Ordinary citizens who dream of making money in real estate have a powerful new tool available, thanks to a new book by one of America’s most successful real estate investment gurus.
How To Get All the Money You Need To Buy Property, by Alan Cowgill, is a blueprint for helping investors make their dreams come true. The book offers detailed assistance to those who want to invest in real estate—especially if they are in need of outside financing. It shows investors how they can get virtually unlimited funds for both residential and commercial projects. The author, who has built a nationwide reputation helping ordinary people become real estate investors, provides in-depth strategies for approaching private lenders to ask for—and get—investment dollars.
“My book will show investors how to find private lenders and make them an integral part of their business dream team,” Cowgill said. “There’s an unlimited supply of money available for residential and commercial deals if you just know where to look,” he added. He noted that of the four steps necessary to make money in the real estate market—finding, funding, fixing and selling properties—most investors stumble on the funding step. His book is designed to help investors over that hurdle.
The book lays out a wide range of strategies for its investor “wannabe” readers, including entrepreneurial secrets, the key to real estate profits, and the benefits of working with private lenders and private financing. It provides step-by-step guidance for approaching private lenders, handling meetings, understanding the legal requirements of real estate investing, and even dealing with contractors.
“This is the perfect book if you dream of investing in real estate,” Cowgill said. “Even if your credit is shot and you’re living paycheck to paycheck, it will show you how to get all the money you need.”
Alan Cowgill is a speaker, author, and real estate entrepreneur. He is president of Private Lending Made Easy and the founder of Integrity Home Buyers, Inc., a real estate investment company in Springfield, Ohio. His blog, which appears regularly online, also shows beginning real estate investors how to find financing quickly and easily.