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Monday, 1 September 2014

Commercial Real Estate Guide by David Lindahl

First, let's look at this from the investor side of things. Every market has investors, large and small, who are interested specifically in commercial caliber real estate. David Lindahl says that Some of these are what I call Tier One investors, who look for small to medium-sized commercial buildings. Tier Two investors look for even larger buildings (exclusively so) and Tier Three investors are perhaps the biggest players of all, responsible for developing new properties.

While this player breakdown is pretty loose and definitely unofficial, I think you get the general idea. Some investors are finders of properties and some are creators or developers of properties. Any and all of them may build funding for their projects through collaboration with others but all are people you would benefit from knowing in your area as you start building your own business. These players may have deals to offer and some may be interested in collaboration so these contacts are essential.

Sunday, 24 August 2014

Nerissa Vento Reviews of David Lindahl

Nerissa Vento,

I am interested in buying commercial apartment buildings and have looked in David Lindahl’s program Apartment House Riches. I also see that it comes with a 90 day email mentor certificate where he personally answers your question via email. 

I am not able to see many reviews on this program so I wanted to see if anyone has bought and tried the program? Also is the 90 day mentor system really used meaning he does respond to your emails/calls and it helpful? He seems to have a lot going on so I wonder how well he is at responding to emails/phone calls with helpful info.

Also, eventually I would like to use investors and David Lindahl also has a Private Money Program. Has anyone successfully used that program?

If anyone has gone to any of his boot camps, please let me know how those are as well.

Overall, I am looking to get reviews and see what results people have had with David Lindahl’s programs.
I appreciate any info on him.

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Real Estate Investing Training Scams and Steps to Avoid Them

Before you need to spend your money to these training courses David Lindahl Scam tell you to keep yourself safe from real estate investing training scams.

Many scammers from all around the world have taken advantage of the REI field. They will assure to give you helpful materials. The catch is that you will be essential to enter your credit card details before you get entree to their products and before you even get hold of their brochures; your credit card is already being slashed off with a big amount of money. If you are planning to give real estate a try, be sure that you keep manually safe from real estate investing training scams.

Take a look at the following reminders and invest property cleverly:

Always look for reference on the website
  • This reference will help in giving you clear details on what the training is all about. Sometimes, they can be untrue and confusing. Take your notes from how the testimonial is written. If you think they look too good to be true, it’s time you have second thoughts.
  • If you are interested to attend this training, speak to current or previous students who have proved to be successful in the business after taking the course. If the site falls short to give you a referral, there is a big chance that they are a scam. Training companies should be arrogant and confident about their products.
  • Most real estate investing training scams do not propose a money-back guarantee. Don’t give your money on training if you cannot get your money back in case you feel unsatisfied about their services.
Before you purchase any expensive training's or materials, take time to consider all lower-cost options.