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How to Raise Money for Real Estate - Grant Cardone
If you are looking to build wealth, there’s no better thing to get involved with than real estate. The problem for many is that It’s mental gravity to go small. If it’s worth doing 4 units, it’s worth doing 40 units. Grant talks about 3 things in this episode:
1.Know the product: You need to know and even love the product. Crime rate, insurance, worst case scenarios, NOI, what’s the break even, what are the properties around it? These are just some of the things you’ll need to really know before involving yourself in a deal.
2.Raise the money: Who’s your power base? Who’s going to pay you? It doesn’t take money to make money it takes courage. You have to raise money to go into bigger deals.
3.What’s the offer: What will you offer people? Grant offers 6% preferred return and then a 65/35. If you put 100K in a deal, he’d pay 6% a month in dividends plus 65% of whatever the return is. If you are offering someone a deal, maybe you’ll need to offer all the cash flow in year one. Get creative!
The bottom line is that you are better off going bigger later than starting small now. To get into some big, monster deals, contact [email protected] and get in with Grant today.
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So in my country where a 4 unit costs $3m, how do I raise $1.2m which is the minimum for a loan? Actually tell the people what they sell, thats the bit missing, the rest is easy, anybody can make money with money and courage. But getting your $1.2m when you are 50 is just rubbish. Like Tai, it all seems like a sales pitch.
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I really happy to working with all kind of different business choices. I do believing in you all can do it. I love this ideas that you can provides. I do love to be one of the investors, if I can then I will do the best of it. Love you all the energy’s for business ideas. Love xoxoxo
My real estate company specializes in multi family apartment buildings. We find, offer, and purchase commercial real estate and share a percentage with our investors. We do all the work, management, and due diligence, so that you can enjoy hands off passive income for life.
1. Grant get to the point
2. Let captain Ryan talk
3. Stop interrupting Ryan
4. Take this video and cut 75% of the garbage out and get to the point
You guys have good points but this is annoying watching a 1 hour video that should be 15 minutes
Hello Folks, Please join me celebrate Mr. Scott for being of a good help to my world, for years I have always fall victims of Scammers who pretends to be Private lenders thereby taking advantage of my curiosity of getting a LOAN, but today Larry has cleared my doubt. He funded me without long process. I was so crazy when I got credited by Scott Larry. Please you can meet him @ [email protected] this guy is so real.
Im highly interested in Real Estate investing. If you have under $20k raised for your first deal. And is struggling to raise money without assistance from your family members. What options do you suggestion I take first?
Hi Grant, Do you have a book or guide that shows you how to invest into apartments. I have a deal but I don't know how to get a bank loan for the deal or how to raise private money. Can you please help me. Email me at [email protected]
Don't understand why Grant keeps cutting people off - even his callers. One of the callers asked an excellent question (the Canadian). He said he had $250,000 saved and asked what his next step should be as far as investing. Grant started saying that you should look for a $1,000,000 deal and then immediately went off topic and suggested he come on board with his business. Then Grant keeps going off topic, saying that he likes to be in control of his money. I'd like to be in control of my money as well (especially my life savings) and I want to start at the bottom and learn the business from the bottom up like you did, Grant! Once I have money to play with and experience, I'll consider investing in your business!
Hi Krystal, my brother and I have bought over 13 properties this year without any cash or credit of our own... We found these deals through different marketing tactics. First, we networked with a group of attorneys, general contractors, insurance agents, brokers, property managers, etc. We bought them dinner/lunch and discussed ways we could add value to each other's business. Less than few weeks, we had deals flying into our email box from those sources. The best marketing is when the customers/deals come to YOU, instead of the other way! We show people how to do this ALL the time, come check out our YouTube channel! We have a video on it!
Love the shows G'! I started as a commercial agent brokering apartment buildings in 1999 in the OC then life got in the way and stopped. Now I'm San Diego back in the saddle and fired up on the multi-family again.
Hello Uncle G, I'm from Venezuela. Last year I bought an apartment in a city next to where I live, without any bank loan. But since then I couldnt live there because in spite of this place is brand new, it needs a lot of remodeling to make it liveable. At the momnet I'm unemplyed an this place is demanding money for energy, condo expenses, remodeling external areas, and so on. My questions is, do you have a piece of advice for me?, I wnat to get rid of it, at least to make growth my capital
There are occasional hints of this in his videos, but there is a HUGE GAP for most people, since surely most people won't catch the hints. He had mentioned continuing to succeed in his day job (not real estate), as well as finding other sources of income. He also mentioned sticking with friends and family for investors, which can be difficult but possibly the only way to jump big.
I know you're trying to be comedic Grant, but please get to the chase with Ryan, and all of us taking the time to watch your show. Cutting back on the amount of commercials for your products would be great as well. Also Ryan, most people don't have a BMW M3 to sell for a down payment on a fourplex. More realistic examples for those not part of the 1% yet would be great. Thanks.
Uncle G. First of all I want to thank you & your team for your passion & obsession in giving us endless advice. You guys are really 10X machines! I love listening/watching your shows every time I have the chance whether I am on my way to work or back home for more than 2 months now. I totally agree with you. I am still an employee but I'm starting looking for deals that make sense according to your advice. I know Philippines market is far different from the US though your numbers are universal & does work anywhere. I am telling my family & friends about you. I know your goal is to simply help people all over the world. We love you from the Philippines! ❤
Hey Grant, i'm a freshman in high school that has recently stumbled upon your channel and real estate investing in general. I am very interested in the topic and would like to learn more, if at all possible. What videos of yours would you recommend to watch first, and are there any good books out there that i should read and study to get to know this subject? Thanks in advance!
Tax leins are a great investment, I will do my research before investing. Thank you both for your comments. Don't condemn someone for their suggestions, all suggestions are welcomed. We must respects others point of view and humbly provide our point of view. If they are opposite oh that's the beauty of collaborated thinking. Have a blessed and productive day my friends.
I heard you say that you pay $113,000 for property taxes on your home per year, so the amount you pay for your 4,000 apartments must be through the roof. I actually work for a property tax consulting company where we specialize in lowering people's property taxes. We have a 90% success rate and work with nearly all forms of properties, commercial or residential. It is absolutely risk free to you because we work on a contingency basis (we only take a portion of the FIRST years savings). So, if any of the 4,000 Apartments you own are in Wisconsin or Illinois, feel free to reach out to me by replying or calling my number (920) 659-8378 and getting an absolutely free consultation on how much we believe we can save you. We do ALL the work and literally save people anywhere from tens of thousands of dollars to millions of dollars that they would have otherwise been paying.
Thanks for reading and feel free to reach out to me at any time to learn more!
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Hey Grant, I've learned tons from your videos on real estate in the past 2 weeks. I got your audio book be obsessed and it's shfited my mind set in 2-3 days. Your the fucking man dude. I'm going to be investing into your deals soon.
I told one friend who makes 150k-200k/year about investing in real estate. Right off the bat, "Could be a ponzi, could be a scam, too much risk, you could lose all your money, I'd rather invest in index fund, I'd rather go conservative route.'
Told another one of my friend who makes 150-200k/year about investing in real estate. Right off the bat 'Fuckk noo, what if a tenant leaves a window open and the pipes freeze, what if one person has bad hygiene.'
It's incredible how someone who makes $200k/year has the same mindset as someone whose making $40k a year.
I"m 24, in Canada, just sold cars for one year. Quit my pervious job, went from making 40k a year to now 70k.
Should I continue grinding/hustliing whips at the dealership and increase my income to 100k-150k/year(like you say to stay and focus on your current job) or should I look into other ventures to increase my income? You mentioned your top sales guys are making $450k a year.
To all you guys mad about them cutting each other off, it sucks but they don't follow a script, so it's bound to happen... They probably don't care because they are trying to be real and natural!!!!+++:))))
While this is all great and well. You all need to be careful what you are stating your return is going to be. If you do not spell this out in your PPM clearly and the deal goes south you will get sued. And the SEC might get involved and then you will go broke in court and maybe even go to jail. Also, you act like this stuff is easy. Putting these big deals together is not for newbies this stuff is very very difficult without a track record. Everyone is trying to get involved in the syndication stuff because they think this is easy, believe me this is not easy to find, raise, close and then manage these. This is just reality. It's great to be positive but you must be realistic.
Great material as always! One suggestion - Of all the videos I view of yours I constantly notice Ryan being cut off prematurely and I'm sitting there thinking, "ahhh what the heck was he going to say" because it was a pretty interesting point. Just my observation. Having the experienced Pro like Grant with the seasoned perspective vs. the student with his up and coming is a good contrast - assuming he is given some air time to speak as well. Good work nonetheless.
I like the capt.Ron but dude let the Master. Uncle G. do the talking please, I don't have time to listen to small talk. you're not helping so listen before you talk. Grant your being kind by saying he did the awesome, he did weak. to many contradictions interruptions. just be the assistant let Grant do the talking. when you have your jet you can do the talking.
The guy on the right is clueless. Says he bought his investment in 09 and kept it for 2 years, then contradicts himself and says he bought it in 2012 and sold it a few months ago. So that's 4 years.
He needs to get his facts right before talking.
The problem is not that Facebook and Google are the only advertising platforms. The problem is that they are considered mainstream media and without these two, the trend of cryptocurrencies gaining legitimacy is delayed. That is right, I said delayed not blocked or prevented.
The World Has Changed.
Five years ago, when bitcoin was unknown to most people, this might have been a fatal move. Today is a different story. I recently traveled to a remote mountain town in the interior of Mexico. Everyone I met had heard about Bitcoin and eyes lit up with excitement when I ask if I could pay for lunch with bitcoin.
Today are dozens of websites dedicated to cryptocurrencies, either holding them, exchanging them or just writing about them. Probably the most effective advertising remains on Google, it is called Google Search and it is free.
If someone wants to learn about owning bitcoin or any other currency, there is a ton of educational information.
The Flipside Is Being Ignored.
Not All Regulation Is Inherently Bad.
If we examine the full spectrum of regulation to this point on a global scale there is one common target most everywhere. That is the practice of exchanges. So far there has been little or not regulation, threatened or enacted, to protect investors from loss of funds due to security breaches.
Capitulation Is A Good Sign.