Jul 8, 2014
I make my living as a real estate investor. A key to my business success is constant learning to stay abreast of the latest industry developments and RE techniques and tactics. Fifteen years ago I took a course in which I learned that the average Mississippi Realtor makes only $7,500 a year. Presuming the average Realtor works 40 hours a week, 52 weeks a year, that’s less than half the minimum wage!
Why so low for a profession that seems so glamarous? My experience is many Realtors simply don’t work very hard, rely on the MLS instead of their own sweat and ingenuity to make deals happen, and operate within a very conventional, “vanilla” mindset.
Bill Boggan is a glowing exception to this humdrum standard. As a real estate investor himself with rental property, Bill’s multi-faceted experience with real estate allows him to conceive of creative methods to transact business beneficial to all parties involved. With solid fiduciary experience focusing on representing major national banks and corporations – as well as small entrepreneurs like myself – Bill has a broad understanding of the needs of a variety of a clients’ investment projects, running the gamut of major commercial properties to humble abodes in the “hood.”
Bill’s most important trait is his character. A man of integrity and veracity, his client’s best interests are paramount. Bill takes the long-view of relationships, instead of a one-time profit; and he would rather lose his commission on a deal than for a client to suffer.
And he’s a pretty good fisherman to boot!