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Your Financial Freedom Flipping Homes
Scrutinize any successful cause-driven entrepreneur and you will find the
secret to their success comes from learning to master leverage in all they do.
They approach opportunities based on the amount of personal time and
energy spent to generate the return. They choose opportunities expected to
solve a problem in a unique way. Richard Branson is a great example: he
pledged to commit $3 billon or all the profits from his travel firms toward
global warming. He has donated to educational charities in Africa. Branson
started his first charity “Student Valley Centre “at age 17.
He persuaded Elton John to sing “Candle in the Wind” at Princess Diana’s
funeral. He is founder of the Virgin Group, one of the world’s most respected
and recognized brands with its sister companies employing approximately
50,000 people in 30 countries. Clearly he understands leverage and has
mastered the ability to create good for others and multiple streams of income
You can use the following leverage points in Real Estate to practically
guarantee your success. In this article you will be shown how each point can
add a new dimension of less work, less competition and a lower learning
curve. In a moment you will understand all the essential elements on leverage.
If you are willing to embrace the unknown then we have the right FREE
training and the right Real Estate Coach ready to speak to you one-on-one to
get you pointed in the right direction. In one conversation we can show you
how to master the unfamiliar and embrace the safest investing strategies to
get some very predictable results.
To demonstrate this we will examine these top reasons to invest in real estate,
unveiling the real untapped points of leverage of which many investors are
not aware. With FREE training and the right coach any wanna-be Real Estate
Investor can understand the relation of leverage points in flipping houses. You
can become your own mini-Branson of sorts.
Here are OUR TOP FIVE…
Contrasting mainstream investors to enlightened
Despite the carefully manufactured housing bubbles, you can slip in and out of
this contrived reality and make money from what these Too Big to Jail Wall
Street Banks continue to perpetuate. If you study the reports from RealtyTrac,
the facts prove beyond the shadow of a doubt the housing market recovery is
a complete and utter fraud. Corporate mainstream media do their usual spin
job on the report by focusing on the fact foreclosures in 2013 were the lowest
since 2007. Focusing on this meaningless fact Criminal Banks have delayed
foreclosures as part of their conspiracy to keep prices rising. This is to
convince the willfully ignorant masses the housing market is back to normal.
Mainstream investors: Are listening to the mainstream media always saying
“This is the best time to buy”
Be careful! When we are informed that 42%Of All U.S. Residential Sales are
Cash Purchases we must stop and ponder for a moment. In a normal healthy
real estate market, all-cash sales would be on the order of 4% to 5%. All-cash
sales means that Wall Street investors are using the Fed’s easy money to buy
up real estate on the cheap and drive up prices to make the suckers believe
that the housing boom is back so they can flip the deal in a few months and
walk away with a tidy profit before this manufactured bubble explodes. As it
Enlightened Investors: A jujitsu master uses the momentum of his opponent
to keep from getting taken down. The momentum is housing pricing on the
rise. They locate a house that has little equity, or a price driven seller. These
properties are everywhere.
The Strategy: Understanding that what goes up must come down, instead of
buying, holding and waiting for the appreciation, why not create it yourself?
You can locate any number of properties where the seller is willing to sell
within 95-100% of retail (that’s a real tough one). If the seller has moved and
the house is vacant (also everywhere), ask if they would lease it for 12-24
months to cover their payments. Offer the house to a credit-challenged buyer
who is willing to pay 10-15% over market. This allows you to create the future
appreciation now and capture that upside immediately.
Because this buyer is closing on the house in 24 months, he is really just
signing a purchase today of a predicted price in the future. Follow me here,
this is where it gets fun. Assign the contract you created with that new buyer
back to the original seller, keep 75% of the collected deposit as your earned
fee!! You have manufactured the benefit of the appreciation without waiting
for the appreciation. Does this make sence? If it does then we want to talk to
you. We are looking for partners just like in this video. We are willing to train
you for free first to see if it’s a good fit. Then you will be assigned a coach who
will interview you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHJjlaN6GJo
2. Passive Income -
The traditional manner of investing in real estate is locating a property that
can be purchased at a discount. Maybe a fixer or rehab, either way it generally
requires 10-20% of the price skin in the game. The down payment is the
assurance most private lenders require to make sure you don’t buy the house
then ride off into the sunset. Holding real estate can be a very passive
investment that provides returns higher than stocks and bonds. With the
ability to outsource property management, investors can still make good
returns while playing a very hands-off roll. There are artificial cycles that are
created. When the bubble bursts, consumer confidence drops, inventory
increases and rents drop. The undesired side effect is when the property is
overleveraged it makes the rental income less than the payment, taxes and
expenses. There is a different way to leverage. Remember we are on our way
to becoming a mini-Branson
Enlightened Investors: Although our free training shows you many unique
variations, one of these is how to make passive money on vacation rentals.
These are houses in resort-like settings such as Park City Utah, Silver Springs
Florida, the Florida Keys, Mount Shasta and all the really great places that you
would want to go spend a week when the house doesn’t have a renter.
The strategy: Can you lease-purchase the house and instead of renting by the
month, rent by the week? Could you structure a private investor to put up the
down payment and get seller financing? Yes you can, and by doing so you are
getting the benefits by taking over debt that has a better interest rate. Then
turn it over to the management company to do the rest. The house covers the
payments for a year during the season, and you take it month to-month during
the off season. When the house is vacant, you go down to the beach and spend
a week contemplating, relaxing and time with the family. Learn how to put
passive income on steroids and do it in a way that keeps your investing
recession and bubble proof:
3. High Leverage -
With Real estate investing leverage is everything. You cannot finance stocks
and bonds with a loan, but you can with real estate. Most leverage today is
done by using the smaller down payment as collateral to get the rest. Let’s use
a 100k house example: By having a lender, be it private or institutional, you
can put up $10-$20k to get another $80k.
The strategy: What if you have no money down and you still want to play the
leverage game to get into real estate? Can you become your own private
lender? Necessity is the mother of invention and using leverage in a whole
new way can put you in a position to become your own bank. Do you think
Branson used money from his personal bank account to start Virgin Airlines
or did he lever the power of OPM? (Other People’s Money). Using this lesson
we look to leverage the homeowner who has already put up the money to buy
the house and now wants to sell it.
The Enlightened Investor: The homeowner who has purchased the house
has had to carry the burden of repairs, taxes, insurance, and the down
payment at the time of purchase. When you are able to control a house
through equitable interest, you use a contract document as the down
payment. We teach you through the free training and our real estate coach
that you can use a flex option on a price with the seller. In this case seller
wants $85,000 and the house is worth $100,000. When you locate a buyer by
running a few Craig’s list ads and locate a buyer willing to pay $95,000 you get
to keep anything above $85,000 as earned fee! The road to becoming your
own bank is contracting and selling about one of these little 10k deals per
month over the course of a year. You have earned around $100,000 and are
able to go the traditional route and put up the 10-20% on houses that you
wish to buy for rehab or to be able to rent. Or…you never go the traditional
route and keep all the money in your own account at Hip National Bank. Does
this make more since to you?
4. High ROI
Investors measure their Rate of Investment as a profitability ratio, to divide
net profit by total assets. In economic terms investors are looking at ROI in
relation to capital invested. Using any of the examples we have discussed and
all of the ones we teach, we do not invest any of our own money. Yet we
control an asset that someone else who has followed the traditional way of
investing. For example, he is coming up with the down payment, the monthly
carry and maintenance responsibility, i.e. all the outgo.
The strategy: You come waltzing along and get a flex option to sell via lease-
purchase, owner-finance, an option or assignment allowing you to locate a
buyer for a fee. This constitutes an investment of time not hard money. Is this
a good rate of investment? It certainly is. I think they call this infinity. Do you
believe you can do this? All you need is a little training and a coach to walk
you through any questions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHJjlaN6GJo
5. Retirement Income -
Once you follow the steps that we teach, it leads to a land of opportunity. This
means creating a future with a predictable financial ending. Who knows,
maybe someday you may be ready to stop working, start traveling, or
spending your time doing non-income producing activities. Does this sound
like a fairy tale? During the course of taking care of your monthly cash flow
needs, there will be times when you can close a deal and put the money in the
bank to earn interest, right? No way! This is the traditional mindset.
The strategy: Open a self directed ROTH IRA and make the contribution of a
few hundred bucks. Now use that IRA to make the earnest money deposit for a
deal using the strategies we have discussed. Your assignment deal closes and
there is a profit check of $10,000. That is a directed investment and it stays in
your IRA ready to be directed TAX DEFERRED to the next investment.
Enlightened Investors do things that allow them to break away from the
traditional “Matrix” of real estate investing. We use strategies that do not
require personal liability, or using lenders and having to play by their rules.
By unplugging from the system itself we are free from market manipulation.
We don’t have to speculate because we are not playing by the traditional rules.
Where do you want to see your investing future: as a card carrying member of
the “orthodox” real estate investing, subject to risk, and volatile fluctuations?
Or are you a Richard Branson subject only to your own free will of creative
real estate investing? The good news is that you get to choose how fast and
how far you want to take this.
About the Author: Jeff Kaller is a real estate investor looking for
partners. He is offering a free real estate training video tutorial series, and real estate
coaching that show you how to locate, evaluate, control and flip properties that are free and
clear, have partial equity, no equity, overleveraged or properties in default.
For more information: http://www.thejeffkaller.net