Funding Client Interview – How This Investor Used The Condition Multiplier Method To Profit $36,342.44!

Cam here with a brand new Funding Client Interview!

I recently sat down with George Carr, one of our No Fee Funding clients, to learn how he used the Condition Multiplier Method on a distressed property find to make a ‘life-changing’ profit of over $36k in Monroe, NC!

This is George’s first deal using our NO FEE transactional funding and we couldn’t be more proud of him!

If George can do this, so can you! Click here to

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Wholesaling Real Estate: A Step-By-Step Overview

Wholesaling real estate doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, once you have the process down, it’s a relatively simple process that you can repeat over and over again, in as many markets as you choose.

Today our goal is to provide you with the steps for wholesaling real estate so you know exactly what steps are required to bring in your first or next profit check. This high-level overview is a great place to start so you can see where you’ll be going.

Let’s dig in…

Simple. To the Point. Highly Effective.

So here you go… a step-by-step, high-level

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What To Do If A Motivated Seller Backs Out

I’ve received many questions from students I’m mentoring about what to do if a motivated seller backs out of a deal.

Today, I’m sharing an interesting and difficult situation that happened to one of those clients. We’ll call him Oliver. He asked:

“I had a contract with a few sellers where the seller received higher offers after we agreed on a price. Do I file a notice of intent with the courthouse to prevent the sale of the house to the other buyer or just find another deal?”

See, very interesting question… 

Here’s The Deal…

So, if you have

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Your Power with Private Lenders—OWN IT

When I was answering a question about private lenders recently from a newer investor that I’m mentoring, I was reminded of something…

Of how easy it can be for those early in the game to misunderstand the value of what they bring to the table in the investor-private lender relationship. 

Many investors overlook or mistakenly downplay that value in their own mind and end up being way too generous or give up the farm when borrowing money from private lenders.

But, the moment you realize the big value proposition that you’re inviting private lenders to participate in, is the moment

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