I went from O trucks to 7 Trucks via private investment group. I am currently working with private investors on different real estate deals. I am taking what I learned to show you how to create a private investment group. I believe collaboration will help more investors get in the game. When I joined various Apartment investing groups and real estate investment groups I realize how powerful they can become.
I believe banks are trained to look for red flags, so much so they refuse to move quickly or make loans on new startups. This is where people have the power to quickly raise $30,000 to $100,000 dollars for small deals big investors are ignoring.
I will go over pitfalls, watching out for common mistakes, and exiting strategies.
Banks are moving slower than ever. hard money loans are sucking you dry with points and paperwork. Real estate crowdfunding sites are getting better. The best investment you can ever make is in people. You can get on social media and connect with friends, family, sharing deals. You have to be careful because of SEC rules.
1. What you need to do before raising capital.
a. get educated
b. develop a track record
c. take a personal inventory
d. create a business plan
2. Finding Deals
a getting your name known
b. deal provider rotation list
c. key to success
3. finding Cash investors.
a. what makes a cash buyer a good fit
b. why do they need you?
c. real estate equity
4. Where to find cash investors
a. Fear of asking for money
b. most common cash investor questions
c. follow up
d. what makes cash buyer a good fit
5. How to turn idea into reality.
a. your personality
b. enrollment process
6. how to structure the private loan
a. private loan pitfalls
b. documents for setting up a private loan
c. beginning and end in mind
7. how to structure private equity deals
a. which cash investor is right for equity deals
b. setting up equity structure
c. The operating agreement
d. staying in compliance with the SEC
e. common mistakes
8. management, exiting and more
a. Investor relations plan
b. exit strategies
c. beyond the deal