Tyler Sheff doesn’t believe that real estate is a “get rich quick” investment. His team understands the value of the old saying that “slow and steady wins the race”.
Many people look to real estate as a way to make some quick money, or guaranteed returns. But it’s way more complicated than that and if you don’t understand what you’re getting into, you can easily lose your shirt, and more, by getting into real estate with a lack of financial intelligence.
Tyler started Cashflow Guys because he knows how challenging it can be to deal with all the pieces of the puzzle. Tyler is so serious about making sure that you are a good fit with his program that he doesn’t just take anyone as a client. There are some people that just don’t have the right mindset to get into real estate right now. And if Tyler notices that, he tells them to keep their money and sends them packing.
This isn’t about Tyler making money while others lose money. His whole business is about connecting the right people and ensuring that everyone involved is successful.
But Tyler didn’t get into real estate until later in life. Let’s start at the beginning - to a small town called Hamburg, New York.
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