Let me explain . . .
After being in the house flipping business for more than ten tears and buying and selling over 100 houses here is how I think about money and debt:
Need a new car – Flip a house!
Need vacation money – Flip a hose!
Need college tuitions paid – Flip a house!
Need to pay off chunks of debt – Flip a house!
Need to replace your income – Flip 3-4 houses a year!
Need a retirement “nest egg” – Flip a house or two a year (and get income tax free)?
My name is Bill Hawthorn, and as an expert I will be providing you with the information and advice you need to decide if flipping houses if right for you?
But I am getting ahead of myself . . .
If you are here and now checking things out, trying to increase income, I am guessing you are right for this type of help and willing to learn.
However, if you are a skeptic or one of those type that is always looking for the other shoe to drop. Or how things can go bad. You’re in the wrong place. This is not a space for ‘naysayers’ and doubters. If you find yourself reviewing this information and asking yourself will this work for others not just Bill. The answer is yes, and has done so for many, and can include you!
So if you are that skeptic, and think my testimonial’s are fake, just keep on moving, this isn’t for you. Please don’t read on!
This is a monthly membership of $9.99 per month; here is how it works . . .
What you will get in this monthly membership is an electronic real estate meeting. There is this thing in the United States real estate investor’s world called a REIA, which stands for Real Estate Investor’s Association. (REIA). These meetings are held all over the country.
Here’s the thing . . . they are LIVE meetings held one night per month. So if you have to go to gamma’s 98th birthday party that night, you miss the meeting.
Plus, the way these groups stay alive is to be a constant ‘sell-fest’ to the ‘members’ in the group. In other words: The speakers come to town once per month and do their dog and pony show selling as many training packages as possible. Of course splitting the sales with the local REIA. So the REIA makes half of the sale, and the speaker makes the other half.
How do I know this . . . I owned and ran a REIA for 4 years!
However, I will warn you . . . I made a lot of expensive mistakes while trying to figure the six ways I buy and sell houses. I think my biggest loss was more than some folks make in a year. So my ignorance because of not having an education cost me plenty (I don’t even want to think about it).
I spent $6000 in legal fees, just on one document I use - get the idea?
It wasn’t fun losing all that time and money (being ignorant). And man without help I can’t image going through it again. I actually think that’s why most investor’s don’t make a living doing it full time. They never educate themselves.
After all who has $20K to $50K to pay the big guru’s to learn the business. It’s like a college tuition when you are done. Only there is no state or federal aide (and loans) available. So if money is an issue, the reason you want to buy and sell houses – how the heck to you get started?
Get that? You need to make big chunks of cash, right? Well $20K to $50K is a big chunk of cash? So if you had $20K to $50K wouldn’t that solve your problem of wanting a big chunk of cash? Besides that, having the money is only half the issue. Now that you pay for the training you are locked into a period of time to retain it all. So you get all this theory and not much time to test it out in real time.
Or, have someone hold your hand and make sure you are doing it correctly.
Here is how I always educated myself for best result: 1) Make sure I understood some theory 2) Made sure I got plenty of mass or saw the thing I was studying 3) Did a lot of doingness pertaining to the subject, or learned with my hands on. So to me an education is doing what you learn.
If I send my kid to auto mechanic school to learn to fix cars, shouldn’t the test be – here is a broken car, make it run. Not some test he can memorize and fake me out with an “A+.”
No, fix the car man, that’s my test!!
Nothing like hands on training. Also (and this is a BIG thing for me), I noticed I don’t do good with a long runway. If it takes me a long time on the theory without getting into the hands on, I have lot’s of trouble retaining what to do. And in the end, have not learned anything and give up. It’s like my purpose fizzes out and I stop trying so hard. Then move onto something else and do it all over again. Now I become a “jack-of-all-trades” – master of none, right?
Having figuring this out, I realized I would make a good teacher in this arena. This was my REIA days. I coached several and mentored even more folks to get a real estate investing career. And was very successful at it.
The market turned bearish in 2009 and real estate struggled for some years, so I just kept to myself and did my deals (making $125K to $150K a year while traveling 40 weeks a year around the country). Until my friend Pete (the Rookie) came along and “pleaded with me” me to help him.
Shortly after that my daughter decides she need $10K to get married and wants to pay for the wedding herself from the proceeds of buying and selling real estate (that motivated me a lot).
Next thing I know, I’m back to teaching friends and relatives how my little system works. Except this time I noticed after several years of doing so well at it (and being older) I had more experience. Which meant I was able to just show them my best and most successful actions. And man was I surprised.
My daughter sends out my recommended mail and get a 47% response, and some nice deals. Pete the Rookie the same. The Rosalyn (group member), then Marie (group member), then Diane, then Dave, etc, etc, etc.
I noticed this all happened within 30-days. It was amazing!!
Then the epiphany hit me . . . why would Pete the Rookie spend $20K on this if he doesn’t have the money. How about he makes some money, spends a little on education, then makes a little more money, spends a little on education, and so on, and so on.
This is exactly what this industry doesn’t have, a training system that allows you earn while you learn – until now!
For $9.99 per month you will have access to my private monthly meeting I hold for 30-40 folks in Connecticut. I record each one because I cover so much it is hard to keep up sometimes.
Each month you will get the new recording in your membership portal, along with the entire archived meetings in the past. Each meeting runs about 90 minutes so you will have tons of practical information that you can use each month to get your real estate investiong career jump-started!