Now is possibly the best time in our lifetimes to buy real estate–if you have the money! Sellers are desperate and they want cash. But where to get it.
With banks reluctant to lend to other banks, let alone you, traditional financing alone is not going to get the deal done.
Actually, there is a huge amount of money out there looking for an investment home (and you could be that home). It's from investors who have pulled their money out of a crashing stock market. They are diligently looking for a place to invest it.
Want to be in the path of that investment money–$100,000's or even Millions of Dollars?
Then pay attention:
Dr Richard Odessey, master investor after years of being turned down trying to borrow money from friends and family, decided to make a study of what made people invest their money. He found that raising Private Money was not "easy" like he was told, because it required preparation and planning.
After years of trial and error, Richard developed a system that incorporates continual improvement and is affordable for anyone. It's called the Investor Wealth-Network. You'll be learning how to raise Millions for your deals.
Forget about trying to squeeze water out of a rock, by badgering your destitute friends or family. With these secrets you'll learn how to go for the gold-high net worth individuals (friend or stranger) and private funds that could write a check for $100K without even blinking.
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You will be glad you did! Happy investing. Nancy Geils