How to Build a Credit Repair Business
You Can’t Create Momentum When You Have to Create Everything
You’ve heard the saying, “You don’t know what you don’t know”? I resign myself to this many times when I’m talking to people that call me for information on how to build a credit repair business.
The first stage of someone learning about starting a credit repair business almost always begins with changing a preconceived mindset that they have to build it all themselves. Because what they don’t yet realize initially is the enormous amount of time, energy and money it will take to build it from scratch.
Even if they do learn how to build a credit repair business all on their own what they don’t often think about is how they’ll compete against other companies with experience, technology and track record. And, what about the state and federal laws they have to navigate through? These laws cost more money and limit the amount of revenue and profit they can earn.
Let’s say they get through all of this and build a credit repair business on their own. Great! Now, how are they going to find the time to get clients, not just a few but hundreds of clients, and deliver the service to those clients?
There’s another saying, “If you want it done right, do it yourself”. That saying is what unsuccessful people abide by. Successful people use the efforts of others that know more than they do about how to do something. That’s how they get more done and build large, successful businesses.
Build a Credit Repair Business for Less Than $300
What if there were a way to build a credit repair business for less than $300 total start up costs? It includes training on exactly what to do to get a steady stream of clients, staff to provide the service delivery to the clients, technology to keep them and their clients informed, and access to all the marketing materials they’ll need.
And, what if someone could build it small, or build it all over the country by incorporating the efforts of other Independent Agents? And, learn directly how to build a credit repair business from a top producer in the credit repair industry. Not just someone that teaches, but someone that is currently running a successful credit repair business.
This opportunity exists. It takes an open mind to understand a different type of business model and it takes training and hard work. But if someone is willing to learn and work hard they can be where they want to be in a far shorter time.
to watch a video that will explain all the details on how to build a credit repair business for less than $300.
This post was originally published in September, 2016. It has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.