Pool Money from Private Lenders Q&A eBook
Dear fellow real estate investor,
Just so you know, I’ve never pooled money. I’m not an attorney, nor can I provide any legal advice. So I hired an SEC attorney to help untangle the mystery on how to pool money. I interviewed him about pooling money and the legal ramifications, and even included questions from my students to get more information. Now, in a 20-page eBook, there is no way to cover everything, but he did cover a ton of eye-opening information.
So if you’ve been too scared or intimidated to attempt pooling money from multiple private lenders to fund your real estate deals, then this eBook is a way to get some information.
You see, if you want to make REAL money investing in real estate, you must know how to pool money from private lenders. Unfortunately, there is a great deal of confusion about pooling money for real estate deals, and this confusion has prevented many real estate investors from even attempting to pool private lender money.
This means that there are a lot of real estate investors out there who aren’t able to raise the funds they need to participate in big, highly profitable real estate deals.
But what if I told you there is a way to clear up all the confusion? It is getting an education. What if I told you that there is a simple and easy-to-read guide that reveals information on pooling money from private lenders?
Would you be interested in learning more?
If so, I urge you to continue reading.
Introducing the "Pooling Money Q&A" eBook:
At last, there is a convenient and very inexpensive eBook that reveals information on pooling money from multiple private lenders.
This eBook features attorney Ralph Sherman, Esq., answering the most frequently asked questions about pooling money.
So What Are You Waiting For?
Order Your Copy of “Pooling Money Q&A” eBook Today!
P.S. Don’t delay! I urge you to order now!
P.P.S. When and if you ever do decide to pool money, you should seek legal advice.
$9.97Disclaimer: This eBook is not meant to be an exhaustive examination of pooling money from private lenders, but rather an overview to help you get a basic understanding of what is involved in pooling private lender funds. Moreover, this eBook is not legal advice and should not be construed as such. Furthermore, the laws of each state are subject to change after the publication of this book. Therefore, before becoming involved in a private lending transaction, you should seek the advice of an experienced attorney so that you understand your rights and obligations and to ensure than you don’t run afoul of the law.