Where & How To Attract Funding Partners For Your Next Deals

Can you imagine yourself in this situation?

You can’t walk five feet without someone asking you about the apartment deals you have, and your pockets are already full of business cards from other investors wanting to get in on your deals. (82 cards)

You now have more potential financing partners than you’ve ever had in your whole career investing in real estate.

To top it off, this was only day 1 out of 3 days of networking…

This is what happened to Christian Dubost. 

A friend of his invited him to Ultimate Partnering in 2019.

The fact that English is his second language did not stop him from attending the networking event. He embraced this opportunity to stand out from the crowd to attract the financial partners his business needed. Dubost was creative about it, and we believe that it gave him a tremendous advantage in finding his partners.

“It’s not just an experience, but a practical means of meeting knowledgeable, substantial people.”

On the first out of three days Dubost already had more than 10 qualified financing partners…

On day 2 he said: “I can’t walk 5 feet without having someone walk up to me, and I have met absolutely fabulous potential partners.”

In regards to Ultimate Partnering 2020 – “I don’t care if it is in Boston or not in Boston, I’m flying where I have to.” 

“It’s not just an experience, but a practical means of meeting knowledgeable, substantial people.”

Do you plan on growing your real estate investing business in 2020? 

If you need to attract financing partners all you need is to attend all 3 days at Ultimate Partnering.

So now you’re in front of your prospects. How do you present yourself?

Although, there’s no cookie cutter guide that guarantees you to successfully convince others to partner with you. There are principles that if you don’t follow could cost you your reputation as a credible real estate partner.  

Follow these 4 Steps to Attracting Financing Partners:

1 – Know their investment goals

Understand what matters to them. The way you approach a real estate investor about a property shouldn’t be the same way you pitch a property to traditional buyers and sellers. You need to understand your client’s investment strategy: Buy, fix, and flip? Buy, rehab, and rent?

Figure out what they feel comfortable investing in before you begin pitching your deal.

2 – Identify the timeline of real estate investors

What’s their investment horizon? Is this a long-term hold with a five- to ten-year profit window, or does the investor need to sell the property before purchasing another one? The more you know about your investor’s timeline, the more useful you can be.

Knowing where they are at currently better helps you position your investing opportunity as a common sense move for them.

3 – Demonstrate a strong return on investment

Chances are you’ll have to offer something commensurate to alternative investments. If you’re buying foreclosure houses or commercial short sales, the returns generated should be very high – you can afford to pay a good return to a private investor and profit handsomely yourself.

4 – Do your market homework

Once you understand their objectives, your talents as a local market expert come in handy. What neighborhoods are hot right now? What areas are up-and-coming? Where are the best schools? Where are the new jobs located?

Knowing just the numbers of your property may not be enough for investors to bite. You should know how well the market in that area is doing.

You must demonstrate confidence in your deals, And most importantly

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