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What is the Michael Jordan effect in real estate investing?

Michael Jordan is arguably the greatest basketball player to have ever lived who consistently got referee calls to go his way. Some thought it was unfair. If you want the unfair advantage in real estate investing, take a listen to this video.

Andy Andrews (https://www.andyandrews.com/), is an in-demand speaker, coach, and consultant for the world’s largest organizations. Andy once wrote about the Jordan Effect (https://www.andyandrews.com/the-jordan-effect/) on this website in a blog. Jordan put in meaningful time developing relationships with referees because he liked them. In turn, those referees would sometimes give Michael Jordan the benefit of the doubt on close calls during a game as opposed to the NBA players that would cuss, yell at the referee, and generally be unpleasant.

Michael Jordan is arguably the greatest basketball player to have ever lived who consistently got referee calls to go his way. Some thought it was unfair. If you want the unfair advantage in real estate investing, take a listen to this video. For other helpful tips on how to buy more multifamily assets, visit https://www.beaubeery.com/book. Andy Andrews (https://www.andyandrews.com/), is an in-demand speaker, coach, and consultant for the world’s largest organizations. Andy once wrote about the Jordan Effect (https://www.andyandrews.com/the-jordan-effect/) on this website in a blog. Jordan put in meaningful time developing relationships with referees because he liked them. In turn, those referees would sometimes give Michael Jordan the benefit of the doubt on close calls during a game as opposed to the NBA players that would cuss, yell at the referee, and generally be unpleasant. In multifamily real estate, the vast majority of closings over 10 units are done by a real estate agent. If the real estate agent is akin to the referee in an NBA game, real estate investors should strongly consider developing relationships with brokers to get more calls (new listings) to go their way. Real estate has always been and will continue to be, a relationship-driven business. It is natural for human beings to want to do business with those they like.

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