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We have interest from over 10 states now
Income potential from state sales, ongoing revenues, strategic alliances.
Global expansion income potential and partnerships.
Unique business model that can create multiple revenue streams for Investors, agents and broker/owners
Lifetime Residual Income available at every level in the company.
92 Billion dollar and rising industry in USA.
Our business model has grown in Tallahassee, Florida. Office #2 is open now.
Systems for greater added value and efficiency to investors, agents and broker/owners.
We want to be the most beneficial company for agents and broker owners in the industry, with powerful incentives for each member to grow the organization. Agents really like the advantages.
Economically feasible for brokers and state developers, allowing them to diversify and build a business they can sell and maintain with ongoing income streams.
Celebrity Owners will make us “The company of choice, networking with the right people.”
Pro Players Realty USA Systems disrupt the old school real estate franchise way of doing business, by financially rewarding the Realtors, Brokers, and Owners in the company for bringing other people into the company. A 10% ongoing fee is paid from each sale or fee generated by their recruits, applying to Territory and State Sales, New Offices Opening, and Real Estate Transactions. This is significant motivation and inspiration for our members to recruit actively.
Great teamwork is the only way we create breakthroughs that define our careers.” – Pat Riley
If you had one dollar to invest, would you invest it in an innovator or an entrepreneur? Innovation is crucial to social advancement, but the entrepreneur gets my buck every time. Innovation is about the manifestation of novel ideas, but entrepreneurship is about value creation. Ideas help, but for entrepreneurs—hard work, ambition, resourcefulness, unconventional thinking, salesmanship, teamwork, leadership and financially rewarding everyone in the company will create synergy and achieve goals.
Innovation without an entrepreneur is like a car without a driver. Entrepreneurs will navigate the road to value creation and growth, with or without innovation.
Indeed, innovators and innovative entrepreneurs fuel phenomenal economic growth by creating entire new industries. They are the disruptive ones. They change the way things are and, by so doing, turbocharge economic activity. Innovation trumps entrepreneurship when it comes to economic growth. Don’t get me wrong. Entrepreneurship matters, but innovation and innovative entrepreneurs matter more. Here’s why.
Eighty-eight percent of the world’s entrepreneurs succeed through “exceptional execution of an ordinary idea” (meaning one that’s already succeeded somewhere else in the world), according to research by Amar Bhidé, an entrepreneurship guru and author of The Origin and Evolution of New Businesses. By contrast, the other 12 percent of the world’s entrepreneurs succeeded by executing on “an unusual or extraordinary idea” (usually their own).
Let’s look at one historical innovation that produced more than 100 years of substantial economic success.
In 1884, George Eastman launched an economic growth engine by patenting the first film in roll form, and then, in 1900, he single-handedly created mass-market photography by inventing the Brownie camera. His innovative ideas, especially the Brownie camera, started an economic wave of success that spread from Rochester, N.Y., to the rest of world for a century. The tragic ending of Kodak’s century of success, however, underscores the dilemma that any company or country faces in search of growth. Innovative ideas spark new markets and strong economic growth, while the repetitive reliance on well-known ideas ultimately stalls and crashes. Kodak failed to learn this lesson fast enough and went bankrupt in the process.
In short, entrepreneurship fuels economic growth, but it’s the disruptive innovators of the world who turbocharge it.
Although frequently portrayed in the media as irrational risk takers, the truth is that most people who decide to start their own small business are actually quite risk averse. Rather than spontaneously lunging at the latest fad, entrepreneurs have proven to be much more pragmatic, launching their company in response to what they see as a unique window of opportunity to exploit an unfulfilled need in the marketplace. If there is a step by step action plan, with sufficient market demand, results can be significantly positive.
When individuals like this make the decision to seek out additional capital to fuel their expansion, they do so with the same measured consideration, research, and rigor used when starting their firm in the first place. This article is designed to fast-track those entrepreneurs who have weighed the pros and cons of various investment sources, and have decided to pursue private equity to help accelerate the growth of their wealth.
Find Your Niche
The good news/bad news reality for entrepreneurs and investors searching for small businesses to for firms to buy private equity is that, well, there just aren’t that many that truly fit the bill. While a cursory Google search will list pages of firms that bookend the investment space (focusing on either micro-funding fresh startup ventures OR injecting $20 – $100M into mid-market firms), there are very few that actually focus on this market niche to the exclusion of others.
History Is Important
Once a short list of firms has been compiled, the next consideration is to evaluate results. Companies that remain in the private equity space year after year do so because they have figured out a formula that works. The real estate sales and property management services business will always have significant demand in every type of market.
Know Your Buyer
Just as you would take into account your targeted customer base, you want to take into account your potential buyers. Financial buyers are very prominent and they are specifically looking for businesses that they can buy using debt financing. This means that they will only pay a percentage of the asking price. They are looking for cash flow, cash flow, cash flow. They want a business that will allow them to maximize their profits in a minimum amount of time. Financial buyers are less interested in building a brand and continuing with a service than they are in making deals.
Strategic buyers on the other hand, expect synergies with their holdings. This means that they are looking to buy a business that already fits within the model that they are building. They are willing to pay more if a business lines up with their needs. Because they have already built a small string of businesses, they can afford to pay a premium price.
Selling a business and building a successful exit strategy are both about getting your ducks in a row.
You need to have a clear idea of what you want and where you want to go. Don’t be afraid to ask for help and be prepared to let go of the business you have worked so hard for. Remember, you are talking about planning the next adventure in your life. We want to help our people first and foremost, we realize when we do that, we will all be successful together as a team. Buy low, let us develop a region with you, sell high later.
We seek celebrities and organizations with lots of business contacts and experience, so all NFL, NBA and MLB owners and players are invited to be part owners of our organization. We are going nationwide in the USA then branch to Canada and Europe. We seek equity investments to accelerate company growth.
We believe we have the best programs for agents and broker/owners in the industry. Our systems grow lifetime residual income at every level in the company. Our low entree fees, modern growth strategies and efficient management systems, make this company the place of choice for growing a real estate brokerage. PRO PLAYERS REALTY USA will be highly sought after company, and rewarding to operate.
Some statistics to consider
With initial public offerings (IPOs) few and far between last year 2012,private equity (PE) investors relied on deals in the open market (55.16 per cent, against 29.16 per cent in 2011) and secondary sales (27.50 per cent, compared with 19.34 per cent in 2011) for exits. IPOs accounted for 4.37 per cent of the exits, compared with 3.89 per cent in 2011; exits through buybacks stood at 2.46 per cent, against 10.73 per cent in 2011.
According to VCCEdge data, in the period between January 1 and December 28, there were 137 exits worth $4,433 million, while in 2011, 123 exits had accounted for $2,953 million.
In 2012, there were 49 open market deals worth $2,445 million, against 41 deals worth $861 million in 2011. Secondary sales saw 20 deals worth $1,219 million, while in 2011, there were 17 deals worth $571 million. Last year, there were four exits through IPOs, with a deal value of $194 million, compared with 13 worth $115 million in 2011. The buyback route saw 17 deals worth $109 million against 22 deals worth $317 million in 2011.
Despite the ongoing crisis in the Eurozone and other challenging economic conditions, research shows that private equity (PE) investor sentiment is optimistic. PE fundraising picked up momentum in the second quarter and PE funds raised aggregate capital of $143 billion in the first half of 2012, a slight increase over the second half of 2011.
The optimistic investor sentiment is perhaps justified given that private equity annualized horizon returns over 10 years to December 2011 stand at 11.9%, above that of the S&P 500 index. As per a Preqin report, the total assets under management held by private equity funds worldwide reached $3trn at the end of 2011, a 9% increase over the previous year.
Despite the increase in the funds, investors are also displaying caution as just 23% in a Preqin survey expect to invest in new funds in the next 12 months. The top attraction for investment is distressed PE funds. In terms of regions, North America has been found to be the most attractive followed by Asia and Europe. Although 24% of the investors said Europe is not much attractive at present, some investors in the survey said it does present strong opportunities in the long-term.
Pro Players Realty USA is built on the principal of building win-win situations for all parties involved in the real estate business. With better served clients, and unprecedented effortless growth, the results will be maximum long term profits. Pro Players Realty USA systems are made to benefit broker owners and agents more than Traditional Real Estate Brokerage Franchise Models.
Key success factors within this industry include (1) Effective promotion (advertising campaigns to promote the realty business and the property listings), (2) Cost control, (3) Networking & Contacts success, (4) Expertise of operators, (5) Clear definition of strategic goals, (Agent recruiting, agent retention, maximizing sales volume, etc.) and (6) Location.
Licensing opportunities are available, in 45 states (ND, MD, HI, RI and WA these states will be available soon, inquire for more info.)
Management will position the Company to have the opportunity to take advantage of potential exit opportunities that would ensure liquidity for the owners. The strategy is to build the business over the next 5 years along a path of sustained profitability, with strong operating margins. In addition, the Company will license exclusive rights to entire states (e.g. California, Florida, Texas, New York, Illinois) These investments will create both the opportunity for further national (and international) expansion.
Contact John D.Stehmeyer for regional and individual licenses, as well as becoming involved in our company that will help many people be successful.
“We are Dedicated Professionals”
John D Stehmeyer CEO
PRO PLAYERS REALTY USA
2732 Capital Circle Northeast
Tallahassee, Florida 32308
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