Raise more money (other people's money!) for your next real estate deal with the practical tips and techniques in this book!
Are you ready to help other investors build their wealth while you build your real estate empire? The road map outlined in this book helps investors looking to inject more private capital into their business--the most effective strategy for growth! Author and real estate investor Matt Faircloth helps you learn how to develop long-term wealth from his valuable lessons and experiences in real estate: Get the truth behind the wins and losses from someone who has experienced it all.
Whether you're a new or seasoned real estate investor, you'll discover new ideas and motivation while learning a detailed strategy to acquire, secure, and protect private money in your first--or next--real estate deal.
- Private money partners in places you didn't know existed
- The prerequisites needed to start raising money
- How to structure debt and equity deals and when to use each strategy
- The best way to provide win-win deals to all money partners
- How to protect all parties involved in a private money transaction
- Proper private equity exit strategies
- And so much more!
Matt Faircloth is the cofounder and president of the DeRosa Group, a real estate investment company that specializes in buying and renovating dilapidated properties. Matt and his wife, Liz, started investing in real estate in 2004 with a $30,000 loan. DeRosa owns and controls a diverse portfolio consisting of residential and commercial assets throughout the East Coast and has completed more than $30 million in real estate transactions involving private capital. Matt and Liz are active contributors to the BiggerPockets community and parents to two adorable kids. Joe Fairless controls over $135,000,000 of real estate with a specific focus on value-add multifamily acquisitions. He's also host of the popular podcast; Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever show which is the world's longest-running daily real estate podcast. Past interview guests include Barbara Corcoran and Robert Kiyosaki. He currently resides in Cincinnati, Ohio and is on the Alumni Advisory Board for The College of Media and Communication at Texas Tech University and the Board of Directors for Junior Achievement.