I was shocked when I received an email from my investor partner (the one who is working directly with my students...for the first time ever) and he informed me that he agreed to do a loan for $960,000 on a property deal in California. I wasn't sure what shocked me more. That he actually held true to his promise of giving up to $1 million for a short-term 18-month loan or that this is the 6th loan he's done in the past 3 weeks for my students who are working directly with him.
For those of you who missed out on working with this investor partner, that sucks for you. It really was a rare opportunity.
I'm allowing more students to participate with direct partnerships with him. This is for those of you who will be personally trained by me in understanding EVERY element of cash flowing real estate...starting on September 22nd when the training will begin.
You see, this investor partner is doing more loans than partnership deals. His reasoning is that most of the partnership deals coming through are being presented by students who "clearly have no idea as to what they're doing" (his exact words as per his email). And being that I hadn't done any real estate mentorship groups at all this entire year (or for about a year, for that matter), I decided to take this opportunity to do an 8-week online mentorship group with 8 weekly 60- to 90-minute (each) webinar trainings to show you exactly what you need to know (from beginning to end) on finding, analyzing, and securing your first piece of cash flowing investment real estate.
If you didn't listen to my audio seminar yet on this special upcoming group, CLICK HERE NOW.
At the very end of this group, all participating students will be able to submit up to 3 deals within 30 days after the group ends. The beauty of this entire thing is that each student in the group will fully understand exactly how to find and present these deals to him, dramatically increasing the odds of their deals being accepted from about, say roughly, 10% to 20% (without the training) to 80% or higher (I'm guessing, of course) because of the intense training behind them on how to get it done.
Reality is, investors want to work with people who they feel they can trust with a deal...someone who seems like they know what they're doing. And if you're failing in one of the many components from presenting the numbers of the deal to looking professional then you're dead in the water, even if you have the greatest cash flowing deal since the crash of the market and getting something for pennies on the dollar.
See you at the top!