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The Secret to Getting More Leads: Motivated Sellers, Private Lenders, and More

Hello Fellow RING Members,

Lift up your heads and be of good cheer!  Shout for joy and tell all your friends and associates the good news...

The next RING meeting is just around the corner!!!  Hip, Hip, Hurray!
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The 2 most common questions I hear from investors, both old and new, is...

1. How can I find good deals? and

2. Where can I find private lenders? (I'll reveal an overlooked source of potential private lenders that gather together twice a month)


Well the formula to getting more of these coveted commodities is so simple you will probably say, "Oh I already new that!"

AHA!  But are you implementing it?  And are you very effective at it?  Do this correctly and consistently and watch your results grow proportionally.  In fact, all the standard real estate techniques and strategies such as business cards, bandit signs, websites, newspaper ads, etc. employ this very idea. 

What is it?

Very simply it is telling people what you do!  Okay!  There you have it!  There is no need for you to come to the next RING meeting.  Go and do this one thing and watch your business soar!

AHA!  But where do you tell it?  Who do you tell it to?  What exactly do you say?  

And most importantly...the Real-Estate Investor "NETWORK" Group meetings are just the type of places you should be attending to meet, greet, and connect with good deals, private lenders, and other opportunities to spread your business!

Here are a few of the things we will cover:

  -How to strike up a conversation with anyone, including perfect strangers
  -How to guide the conversation to the topic you want to discuss
  -The importance of the 20 second elevator speech!
  -The exact language that works with motivated sellers and private lenders
  -Knowing what to say to keep the conversation moving
  -How to end the conversation gracefully so you can move on
  -A hidden source of private money leads



Most real estate investors think they are in the house business.  But you are not!!!
You are in the people business.  We are going to tweak your people skills at the meeting next week and show you how to focus them on getting more leads for your business.

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  • Reginald W.

    I hate that I had to leave early. This was an excellent training. I've already practiced my conversation skills - speaking to a stranger using the (brass name plate, house with 4 windows, work glove on chimney, airplane propeller/glowing light...) conversation formula. I'm currently working on my elevator speech, too.

    August 14, 2013

  • Robert L.

    It was a great idea to use the Dale Carnegie training to apply it to what we do as investors. Chris and Richard worked well together to tailor it to help us be more effective in our business!

    August 14, 2013

  • Victoria D.

    Do you have any meetings in the Lafayette and surrounding area (Broussard, New Iberia, etc)?

    2 · August 11, 2013

    • Richard M.

      Victoria, we (The Ring) do not hold any meetings outside of Baton Rouge. However, Curtis Hall, who is a Ring member had started a group in Lafayette. You should be able to find him in the members list and send him a message.

      1 · August 12, 2013

    • Chance D.

      Also interested in a local group.

      1 · August 14, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Anyone interested is starting a Group in Lafayette, contact [masked] or liveoakproperties @cox.net cell[masked]-0840. Have been a member of the Ring for 4 or 5 yrs. Know investing, flipping, both brick & mortor and notes and got my RE Lic year and half ago.....Already have a place we could hold meetings, know several folks in the area that could contribute to teaching...no selling of programs allowed..just networking and education......thanks curtis

    2 · August 12, 2013

    • Amanda H.

      i'm interested as well

      1 · August 12, 2013

    • Chance D.

      Also interested in a local group.

      August 14, 2013

  • Richard M.

    Wow! This was one of the best meetings we have had at the Ring as far as enthusiasm, participation, and having a lot of fun. Chris Graham with the Carnegie Institute lead us through some very usable conversation skills and how to apply them to network with Sellers, Private Lenders, and other Investors to grow our businesses. We all had a blast and did role playing practices using the "conversation stack". This is a simple word picture to help you start a conversation with anyone and keep it moving along to the subject you want to talk about. i.e. Real Estate Investing. We incorporated this with a 10 second elevator speech that gets people curious to know more about how you buy houses and help private lenders earn better returns on their money. Also we revealed an often overlooked source of private lenders and joint venture partners that got everyone thinking about the doors that could open. Fantastic meeting!

    August 14, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I just went to check this meet-up out; it was my first one. And I ended up having a pretty good time. I would definitely go again. As far as real estate goes, I understand the importance of networking for it and any entrepreneurship and I would like to get better at it. That said, my knowledge and experience with real estate is not substantial. The meet-up made this more evident to me.

    August 14, 2013

  • Lee G.

    This was my first REIA meeting so I didn't know what to expect. Enjoyed it very much. Thought everyone was very positive.

    August 14, 2013

  • Gloria H.

    Enjoyed the meeting. Learned a few tips, will be back at more meetings in the future. Looking forward to it.

    2 · August 14, 2013

  • Savalas N.

    Great meeting, I enjoyed the meeting and networking with everyone.

    2 · August 13, 2013

  • Lee G.

    I would like to attend. Looking forward to meeting others in the REIA.

    1 · August 11, 2013

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