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Private Lending 101
Mar 02, 2019, 9:00 AM
San Mateo
Real Estate Can Be Challenging

Whether you are a new investor or have been investing for years, there is always something that can make or break your deal.

Common mistakes to traditional real estate investing include:

•Partnering with the wrong person

•Not understanding the law

•Missing a crucial number or step

•Analysis paralysis

•Tenants

Who Is This Course For?

•New to real estate

•Tired landlords, rehabbers, wholesalers

 

•Those looking for more passive income tools

“Investing in yourself is the best investment you will ever make. It will not only improve your life, it will improve the lives of all those around you.” ―Robin Sharma

Want Consistent Returns?

As a private lender you are the lien holder on a property.

 

Therefore, you get paid before everyone else at closing. No more guessing how much you will make.

Afraid of losing control?

Learn how to be part of any deal so that you are not personally liable for the deal or the other investors in the deal.

 

All while positioning yourself to have more control if something does goes wrong from a contractual and legal perspective.

Want to simplify your time and investment strategies?

We do too! An added advantage to being a private lender is that everyone is your friend, including other private lenders.

Similar to how rehabbers hire GCs, private lenders have deal sponsors to manage the loan.

COURSE AGENDA:
Day 1: March 2nd, 2019

•Understand the real estate spectrum of active versus passive

•Know your career progression as a private lender and how it can integrate with your other real estate skillsets

•How to protect yourself in every deal

•Basic process flow with actionable steps

•How to handle foreclosures in judicial and non-judicial circumstances

•Case studies and more!!!

Day 2: March 3rd, 2019

•Site visit of current deal to walk through numbers and final class exercise

•BBQ and networking

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