Are you aware that you can use your IRA, 401k, or similar retirement account, to invest in real estate and businesses? You do this through Self-Directing IRAs and SoloKs. You roll over the former into the latter--in part or full, depending on your situation--and you can start investing.
In addition, you can use the equity in your property, and leverage that into deals.
You can buy with these options. You can also, through seller financing, leveraging, and asset lenders, buy multiple deals, buying more for less.
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Before going forward, we want to get some “legaleese” out of the way, with the SEC Rule 502. This rule is for “general solicitations.” One must have a “Pre-Existing” and “Substantive” relationship, to not come “afoul” of 502. During this “mini course,” there will be no references to current or upcoming deals. This is especially important to note, if you're in the 3rd group, and does apply to anyone investing.
Now that we've gotten the “legaleese” addressed, we can go a bit into Eddie Starr, the one behind 100K Investing, LLC.
I've been involved in Real Estate Investing (REI), since late 2012. I've done my share of guru programs, so “I've been there, done that, and lost the movie rights.” I have, during all that, learned a lot, to help with my own business, focusing on cash flows.
I have done: Wholesaling, Lease Option-Wholesaling, land, multifamily, commercial, notes (performing and non-performing), and bulk REOs (bank foreclosed properties).
I regularly network and work with investors across the US, from Washington to Oklahoma to Texas to The Carolinas to Florida. This includes contractors, flippers, and commercial buyers & sellers. Our goal is to create wins for everyone.