Operating Your Own Probate Business



There is nothing quite like having your own business. Most of us would like to “live the dream” and be our own boss. If this is a dream of yours, you will want to take advantage of our Probate Business program. For the new comer, setting up a business can be a daunting task. Unfortunately, statistics show that only one out of ten folks starting their own business will be successful.

You need an “edge” and we offer a program that will help you be one of the successes. Getting started in business requires that you do a number of things ranging from setting up your legal entity, to defining your business plan and executing to that model. You will also want to have your own “look & feel” for your company including business cards, letterhead and marketing materials. In today’s high tech world you will also want your own web site. You will need software to support backed operations including company accounting and customer relationships.
A well structured business plan organized in a step by step fashion to help guide you through your initial startup is a must and you will want access to specialists in your field of operation.
Our program provides all of this and more. You will receive training on everything necessary to begin your own business. Additionally, upon completion of this program you will have a legal entity in place and will be receiving monthly business leads that will allow you to make money in the probate field.





The goal of this program is to provide you with everything you need to be successful as a probate investor while running your own personal company. This workshop shows you how to set up your own company, and even more importantly provides the directed support of business specialists to provide the necessary hand holding to get you to a point where you can successfully operate your business on your own.



This workshop is intended for individuals that want to set up their own business in the probate investing field. Virtually no experience is necessary, as you will be provided a well structured road map that will show you how to make money in this arena.


At Workshop Completion

  • After completing this workshop/program, attendees will have their own fully operational probate investment business. Specifically, attendees will:
  • Have their own legal entity in the State of Texas
  • Be executing a step by step business plan specifically addressing the probate investment business
  • Have their own logo and business stationary and templates necessary to begin marketing under their own banner
  • Have back office software and the training to use this software in managing their business
  • Have their own web site


Workshop Outline 

Module 1: Choosing Your Legal Entity

Discusses the various entities available to you and helps you make a decision as to which one is best!

Module 2: The Probate Business Plan

Step by step business plan designed specifically for a probate property business operating in Texas.

Module 3: Operational Support for the Probate Business

Describes the various operational issues that must be addressed in order to properly run a probate business: telephone systems, campaign management, virtual assistants, etc.

Module 4: Administrative Software

A business specialist works with each student to assist them in setting up their business on Quick Books and in helping them set up a contact relationship management solution.

Module 4: Administrative Look & Feel

A business specialist works with each student to assist them in developing their own individual look and feel for their business. A logo is chosen and letterheads and envelopes designed.

Module 5: Web Site Development

An IT specialist works with each student to help them design their own web site that will be operational within 5 days of the workshop.



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