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Finding Private Money

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Are you ready to find out where to get ALL the money you will ever need to fund your real estate transactions?

Would you like to learn how to find and persuade private investors--even if you’ve never done a deal?

Want to learn how to successfully present private money deals to family, friends and co-workers without getting in trouble with Uncle Sam?

If you would like to know how to find "all the money you will ever need" to fund your real estate deals then please make plans to join the AREA Elite for our March 16th meeting.

In order to be a successful real estate investor you will need to have access to a great deal of money. One of the best ways to do this is by using "Private Money".

At this meeting we will cover some great techniques for finding money to use to purchase investment properties.

Here is some of what will you will learn:

Where to find Private Money Lenders What to say to attract these investors How to set up the paper work What rates of return you offer on each type deal How to solicit Private Money without breaking the law How to answer the “Bernie Madoff” question How to structure a deal with multiple private investors How to successfully build your own CASH buyers list How to present to lawyers, accountants & others And much much more!

Remember this powerful quote--"All the money you will ever need is available to you!"

Click here to reserve your seat and get your discount! (

March 16, 2013 11:00 AM (until 1:00 PM)

Room 465 Chase Bank, 1301 S. Bowen Rd. Arlington, Texas

The dress is always casual

$65 at the door. (Couples $75)

Only $55 advance (Couples $65)

Click here to reserve your seat and get your discount! (

Hope to see you there.


P.S. You will not want to miss this great technique--so so sign up today and save!

Note: Elite classes are the monthly classes for Dennis Henson's private students. These students have paid for the classes as part of the "Single Family Fortunes" Mentoring program. The classes are opened to other investors for a small fee but the lessons are advanced and only serious investors are encouraged to attend.