Which Type of Student are You?
I’ve been doing this long enough to know that when it comes to learning, there are three types of students:
1. Those that take the course and start investing on their own;
2. Those that take the course and end up never investing;
3. Those that take the course, want to start investing, but need a little more guidance.
For the record, I find most of my students fall into the last category. These are students who are motivated, know their stuff, are eager to buy, but need some hand-holding and personal mentoring. For those students, we offer several Joint Venture programs, where we’re in it together, from start to finish. Every phone call we make, every form we fill out, every letter we write, we do it together, as a team!
Our goal is to give you enough confidence and get you comfortable enough so that you can start buying notes on your own!
Here’s how our Joint Venture Programs work:
♦ Each student is responsible for buying the loans (whether from us or someone else)
♦ The student & mentor work together to research, negotiate, buy and service the loans
♦ The Joint Venture is a five-year fund (normal break-even is about 3 years)
♦ All profits, distributed on a quarterly basis are split 50/50
For more information on how you can participate in one of our Joint Venture Programs, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.