It wasn’t that long ago that the real estate market only revolved around the people who wanted to sell
their houses for cash, and the people who had the cash to buy them. But according to real estate guru Ron LeGrand, that leaves out 80% of Americans
who can no longer qualify for loans in this economy. And in this interview with Ron, he tells you exactly how to tap into that 80%.
By negotiating terms with sellers, like owner financing or leasing options, you can pass those terms along to
buyers, essentially making houses easy to sell by making them easy to buy. Buyers no longer have to worry about qualifying for loans, and homeowners no
longer have to worry about selling an unwanted house.
Ron makes a lot of money doing this, and in this audio, you’ll hear how you can too.
You’ll Also Hear…
little known fact: you can make a lot more money on pretty houses than
you can flipping ugly ones, it’s less of a headache, and it’s much, much
quicker – here’s how
The little story of how a washing machine and an argument with his wife changed Ron into the real estate guru he is now
All about the lessons Ron learned the hard way during his first 2 years (and first 200 properties) where he says he figured out all the wrong ways to sell real estate
Why Ron won’t call a seller back unless these two things happen – and how he prequalifies prospects using a virtual assistant (Ron only works 2 hours a month now)
“Real life” insight into why a credit score doesn’t determine a person – and what Ron uses instead to pick trustworthy tenant buyers
The sad truth about the economy and why 80% of Americans can’t qualify for loans anymore—but how Ron’s system brings that American
dream back to them again
Ron says before the Internet, he used to spend about $5,000 a month to find buyers and another $5,000 a month to find
sellers. Not anymore. Now he just puts up a few free ads, prequalifies prospects with an automated system, and puts a couple signs up in front of his houses. It’s
never been easier or cheaper. And this audio will walk you through the whole thing.