www.privatemoneyblueprint.com A couple of our Platinum clients, Carlton and Nancy Linder, recently discovered an emerging market… and within a few weeks, put a contract on a 34 unit apartment deal (their first multi-family property). Check out the video to learn how. – Patrick
www.privatemoneyblueprint.com I came across an interesting article on CNN Money and wanted to share it with you called, “The Coming Millionaire Boom.” Watch my video to see how the real estate market cycle (and the current phase we’re in) plays into this and how you can position yourself to be on of the “millionaires to come.” Enjoy – Patrick
www.privatemoneyblueprint.com I was on the phone with one of our Private Money Blueprint members last week and he shared an awesome resource with me. It’s a loan servicing company that he says gives him HUGE credibility… and handles a ton of the detail work after he closes a private money deal (ie payments to his lenders, filing 1099s, etc). Check out the video to learn more. – Patrick
I lost my job shortly after entering into this lease with option to buy. I put ,500 up front and any amount over the rent 0 was to go toward the downpayment. The landlord will not make any repairs. I have paid for all of the repairs and upkeep of the house for almost two years. I have however been late with the rent several times. He has accepted it but continues to charge late fees on a ongoing basis and each month says that he is going to put me out. I have invested all the money that I had into this house and he wants me to move out and he keeps all of the money. I don’t think this is right since I have made all repairs and upkeep to the house since I have been here. Is there anything that I can do legally?
If one wants to save the most money possible, would it be cheaper to rent out a mobile home, apartment, or to buy a foreclosure? Which one is the CHEAPEST and will save me MONEY?
Hi Bill, lol, thanks you mentioned that. 🙂 Thought I’d reword my question. Townhomes are usually expensive.
www.privatemoneyblueprint.com If you’re struggling to get private money for your real estate deals, check out this video. I go over the # 1 objection investors face when getting private money and how to handle it. This is something I shared with attendees at our epic Getting The Money Bootcamp last year and they loved it! Enjoy – Patrick
www.privatemoneyblueprint.com Here’s another one of our ninja techniques for getting private money. When you put this simple technique to work for you… other people start asking for more info on your private lending opportunities. That way, you never come across as a salesman. Pretty cool, ehhh? If you have any questions, toss ’em in the comment area. – Patrick
going to lease a home from someone. 3 yrs. during 3yrs. if the owner gets sued,or accident his fault can who ever come back on the leasor during the 3 yrs? using the property as payment.
example. im leasing a home the owner gets sued,or he dies and he has medical bills the state goes after property during the 3 yr. lease.can the state get there money?
www.privatemoneyblueprint.com This is one of our ninja strategies for attracting private money, the Half Minute Private Money Hook. It’s word-for-word what to say to someone when they ask what you do. And here’s the cool thing about it… it gets other people asking you for more information on your private lending opportunities. So, you never come across as a salesman. Watch the video now… and leave a comment with your thoughts, questions, etc. Happy Private Money Getting! – Patrick