Dan Schwartz is the CEO and Founder of InvestorFuse, a lead management CRM specifically designed to help investors scale their business and find freedom through automation and time-saving technology. Before he founded InvestorFuse, Dan was the drummer for the funk band Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and toured more than a thousand shows with them over seven years.

Dan joins me today to share his thoughts and ideas on starting, running, and growing a real estate business. He explains how he began his career in the wholesale real estate industry and explains how touring with a funk band helped him create InvestorFuse. He reveals the biggest mistakes investors make in their business and shares the most significant lessons he learned in growing a company. He also highlights the importance of building a culture of trust and explains why beginners in the industry need to decide whether they want to be a real estate investor or dealer.

“Your biggest challenge is understanding how to run a business, not just making deals.” – Dan Schwartz

On Today’s Episode of Flip Talk:

  • The reason Dan decided to build a real estate business
  • What being a funk band member taught Dan about real estate wholesaling
  • What InvestorFuse is and how it helps real estate investors manage their acquisition and business
  • When’s the best time to quit your 9 to 5 and run your real estate business full-time
  • The power of consistency in building a business
  • Analysis paralysis and other mistakes real estate investors make
  • How tracking KPIs can help real estate investors become successful
  • The biggest challenges Dan had to overcome as a business owner
  • The definition of accidental diminishers and why you need to foster a culture of trust
  • Dan’s advice to people who want to start a real estate company

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