Never Walk Away From a Great Deal Because You Don’t Have the Money Again
Learn how to have comfortable conversations that get cash!
No more awkward elevator pitches, meetings that are a waste of time, or people who say they might be interested but never commit.
After this training you’ll be able to get meetings with the right potential investors, you’ll have the words to say to handle objections, control the meeting and get a yes.
Do You Want a Systematic Approach to Creating a Conversation that Gets the Cash?
That’s what we’re teaching. Phil W. from BC got quick results after he completed the training. Here’s what he said:
“My partner was thrilled to put in 70,000 and get a rate of just under 14% (estimated) on his money.
50- 50 split on cash flow, mortgage pay down and property appreciation. Thanks for your help. It allowed me to reach my goal quicker.”
Grab your spot today. Class begins March 19th, 2014.
Only 8 spots left:
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Too many people put up a blog, post a link on Facebook and think that they are going to get blog readers.
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The laws are different in every province and every state, so you have to look up your specific area but this will be a good general guide for most landlords.
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I’ve even written about the dangers of emotional real estate decisions.
The problem with believing there is NO place for emotion in your real estate investing is that it ignores the simple fact that emotions actually allow us to make wise decisions and think clearly. Emotions help streamline our thinking so we can process many factors into a choice.
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It was 8am on Boxing Day. Even after all the Christmas consumption, I’d managed to get myself up from my bed and out the door, and was now staring at Barbara. I was getting scared. She looked like she was really going to hurt me. “Maybe I should walk away from this one,” I thought as I looked around the room at the folks who were also going to take on Barbara. But, nobody was heading for the door – they were just getting ready for the battle.
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Do you need a website as a real estate investor? Should you be active on social media?
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