ExpiredThe Who, What, Where and When of Buying Re-habbing Products

The Who, What, Where and When of Buying Re-habbing Products


Chuck Emmons of “Pops” Realty Services

Wednesday, August 24, 2016 || 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm ||

Next Level Realty Group
  717 E. Border St. Ste. C, Arlington, Texas 76010

Very Limited Seating 25 –

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This is a unique opportunity to learn from local General Contractor who is also a real estate investor with many years of experience on both sides of a deal.

Would you like to know where to find some of the best places to find common real estate rehabbing products and building materials?

Do you know the difference between products and building materials? And why you should always have control of these items.

“Pops” will be here to tell you…

  1. WHO should buy them and WHY?
  2. WHAT are “products” vs what are materials and supplies and hardware?
  3. WHAT should you buy from WHERE?
  4. Where to find the “best deals” on “Big Ticket” items?
  5. When  you're being “penny wise and dollar foolish”?
Come take advantage of this complimentary education. 
Meeting Agenda
6:30 pm – 6:45 pm / Sign-In & Networking`
6:45 pm – 7:00 pm / Intro
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm / Presentation/Q&A
Can't Wait To See You There!

Mr. Charles C. Emmons owns Pop’s Realty Services (among other companies). He is a Certified Financial Planner, Certified Residential Property Manger, registered General Contractor and Real Estate Investor owning 13 rental properties. He actively works in each and every rehab project doing what he calls “grunt labor” so that he can oversee and ensure that his crew and any specialists perform in top form. Pop’s Realty Services, is a General Contracting company

Pop’s Realty Services has developed the following BUSINESS PRINCIPALS and are proud to present them so you’ll know something about how we believe business should be conducted in the real estate arena.

  1. ALWAYS give/do more that you’re asked for.
  2. ALWAYS do something (a side job) for free – we might have missed something on the assigned project.
  3. ALWAYS tell the people we’re working with what OUR schedule is, after they’ve told us what THEIR schedule
  4. ALWAYS OVER-COMMUNICATE – especially in asking questions in what the other parties want and need.
  5. NEVER be late!
  6. ALWAYS leave a job site/project cleaner than when we came.
  7. ALWAYS fix/repair/replace OUR mistakes – the customer shouldn’t pay for our mistakes.
  8. REMEMBER – it’s THEIR money, home, project we’re working with!
  9. REMEMBER – they could’ve hired someone else.
  10. REMEMBER – they remember their last business interaction with a real estate “professional” – make it a GOOD memory!

 The job may be done when we’re finished but it’s COMPLETE when the customer is HAPPY!