We often talk about how real estate is a relationship business and that it is impossible to achieve anything alone. With the increasingly competitive multifamily investment landscape, it is more important than ever to hold on tight to these relationships. Today’s guest, Kathrin Rein, is an expert at building great relationships.
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As an agent, it would be easy for her to have short-term interactions with her clients, which last only for the duration of a deal. However, Kathrin goes against convention and maintains strong, long-term bonds with her clients. She does not want a once-off encounter because she realizes the value of building relationships that lasts. In this episode, we learn more about what Kathrin does to set the foundation for solid connections. We find out how she adds value to her clients through face-to-face interactions, education, and helping them establish their goals. Kathrin’s client-centric approach is evident to us and her clients as well, which is why they keep returning! To hear more about the art of making connections that last, join us today.
Key Points From This Episode:
- Kathrin’s background, how she found real estate, and what her strengths are.
- Find out about the different clients that Kathrin deals with and their varied expectations.
- How Kathrin goes about building trust and long-term relationships with investors.
- Why Kathrin holds classes for her clients and what they entail.
- Common mistakes that Kathrin sees her investor clients making.
- Kathrin’s tips for first-time investors and what their criteria should be.
- Determine whether a property is situated in a prime location: School district and businesses.
- The hardest part of syndication for Kathrin herself and with her investors.
- Why many affluent people are not making the most out of their money.
- How Kathrin meets her investors and maintains relationships.
- Give yourself permission to shine no matter what those around you say.
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About Kathrin Rein
Kathrin Rein holds herself to a high professional standard. She takes pride in her strong work ethic and believes integrity is the most essential element for a successful real estate career. Failure is not an option for her. “If your dream house is not available, you can be sure I’ll knock on every door until I find it for you.” Client reviews describe her as “responsive,” “passionate,” “as if she does not sleep,” “willing to go the extra mile,” “very technology savvy,” “a true perfectionist,” and “extremely knowledgeable,” and she strives to ensure that all of her clients have the best experience of their life working with her. Rein and her team currently serve the Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Miami Beach, Key Biscayne, and Fort Lauderdale areas. Most of her business comes from repeat clients and their referrals. While many of her clients are families or investors, she also works with international luxury buyers. She is very strong on commercial and pre-construction sales and knows every Miami project inside out. Having arrived in the US with only $700 in her pocket, Rein is driven by her desire to have a wonderful life with her family and to make a difference in the lives of her clients and give back to the community.
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