Power Partnering – Create Profitable JVs, Partnerships, and Syndications
Let’s face it, sometimes doing a real estate deal on your own is just not practical, feasible, or profitable. I know you want to do it yourself, but sometimes you just need someone else to fill in the gaps – money, deals, time, efforts, connections, financing, and/or expertise you don’t have. But not every partnership or JV is successful or profitable. You need to learn when and how to partner with others to get the deal done with the least amount of effort and the maximum profit.
•18 CD’s and a PDF Download of the Transcripts
•The 300+ Page RV Park Investment Manual
•The 200+ Page Due Diligence Manual – “30 Days of Due Diligence”
•Bonus 1: All of our forms and contracts to Buy and Operate RV Parks
•Bonus 2: Two Free Quick Deal Reviews
Did you know that you don’t actually have to OWN a rental property to make money with one? Yes, the strategy is called the “Lease/Option”, and it works a number of ways. One is renting a house to live in, with an option to buy, so you can “try before you buy”! Another use of lease/option is when you are a landlord and looking to sell to a tenant down the road, giving him a lease with an option to purchase. Stack both ends together, and you have a KILLER strategy for making cash flow, with very little down and very little risk.
I have personally rehabbed and flipped more houses than I can count, and I would like to share my experience with you in a brand new home study program, “The Ultimate Guide to Fix and Flip”. Do you realize that it’s possible to make a cash profit of $15,000 to $25,000 or more on fixing and flipping one property? That’s a minimum! The Fix and Flip Home Study Guide can teach you how to make even more!
Do you own real estate in your own name or an LLC? If so, you are a sitting duck for tenant lawsuits, the IRS and code enforcement. Whether you own in your own name or an LLC, the information is public about who’s behind the ownership of your properties, and that makes it difficult to keep anonymity from your tenants and code enforcement officers. Your properties are subject to inquiries, lawsuits, and asset searches. In short, you are naked in a world of information – unless you use a little-known device… “land trusts”.
The Ultimate Guide to Rehabbing is all about minimizing your risk and taking control of your future rehab projects! Do you perform your due diligence when you acquire a property? Check comps, get an inspection and appraisal, insurance and taxes? Of course you do! So why do you leave the rehab to chance? Does the $30K+ rehab investment not matter to you???