The Ultimate Money Raisers Mastermind
– Starts April 21st, 2015 -

Julie Broad

Ready to grow your portfolio using other people’s money?

Want to attract money to you so you don’t even have to go looking?

Do you want to be known as the real estate expert in your area?

This just might be the perfect opportunity for you …

The goal isn’t just that you are raising money with ease, or that you have a great website, or that you are getting published in newspapers or magazines (although those are all things you’ll likely be doing at the end of our four months together) – the goal is that you will end this program knowing how to be yourself AND exude authority, expertise and confidence.

You will do the right things to be invited to speak at cool events and meetings, interviewed for newspaper articles as the area expert, and contacted when someone wants to sell their house, invest their money, or learn more about building their wealth like you have.

And, when they want to discuss investing their money into your deals, you will know exactly what to say to determine if they are a fit and get them to say YES!

You will be the authority in your community and that will help you catapult your business in terms of growth, reputation and reach. You will be a money magnet. It doesn’t matter if you want private money, joint ventures or RRSP’s … or all three. You will know the technical details of how each works AND you will know what to say (and what NOT to say) to get a YES!

It takes workm but you will know exactly what to do so you save time and energy getting the results you want. And you’ll have our support and the support of your mastermind group every step of the way.

All the details are here:


There are only 7 spaces in this mastermind. You won’t see a group focused specifically on raising money like this again.


Internation Book AwardMore than Cashflow was honoured to be an award winning book in the 2014 International Book Awards.

More Than Cashflow BookAmerican Book Fest announced the winners and finalists of THE 2014 INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS (IBA) on May 21, 2014. Over 300 winners and finalists were announced in over 80 categories. Awards were presented for titles published in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

Keen says of the awards, “The 2014 results represent a phenomenal mix of books from a wide array of publishers throughout the world. With a full publicity and marketing campaign promoting the results of IBA, this year’s winners and finalists will gain additional media coverage for the summer season.”

Keen adds, “IBA’s success begins with the enthusiastic participation of authors and publishers and continues with our distinguished panel of industry judges who bring to the table their extensive editorial, PR, marketing, and design expertise.”

AMERICAN BOOK FEST covers books from all sections of the publishing industry—mainstream, independent, & self-published. More information can be found at http://www.AmericanBookFest.com


  • 7 Things to Know About Why You Can’t Get Financing at the Bank

    Financing wallIf you are investor who owns several properties or planning on building a portfolio of investment properties, you must have heard about the “financing wall”.

    What is “the wall”?

    Is there really one?

    If there is one, how can you avoid hitting it?

    If you hit it or believe you are about to hit it, what can you do?

    The wall simply refers to the maximum number of properties you can finance as an investor.

    Most investors are under the impression that once their portfolio reaches five properties; they will no longer be able to grow their portfolio. Others have …

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  • How to Stay Happily Married While You Invest in Real Estate Together

    real estate investing as a coupleStanding at the front of the room of the workshop I was teaching for Canadian Real Estate Wealth’s Investor Forum, I jokingly said “Dave’s not here so I can totally blame this one on him …

    Everyone laughed as I shared a quick snippet from More than Cashflow about our two lemon properties we owned in Niagara Falls. I was making a joke, but it wasn’t even a little funny at the time. Those lemons were one of several major issues that we’ve faced together that nearly tore us apart.

    Investing together as a couple has tremendous rewards.  …

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  • Are You Celebrating Your Real Estate Goals Too Soon?

    The two most dangerous words in the English Language are ‘Good Job’” ~ Terrence Fletcher, instructor in the movie Whiplash (played by J.K. Simmons)

    Real Estate Goal SuccessYou’ve pushed yourself.

    At some point, probably even recently, you had to work really hard to overcome an obstacle. That obstacle could have been finding an investment market area that makes sense for you and your goals. It could be building the right team to help you with a major renovation. Or, it could be finding two new joint ventures to buy four more properties this year.

    Whatever it was, you moved yourself closer

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  • 39 Website Resources for Canadian Real Estate investors

    Getting information off the Internet is like taking drink from a fire hydrant. – Mitchell Kapor

    Websites for Real Estate InvestorsI have a confession to make. I hate the Internet.

    Okay, well maybe that’s not totally true. But I certainly have a love-hate relationship with it.

    On the good days, I marvel at how quickly I can put my finger on a precise fact or figure or locate an invaluable resource for my real estate business. I count my lucky stars at just how available access to great information is.

    Then there are the bad days, when the Internet is like a …

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  • How to Break Up a Real Estate Joint Venture

    Break up a real estate joint ventureWhat if my investor wants out of the joint venture deal?

    Our worst partnership was created when I was more focused on my new career after graduating from my MBA than I was on our real estate portfolio. It was 2004. Dave had begun to dream really big and had met someone to work with on these big plans.

    This guy was a creator and innovator. He had started a company that was growing rapidly and was already winning some business awards. He was an idea man and was well connected to a lot of people with money …

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  • The Questions to Ask Yourself Before Investing in Small Towns

    investing in small towns Nice properties in nice areas with good cash flow were getting harder and harder to find in my home town of Ottawa. Frustrated with the lack of inventory, I decided to look deeper into my native province, Saskatchewan, thousands of kilometers away.

    At the time, a particular small town in Saskatchewan was hopping with work and had the highest average rent in the province. That really got my attention.

    I realized years later that booming small towns can be a good place for investment, but you really need to know your market and what you are getting into.

    It was …

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  • What is a Sandwich Lease?

    Sandwich Lease It sounds more tasty than it is … a sandwich lease is a creative real estate investing strategy that you’ll usually hear about when someone talks about no money down and no bank required type deals.

    The advantage is that you, the investor that puts the deal together, can earn a bit of upfront cash along with pocketing some monthly cashflow and profit when the final sale on the property occurs.

    If you are able to pull it off, it really is a strategy where you can do real estate deals without going on title, without talking to a bank, …

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