From time to time I like to share with you some of my live events. Today’s episode of my Cash Flow Diary podcast is one of those occasions. It’s the first of a two-part series. If you couldn’t be with me for the actual live FIBI event in Pasadena this will be the next best thing.
My challenge to you is to listen, take notes and go write an offer on a piece of property! Even if you don’t have cash, credit or a good credit score, I promise it doesn’t matter. It shouldn’t stop you. You can make the offer and then raise the private capital. (That’s exactly how I started in real estate investing… and have continued to raise capital since.)
You’ll hear me say that I’m pretty darned great at raising private capital and use it to buy assets. It’s not brain surgery; it takes commitment and taking the right steps. If you follow my seven-step plan as I have laid it out in this live event you will do just fine. You won’t need any bank funding. You can do this without a bank.
Listen to how I share with the audience that we can’t be afraid to talk to strangers and ask them to let us use their cash and credit in our deals. Learn something very important… that as real estate investors, we solve problems. That’s converse to how you might think about investing. A lot of people go out and try to find deals first. That’s wrong thinking. If you’re approaching real estate that way you’re doing things backwards.
This is a great episode because you’ll get a lot of statistics about what’s wrong in the world and how you as a real estate investor can solve these problems. You’ll learn how to take your ideas from your brain to the real world! Learn more. LISTEN NOW.
CFD 595 – Move At The Speed Of Instruction Q&A
CFD 594 – Short Term Rental Math and Your Magic Number
CFD 593 – The Key Short Term Rental Systems That Allow You To Scale Your Business To Six Figures
CFD 592 – Cashflow Diary Roadmap Q&A
CFD 591 – Getting Landlords To Say Yes
CFD 590 – The Secret To Raising Capital From Investors
CFD 589 – Why Short Term Rentals?
CFD 588 – The 10 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Got Started In Real Estate