How to Raise Capital For Your Real Estate Transactions – Strategic Real Estate Coach

Private Money, Real Estate
Get 2 Free Reports here: http://www.strategicrealestatecoach.com/secrets

Raising capital is not a matter of marketing, or overcoming objections. It’s about knowledge, understanding how money works and understanding how the money you’re going to borrow from private lenders gets put into play. On top of that, it’s about understanding what else is out there that you’re competing against. When you meet with private lenders, if you understand the mechanics of how money works and how private lenders get paid, you will be able to raise capital for your real estate transactions.

In this video I walk you through an actual private lending scenario. I explain all the numbers in the deal, including how much I borrowed from a private lender and how much that lender will earn back from their investment. I walk you through the math and show you the exact ROI and when the lender gets their money back.

Email coaching@srecnow.com

Leave a comment on our blog at http://www.strategicrealestatecoach.com

************************************

STRATEGIC REAL ESTATE COACH is dedicated to giving real estate investors and agents the best, most up to date resources, training, tools, techniques, tips, videos, news, interviews and insider information on today’s best strategies and techniques for investing in real estate in today’s troubled market. This includes marketing for motivated seller leads, wholesaling, rehabs, rentals, foreclosures, pre-foreclosures, REO’s, short sales, raising funding and financing, asset protection, internet marketing, and much much more.

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Boston, San Francisco and New York take aim at closing the pay gap
Oil could rise $10 per barrel after drone attack forces Saudi to cut output in half
Poverty And Affordable Housing – California’s New Rent Control Law Will Make Things Worse
Largest ever real estate fund closes in show of market confidence
Big Opioid Settlements, Big Tax Write Offs. Any Questions?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *