Prepare for Rain

Prepare for Rain - Facing the Giants

Two farmers desperately needed rain.

Both farmers prayed for rain. But only one actually prepared his field to receive the rain.

Which farmer truly trusted God to send the rain?

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Roof Inspections and Human Nature


Rooftop due diligence. Yes, it is important for us to inspect the roof of any asset that we’re buying. Even more important: We need to bring multiple experts on the journey with us. Experts who know exactly what they’re looking at.

Why experts, plural? Here’s why.

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From the Boiler Room


Here’s a quick video from the boiler room of a property where we recently performed due diligence.

A few folks have asked us: Why do you have so many people on-site for your due diligence walkthroughs?

So Many Inspectors

Why do you have so many inspectors? So many specialists in electrical systems, plumbing, rooftops, concrete, etc? Why do you have people in the office reviewing every lease?

Isn’t that overkill?

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What Is Due Diligence?


What is due diligence?

Due diligence the formal process that the ROIClear team goes through when inspecting a property before acquisition. Our investors trust us to thoroughly review all aspects of a property before we move forward. We always bring a big team on-site when we go through DD.

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Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing

Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing

A few decades ago, I was introduced to a framework that describes the growth and hiccups of teams. Every team goes through these four stages:

  1. Forming. Earliest days for the new team.

  2. Storming. First disagreement within the team.

  3. Norming. Regrouping after the disagreement.

  4. Performing. The team enjoys its first collective success.

Why?

Why will a team go through these stages? Because teams consist of humans. Let’s explore this model further.

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