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The Bankers Code

Do You Want To Learn The Secrets That Most Real Estate Investors Will Never Know About How To Generate Massive Cash Flow As A Private Lender Without The Hassles Of Owning Real Estate?

Experienced investors know – you need cash flow first before you worry about appreciation! Concentrate on your cash flow strategies with one of the best vehicles to get you to your goals: Private Lending!

Imagine this…

  • Massive Cashflow Without Tenants!
  • Massive Cashflow Without Qualifying For Mortgages!
  • Massive Cashflow Without Having Good Credit!
  • Massive Cashflow Without Using Your Money!
  • Massive Cashflow Without Owning Properties!

Private lending can generate massive cash flow with all these benefits, along with the security to allow you to enjoy the life you’ve always dreamt of.

What is private lending? A private lender is somebody (who is not necessarily licensed) that understands the secrets of private lending, and how to use OPM (Other People’s Money) to make a ‘spread.’ Private lenders borrow money at a lower rate and lend it out at a higher rate, making a nice profit or spread, just like the bank! Banks borrow money at a lower rate and lend it out at a higher rate. They’re playing the ‘spread’ game. Banks make money, and so as private lenders we learn to be the BANK, for the same amazing benefits!

Imagine – appreciation without tenants, without qualifying for mortgages, without having good credit or using your own money – or even without owning any properties! Sound familiar? This is the fun part… With private lending, you can make massive cashflow AND appreciation without owning the property!

I’ve heard a lot of people say, “But I need an influx of cash right now! Cashflow is great, appreciation is great. But I need the cash!” Well guess what. Private lending can do that BETTER than most methods that are being talked about right now, like rehabbing or flipping properties, wholesaling and short sales, and more. What they don’t know is that with private lending you can make MORE money without doing any of that time consuming work!

How would you like to learn to leverage other people’s money 5 to 8 times WITHOUT signing on a loan? Yep, this is private lending at it’s best! The beauty of private lending is that you are playing with PAPER, not properties. You use properties as collateral, but you work with PAPER! Private lending, the way we teach it, is about making good secure loans using real estate as collateral. You use OPM to do that. Imagine yourself lending out to all the different real estate investors that specialize in the various fields, like foreclosures, rehabs, flips, etc.

You become their private lender, and they do all the work, finding the properties, dealing with the contractors and tenants, handling all that stress and work, while YOU split THEIR profits with them, 50/50! They’re excited because they made great money, but you’re even more excited because YOU made the SAME money (… or 12 times more), with little to zero work! Why? Because you made the deal with 11 other investors, and they’re doing ALL the work while YOU count the money!

As a private lender, you’re responsible for doing 3 things:
1. Finding and building new sources of OPM to lend out
2. Finding good borrowers to lend to
3. Make good secure loans

That’s it! You should be focusing on these three things – AND how to systemize them. The other individuals are doing the work and all you do is simply collect the checks!

Banks don’t lend their own money. Neither should you. You need to learn to lend out OPM (Other People’s Money), how to lend it out securely, and how to BE THE BANK!

If you’re like many of our students who tell us they’re too ‘busy’ (helping to make the banks and others wealthier…), then ask yourself this: When will you NOT be too busy to work on YOUR wealth? If you’re looking for more passive income, CLICK HERE to find out how to do just that.

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  1. Daryl Crabtree says:

    Hi, I took a 3-day test to choose what job I was best qualified for and what came up was a Bank President. I truly desire to become my own bank and think like a banker. I am a disabled veteran with a fiduciary agent who handles my VA funds, and have asked them to send me on vacation but haven’t gotten a response yet…my question is: Can I do this with no money and poor credit?

    Don’t want to be left behind in AZ

  2. ron says:

    so…your average person is not going to have 20%-30% to put down. What type of people is this method good for.

    Most investors use transactional funding for flips or hard money lenders…. am I missing something.

    Sounds interesting but don’t know why someone would come to me asking to borrow when there might better alternatives….?

  3. Reggie says:

    What marketing is involved with being a private lender and what are the costs?

  4. Lorrie Bailey says:

    When & where are these seminars held?

  5. Wayne says:

    Do you offer a payment plan to purchase the Banker’s Code program?

  6. Tao says:

    Does this fit for Canadian market?
    thanks

  7. kevin landsdown says:

    What documents are you giving the bank to get finance. Doesn’t the seller have to have a lot equity in the property before you can any documents to the bank and expect a loan?

  8. AK says:

    1. PER YOUR COURSE, just how easy or hard is it to find mortgage brokers who will handle all the compliance issues for me and bring me deals.
    2. How easy or hard is it to find a loan service company(ies) to service these loans?
    3. How easy/hard is ti find a title company/attorney who will handle the closing NATIONALLY?
    4. YOU ARE ON THE WEST COAST. DOES YOUR COURSE WORK MID-WEST AND EAST COAST UNITED STATES.
    5. CAN A MORTGAGE BROKER SELL F”FRACTIONALIZED LOANS” ON THE EAST COAST. IF SO, CAN YOU FURNISH JUST TWO ON THE EAST COAST WHO DOES THIS?
    6/BESIDES THE COST OF THE BANKER’S CODE COURSE, WHAT OTHER MOINES WILL I HAVE TO INVEST TO MAKE THIS A SUCCESS?
    7. WHAT IS YOUR CORPORATE ADDRESS AND HOURS OF OPERATION?

  9. Hermen says:

    How much can you leverage this? I know banks lend out many times what they borrow or hold in ‘assets’; can private lenders do this too?

  10. Ella says:

    when and where is the next live 3 days ?

  11. Ricky says:

    Hi,

    Is this book out? I thought I saw it came out on June 1st 2012?

    Thanks

  12. Doug Enger says:

    CRE Online is offering this same course, looks like there is some more value with this offer. Any suggestions.

  13. Jeff Bourne says:

    AK above had some good questions:

    1. PER YOUR COURSE, just how easy or hard is it to find mortgage brokers who will handle all the compliance issues for me and bring me deals.
    2. How easy or hard is it to find a loan service company(ies) to service these loans?
    3. How easy/hard is ti find a title company/attorney who will handle the closing NATIONALLY?
    4. YOU ARE ON THE WEST COAST. DOES YOUR COURSE WORK MID-WEST AND EAST COAST UNITED STATES.
    5. CAN A MORTGAGE BROKER SELL F”FRACTIONALIZED LOANS” ON THE EAST COAST. IF SO, CAN YOU FURNISH JUST TWO ON THE EAST COAST WHO DOES THIS?
    6/BESIDES THE COST OF THE BANKER’S CODE COURSE, WHAT OTHER MOINES WILL I HAVE TO INVEST TO MAKE THIS A SUCCESS?
    7. WHAT IS YOUR CORPORATE ADDRESS AND HOURS OF OPERATION?

    Im in Ga and answers to these questions would definately help me understand it this is something i can pursue

    Thank you

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