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This 3-Session Series is about Profitable Investment Deals – deals that are profitable for your Private Lenders. In other words – structuring deals in such a way that a private investor will find the ‘investment’ more attractive to their investing tastes.

Basically . . . “What Private Lenders Want”.

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Private Investors are very concerned about how much risk you are exposing their money to.  Obviously, renting to a poorly qualified tenant is going to risk eviction costs and cause other problems which could cause a loss of investment or return.  So, even if the investor doesn't ask you, your failure to address that will diminish you chances of getting an investment.

With rentals, you have to address 2 issues for the investor:
1) What is your exit strategy:  When and how are you going to pay the investor back his principal?
2) How are you going to pay the return on his investment. With rentals that return is usually paid out of the cash flow from the rents.  That cashflow should be at least 25% more that the payment you are making to your investor.

Private investors are most definitely interested in wholesale deals.  A quick turn over of their money with a high profit is actually the best scenario, especially when the risk is low.  If for example an invest lends you $50K, and you flip the property for a profit of $20K in 2 months, and lets say you agreed to pay you investor a fixed 5% of his investment.  Then the investor would recieve $105,000 in 2 months.  That's a 30% annualized return.  Your investor would be delighted.