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Lesson Learned: Don’t be a Motivated Buyer!

Lesson Learned: Don’t be a Motivated Buyer!

Hey, Patrick here… Today I’m really excited to pull the curtain back on one of our members-only coaching calls and share with you some powerful lessons that one of our coaching students over at Strategic Investment Insider Circle asked during one of our coaching call sessions. (Side Note: Are you aware that we do monthly […]

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Do You Need A Short-Term Private Money Loan?

Do You Need A Short-Term Private Money Loan?

Have you ever had a deal where you needed short-term private money funding? There are often situations where you need cash to close a deal… but don’t need to borrow it for a long period of time. For instance… Maybe you’re flipping a deal and already have a buyer in place… but don’t want to […]

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How To Prevent Private Money Lenders From Backing Out

How To Prevent Private Money Lenders From Backing Out

Have you ever had a private lender commit funds to you… only to get cold feet and back out of the deal?If so, you’re not alone. It happens to many of us. After a couple lenders backed out on me early on in my career leaving me high and dry, I finally learned how to handle this problem […]

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How to Find Hidden Profit Centers in Your Deals

How to Find Hidden Profit Centers in Your Deals

Alrighty, I put together a brand new video for ya on finding hidden profit centers in your deals. I walk you through a real world situation from last week with one of my Platinum coaching students, Jason Tooley. Through the negotiation process with a seller of a 48 unit deal, I told Jason to ask […]

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Swipe This Negotiating Tip to Get Seller Financing

Swipe This Negotiating Tip to Get Seller Financing

I was talking with one of my friends recently, Justin Lee, who shared a great negotiating tip to get seller financing. Not sure about you, but I LOVE seller financing. … because any amount of the purchase price that the seller is willing to accept in payments over time is less cash that’s needed at […]

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