Are landowners taken advantage of by land investors who send out offers that are deeply discounted? For this week’s round table episode, the Land Geeks discuss and share their perspective on this topic.
Joining Mark this week are:
- Scott Bossman
- Erik Peterson
- Tate Litchfield
- Scott Todd
Listen in as they go around the table and discuss if lands that are bought at a discounted price and marked up to make a profit is an insult to landowners. The Land Geeks also share some of their success stories when they purchased land at a discounted price from landowners.
TIP OF THE WEEK
Scott Todd: The tip is pretty familiar, like Loom. If you’re not familiar with Loom, it’s a Chrome Plugin that will allow you to record a screen, like screen videos. It’s cool, it’s free but if you want to use HD quality it’s like $10 a month. Lately, I haven’t been using Loom for a long time, I’ve been using Zoom and you can use Zoom for free, and I also use flick.io for other things like videos. But for quick videos, I just want to share my screen with and not trying to make it long, like just want to share with a VA something I have a Vimeo account. Vimeo came out with a chrome plugin that basically does what Loom does. What I really like about the Vimeo plugin is that you hit the play button to record the screen and automatically it puts right into your Vimeo account. It shares with you the link right there on the screen. Usually, how I do it I would record it in Zoom on my computer, upload it into my Dropbox and share the link that way or put it in my Vimeo account. It’s free for standard recording, if you want HD recording you got to have like $9 account.
Are you ready to learn more about land investing? Just click HERE
to schedule a call.