically, update and keep it fresh with a version that reflects your company's role in the current market.
We love Live Business Plan because you can write your business plan without ever looking at a spreadsheet. Live Plan simply asks you questions
about your business and you plug in the answers. There's expert guidance
so you won't get stuck. Plus the software is easy to use and is low cost.