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Alleviating Pain Points For Property Portfolio Brokers & Sellers

Managing Relationships With Property Buyers

It didn't take long for me to realize that the big movers-and-shakers run into the same problems over-and-over again when brokers sell property portfolios to real estate investors.

You do all of this work to be direct-to-seller and have the privilege of being trusted to find buyers that can follow through on large transactions. Unfortunately, the market is flooded with people who will do anything, including create fraudulent documents, in order to steal your lunch! There are also the many tire-kickers that don't really have the infrastructure in place, but dream of somehow closing one of these big deals on their own! It's important to protect your own interests and those of the seller.

I commonly see sellers share a few details about the portfolios they are trying to sell in forums and on social media sites in the hopes that buyers will connect with them in private discussions. It makes sense, you don't want to give up too much information before seeing proof-of-funds (POF) and a letter-of-intent (LOI). This informatiaon, if shared across the web with an unreliable prospective partner could completely ruin your opportunity for a deal!

I receive new feature suggestions from big portfolio brokers that are next-to-seller. I am continually evolving features based on your feedback.

I would love to hear your pain points as a seller and see what else we can do to support your business. Please make Renturly better -- the best -- by sharing your thoughts on how my company can improve your real estate experience.

Please comment below.

Michael Sadler

Why I Learned How To Program Web Applications As A Businessman

When I had the chance to ask one of the founders of Investopedia what courses to study if I wanted to be an entrepreneur after business school, it was recommended to me to take some courses in computing science and programming. I felt the pit in my throat after hearing that!

It wasn't until after a few more businesses courses that I decided to follow the advice. I wanted to be able to implement the ideas I was learning in school and that required spending a lot of my free time programming, taking some computing science courses and doing a certificate program in web development.

Over the past few years I have spent a lot of time learning from other startups. It is nice to think all you need to do is build a product and put it online, but the reality is that there are a lot of common pitfalls startups face when it comes to marketing. Some of the pitfalls include having long development times between product releases, thinking that having a larger pay-per-click budget guarantees success and that your followers on social media are all in your target market. I realized it is a real advantage to be able to build what the customer values and that requires being able to change the product after receiving real feedback. It takes a few years to become fluent at creating custom web applications because it takes a lot of typing code out as well as project management skills to turn an idea into a product. I am very proud of Renturly already - and look forward to making it absolutely irresistible for you and the rest of the real estate industry!

Please make Renturly better -- the best -- by sharing your thoughts on how my company can improve your real estate experience.

Michael Sadler

Why I Started Renturly For You

Creating a Win-Win Experience When Selling to Investor-Buyers And Property Managers That Has Never Been Done - Or Tried - Before!

I have built Renturly to satisfy a need I identified in the online real estate industry, after being a mortgage broker and real estate investor. 

I attended one of those weekend Rich Dad seminars and then went through one of Guy's real estate investing courses and received personal coaching. I acquired my first rental property with a friend and the backing of an experienced local investor, shortly after. 

I spent the next few years studying information systems in business school, while my friend that took that rich dad course with me carried on acquiring property. It was a real test of character for me deciding to finish my degree while I saw how my friend's commitment was paying off already. Boy was I glad that I stuck with my studies in the end, because it was in the final capstone courses where I acquired all of the skills that I would need to create real efficiencies in any business and industry through technology!

After graduation, I improved my programming skills while spending a lot of time researching startups and brainstorming business models. I thought, wouldn't it be amazing to apply my knowledge from school with my experience of investing in real estate to create something extremely innovative, that could create extreme efficiencies in the real estate industry, and that could scale in serving society?

It was a real holy-cow moment when I came up with the idea to build something I already know a lot about! I had to call-up my friend from real estate investing and pitch the idea to him. I knew this was it when, after the pitch, I asked him, so you think this could work? He spent the next few hours with me word vomiting over all the benefits this would have for everyone in the industry and what product features he would love to see!

I then proceeded with development, while trying to release the first product as quickly as possible so that I could get feedback from real people, like you!

I annoyed family and friends for weeks brainstorming names, before choosing Renturly. There must have been a few thousand names we went through! The entire story behind the name is why I knew Renturly and The Urly Bird were the right choices. Independent investors are motivated to get that deal! They are Urly birds! They have a drive to create a brighter future for themselves and their families! Not to mention, The Urly Bird is the cutest mascot in history!

Please make Renturly better -- the best -- by sharing your thoughts on how my company can improve your real estate experience.

Michael Sadler

What Renturly Means To Me And What I Want It To Mean To You!

Renturly allows me to exercise my entrepreneurial muscles and serve you as efficiently as possible.

Listings are popping up across north america! Everyone is now right in my backyard and I have been forging great relationships with our first listers of property. After a listing is posted, I start contacting the lister and learn a little more about their business and the market they operate in because I am interested. It's really exciting for me when I get notified about a new listing! My eyes get really big when taking in the photos of real estate, the financial details, and viewing the neighborhood on Google Maps! I get to make new relationships with people that are all over the world to help facilitate the deal.

It means a lot to me to have a successful business that involves lots of people and is profitable. It would be a dream to have Renturly provide real value to you for a long time!

The main types of people that benefit from Renturly are sellers, renters, real estate investors, and property managers.

Investors spend a lot of valuable time building relationships, prospecting real estate, analyzing property, negotiating deals, and maintaining property so that they can earn positive cash flow from their investments.

Property managers tend to spend a lot of time maintaining relationships with renters to help investors.

In most local north american markets, renters are having a hard time learning about available property that is for rent because it is rented out so quickly.

Right from launch, Renturly includes features that help streamline the work of all of these people, even with their diverse needs, making it the win-win solution when selling to the investor-buyer and property manager.

This is my vision for Renturly, one that I am working night and day to make a reality. But Renturly is only as good as the service it provides.

Please make Renturly better -- the best -- by sharing your thoughts on how my company can improve your real estate experience.

Michael Sadler

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