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The New Way To Do Real Estate

First watch the overview video:

Then watch the FAQs video:

Then read every word below, carefully.

What is this?

Imagine owning an apartment complex with ten units. You can rent each unit out for one K per month. Now forget about going millions of dollars into debt; tenants, toilets, trash, termites; management companies; cutthroat competition; market crashes and more. What are you left with? Zuubly. Real estate reimagined.

Can you be more specific?

We make itty-bitty websites. Rank them in Google. Rent them to local businesses. They toss us a few hundred to a few thousand bucks a month (depending on the niche) because they make several times that much back. Everyone’s happy. Especially you. No products, no inventory, no customer support, no pitching friends and family, no ad spend, no worries. Pandemic-proof. Recession-proof. (In tough times, businesses need us, more than ever, to keep their doors open.)

Is it legit?

Well, have you ever heard of (or used) any of the following websites?

Because they’re all doing this, just on a much bigger level. And think about some of the quickest-growing companies today. Uber, Airbnb, Alibaba. They don’t make products or sell services. They connect people. Right? And that’s what we do. Just on a micro level.

Who’s it for?

Anyone, anywhere, as long as you’ve got WiFi. But this is a real business. You’ll need to treat it as such. A positive attitude, willingness to learn and execute, perseverance, and patience are all key. The more time you can devote to it, the better. In terms of money, we recommend you have at least one thousand dollars to launch.

Don’t most businesses already have a website?

Most do, yes. But nobody can find it. So it’s useless. Whereas ours are glued to the top of Google. They’re like customer conveyor belts. Which is the only thing that matters: real results. They want more emails, calls, walk-ins. That’s what our websites give them.

If it’s so easy, why wouldn’t they just do it themselves?

First, don’t confuse easy with simple. This is the latter. Second, some do. They join us. They use our training, software, systems, support, and outsourcing options and apply it to their own business. And so should you, if you own a brick and mortar and you’re up for the challenge. But the majority simply do not have the time or interest to mess around with all this “internet stuff” all day. And since every dollar they pay us makes them multiple times that much back? Well, we don’t really “cost” them anything, do we? Nope. We’re the bill that pays their bills.

How do you land clients?

Three words: results in advance. Pick the niche and city. Build the site. Get it ranked. Once the leads start trickling in, hand out samples. Like the nice old lady at Costco. As in, “Here, have some free money. Want more? Sure, it’ll be twelve hundred per month. Cancel anytime.” If they say no, who cares? Hit up the next tow truck company (for example) in that city and give them some free money. Keep going till you get a yes. This can be done by text, phone, email, social media, anything. No need to meet anyone in person or even leave the house for that matter. And you can do this in any city; not just the one you live in. And still. If you don’t want to do this part or it makes you uncomfortable, we’d gladly close deals for you in exchange for a small fee. So even if you “suck at sales” or you’re a major introvert, you can win with this.

What happens when an existing client wants to stop paying?

Same as traditional real estate. Find a new “tenant” and carry on. How? Go to their competitor, make a new deal, forward them the emails and calls, and keep collecting checks. Make sense? Once you’ve built out a property, no reason it won’t pay you, monthly, for years to come. Potentially, for a lifetime. Maybe longer. You could pass these on to your kids one day. Talk about leaving a legacy!

Won’t it get saturated if you tell everyone?

No. “Tow Truck Odessa, Texas” is one niche. But so is “Tow Truck College Station, Texas.” And “Tow Truck San Angelo, Texas.” And “Tow Truck Pearland, Texas.” And “Tow Truck, Midland, Texas.” See, you’re only competing at the city level. So think about all the cities just in Texas, alone. Now zoom out. Picture the entire U.S. Keep going. Add in Canada, Australia, the U.K. Heck, the entire world. Now times all those cities by the hundreds of different types of businesses that exist. And remember, there are new industries being born all the time as our world evolves. Drone security. Mobile IV therapy. Cryotherapy. Just to name a few. The math is undeniable. There are millions of niches and we can’t serve them all ourselves, even though we’d like to.

What if I’m not very “techie?”

We made that a non-issue by creating our own drag-and-drop website builder. We can also get you a tracking phone number for just about any city you want to do this in. It will record every call your website generates and organize it into a nice spreadsheet you can give your client at the end of the month. It will forward each call to the business owner you’re working with and tell them the call is from you before patching it through. It can even bill them per call, or a set amount weekly or monthly. This automates your entire business and removes you from the day-to-day entirely.

How long does it take to make money?

You could build one of these websites in a single afternoon if you wanted to. From there, you’ll do citations and backlinks, which we can help you with inside the group. Then it’s just waiting on Google to get ranked. But because you’re only going up against, for example, let’s say, twenty other tow truck sites that serve Odessa, Texas? And none of them know this stuff? Well, you’d be surprised how quickly you can rank. I’ve had brand new sites pop to page one in as little as a few days. For more competitive niches, and/or in larger cities, it could take a couple months. Then people start finding it. You hand out samples (virtually) for a few days. Close a client. (Or have us do it.) Set it, forget it, go do another one. So that’s, what, roughly two to nine weeks (or so), depending on the project? Not bad for an asset that, on average, should make you at least six hundred per month for the next however many years. And remember, you’re not working on it that whole time. You could (and should) be building out other rental properties while you’re waiting on Google.

How much money can I make?

Here’s the truth, and I know it’s not what you want to hear, but it’ll depend on at least the following variables: your mindset, attention to detail, focus, work ethic, consistency, and overall grit. And since we don’t know you, yet, how can we say? What we can do is provide you with the following interactive calculator. Plug in some numbers. Play with the slider. Really start to appreciate the potential here.

What could go wrong?

This isn’t a magic bullet. If you don’t follow-through on each step (or outsource it to us), nothing’s going to happen. But assuming you do the work, the other thing you want to look out for is going after the wrong niche. Which, again, you need to think about not only the type of business, but also the city size. If the city’s too small, there may not be enough searches (in Google, for that particular service) to produce a significant amount of leads. If the city’s too big, it might take too long to rank and you could lose interest. As for business type? Consider competition. For example, commercial window hood cleaning would be much easier than dentist. Also, conversions. Getting someone to call a tow truck when they’re stranded on the side of the road is not difficult. Convincing someone to schedule a tummy tuck consult is. Last, ticket price and margins. You’re worth more to a pool deck resurfacing company that pockets three grand per sale than you are to a mobile car wash company that only takes home thirty. Nailing your niche is how you charge two grand a month for rent instead of two hundred. Inside, we’ll steer you in the right direction.

So what all do I get if I join?

Over-the-shoulder, repeat-after-me, always-up-to-date video training. Go at your own pace. Access anytime, anywhere, from any device. Private Facebook group where you can ask questions, barter or partner with other members, share wins, and get round-the-clock support. Live weekly calls. Recordings of all previous calls. Interviews. Case studies. Lifetime updates. Our custom anyone-can-do-it website builder. Our hands-free phone system. Tracking numbers for nearly any area code you go into. Outsource any step to our team. Done-for-you closing, if you need it. Invites to meetups and live events.

What does it cost and is there a guarantee?

We charge two thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars for our coaching program. That’s a one time fee. No upsells. You get lifetime access. Rent from your first site will cover your tuition plus all business expenses moving forward. And then some. Yes, your satisfaction is guaranteed. If you’re not happy, we don’t want your money. *In the FAQ video above, we said five hundred dollars was the minimum you’d need to start. That’s if you come in on a pay plan. Good eye if you caught that.

What makes you guys different?

The majority of coaching programs we’ve reviewed are upwards of six thousand dollars. Their marketing is full of hype and ridiculous income claims. Their model no longer works or never did. Or maybe it does, a little, but you have to deal with any number of other headaches: products, inventory, shipping, customers, recruiting, hard-selling, ads that eat up all your profit, you name it. Plus, they offer no guarantee. No software or solutions to make your life easier. Just a bunch of videos that haven’t been updated in two years (which might as well be twenty as fast as everything changes online). Oftentimes, the person teaching it no longer practices what they preach. (Or, again, never did.) Worse, their only goal is to upsell you a bunch of crap you don’t need. It should already be clear, but we’re the opposite of all that.

I’m interested; what now?

Promise you’ve gone through this entire page? Slowly and carefully? If so, click the link below. There will be some case studies and reviews you can check out. Below that, a calendar. Book a call if you think you’d like to join us. Yes, it is a sales call. No, you don’t have to buy. We will treat you with respect either way. No slimy tactics, no forcing you to do something you don’t want to do. You have my word.