Today’s big takeaways: Getting started with probate, Finding vendor partners to help you work leads that are too far away, and Navigating situations involving Medicaid liens.
•3:10 Janet is considering starting in a county that’s farther away and working remotely. What’s the best way to do this? Chad describes how some other clients do this, and he and Jim give some ideas for setting up a partnership with someone in the area who can get feet on the ground when it’s necessary.
•8:00 Janet expands her question – Is it possible to provide other services from a distance? You can absolutely find these vendor services remotely.
•11:34 Yolanda from Houston is familiar with probate and is looking for best practice tips in getting deals on the books.
•18:51 Richard is looking for tips on how to answer a call back if you don’t remember what lead it came from. Chad advises on how to steer and gain control of this type of conversation.
•28:27 Tiana is curious about texting probate leads. It can be very effective, but it has risks you should be aware of.
•23:20 Rick asks for some advice on how to work with Probate Referees in the state of California.
•30:53 Randall asks about the ATL CRM. The CRM is included in your lead subscription, and your leads get pushed directly into your CRM. If you’re set-up on autopilot, your mailing and call campaigns will happen automatically!
•34:45 Randall asks if you’re just getting started in this business, would you recommend going fully on autopilot or doing it yourself? There’s some variables here. Some people that are getting started, budget is the biggest constraint. Take the time you have and get in the trenches and do it yourself. As you learn the skills, re-invest to get your marketing automated so you can scale.
•37:48 Can you take Probate Mastery again? Yep! When you see the new session get scheduled, just ask us to put you in as an Alumni!
•43:49 Justin is looking for some advice for his family. His sister is taking care of his Grandmother, but the grandmother wants to move in with the daughter. The Grandmother is on medicaid and doesn’t want to get cut off, and the goal is to keep the house in the family. How should we proceed? The first step should be to speak with the social worker who set up the Medicaid contract.
•49:24 Gil from New York asks how to navigate a call when he gets someone on the phone that isn’t actually the personal representative.
•56:43 Renee if there is absolutely no phone number, what else can I do? Try sending mail to the deceased’s last known address, since the PR might be picking up the mail there.