Creative Financing Lab Series Ep 3 » Why You Should NEVER Do Deals In Your Own Name
04.28.2021 - By Real Estate Investing Mastery Podcast
I leaned in hard to creative financing when I saw how many leads I was throwing away. That’s the beauty of this strategy; You make more deals possible when you offer sellers speed and convenience to get out of their house quickly. Join Pace Morby, Matt Theriault, and Me LIVE every Wednesday at 8 a.m. PST and 11 a.m. EST as we talk high-level creative financing strategies. We’ll take your questions, and you’ll get a chance to network with other real estate investors right in the comments. Whenever you talk about creative financing options, you’re going to hear people object to it. “It’s illegal, immoral, and fattening”, insist the lawyers and real estate agents. They’re wrong. Real estate agents aren’t taught how to comp things in school, and they don’t understand creative financing. Those that say it can’t be done should get out of the way of the people doing it, says Matt Theriault. Both Matt and Pace share some of their favorite strategies for finding creative financing deals, and it might surprise you that they don’t agree. That’s part of the magic; there’s a little something for everyone. When you’re starting a business, you’re concerned about finding buyers and sellers. But once you’ve started building and adding management, you become a lot more concerned about your massive tax bill. Doing deals in your own name puts a huge target on your back. Can you imagine if your tenants knew that you were a big YouTube star? Pace names some of his favorite resources to protect his assets, so be sure and check them out. What's Inside: —Do you need a bigger buyers list? Or just a bigger sucker than you? —Set your company up right from the beginning and save yourself millions down the road. —Pace’s biggest regret in his lease option formula. —How do I get my tax burden to zero? Tax depreciation is the magic sauce that every real estate investor needs to know about.