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By Matt Gerchow

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It is said that a picture is worth a 1000 words.


Here’s an example of a good business card. None of the numbers are still active but here’s what to look at.



1. Company Name
2. Website – In this case it is embedded in the email.
3. Slogan – We Buy USED Homes
4. Offer – Offer in 24 hours, ALL CASH, AS IS
5. Address – for credibility
6. Phone, Fax, Email


Done on the right paper, this card can be used for both professional meetings (bankers, chambers, etc) and informal meetings (with sellers)


IMPORTANT! Make sure the back of your card is NOT laminated. I know people tell you to sell here but I disagree. This is where you write SELLER information when you don’t have paper. Afterwards you can pass that card on to one of your G.R.E.A.T. Buyers so they can go look at the house.


Many companies can produce these cards for you. I like a company called AAA Business Cards out of California. They are not the very cheapest, but they ship on time and have a back that is not laminated. (Google them)


Hope this helps,


Matt Gerchow
Currently Touring South America for the next 4-months – Learn to Invest, set your business on auto-pilot and start traveling the world full-time. Your lifestyle could completely change, in a lot less time than you think.


If you would like to take advantage of the market and learn how to invest in real estate and you are local to the Dallas Fort Worth area, I know a really great teacher and mentor here in Arlington Texas. Please take a look at his web site:, Dennis has a great Mentoring and training program, I know because I am one of his former students. I learned a lot from his one on one teaching technique. РMichael Harman 817-457-7572

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