I am so excited about this side hustle opportunity from Lee Arnold of Capital Syndicate. I’ve never seen anything like it before, and the timing couldn’t be more perfect. Lee is a private money lender based in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, and because he doesn’t rely on Wall Street money, he’s not pulling back during this market upheaval. Instead, he’s looking to invest in more secure, lucrative real estate deals.
Lee has all of this private money and he wants to invest it, but he needs help finding deals. He’s looking for a handful of people willing to go through his capital syndicate model to get educated on the types of borrowers and loans that work for his business model, and he’s willing to pay a fee for this work.
The biggest distinction that Lee wants you to understand is that he does not lend to owner-occupants or to individuals. He’s looking for a specific kind of borrowing in a specific kind of circumstance. He offers investment-grade loans to LLC, or an S or a C Corp, and his program will explain clearly how to find the right kind of deals that he wants.
This private money brokering used to be a lot more prevalent in the market, so it’s nothing new. The beautiful thing about brokering, Lee says, is that it merely requires you to have access to capital. And he’s got plenty of that.
Taking Lee’s Capital Syndicate program doesn’t limit you to Lee’s company. It teaches you to become an independent private money broker originator, and then you can work with hundreds of lenders across 40 states.
But make no mistake about it, Lee absolutely wants you to work with him, so he plans on offering the best competitive rates for your clients. Whether you’re looking at just supplementing your income while you work on your real estate business, or this is something you want to pursue full-time, this is a great way to use your real estate network in a way that nobody else is.
Watch and learn:
Listen and learn:
- Use the real estate networks you already have to start a new side hustle.
- The absolute best markets to go into with private money brokering right now.
- Who pays the fee for the loans, and how is that structured?
- How you can get paid to broker your own deals.
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