Peter Vekselmann is one of those people to whom doing the usual and customary thing runs contrary to the way he’s wired. Instead of going the traditional and culturally accepted route of getting a job after college and working his way up the corporate ladder, Peter chose the uncertainty of the entrepreneurial lifestyle, founding multiple successful businesses before ultimately settling on real estate investing. After building one of the largest and most successful real estate investing companies in the southeastern United States, he continued adding affiliated businesses to his arsenal and realized one day that he was pioneering an entirely new and successful business model: providing clients with one source for all their needs.
Peter began getting franchise requests from people who wanted to learn how to accelerate success and achieve the results he had without the trial and error of developing and implementing an untested business plan and making mistakes along the way. When one of his staffers suggested he make himself available to a student to teach his system in a one-on-one learning environment, Peter accepted and did that very successfully for a period of time. In the beginning, it was a markedly unstructured learning environment. Numerous students took advantage of his unorthodox coaching clinics. As he continued teaching students, Peter’s teaching methods got increasingly better and the number of requests for personal coaching grew. His real estate company and his holdings continued to grow.
Torn between a desire to continue investing in real estate and to coach investing students’ eager to tap into his knowledge so they could build businesses of their own, Peter once again found himself at a crossroads. It became clear that while he loved real estate investing, his true calling was in teaching others how to succeed in the rough and tumble world of real estate investing. Peter developed a unique curriculum that takes the needs of his students into consideration. Years later, he’s convinced that it’s working. Instead of a three-day interaction with a student that barely scratches the surface of what he wants and needs to teach, Peter now gives his students a one-year immersion into real estate investing – 12 months of practical hands-on learning. He’s able to teach everything he has learned about real estate investing and how to make money.
Whether the market is up, down, or somewhere in between, Peter loves teaching his students how to become self-assured, confident, and successful investors able to accelerate success and surpass the expectations of what they hope to accomplish by investing in real estate. This is what he will do for you, using a Develop, Teach, and Do proven method. He looks forward to playing a part in your success.
What you’ll learn about in this episode:
- Peter’s background
- What Peter believes real estate is all about
- Things you need to do in order to do real estate in volume
- How Peter solves dead leads and congruency problems
- Accelerate success and creating more value for the seller
- The successful model that Peter uses now
- The benefits of forming teams with existing brokerages
- Why Peter believes that the days of making blind offers are gone
- How you can get tons of deals just by talking to other agents