The No Ask Approach To Private Money Lending

Today’s guest, Jay Conner is known as The Private Money Authority and he is here to teach us his “no ask” approach to raising money from private lenders for real estate investments.

Jay grew up in the mobile home industry. His father was the largest retailer of manufactured homes in the nation up until the late 80’s.

Jay, however, transitioned into single family homes and has been a full-time real estate investor now for over 15 years. He used banks for his financing the first 6 years, but when the banks cut off his line of credit during the financial crisis in 2008/09, he had to find a new source of funding… which turned out to be a blessing in disguise, as he was introduced to private money lending.

In less than 90 days he raised over 2 million dollars. His average profits last year were $67,000 per deal.

Join us as Jay divulges why his profits are so big, plus:

  • How much of his own money he uses
  • How he finds the lenders
  • The difference between private and hard money
  • The worst advice he’s seen given
  • What comes first… the deal or the private money

Jay also shares his 5-step process to the quickest way to raise a lot of money… all without asking!

Will this approach work with land?

Jay says it will and that land investors shouldn’t be missing out on deals because they don’t have the funding.

Listen in now as Jay shares all the details on today’s episode of The Art of Passive Income!

TIP OF THE WEEK

Mark: Learn more about Jay at JayConner.com. There’s a ton of information on his website.

Scott: Check out Vimeo—a cheap solution for sharing videos with VAs. 

Jay: Go to JayConner.com/ArtOfPassiveIncome for a free online class that gives you the five steps in the role of private money in the warm market and the five steps for getting it from existing private lenders.

Isn’t it time to create passive income so you can work where you want, when you want and with whomever you want?


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