I’m full of anticipation about my future with Eagle Virtual Assistants. This week is our very first week with our new VA, who is Laura, and if our future is anything like it’s beginning, we are in for an exciting … Read more »
In these tough economic times, people are looking for sound investment opportunities. People desire investments that are low risk but yield great returns. Unfortunately, such opportunities are hard to come by. Owning multifamily properties offers you the best of both … Read more »
Trying to get your multifamily deals done but scratching your head as to how to do it? Believe me, you are not alone. I know what it’s like to struggle over how to get these deals done firsthand watching everyone from novice real … Read more »
There’s a certain mindset in direct response marketing folks. We are very results oriented. We find it very difficult to just go out for a drive or go to the mall just to hang out and browse—we want a definite … Read more »
Getting my real estate license was probably the greatest single improvement I made in my real estate investing business. It not only made investing easier for me, it opened up doors for creating massive wealth and income that produced profits … Read more »
Ron, Thank you for recommending your Gold Club Virtual Assistants. After signing up, our assigned VA, contacted us, introduced herself and the rest is history. We are grateful to have such a quality individual as part of our team who … Read more »
The ongoing recession and the subsequent lack of development capital has created a shift in strategy by both Self-Storage developers and investors alike. There has been a great deal of activity in the market for those willing to buy older, … Read more »
Hey Ron, This Terms thing really works! I picked up this check for $34,266 the other day from a house I had under contract with terms for five years. For the property, I found cash buyer. It killed the golden … Read more »
You’ve probably heard that if you fail to plan then you plan to fail. That’s good advice, especially when it comes to buying apartment buildings for sale. Planning is the key to success in any business and it’s no different … Read more »
After you have invested in a rental property, you have to make sure that you carefully manage it to attain success even in the middle of an economic crisis. If unfortunately you do not have the time to properly manage … Read more »
Many people today, for various reasons, have decided to lease their property. Renting out property carries risks that must be considered. Therefore, many people that lease out property carry landlord insurance as protection. There will be circumstances that would normally … Read more »
Google has recently announced some major changes to the way websites are listed in their search results. Starting April 21st, mobile-friendly websites will be ranked higher in their search results than non-mobile websites. Let’s examine the impact this change will … Read more »
It’s hard to believe—we have now been teaching real estate investing alongside Ron LeGrand for over 10-years. (He’s been at it for over 25-years!) Together, we have created some spectacular success stories. We hope you’re one of them! Most of … Read more »
In 1986, I started buying used mobile homes for $2,000-$3,000 and selling them for $5,000-$6,000 with payments of $200-$300 per month. Some 19 years later, I’m still buying and selling mobile homes at the same prices, same payments. Yet, I … Read more »
Everything we do in my business, everything we teach, revolves around the fact that you can get into small apartments and multi-family real estate investments through private money (or Other People’s Money) without using any cash or credit of your … Read more »
So there you are-a proud real estate investor (or business owner)! You’re doing some marketing, talking to sellers, driving out to meet them, making offers, following up, raising private money, selling your houses and a million other things. Meanwhile, you’re … Read more »
For a lot of years now, I’ve been selling houses that need work without doing the work, and I don’t mean wholesaling them. There’s a whole sub-culture of people who’d love to buy a home and are willing to do … Read more »
Jonathan, I have to say that working with everyone has been pleasant and very efficient. I have had the opportunity to work with several folks at various times. Every problem is resolved so quickly that it was never a problem. … Read more »
Sometimes people feel that they are controlled by external circumstances. But the fact is that your life is largely determined by your own personal choices and decisions in every area. You are where you are and what you are because … Read more »
Realty Mogul, an online marketplace that allows accredited investors to pool money online and buy shares of pre-vetted investment properties, has announced the first-ever crowd-funded self-storage facility. Through a private placement traditionally offered only to larger institutional investors, the platform … Read more »
It was a simple business call. My colleague – “Larry” – had invited me to speak to his mastermind group on a teleconference later in the week. Nothing out of the ordinary. But my sister-in-law’s mouth was hanging wide open. … Read more »
Delta Flight 2255 from Atlanta to Los Angeles. (Photo: Courtesy of Johnny Jet) Delta Flight 2255 from Atlanta to Los Angeles seemed to be an ordinary flight with the exception of Candy, who was the most loving flight attendant I’ve … Read more »
A common misconception for those getting in the small apartment space is that you have to have a fortune to not only get your first deal under contract but to market the deal to attract a buyer. Both are simply … Read more »
Number One: The Wealthy Baby Boomers The aging of the baby boomers is affecting housing because they are downsizing. They are affecting job creation because they are working longer. And, there is a generational wealth transfer happening where they are … Read more »
Larry Goins spent years perfecting his Filthy Riches approach to real estate. But, where are the properties that Larry targets to generate so much personal income? The houses in this program are low-income, distressed, “dog with fleas” homes. They are … Read more »
Let’s be honest: Work isn’t always a pleasure. That’s why it’s called work! You fight traffic, you put up with your boss, you try to ignore the office politics, and you can’t wait to get home at night. Day in … Read more »
You need to learn the following to get the business going: 1. What States to work in 2. Where to get the lists of people owed money due to overages 3. How to find the people who are owed money … Read more »
In my No.1 best-selling book, “How to Make Big Money in Small Apartments”, you can learn how to create a real estate business, but you also need to be concerned with creating your net worth. There is a process that I, … Read more »
Having a VA has opened up a whole new world to my real estate investing business. For minimal time on my part I receive an abundance of leads. After the lead sheets come in all I have to do is call the … Read more »
If you’re one of those homeowners who’s been moaning about how hard it’s been trying to sell your house, your bargaining power — you remember that concept, right? — hasn’t been completely devastated just because a flood of new foreclosures … Read more »
While on the surface it may seem like a good idea, if not approached properly, working at home with your spouse could be a decision that you’ll eventually regret. Sure, it can mean significant savings to the family budget, cutting … Read more »
Despite the multitude of online real estate websites, buying a home today remains stubbornly anachronistic, with dual real estate agents, proliferating fees, and reams of old-fashioned paper documents. Now two of the leading real estate websites are merging—Zillow, the Seattle-based site … Read more »
If you are involved in real estate, then chances are you’ve had to deal with a motivated seller who is behind on payments and trying to figure out their best options. And, with motivated sellers come many different goals that … Read more »
When you sell your house, you’ll want to make it look as big and beautiful as possible. And just because your house is small, that doesn’t mean it can’t look big. You can make any space look bigger by employing … Read more »
Many real estate investors shy away from houses that need rehabbing because they fear hiring contractors. We have all heard the horror stories of rehabbers who lose their shirt because a contractor took them to the cleaners. I am here … Read more »
via BiggerPockets.com They may not be the most popular housing, but manufactured homes are certainly a form of affordable housing to be appreciated. Mobile homes these days are a far cry from the ones being produced several years back. They … Read more »
Top salespeople and the most successful managers recognize the importance of nonverbal communication in the selling process and have learned to “listen with their eyes.” They understand that one of the easiest and most effective ways to close sales is … Read more »
So, here you are. You’ve looked for potential properties. You bought your ideal first $30,000 property for $5,000. You’ve marketed the property. Now it’s time to complete the sale… and watch your income start to build. With the amount of … Read more »
Space-efficient work spaces are becoming all the rage these days. They’re great for maintaining privacy and uninterrupted workflow, and they can also be cozy and stylish as well. Here are some examples of a growing trend of miniature studios (for … Read more »
It’s difficult to predict the next big neighborhood when looking to buy a home. Finding the right area where houses are still affordable but prices are quickly appreciating is an art that takes an exorbitant amount of time—something most home buyers … Read more »
While there are some real estate investors that pursue fixer-upper properties because they like the challenge, most are in it for one thing: the money. Getting the most out of your particular piece of real estate should be your only … Read more »
I believe that investing in real estate is the best path to realizing the American Dream, and I was fortunate enough to have a great teacher when I first got started at the ripe, old age of 23. I eventually … Read more »
Has the ongoing recession and lack of development capital left you wondering how to get into commercial real estate? Well one strategy that some investors are beginning to consider is investing in small, Class C Self-Storage Facilities – many of … Read more »
You want to invest in multifamily properties, but with all the apartment buildings in your city, you could spend all your time looking at them, analyzing them and comparing them without ever getting anywhere. You need a simple, effective way … Read more »
Before my son became a Marine, I never thought much about who was defending me. Now when I read of the war on terrorism or the coming conflict in Iraq, it cuts to my heart. When I see a picture … Read more »
Let’s look at an example: A seller calls you about a house on the river worth $750,000. It belonged to her mom who recently passed away and left it to her brother. It’s now vacant and has been on the … Read more »
On the road again……………………………………. Texas……Texas…….Texas……Texas…….. Did you know that the state flower of Texas is the Bluebonnet? The state tree is Pecan? State bird is a Mockingbird? The state dish is Chili and the state Folk Dance is a Square … Read more »
A Sobering Thought: Anytime you are in the presence of another human being, either that person is persuading you, or you are persuading him/her. So, do you want to be the persuaded or the persuader? In other words, who is … Read more »
When you are trying to pitch potential investors a deal, you have 20 seconds to catch their imagination. In that 20 seconds, you need to address the investors’ “What’s in it for me” mentality. You need to talk to their … Read more »
I’m disturbed by a certain type of person each and every time I see them. They make me sick. And their behavior perturbs me. Who is it? People who try and “Ponzi” their way out of trouble. Let me explain… … Read more »
I’ve been known to say that “Coincidence is God’s way of staying anonymous,” and I feel like my life and my career is proof of that! You may not know it, but I moonlight as a world famous composer. I … Read more »
The property auction system of selling real estate when implemented effectively is without a doubt the most successful method of sale available. The auction system is designed to remove the price as an objection and encourage purchasers to act based … Read more »
via FrontDoor.com Before you deck the halls, see which holiday decor can help you sell. It’s the time of year that calendars are packed with holiday parties, budgets are strained by gift-giving and the roads are covered in freshly fallen … Read more »
Loral began her career working for the Chevron Corporation right out of college. It was clear to her early on that there was more to life than cubicles and trading her time for dollars. Despite her own fears and persuasion … Read more »
1) Stare in the Mirror. Ask yourself out loud, “What am I good at? What skill set do I possess?” Whatever your skill set is, somebody is probably already paying you to do that. So why not do it on … Read more »
5) “Say YES! and Figure out How:” If you’ve heard this before, it’s because it’s single-handedly been the biggest key to success in my life. You’ll never hear me say “no.” When a problem comes up, an issue arises, or … Read more »
I recently returned from a trip that included a 15+ hour drive in one day. I can’t even tell you the number of times I used my rear-view mirrors to navigate the road on that trip. I relied on them … Read more »
“I don’t have one” was Dave’s response when I asked to see his business plan for his new company. You may think this is normal for a first-time entrepreneurial adventure. But, what if I told you that Dave has started … Read more »
Excepted from the book The Five Major Pieces of the Life Puzzle by Jim Rohn Failure is not a single, cataclysmic event. We do not fail overnight. Failure is the inevitable result of an accumulation of poor thinking and poor … Read more »
Recently I was reading an article written by Noah St. John published by Mary Ellen Tribby in her WorkingMomsOnly.com newsletter. Noah talked about the gap between your Current Perceived Reality (CPR) and your New Desired Reality (NDR). His discussion was … Read more »
Finally, the long awaited, moment of truth you’ve all been waiting for. Have you been wondering, “when is she going to tell us how to get and stay healthy instead of just how we are currently destroying our bodies”? Remember … Read more »
You’ve probably heard of the term “ROI” – used in investing and business – it means “Return on Investment. It’s what investors and business owners want to make sure they get whenever they sink their hard-earned money into something. Another … Read more »
Unlike stocks, bonds and mutual funds, private money investments offer the security of the properties being funded. Private money mortgages are based on a percentage of the market value of the property. That means the lender always has equity in … Read more »
The key question most home sellers ask at the beginning of the home selling process is simple. How much is my home worth? Determining that value takes a comparison technique that matches up your home with others in your immediate … Read more »
Life can change on a dime! It was just another day at the ranch and I was trying to do a good deed! I had a dozen real estate students for two days of training at my 56 acre ranch … Read more »
Everybody has driven by a house that has been on the market for what may seem like years. You know the house: the windows might be broken or covered with plywood, the grass hasn’t seen a lawnmower all season, and … Read more »
Everybody has driven by a house that has been on the market for what may seem like years. You know the house: there might be a broken window here or there, the grass hasn’t seen a lawnmower for the last … Read more »
We began rehabbing houses in 2010 and wanted to expand our options. We have been using the Ron LeGrand Quick Start Real Estate Course methods for 6 months and have had our Virtual Assistant for four months. Although the VA … Read more »
Do you have doubts about being a real estate investor? Are you scared to make offers because you are afraid of making a mistake that could cost you tens of thousands of dollars? Are you having a hard time finding … Read more »
It has been our pleasure to work with the Gold Club virtual assistants since we joined the Masters program. They are professional and persistent in calling day after day and following up on prospects until they acquire a lead sheet … Read more »
It amazing how often we are in a negotiation and forget to use basic negotiating principles. We negotiate every day, all day long, and quite often we do so by giving up. In a real estate situation you would think … Read more »
Perhaps you’ve heard Ron wax poetic about the Salmon Falls Resort—how it’s the best place on Earth to go, the best place to catch salmon, the best this, the best that, etc. It has certainly come up in our conversations … Read more »
We should start with defining what a pretty house really is. It’s not the price that makes the definition. The house could be high-priced, but most people in the pretty house business work in a range from $70-$200,000. If you’re … Read more »
Home inspections for older houses pose challenges that property inspectors don’t confront with newer properties. Although new homes have their share of issues, older properties are definitely more prone to be filled with concerns as a result of age, use … Read more »
What if we told you it’s possible to build a 100% automated online business based on a topic you’re passionate about? And what if we also told you it’s possible for this business to generate up to 6-Figures per year … Read more »
As I write these words, the summer is almost over. School has already begun in many places throughout our country and will soon start in the rest. Vacations have (hopefully) been taken, and before you know it, it’s back to … Read more »
We had a student write in to ask for help with our Gold Club affiliate program. The student was using solo ads to promote his affiliate link, and he received over 500 clicks through his affiliate link, but no one … Read more »
(via BiggerPockets.com) Are you aware in the midst of a slumping housing market that land in many places is appreciating in value? So why aren’t more investors pursuing land as a part of their investment strategy? The answer is that … Read more »
Are you looking to buy a new home? Are you thinking that now’s a great time to find bargains? Before you make an offer, it pays to know a little about the seller’s situation. If a home is being sold … Read more »
It can’t be overstated—when it comes to buying a house, the first impression is everything. If you’re selling or getting ready to sell in the coming months, one of the easiest and most dramatic ways to enhance that first impression … Read more »
Would you like to be a Real Estate investor? Have you gotten started? Have you made any offers? If not, why not? Or have you been procrastinating? Have you been to a Real Estate Seminar or two or three…? Have … Read more »
You have to know the difference between assets and liabilities. Many people don’t understand what a true asset is. It’s a generator of revenue versus a liability, which will drain your bottom line. We have to stop spending money on … Read more »
Good evening ladies and gentlemen, this is Lee Arnold. We’re going to talk about “Closing the Closer.” Who are they and why should we go after them? Once we have their ear, what are the magic questions to ask them … Read more »
I know you want to start an online business but you don’t have an idea for a product. Or you need to add products to your current line-up. Or you have an idea but it is just not fully formed … Read more »
I made a novice mistake recently and lost over a thousand dollars even though it sounds so basic. Here’s how: Normally I only pursue a short sale if I see there is potential to create a lot of equity to … Read more »
In a financial environment where many loan providers are tightening their purse strings, there has been a rise in the number of cash buyers looking to invest in real estate. Whether the sale is made directly using cash or through … Read more »
Believe me, it took a lot of preparation and navigation of lots of systems for nine people to be in the right place at the right time. Two travel agents (Hint: think VA as in Virtual Assistant) and three airlines … Read more »
Jerry Zebrowski, a student in New Jersey, called into Ron’s last monthly Q&A call not to ask a question like everyone else but simply to give his thanks. He called in to say thanks to Ron for his wonderful VA … Read more »
Hi Julie, I have attached two deals that were done by Eagle VAs, and one was yours. We actually were supposed to receive around $24K in the deal, but once my seller saw how much we were going to make … Read more »
People love a good ghost story this time of year, and we here at Global are happy to oblige. We scoured the internet for the 10 most haunted homes in the U.S. While this did make for some interesting research, … Read more »
FHA minimum credit score is 500 to buy a house or refinance. New FHA policy requires a minimum credit score of 500 to buy a house or refinance. Borrowers with a credit score above 500 are eligible for an FHA … Read more »
What an amazing bunch of videos we received this year! It was tough to pick the top-ten because they were all so good. I think that’s why Ron went ahead and gave entrees a cash prize at the Summit even … Read more »
Listen to this classic audio that paints a picture of the how the Star Spangled Banner, as we know it, came to be. Close your eyes and try to picture yourself there in that defining moment. Continue reading Read more »
I’d like to leave a commendation for for my Virtual Assistant. I am finding her to have the southern charm and graciousness I am learning to anticipate when I come to that area of the country. She also has a … Read more »
As I write this, I’m flying back from Los Angeles after speaking at a huge event. I shared the platform with Tony Robbins, Robert Kiyosaki, Donald Trump and a few other legends. There were over 30,000 people registered and paid … Read more »
Thanks to a cool, little gadget called a GoPro camera, we’ve put together a fun video to give you a point-of-view experience of the Summit! Join us for a quick walk-through of our trade show and the main room. Now, … Read more »
ACTS Brochure – My Home Is Over-Leveraged – PDF Acts Brochure – Downloadable Word Doc
Use this form when assigning to tenant/buyer and rent is not fixed. Revised 04/28/2014 ACTS Lease Exhibit A
Revised 04/28/2014 ACTS Script to Buy if Highly Leveraged
Revised 04/28/2014 TX ACTS Script to Buy if Highly Leveraged
Revised 04/28/2014 ACTS Script to Buy – Seller has equity will owner finance or Lease Option but with unfavorable Terms for you to stay in Appointment Script
Revised 04/28/2014 TX ACTS Script to Buy – Seller will Owner Finance with unfavorable terms for you to stay in See Appointment Scropt
A general script that communicates your interest and intent to assign your contract. Revised 05/13/2014 ACTS Script to Sell Highly Leveraged House
Some students had let us know that the CD shipped with the Mentor Magazine Volume 6 Issue 2 was not correctly playing, so below you’ll find the exact same audio clip included on the CD. Sorry for the inconvenience! ACTS … Read more »
Use if seller intends to remain in the house after closing and you are giving them the money. Revised 04/28/2014 Addendum for Possession After Closing
Clearly spells out when the seller will be out and the penalty if they’re not. This isn’t mandatory but will cost you not to get it anytime the seller gets all their money before they move. Not necessary if seller … Read more »
This addendum is used to automatically extend the term of the option agreement in the case you find a buyer to give enough time for closing. It also terminates the option agreement in the case the seller’s agent finds a … Read more »
An addendum to the Sweat Equity Program. Revised 05/02/2014 Addendum to the Real Property Possession and Lease Agreement Sweat Equity Program
President Powers, Provost Fenves, Deans, members of the faculty, family and friends and most importantly, the class of 2014. Congratulations on your achievement. It’s been almost 37 years to the day that I graduated from UT. I remember a lot … Read more »
This affidavit should be recorded only when you may have a problem with a seller not closing on their contact. Revised 04/28/2014 Affidavit and Memorandum of Agreement Concerning Real Estate
Use this trust for ownership of property if your IRA will actually own it. Make your IRA the beneficiary instead of yourself. (Revised 04/23/2018) Agreement and Declaration of Trust
A “General Release” releasing you of liability. Your attorney should close this transaction and prepare a statement for the seller to accept the release and acknowledging approval of transaction. Your attorney will collect the balance of your fee at closing … Read more »
A sample agreement to gain the right to assign a judgment. Revised 04/28/2014 Agreement for assignment of judgment
Revised 04/28/2014 Agreement for Deed – Selling
Revised 04/28/2014 Agreement for Purchase and Sale of Hotels
Revised 04/28/2014 Agreement for Purchase and Sale of Improved Real Estate
Revised 04/28/2014 Agreement for Purchase and Sale of Vacant Land
Revised 04/28/2014 Alberta Agreement For Sale
Revised 04/28/2014 Answering Service Script For Calls From Sellers
A form to assess income and credit score about an applicant. Revised 06/02/2015 Applicant Information Sheet With Screen the Tenant
Revised 04/28/2014 Applicant Information Sheet – Canada
A form which acknowledges your receiving of an application with a deposit. Revised 04/28/2014 Applicant Receipt Agreement
Revised 04/28/2014 Applicant Receipt Agreement – Canada
Revised 04/28/2014 Appointment Script
Are You Working On The Wrong Things by Ron LeGrand There’s a common mistake I see students making over and over again and it doesn’t seem to matter if they are new or been around awhile. That mistake is: Doing … Read more »
“There’s a common mistake I see students making over and over again. That mistake is: doing everything they can to feel busy except the critical things required to stay in business.” Continue reading Read more »
Bill M. asks Ron about buying foreclosures the Ron LeGrand and Cameron Dunlap way.
In this week’s Ask Ron, Dave N. asks Ron about getting paid on mixed use properties.
DL asks Ron about the use of a Realtor.
Frank asks Ron about simultaneous closings.
Jimmy asks Ron about pretty houses.
Josh asks Ron about the mindset of a successful student, Calvin asks Ron about work equity and Sean asks Ron about investing locations.
In this week’s Ask Ron, Kevin asks Ron about down payments and seller financing.
Liliam asks Ron about forensic mortgage attorneys.
Mary Ann asks Ron about changing her properties to a land trust.
In this week’s Ask Ron, Mary Ann asks Ron about wholesale deals.
Melissa asks Ron about talking to FSBO’s.
Michael asks Ron about the paperwork needed to handle a buyer who defaulted on a land contract.
In this week’s Ask Ron, Michael T. asks Ron about driving traffic to his private lender site.
In this week’s Ask Ron, Scott C. asks Ron about finding the listing agent of a home before it goes on the market.
In this weeks Ask Ron, Scott W. asks Ron about trusts.
Sean asks Ron about yellow letter mailings.
Sean C. asks Ron about his broker’s license and yellow letters. And I’ll introduce you to Jamie, our new D.A.M. Reporter.
Stephen asks Ron about funds from a private lender.
In this week’s Ask Ron, Stephen A. asks Ron about purchasing multifamily properties.
Ask Ron – Thomas E. asks Ron about options.
Tina K. asks Ron about land trusts.
Ron answers all of Tom’s questions in this Ask Ron.
Calvin M. asks Ron about a prospective ACTS deal.
Ron answers questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding ACTS, Virtual Assistants, home inspections and more!
This week Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding building a buyers list, ACTS paperwork, title searches and more!
This week Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding tenants, Virtual Training, agreements and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding comps, private lending website, ACTS, and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding lease options, PATLive , ACTS, and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding regarding receipt agreements, ACTS, owner financing and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding the Warranty Deed to Trustee form, building a buyer’s list, and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding quick selling strategies, bulk packages and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding mailing lists, taking over debt, land contracts and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding getting the deed, the Mentor, ACTS and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding liens, agreements, property taxes and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding deals, success books, posting ads, and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding title searches, rental ordinances, buyers lists, and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding seller financing, ACTS, Work For Equity, and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding LOI’s, pre-foreclosures, ACTS/Lease Purchases and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding ACTS, credit repair, reverse mortgages, and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding agreements, strategies, ACTS and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding ACTS, MLS, Subject To and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding MLS, Dodd-Frank, ACTS and more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding CESAs, demand letters, probate deals and much more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding Dodd-Frank changes and purchase agreements.
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding earnest money checks, lenders and much more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding rehab costs, equitable interest in property and much more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding existing finances, follow up with sellers and much more!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding VA scripts, letters of intent and much more! You can sign up for the events Ron discusses in the video here: Work For Equity Simulcast, April 30th Fast … Read more »
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding Lease Options, IRAs and much more! You can sign up for the Work For Equity Simulcast here: Work For Equity Simulcast, April 30th Be sure to make a … Read more »
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding contracts, talking to the seller and much, much more! You can sign up for the Work For Equity Simulcast here: Work For Equity Simulcast, April 30th
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding REO agents, yellow letters and much, much more!
Ron answers your questions about payment checks, ACTS deals and more in our weekly Ask Ron video. Be sure to make a note now that Ron’s Live Monthly Q&A call is this coming Monday, May 12th at 7PM EDT. To … Read more »
Ron answers your questions about ACTS deals, fire-damaged properties and more! To find out more about Ron’s Big Money in Big Chunks event, head over to RonLeGrand.com/BigMoney! Looking to sign up for our Great American Real Estate Summit? Click here … Read more »
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding Land Trusts, deeds and much, much more! To find out more about Ron’s Big Money in Big Chunks event, head over to RonLeGrand.com/BigMoney! Looking to sign up for … Read more »
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding private money, insurance and much, much more! Looking to sign up for our Great American Real Estate Summit? Click here to check out our Summit website at RES2014.com!
This week, Ron answers your questions from the Gold Club Forum regarding lease purchase forms, short sales and more! Looking to sign up for our Ron’s latest event, Big Money in Big Chunks? Click here to find out more and … Read more »
Ron’s back with answers on LLCs, balloon payments and much, much more in this week’s edition of Ask Ron! You heard Ron! Head over to RES2014.com right now and get registered for the Great American Real Estate Summit 2014!
Do you have questions? Ron’s got answers! This week, we’re discussing Land Trusts, fees and more! Tired of hearing Ron bug you about the Summit? Sign up HERE and shut him up!
Ron’s back this week to answer questions from Gold Club members! This week, he’s discussing Dodd-Frank rules, forms for various deals and more! Tired of hearing Ron bug you about the Summit? Sign up HERE and shut him up!
Hey there! Ron’s back this week to answer more of your questions. This week, we’re discussing monthly payments, buying at auctions and much, much more! Want to find out the big secret that’s got Ron excited? Call 1-800-567-6128 and ask … Read more »
Hey there! Ron’s answering your questions on Dodd-Frank rules, Lease Options and a ton of other subjects. This is an information-filled Ask Ron video that you do not want to miss. Gold Club members, make sure you’re submitting your questions … Read more »
Hey There! It’s time for another Q&A session with Ron! This week Ron’s discussing screening tenants, closings and much, much more! Ron even said before the video that these are some great questions this week. Make sure you’re paying attention … Read more »
Hey There! Ready for some more answers from Ron? This week Ron’s discussing calling sellers, lease options and much, much more! Ron’s loving all the interesting questions sent in this week, so make sure you’re contributing your questions online! Members … Read more »
Even though Ron is steadily cruising through the serene scenes of Alaska, he heard your cries for help and managed to answer your questions from across the nation. Not only that, he brought some friends along to help out! We’ve … Read more »
Hey There! No time for small-talk this week! We had so many questions this week, we could barely get them all in one video. Ron’s got some great answers on Texas-specific real estate rules, private loans and much, much more. … Read more »
Hey there! Ron’s got answers on buyer applications, subleasing and a bunch of other topics in our weekly Q&A sesson, Ask Ron. Tune in to get the answer to your question, or you can learn from questions others are asking. … Read more »
This week’s Ask Ron was full of questions about payments! From monthly payments to down payments and more, your questions about who pays what for how much have been answered! Ron had one question from a concerned investor that wants … Read more »
Ron recorded this week’s Ask Ron in the office before coming down to the Summit, and he’s covering scripts, trusts and a bunch of other topics. Make sure to tune in and get your fill of the weekly Q&A with … Read more »
If you submitted a question to the Ask Ron forums on the Gold Club website, you’ll find your answer from Ron here. This week, our questions covered loans, entities and a few other subjects. Even if you didn’t ask a … Read more »
It’s time for our weekly Q&A video, Ask Ron! This week, Ron’s answering your questions on war zones, contracts and more. There is a lot of information in this week’s video, so you should definitely tune-in even if you didn’t … Read more »
This week’s Ask Ron is packed with interesting questions! A student in Canada wrote in with some questions to Ron, and it’s interesting to see the differences in our business once you cross the border. This week’s video also includes questions … Read more »
Our weekly Q&A with the Guru is back with another round of questions fresh from the Gold Club forums. This week Ron’s answering questions on LLCs, direct mail campaigns and much, much more! Ever wondered to which list you should mail … Read more »
Ron’s back this week with more questions to all the burning questions from his Gold Club members! This week, Ron’s talking about resale restrictions, Dodd-Frank laws and more! Dodd-Frank seems to confuse more people than anything else, so if you have … Read more »
Another week, another round of questions with the Guru, Ron LeGrand! This week, Ron’s answering your questions about agreements, owner financing and much, much more! Tune-in for another information-packed edition of Ask Ron! Still have a question? Submit it to … Read more »
This week Ron answers two sets of questions. We had a few questions for Ron about his Terms lesson video next week, so he answered those in addition to questions on fees, assigning contracts and more from Gold Club members. … Read more »
Ron’s back this week to answer your questions on agreements, haunted houses and more! Specifically, Ron’s covering the Agreement for Deed and whether or not it works on seller financing deals. Want to know if it does? Watch the video … Read more »
This week, we’re taking a look at Yellow Letters, IRAs and more! When a student wrote in to say his yellow letters were being sent out with trusts instead of names on them, Ron fixed him right up. Ron also … Read more »
Join Ron as he discusses approaching overleveraged homes and what you can do if using a Land Trust isn’t an option in your state! We’re also covering some questions a lot of people have but are too afraid to ask. … Read more »
Ron’s filming this week’s Ask Ron from Quick Start Real Estate School in Seattle. He gathered his brain trust to tackle your questions, and together they’re discussing comps, scripts and much, much more. Ever wondered what you do when comps … Read more »
It’s time for our weekly Q&A with the Guru, Ron LeGrand. This week he’s tackling several good questions from Gold Club members. Have you ever wondered what to do when you can’t find comps to support a seller’s asking price? … Read more »
Ron’s back this week to answer some great questions from the Gold Club. He’s discussing yellow letters, binders and more in this week’s Q&A video. When one student wrote in asking if the return address would affect the results of … Read more »
The Dumires, two of Ron’s mentors, are answering your questions from Quick Start Real Estate School. In our video Q&A , they’re answering questions about seller financing, LLCs and much, much more! As everyone gets excited about Ron’s new Terms … Read more »
Judging by the amount of questions about Terms we received this week, those Terms training videos must be a hit! In particular, Ron’s discussing wraparound mortgages and his new Terms scripts in this edition of Ask Ron. We also have … Read more »
Ron lost his voice calling sellers for your lesson video, but that didn’t stop him from answering your questions! This week, Ron’s covering wraparound mortgages, targeting high-end homeowners and more. A Gold Club member wrote in asking Ron if he … Read more »
Ron’s on vacation this week, so his mentors, the Dumires, are filling in! This week’s Ask Ron is filled with great questions about that big non-refundable option deposit we keep upfront, finding the homeowners of vacant houses and much, much … Read more »
Ron’s back for his weekly Q&A video, Ask Ron, and he’s answering some great questions from Gold Club members. This week, Ron’s discussing example Terms deals, checkbook LLCs and more in an information-packed edition of Ask Ron. Ron’s also answering … Read more »
In this week’s Q&A video with the Guru, Ron LeGrand, we’re discussing topics such as new investor mistakes, paying off the principal debt and more. Eddie Talley, a student in Michigan, wrote in asking how they could find the person … Read more »
We’ve adding addendums to agreements, helping new investors with their first deal and more in this week’s edition of Ask Ron. Ted Peterson, a new investor working on his first deal, wrote to Ron asking how to answer his seller’s … Read more »
We’re making sure you’re covered for taxes and insurance, using the right scripts and more in this week’s information-packed Ask Ron. Ted Peterson, a savvy new investor from Connecticut, wrote in asking about using comps to evaluate a house. What … Read more »
Ron’s discussing raising the rent price for tenants, total gut rehabs and more in this week’s edition of Ask Ron. Mary Ann Nunez wrote in with a question about her recently completed first deal. She wants to raise the purchase … Read more »
We’re covering taxes and insurance, monthly payments and more in this week’s Q&A video, Ask Ron! Derek Clayborne, a Gold Club member from Maryland, wrote in with a few questions asking about a potential deal. Does the seller’s taxes and … Read more »
We’re covering land trusts, purchase contracts and more in this week’s Q&A video, Ask Ron. With the new Terms course, we’ve had a flood of questions concerning seller financing and subject-to deals. Rochelle Johnson’s question this week asked if the purchase … Read more »
We’re covering marketing to specific lists, negotiating payments and more in this week’s Ask Ron. Ron’s mentors are covering Ask Ron this week while Ron is traveling. Debbie Magar, a Gold Club member, wrote in saying she has a tenant-buyer that … Read more »
This week’s Ask Ron is all about options, transfer taxes and what the seller can and can’t do to kill your deal. Tony Garza, a Gold Club member from Georgia, wrote in asking about subject-to and lease-purchase deals. For subject-to … Read more »
Ron’s discussing foreclosures, mortgage acceleration and more in his weekly Q&A video, Ask Ron. Albert Anzalone, a Gold Club member from New York, put a buyer in a land trust about a year ago, but now he wants the property … Read more »
In this week’s Q&A video, Ron’s discussing third-party administrators for Roth IRAs, Dodd-Frank exemptions and more. Cecilia Lance from California was on the ball this week with two great questions. Her first was about who should be our third-party administrators … Read more »
Ron and special guest Cyndy Dumire are answering questions on marketing, licenses and more from San Antonio, Texas! Vanessa Blais, one of our newest Gold Club members, wrote in to ask if there was any way to be appointed as … Read more »
Ask Ron this week is covering outstanding mortgages, Dodd-Frank compliance and a ton of other great questions sent in from our Gold Club Members. Katrina Manley, a member from Florida, wrote in asking about what to do with the lease-option … Read more »
Ron’s back to tackle questions on back taxes, loans and direct mail campaigns in this week’s Ask Ron. Charles McCutchen from Texas wrote in asking how back taxes would affect a wholesaling deal he’s currently working. Ron’s answer: they don’t! … Read more »
In this week’s Ask Ron we’re covering questions about working in small towns, warranty deeds and rent credits. Chad Jenkinson, an investor working in Minnesota, wrote in with a question we see a lot: will this system work in a … Read more »
This week’s Ask Ron is answering questions on mortgages, agreements and much, much more! Mary Ann Nunez wrote in from California to ask about land trusts. Do you need to form a corporation or LLC first to use them? Find … Read more »
Ron’s back to answer questions on wraparound mortgages, title companies and more in this information-packed edition of Ask Ron! Cecilia Lance from California wrote in asking what the difference between a lease-option, option and ACTS deal is, so if you’ve … Read more »
We’re answering questions on Tennessee real estate, option deposits and more in this week’s Ask Ron. Jeffre Lenza wrote in asking a common question—if the house you’re buying is in one state but you live in another, where should you get … Read more »
Ron and crew are answering this week’s questions from Quick Start Real Estate School in Raleigh, NC. A couple of dedicated students wrote in with multiple questions, and Ron’s team of experts knocked them all out. MaryAnn Nunez needs to … Read more »
Ron’s back this week to answer questions on deals with and without equity, double wraps and more in our weekly Q&A, Ask Ron. After Melanie Mihal in California mailed to a 60-90 day late list, she got a great response rate … Read more »
The crew is answering your questions while vacationing in Hawaii this week, and they’re discussing writing contracts, lis pendens and much, much more in this week’s Ask Ron! KJ Roberts from California ran into a troubling situation where a seller … Read more »
We’re answering questions on foreclosure properties, investing without money and more in this week’s Q&A video, Ask Ron. Michael Buchanan from Missouri wrote in with an all too common question: what should I focus on when starting with no capital? It’s … Read more »
Ron is answering questions on multifamily properties, Realtors and much, much more in this week’s Ask Ron. Patricia McClain from Georgia wrote in asking about signing contracts. Do you sign them as your LLC name or your personal name? Find … Read more »
Ron and the crew are answering questions on Texas rentals, loan transfers and more in this week’s Q&A video, Ask Ron! Laura Perkinson from North Carolina wrote in about a seller that wants to transfer his loan into someone else’s name. … Read more »
Ron and Lance Edwards, the multifamily expert, are reporting in from Alaska to answer a few questions about paying cash for a house, commercial property and more. Francisco Zuniga, a Gold Club member from Texas, wrote in asking about inspecting … Read more »
Ron’s back from Alaska and answering a ton of questions from the Gold Club, including options, land contracts and much, much more. Options are on everyone’s mind this week as Ron answers a few questions about them: What is the … Read more »
This week Ron is answering questions on lead sheets, land contracts and much, much more! You don’t want to miss this information-packed Q&A session with the Guru. Judy Rounseville from Wisconsin wrote to Ron saying she was confused about the difference … Read more »
Ron’s back to answer questions on Dodd-Frank laws, subject-to deals and more in this week’s Q&A video, Ask Ron. Both Peter Potylicki and Thomas Carlin wrote in with a similar question this week: how does the non-refundable option deposit work? … Read more »
We’re discussing agreements, bank loans and more in this week’s information-packed Ask Ron. When student David Milano from California wrote in about the short form lease agreement, he wanted to know how to decide how much of the monthly rent … Read more »
Ron and his crew of experts are answering questions this week on sales tax, land trusts and “off market” homes. Todd Crane from Tennessee wrote in asking Ron about advice on land trusts, but little did he know that Ron … Read more »
In this week’s edition of Ask Ron, Ron answers our Gold Club members’ questions regarding pre-screening leads, Dodd-Frank exemptions, option deposits and more! Still have a question for Ron? Submit it to our Ask Ron forum!
In this week’s edition of Ask Ron, Ron answers your questions regarding Owner Financing and Adjustable Rate Mortgages, S-Corporations, Making Offers on REOs, Purchase and Sale Agreements, and much more!
In this week’s edition of Ask Ron, Ron goes LIVE with Facebook Live. The inaugural live edition was a huge hit, so you’ll definitely see more of it. This week, Ron answered questions from Gold Club members regarding Coverdell Education … Read more »
In this week’s Ask Ron, Eric W. asks Ron about what happens in the unlikely event that the lender enforces the due on sale clause.
A form to to declare an assignment between you and a buyer. Revised 04/28/2014 Assignment
This is completed only if you transfer beneficial interest in the trust. Revised 04/28/2014 Assignment of Beneficial Interest in Trust
Use to assign any contract to purchase. Revised 04/28/2014 Assignment of Contract for Purchase and Sale
Revised 04/28/2014 Assignment of Rents and Leases
Revised 04/28/2014 Auction Template
BA II Plus(tm) Financial Calculator Exact capabilities of the best-selling financial calculator from Texas Instruments – the BA II Plus. Easier to use than other financial calculators, including the HP 12C. Thoughtful features, such as the innovative 2nd function key … Read more »
Alton Jones Ernie Pisscott Jay Conner Jeanne Chizek Joel Sangerman Kathleen Grant Michele Hoffecker
Well, let’s start with the bad news. We were informed last week that the Embassy Suites where we’re holding the Summit is full and cannot take any more people. I’ve made several warnings in the past that would happen and, … Read more »
Option Agreement – Option Buyer’s Disclosure Form Revised 05/02/2014 Buyer’s Disclosure
This form appoints a successor trustee. Revised 04/28/2014 Certificate of Appointment of Successor Trustee
This form resigns the trustee of your company. Revised 12/21/2015 CERTIFICATE OF ELECTION OF SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE
Revised 04/28/2014 Commercial Letter of Intent
You may not always need these clauses, but they’re here in case they apply to your situation. Revised 05/02/2014 Contingency Clauses
Listen as Ron’s Brother Dave LeGrand, an accomplished real-estate investor and pastor, shares ways to get rid of the clutter and confusion in your life and FOCUS on what matters to be more productive and more prosperous. Continue reading Read more »
Deadly Mistakes You Can Avoid by Ron LeGrand Over the last 23 years, I’ve known many investors and entrepreneurs. I’ve seen every possible scenario, from overnight success to plodding, sit-on-your-butt-and-do-nothing failure. I’ve known people who would get off to a … Read more »
Revised 04/28/2014 Development and Profit Participation Agreement
Did you know cancelling your credit card isn’t always the best option for your credit score? If you pay an annual fee it’s probably better to go ahead and cancel the card. If you don’t, sometimes just cutting up the … Read more »
Did you know that house insurance is one of the most asked about things we see on a regular basis? Everyone wants to make sure they’re covered, but it seems like no one knows exactly where to go for that … Read more »
This document serves as an explanation and disclosure regarding your property. Revised 08/24/2018 Disclosure Regarding Real Estate Transactions
Do You Have The Courage To Be Rich? I’m constantly amazed at how the majority of the human race in a great country like America would rather spend their entire life being mediocre, swapping hours for dollars, taking little … Read more »
Option purchase price credit to down payment addendum. Revised 05/02/2014 Down Payment Addendum
This gives an option to tenant/buyers to pay in extra money each month to be applied to their down payment. Revised 04/28/2014 Down Payment Assistance
Revised 04/28/2014 Down Payment Assistance Program – Canada
A form to authorize a lender to send you the balance of a seller’s escrow account when the load is paid off. Revised 05/02/2014 Escrow Agreement
Have signed anytime you are assuming or taking a loan “Subject To” that has an escrow account. Revised 04/28/2014 Escrow Letter
This Escrow Letter asks the lender to apply escrow balance to the loan balance when you pay them off. Revised 04/28/2014 Escrow Letter – Canada
Revised 04/28/2014 Executive Summary
…no longer exists! As time keeps ticking, we regularly make updates to our forms and agreements based on attorney recommendations. Exhibit C has been rolled into the newer form, Real Estate Purchase Option Agreement which you can find below. Please … Read more »
This worksheet is to help you organize all the information you have on an existing note. Revised 10/29/2014 Existing Note Worksheet
In this call, Ron discusses exit strategy with a seller on a $750k home, and responds to her objections.
Did you know there is nearly $33 billion in unclaimed money sitting in state treasuries? That’s right, $33 billion! Did you also know there are people just like you who had the information they needed to find out if they … Read more »
Revised 04/28/2014 Finding the Right Realtors
In Lesson 2, Ron presents your pre-selection criteria for finding the homes you want. He also reminds you to “know your exit!” Includes an “Auction Bid Sheet“(PDF) and a “Notes Form“(PDF) Continue reading Read more »
In Lesson 4, Ron discusses “Follow Up” with prospects between the time you get a verbal yes, and the time you get it in writing; and, after you get a contract, until you get it closed. Continue reading Read more »
In Lesson 5 Ron finishes with selling and summarizes the 5 steps: 1) Putting houses under contract; 2) Title search; 3) Locating prospects; 4) Assignment of contract; and, 5) Closing. Don’t forget to print/download Ron’s “Selling Houses Fast” manual (PDF) Continue reading Read more »
Revised 04/28/2014 Flap Your Lips Private Lender Script
Oh No! All this time you’ve been telling me I could make a killing buying & selling (flipping) houses and now you’re telling me it’s illegal, Ron? Well, sort of! But before you get all upset, I’d better explain. Don’t … Read more »
Ron LeGrand did this 2 part training call on FSBO or For Sale By Owner’s to deal with the issues that newcomers have when entering the real estate business. Listen to Ron explain how to tell a “prospect from a … Read more »
I closed on four deals sourced by my Gold Club Virtual Assistant! Here are the details: I bought the first house by taking over the debt and gave the seller a few thousand on top for a total purchase price of … Read more »
A General Release releasing you of liability. Your attorney should close this transaction and prepare a statement for the buyer to accept the release and acknowledging approval of transaction. Revised 05/02/2014 GENERAL RELEASE BUYER when closing lease option – ACTS … Read more »
A “General Release” releasing you of liability. Your attorney should close this transaction and prepare a statement for the seller to accept the release and acknowledging approval of transaction. Revised 05/02/2014 GENERAL RELEASE SELLER when assigning lease – ACTS only
It amazes me how some people, most in fact, who have the same amount of hours in a day, get so little done. I’ve always had a hard time understanding why people intentionally waste time and live an unproductive life. … Read more »
Everyone has a comfort level in which they live and work. It is determined by several factors and can be changed with practice and time. We have a choice of what we do each day, how we spend our time, … Read more »
Revised 04/28/2014 Getting Free Payments
Radio is a powerful, far-reaching medium that can be an incredible source of leads as you crank up your “buying machine”. It has the ability to spread your message throughout your entire target market at one time. It also allows … Read more »
Don’t miss this 3 part series interview with Ron LeGrand conducted by one of his Millionaire Students. Listen as Ron Shares where he came from, how he got started and how you too can be cashing in on the ‘REAL’ … Read more »
A special message from Lee Phillips… Robyn Thompson wants to personally invite you to the Summit… Dave LeGrand is reporting in… Jay has got something to say! Scott’s here to talk to you about commercial investing… So, are you excited … Read more »
All of these companies are coming together in one place to offer everything a successful real estate investor needs to propel their business to the top. Whether you want to automate the day-to-day tasks or help earn a little more … Read more »
We couldn’t very well ask you all to come stay with us in Florida and not roll out the welcoming mat, so consider this to be your personal invitation to stay with us at the Embassy Suites for our Great … Read more »
One of the many benefits you receive for being a Gold Club member is access to the many different forms and contracts we have in our library. Ron’s spent time and money to ensure these documents are attorney approved, and … Read more »
We hear a lot from our students about being new to the program. Sometimes we hear how excited they are to get started, but more often than not we hear how scared and nervous they are to do their first … Read more »
We’ve talked a lot about our Great American Real Estate Summit 2017 coming this January, and there’s a good reason why: this is going to be the event of the year! If you can only make one event of Ron’s this year, … Read more »
Are you not buying because you’re waiting to sell what you have first? Is your income suffering because you haven’t plugged the hole in the back end? Are you so afraid of selling you quit (or never started) buying? In … Read more »
Revised 04/28/2014 How Do I know I can trust you
Revised 04/28/2014 TX How Do I know I can trust you
Revised 04/28/2014 How do I know when my mortgage payments are made
Revised 04/28/2014 How Long Do You Need To Option My House
As a teenager, I worked summers as a groom at harness racetrack, taking care of horses and shoveling manure. A lot of manure. Every workday started at 5:oo A.M, stopped around 1 P.M., started back up about 5P.M. to get … Read more »
Learn how to create extraordinary income using the power of being an affiliate. How To Create Extraordinary Income Part Time – Teleseminar – Download Have a question for Ron? Post your question in the “Ask Ron” section of the forum.
Time vampires are needy, thirsty selfish creatures who suck up your time and energy, leaving you pale, weak and unorganized. Once they’ve found a good meal they keep returning for more, every day. Even though you regenerate yourself with a … Read more »
Nowadays, a huge time vampire and one of my big pet peeves is that stupid cell phone everybody in America seems to be surgically attached to. How in the world can anyone carry on an intelligent face-to-face conversation with someone … Read more »
I just spent two days talking to my master’s members. We discussed numerous subjects, but one topic that always comes to the surface when several people are in a room or on a call is:
Revised 04/28/2014 I Need To Let My Attorney See The Agreement
“It’s not the destination we’re after, it’s the thrill of the chase. When you stop the chase you stop the thrill, life becomes mundane and boring, your personality changes, and you may not even know why..” Continue reading Read more »
Alton Jones Amy Hinderer, John Martin with Ron “Awesome! Amazing! Incredible! Miraculous! I could go on and on! This Boot Camp was exactly what we needed to put our real estate business on automatic pilot. I put Ron’s mantra into … Read more »
Revised 04/28/2014 Fillable PDF
Revised 04/28/2014 Instructions – Read Me First
This form gives you a script with questions to lead the conversation with a buyer. Revised 04/28/2014 Investor Buyer Sheet
A few years ago, I hired a full time mechanic to work on my jet to reduce the maintenance costs and improve its reliability. He was sitting in my office with my pilot, my CFO and myself and we carefully … Read more »
If You Want To Get Rich, You Must First Put Yourself In A Position To Do So. Being successful takes work, I didn’t get rich by sitting around. But you also can’t keep making excuses for why you’re not bringing … Read more »
Sometimes people ask me if I’m a workaholic and my normal answer for them is to define what they consider one to be. Their answer is usually along the lines of someone who spends most of their time working. Then, … Read more »
The other day I was reading Newsweek magazine and came across some poll data I found rather hard to believe. It must be true, given the source, right? The Newsweek poll alleges that 67 percent of Americans are unhappy with … Read more »
Craig Forte is a best selling real estate author, and business-building veteran. Craig has taught more than 14,000 realtors how to create extraordinary growth and lasting profits in real estate. Listen in as Joe Polish interviews him in this audio … Read more »
Gary Halbert was one of the most well known marketing guys throughout the world. Called by many “The World’s Greatest Copywriter” and the “Prince of Print,” Gary wrote many million dollar producing sales letters. Gary Halbert worked with many of … Read more »
In this interview, Joe Polish talks to internet wealth-building expert Jeff Paul about how to find your entrepreneurial spirit and visualize your way to success. His direct response marketing techniques have sold everything from $6,000-per-set golf clubs (using only a … Read more »
Mark Victor Hansen is America’s Master Motivator! He’s co-creator of the wildly successful “Chicken Soup For The Soul” book series – which have sold over 100 Million copies so far! Listen in as Mark discusses which audio tape he listened … Read more »
Michael Gerber has been leading a Small Business Revolution before anyone knew there was one! He called it The E-Myth Revolution, and over the past two decades, he has indelibly touched hundreds of thousands of small business owners throughout the … Read more »
Robert Allen, author of “Nothing Down” is interviewed in this series by Joe Polish. Listen – Download
A sample agreement used to joint venture with an owner of a mortgage. Revised 04/28/2014 Joint Venture Agreement for Assignment of Mortgage
Sometimes we get so wrapped up in our every day problems, it’s hard to see the forest for the trees and a minor tweak in our business can have a major impact on our income. I call it… A Marginal … Read more »
Revised 04/28/2014 Land Installment Contract – Selling
Lead Property Information Sheet – Revised 12/2017 Script Guide Need help filling it out? Ron has a lesson on completing the lead property information sheet. Watch The Lead Sheet Lesson
Use these when installing a tenant buyer on a sandwich lease ACTS deal, or house you own. Revised 09/28/2017 Real Property Possession and Lease Agreement Real Estate Purchase Option Agreement
Use this language as a replacement for paragraph 3 of the lease-option agreement if your intent is to find a buyer before you commit to making a payment. This is applicable on a sandwich lease-option or an ACTS deal. (Updated … Read more »
Ron defines the “Pretty House” business, the 4 ways to buy a pretty house, and his focus on properties where he can take over the debt owed, “subject to,” without putting in any of his own money. Continue reading Read more »
Ron defines the “Ugly House” business, with a focus on wholesaling – the easiest way to get in and out of properties within 30 days for a quick $5,000 – 10,000 profit per property. Continue reading Read more »
The biggest mistake investors make is paying too much for the house. In this lesson, Ron teaches how to determine market value reliably so that you can get the offers flowing. Continue reading Read more »
Perhaps our most requested training topic, this lesson focuses on 4 “need to knows” when prescreening a “Pretty House.” Ron uses real-world examples in stepping through the process. Continue reading Read more »
In Lesson 1 of the Business Management Training series, Ron discusses what he will cover in this training series and whether or not everyone CAN achieve a quantum leap success.
In Lesson 1 of the Commercial Property Training series, Ron discusses the advantages and disadvantages of commercial property and what kinds of properties to look for.
In this video, Ron goes over how to Locate Prospects and focuses on Calling FSBOs, otherwise known as For-Sale-By-Owner Properties. Take note of the steps he goes through and how he uses the lead information sheet to comb through all … Read more »
In this lesson Ron teaches how to use Yellow Letters to locate Prospects. He mentions using a tried a true method, the yellow letter, because it is just that- TRIED and TRUE and PROVEN. Watch the lesson and learn how … Read more »
In this video Ron touches on using Realtors and the MLS in your business in this continuation of the “Locating Prospects” series. Listen to Ron as he teaches what he knows best…
In this video Ron and our D.A.M. reporter Lauren go over how to present offers and handle objections.
In this lesson Ron takes a different approach to teaching. Ron becomes an ACTOR! He plays out a skit in which Lauren, our D.A.M. reporter, plays the part of a home owner and Ron shows us how to get a … Read more »
Watch this teaching lesson by Ron and our D.A.M. reporter Lauren. In this lesson they go over any additional forms and follow up you will need to do with your prospects.
In this video Ron explains Land trusts and gives a step by step walk through of them. Watch Ron show you how to take title in the video below. If you found these videos helpful, we have hundreds more available … Read more »
In this lesson Ron goes over foreclosure deals, a really hot topic in the industry! Listen in and take plenty of notes as he goes over the special handling of these deals.
In this lesson Ron does a quick overview of the 6 critical steps to get a house sold quickly, even in today’s market. If you found these videos helpful, we have hundreds more available only to Gold Club members, and … Read more »
In Lesson 2 of the Commercial Property Training series, Ron discusses what to look for in commercial property, and how to quickly prescreen properties based on the math.
In this lesson, Ron covers the first 3 major reasons houses don’t sell and what you need to do to overcome them. *In this video, Ron refers to a link to a Chase Fine Home video, here it is: http://www.youtube.com/user/ChaseFineHomes … Read more »
Part 2 in Why Houses Don’t Sell. “Poor Area” Stay out of the ‘War Zones’!
Part 3 in Why Houses Don’t Sell. “Over Priced and Sales Person Personality Problems”
Part 4 in Why Houses Don’t Sell. “Inflexibility of Seller”
Part 5. “Salesperson’s Lack of Knowledge About Financing Programs Available”
Part 6 in Why Houses Don’t Sell. “Salesperson’s Lack of Knowledge of Funding and Prescreening”
Part 7 in Why Houses Don’t Sell – “Salesperson Loses Control of the Loan Process”
Ron’s Gold Club Lesson 27. Locating Buyers
Lesson 28. Prescreening Buyers
In Lesson 3 of the Commercial Property Training series, Ron goes over methods 1 and 2 of buying with no money, subordination (his favorite) and using part of the seller’s property to borrow all of the down payment.
Making an Offer on an Ugly House
Lesson 32. Business Management Part 1
This week, Ron covers the basics of estimating repairs.
Ron finishes his business management lesson covering delegation and a personal assistant.
Part 3 of Ron’s business management lessons. How to manage your cash flow.
Ron teaches members how to systematize their business in this week’s lesson.
Ron reviews problem solving.
Ron discusses maintaining focus.
Ron discusses IRA’s and why they are so important to have.
In Lesson 4 of the Commercial Property Training series, Ron goes over methods 3 and 4 of buying with no money, getting a private money loan for the full amount and getting a private money loan for the down payment … Read more »
Ron discusses the best ways to make money fast (legally) and with little or no risk.
If you found these videos helpful, we have hundreds more available only to Gold Club members, and we release more every week. Ron’s Gold Club is an elite club for those serious about making easy money and lots of it! … Read more »
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In Lesson 5 of the Commercial Property Training series, Ron goes over methods 5 and 6 of buying with no money, “Apartments – Using HUD 221D Loan to Buy and Rehab” and “Taking Over Debt ‘Subject To.” Ron throws in … Read more »
In Lesson 6 of the Commercial Property Training series, Ron walks you through finding commercial deals on LoopNet.
This week’s lesson video was filmed on location at the Quick Start Real Estate School in San Jose, CA. Every Quick Start, Ron takes the students on a bus tour so they can view ugly houses in person. They were … Read more »
The bus tour that Ron conducts at the Quick Start Real Estate school isn’t just for a scenic drive around the city. They stop at multiple ugly houses with Ron discussing how to structure a deal specific to each house. … Read more »
In this week’s lesson video, Ron is on a call with a student, David Head. He stresses the importance of using scripts and getting the house under contract. Listen in and get some great tips on what to do. Play … Read more »
In this week’s lesson video, we are on location at the Quick Start in Minneapolis! Listen in as Ron goes over the types of methods to buy a home and whether or not to stay in the deal.
In this week’s lesson video, we are on location at the Quick Start in Minneapolis! Listen in as Ron and Jay go over the importance of being a Realtor. Then hear from the Realtor who found the houses for the … Read more »
Live on location in Minneapolis, Ron and Jay discuss what they would repair on an ugly house. $30,000 may seem like a lot to spend on repairs, but it makes all the difference for the ARV!
Listen in as Brian Hanson and Francis Ablola discuss the Affiliate Marketing Domination Model. They have some great tips to help you promote and become an affiliate.
1. It has a large universe of hungry buyers. Sell to a starving crowd. 2. The potential market can afford to buy. You can’t sell to the homeless. 3. It has already been successfully sold by others. At least some … Read more »
Our lesson video this week is from the Information and Internet Marketing Boot Camp that was held in Jacksonville, FL a few weeks ago. Listen in as Ron goes over some fundamentals about information marketing!
Our lesson video this week was filmed live on location at the Commercial Property Boot Camp here in Jacksonville, FL. In this video, Ron goes over prescreening commercial properties, including trailer parks!
Tune in as Ron covers a basic Seller Financing deal. He will be going in more depth at the event in Jacksonville. Buy Sell $200,000 … Read more »
Listen in as Ron and Jay discuss the importance of running a radio ad to attract buyers.
Listen in as Lynette Wolff calls prospective sellers to see if she can get a deal.
Our lesson video this week was filmed live on location from Business Management in Jacksonville, FL. Listen in as Ron covers how to protect your assets.
Our lesson video is live on location from the Quick Start Real Estate School in Seattle, WA. Tunes in as Ron goes over how to handle objections.
This week’s lesson video catches up with Paul Ritter to discuss DIY credit repair. Make sure you have a pen to jot down notes and the special promo code at the end!
This week’s lesson video, Ron shows you how to determine the difference between what makes you a dealer and an investor. If you found these videos helpful, we have hundreds more available only to Gold Club members, and we release … Read more »
Ron talks about how to handle objections from sellers and buyers from his Quick Start Real Estate School in Houston, TX!
Ron continues his talk from Quick Start in Houston as he discusses when he will make payments on deals with sellers.
This week we have a student-story from Ron’s Quick Start Real Estate School in Houston, Texas! Listen to one man’s journey from a regular job to a better paying one with Ron’s courses. You’ll also see the generous side of … Read more »
This week’s lesson comes from Quick Start Real Estate School. Ron discusses to his class how you can best utilize a Realtor to gain access to REO properties. He’s got some great tips on how to talk to them which … Read more »
This week’s lesson video is with Ron and our Internet and Marketing Director, Nick! Nick had a great chance to apply Ron’s lessons outside of work and scored big when a deal was presented to him. The best part about … Read more »
Ron’s excited for this week’s lesson video! In it, he’s going to show you how easy it is to work with million dollar homes. Once you realize that doing high-end home deals are the roughly the same process the low-end … Read more »
This week’s lesson is a recording from Ron’s Quick Start Real Estate School in Atlanta. In this audio clip, we’re discussing the Maximum Allowable Offer (or MAO) and some formulas you can use to make sure you’re not bidding too … Read more »
Ron’s weekly lesson this week is all about how to properly use a Virtual Assistant. With production direction, a VA can take care of the day-to-day tasks that you can’t ignore. Every day tasks like calling leads and filling out … Read more »
Yellow letter campaigns are a little tricky to pull off, but a successful one can really bring in the leads. This week’s lesson video is all about making sure your yellow letters are done correctly. If you’re thinking about some … Read more »
We’ve been getting a lot of questions about best to structure your business as far as LLCs and corporations are concerned. Ron’s put together a 15-minute Lesson Video to share with you how he’s structured his business. Now, every business … Read more »
This lesson is a recorded call from our Big Money in Big Chunks event. The call is between our mentor, Lynette Wolff, and a seller, and she’s following up on a Lead Property Information Sheet. In the call, she’s working … Read more »
This week we’re bringing you a clip from Ron’s Quick Start Real Estate School in Pittsburgh. The student, Joe, brought in some leads for the Wolffs to follow-up on at the event. In this video, Lynette and Brian Wolff are … Read more »
This week we’re bringing you another clip from Ron’s Quick Start Real Estate School in Pittsburgh. We’re looking at some example deals with a special focus on building rapport with the sellers and offering owner financing. In this excerpt, Lynette … Read more »
Ron may be on vacation, but he recorded a new lesson video for you before he left! This one is all about why you shouldn’t use a Letter of Intent in residential real estate. Now, Ron freely admits that this … Read more »
One of the biggest benefits of Ron’s live training events is that you get to actually see the process happen. Reading a book and understanding the practices is good, but getting real-world experience is great. Of the many parts of … Read more »
The Wollfs are back for another lesson video! We get a lot of requests from students for more live calls to sellers, and we’re happy to oblige! Check out this week’s video lesson where Lynette and Brian are making more … Read more »
This week’s lesson video comes straight from a question submitted to Ron. A student at our Summit heard Ron talk about an IRA owning an LLC and wanted to know more. Instead of just answering the question as part of … Read more »
Your lesson video this week comes straight from the Summit! It’s a clip from Ron’s contracts class where he takes a look at the scripts you’ll need to get going. After all, what’s the point of a contract if you … Read more »
This week’s Lesson Video is a continuation of Ron’s Contracts Class at the Summit. He’s going through the Standard Purchase and Sales Agreement and explaining what the paragraphs mean. As Ron is keen to say, you don’t need to understand … Read more »
Ron discusses why he recommends against assigning your contracts with sellers to the end tenant-buyers. Instead, he recommends assigning your agreement with the tenant-buyer back to your seller if you’re going to get out of the deal.
Ron’s filming a series of lesson videos all about “terms” and what that word means for our business. You see, terms has changed the industry and allows us to structure deals for even more profits on the same type of … Read more »
Ron’s filming a series of lesson videos all about “terms” and what that word means for our business. You see, terms has changed the industry and allows us to structure deals for even more profits on the same type of … Read more »
This week’s Lesson Video is a clip from Ron’s Quick Start Real Estate School in Chicago. Ron and the crew are back on the bus to drive around and check out a couple of homes. As they learn about how … Read more »
Your Lesson Video this week comes from a Quick Start Real Estate School House Tour with Ron! He and the students are discussing the estimated repairs for one of the homes from the tour, and they have some valuable information … Read more »
Ron’s Business Management event is where you go to learn the ins and outs of structuring and running your business. Among several important topics, Ron covers marketing and advertising for those that attend. In this short clip, Ron’s using an … Read more »
This week’s lesson video is from Ron’s Business Management Boot Camp. We’re discussing some more marketing advice from the Guru that’s tried everything before. Ron’s using some examples of marketing collateral to show you what can work and what won’t … Read more »
Ron and the crew are discussing home repair during Quick Start Real Estate School in Seattle. While crunching the numbers on your typical repair items, Ron brought up a few important things to remember when evaluating a house. If it’s … Read more »
This lesson video comes from Business Management Boot Camp, during which Ron is comparing the rate of return on investments in real estate compared to other industries. The math checks out, and real estate is still the best and easiest … Read more »
Our lesson video this week comes courtesy of the Wolffs! If you haven’t heard of the Wolffs before, they’re two of Ron’s mentors, and they’re at almost every event helping new investors structure deals and make closing calls. The Wolffs … Read more »
Last week you listened to the Wolffs make live calls, but this week we have a few calls from Ron! He sent over a few of his calls from his new Terms course to help you talk to sellers. We … Read more »
This week Ron’s taking a look at which entity you should use for investing in real estate. Not only is he covering how you set one up, but he’s helping you decide whether a C-Corporation, S-Corporation or LLC. Each option … Read more »
Having your IRA own an LLC you can use to invest is a great way to make tax-free profits on your deals. Setting up that arrangement, however, requires you to very carefully structure your entities so that you don’t get … Read more »
There’s a warranty deed, a special warranty deed and a quitclaim deed. Do you know which does what? In this short clip from Ron’s Business Management boot camp, he’s going to tell you when each is used in a common … Read more »
Our lesson video this week comes from Ron’s Big Money in Big Chunks event, and it’s all about selling homes online. Using the right keywords and knowing how Google ranks websites lets you work the system in your favor. There are … Read more »
The Wolffs are teaming up with Ron this week in a lesson video straight from Ron’s 4-day training event, Quick Start Real Estate School. Brian Wolff’s negotiating skills are called upon to help a student negotiate his deal over the … Read more »
Our Lesson Video this week is from Ron’s Contracts Class at the Great American Real Estate Summit. In the video, Ron’s going to read through the lease-option agreement and teach you the important paragraphs. He’s not going to explain every … Read more »
This week’s Lesson Video is from Ron’s Business Management Boot Camp where he teaches the back-end of running your business. In this short clip, Ron’s talking about land trusts. How do you set it up? What does it do to … Read more »
Ron’s lesson is from an interview he recently recorded, and he’s discussing follow-up with sellers that initially say no. Ron knows that time changes the motivation of sellers. When a seller says no to terms today, that same seller will … Read more »
Ron and Jay Conner are investigating why a house won’t sell during the Quick Start Antonio bus tour. On the bus tour, Ron’s Quick Start class tours several properties to discuss repair estimates. When they found this house, however, it … Read more »
Ron’s on stage in Raleigh, North Carolina to structure deals for students attending his Fast Track To Wealth event. A student came to class with a lead which turned out to be their mother’s house! Ron went through the deal … Read more »
For this week’s lesson, Ron is role-playing with a student to practice calling a seller about their $5.9 million dollar house. The student received this lead from his Virtual Assistant and wanted Ron’s advice on approaching the deal before they even … Read more »
Your lesson this week is an audio clip from an interview with Ron where he discusses when to go see the house. If you’ve been learning from Ron, you know he’s all about systemizing your business to let you do … Read more »
Ron’s continuing his series of interviews with Bill Hawthorne, and this week they’re discussing subject-to deals. When would you want to buy a house subject-to? What are the risks for the buyer and seller? Find out the answers and don’t forget … Read more »
We get a lot of questions about how to make offers on Listingbook using a Realtor, so this clip from Ron’s Business Management Boot Camp should help explain how it works. Ron’s also got some tips to keep you organized as … Read more »
Ron’s continuing his series of interviews with Bill Hawthorne, and they’re back this week to discuss how we get paid on sandwich lease deals. It’s called a sandwich deal because you’re the meat in the middle, collecting the spread between … Read more »
Ron and Christy King, The Yellow Letter Lady, are discussing which mailing lists work best when using yellow letters while at the Quick Start Alumni event happening now in Jacksonville, FL. Mailing to the right list is a crucial part … Read more »
Filmed at our Quick Start Alumni event, Ron is discussing finding sellers and the quality of different leads. Mentioned in Ron’s lesson is using VAs, running ads and mailing yellow letters. Ron’s advice is this: use all the free ways to get leads … Read more »
Student Bret Barattini is in the hot seat at a Quick Start Alumni event, and Ron’s helping him acquire private lenders. In addition to roleplaying a conversation with a potential lender, Ron has some tips on finding prospects, what information to give … Read more »
At our Quick Start Alumni event, a student asked Ron why he likes low-equity homes. Ron’s answer? They’re slam dunks! Homes with small amounts of equity often have motivated sellers, low monthly payments and they’re easy deals—everything an investor wants. Ron … Read more »
Bill Hawthorne is continuing his series of interviews with Ron LeGrand, and this week they’re discussing why free and clear houses can create the best deals. In this lesson Ron’s explaining how one deal can provide multiple streams of income—cash … Read more »
Jennifer, a student at Ron’s Business Management Boot Camp, is in the hot seat after asking Ron for help overcoming her fear of rejection. As you’ll learn from their conversation, Jennifer is a new investor coming from an entirely different … Read more »
Ron’s Business Management Boot Camp is where Ron focuses on organizing and running your business. In this clip, he’s teaching about the importance using a planner to organize your time. As Ron says, a planner is a time keeping system … Read more »
Ron’s back in his series of interviews with Bill Hawthorn on real estate. This week, they’re discussing which deals to avoid and what it means to be a professional investor. A lot of new investors will scoop up every deal … Read more »
The bus tour is a part of every Quick Start Real Estate School event where Ron and the class travel to homes on sale to inspect them and make offers, and your lesson video this week is Ron on the … Read more »
Revised 04/28/2014 Letter of Agreement and Addendum – CYA Sale
Use this if payments are current. Revised 04/28/2014 Letter of Agreement and Addendum – CYA Purchase
This form gives you limited power of attorney on matters relative to a property. Revised 04/28/2014 Limited Power of Attorney
Revised 04/28/2014 Limited Power of Attorney – Canada
Revised 04/28/2014 Loan Calculator with Balloon Payments
A document which instructs closing agents to close a private loan. Revised 05/02/2014 Loan Closing Instructions
by Ron LeGrand Using this technique, you will find loans that can be assumed, such as non-qualifying FHA and VA loans and private loans. The beauty of this is that non-qualifying loans require little money, no credit checks, and you … Read more »
Management letter to get lender to send you notices and payment book. Revised 05/02/2014 Management Letter to Lender
I’ve been to a few real estate seminars and wasted a LOT of money on “gurus.” Ron LeGrand is the only person to explain in layman’s terms the detailed process of executing and automating real estate investing. Essential to this … Read more »
Hey Ron, Alton Jones here form Long Beach, Ca. Here are my 2 deals since the Quick Start School. Still Less than 28 day in to my program and my 3 weeks of Mentoring with Lynette and Brian. I feel like … Read more »
Hello Lynette and Brian, It is I, Alton Jones, all the way from Long Beach, CA. Here is a quick Testimonial on an appointment with my local assistant Amon Dothard. We have a LOI commitment for a lease with option … Read more »