I am interested in marketing my qualified intermediary practice for 1031 exchanges to brokers, any ideas?

I have been a qualified intermediary for over 12 years now but most of my transactions are lower end higher volume type of deals and I would rather transition to lower volume and higher transaction value because I would enjoy dealing with more sophisticated investors so that is what my goal is and I am soliciting input on how I can accomplish that. I also refer out to commercial brokers in return all the time so any help in the best way to build a quality referral network is part of the problem I am trying to solve as well.
In General Area - Asked by Robert H. - Nov 29, 2015
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Dennis G.
Broker/Agent
Pasco, WA

Many of the 1031 exchanges that i have done have been referrals from attorneys, CPA's or estate planning professionals. My role is not only to find suitable property but have relationships with people such as yourself that are experts in the duties of an intermediary. My exchanges professionals have come from local or statewide real estate associations, continuing education programs, real estate conferences which i have attended. The key for me to connect with you is thru education. Few of the intermediaries send newsletters on your changing world but the ones that do get my attention and confidence that they are keeping up to date and me informed as well. I hope this helps.

Dec 2, 2015
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