What is Private Lending?

"Private lending" in the real estate context simply means loaning money to an individual or company for purchase and rehab of a specific property and receiving a fixed rate of return for a fixed term and/or participating in the equity gains that may result upon sale of the property.

The main advantage of private lending is that it allows individuals to participate in real estate transactions without being involved in the operation of a real estate purchase, rehab and resale business.

Fire Wall Street!

In "Private Lenders Secrets Revealed," co-author Glenn Stromberg explains how to get on the winning side of the wealth transfer that is happening in this country by investing on your "local street" rather than Wall Street.

Using the "JV Model" where an active partner handles the management of the real estate and a capital partner provides funding for the deal, both parties win as long as the deal is structured in a good way.

Want to learn more about private lending?

Start by reading "Private Lender Secrets Revealed" and then give us a call. We'll be happy to discuss whether private lending makes sense for you and your portfolio.

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Go for the Win-Win

"Private Lenders Secrets Revealed" explains how private lenders and real estate investors can work together and create mutually beneficial partnerships.

Here's an excerpt from Chapter 15: "Managing Real Estate Investments - or Not" that discusses the JV relationship:

By leveraging joint venture relationships, more deals are done, with each person able to devote his or her time to what he or she does best. This is the most efficient way to build one's wealth and future passive-income streams. Participating in more deals provides diversification as well.

Think about it this way: Where is your time best used? What is the value of your time? If your time is best utilized working in your job, career or profession, then that is how you should spend your working hours, not learning to manage rental property.

By sharing the overall returns with your active co-venture partner, your return will be "good enough" and you will not have the stress or extra work required to manage this new investment. Spend your discretionary time on hobbies and leisure activities with your family. After all, that's what freedom is all about.

Your active co-venture managing partner will handle the management details. That person already has a proven track record (partner due diligence is discussed in Chapter 16). This is the business of the active partner, who spends his or her working hours finding, negotiating, closing and then managing these investment properties for a share of the cash flow and equity.

This is what the active partner does. Let him/her do it.

Want to learn more about private lending?

Start by reading "Private Lender Secrets Revealed" and then give us a call. We'll be happy to discuss whether private lending makes sense for you and your portfolio.

Get a free copy of the book!

Email us at info@stromberginvestmentgroup.com

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