In this episode of Passion for Real Estate Investments, CEO of Joyce Reid Capital, Brian Joyce, talks about tax deeds and wholesaling during the Covid-19 pandemic. From buying his first tax deed property to growing his investment company, Brian has been attaining great levels of success.
Brian started his business in 2011 investing in tax deeds after paying $22,000 for his first property at a tax deed auction. By 2013, Brian became a full-time fix-and-flipper. He also worked as an Insurance Assistant at Liberty Mutual Insurance from 2012 to 2014. His skills include Business Management, Customer Service, and Process Improvement. Brian is a graduate of Arizona State University, majoring in Business Law and Entrepreneurship.
What challenges does Brian have to face and how is he overcoming them? How is the Covid-19 pandemic affecting his business? Brian tells us a bit about tax deed auctions, and why he transitioned into wholesaling. What types of marketing does he focus on, and why? We hear his goal for this year, and he emphasizes his “Five Laws”.
Highlights from the interview
- In Florida, the redemption period on the tax deeds is 1 day.
- Brian has been able to close every deal that they were supposed to at the time that Covid-19 hit.
- Brian usually spends an average of $30,000 on marketing – per month
About Brian Joyce
Born on the east coast, grew up in Arizona. Started buying from Tax Deed Auctions in Florida in 2011 while I was still studying at Arizona State. Started out as a straight fix ad flipper and made my way into wholesale – my business became primarily wholesale in late 2018 and all of 2019.