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We discussed with The Real Estate Syndication Show about Jake’s experiences that shaped his philosophy towards real estate and how this led to creating Groundbreaker, before he offers some practical advice for investors who might be new to the game! He talks about the user-experience of his software, getting started, and how all of this translates for each company that uses it.

We also get into questions of security, best practices, and onboarding. One of the main goals for Groundbreaker was to make the adoption as easy as possible, even for those without much technical know-how. The last part of our conversation is spent thinking about cross-platform integration and some possible next developments for the company!

Key Points From This Episode:

  • The work that Jake did that preceded the founding of Groundbreaker.
  • Jake’s advice to investors around faster returns and how high to aim.
  • Improving investor relationships through Groundbreaker; plus sides to the software.
  • The user-friendliness for operators and the focus on ease of use of the platform.
  • Questions to ask and factors to consider with new software.
  • Getting the ball rolling, creating a new offering and the process of a new deal.
  • Branding on the platform and the unique look to each company’s portal.
  • Common concerns around the limits on the software that Jake encounters.
  • The onboarding process and integrations with Groundbreaker — more questions for Jake.
  • Timelines for onboarding and account creation with Groundbreaker.
  • Security for investors and their information, and the biggest risks to be aware of.
  • Integration with other software platforms and Jake’s thoughts on this possibility.
  • The importance of company culture and the role it plays in Groundbreaker’s work.
  • How never giving up has contributed to Jake’s success. 
  • Jake’s desire to help entrepreneurs and lending a hand with others’ dreams.

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