In this episode we look back at the fantastic interview I had with Brandon Turner from the Bigger Pockets podcast. What are the fundamentals of raising money and are you doing them correctly? Brandon is a master at this and takes us through the secrets of generating the capital needed for landing amazing deals.
Brandon takes us through how to raise capital the smart way and kick off a real estate career with a head start. Yes, it’s tough when starting out, but if you’ve got some great resources like this to use then it’s going to make your life a hell of a lot easier (and more successful). There’s some tricks in here… I BET you didn’t know of.
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