3 High-Impact Places to Find Private Lenders Now

August 6, 2010 | By | 4 Replies More


Let’s face it …

Some places are better (and easier) to get private money than others.

So, you’re probably wondering, “What are some of the best  places to easily find private lenders?”

Great question.

Over they years, I’ve been to TONS of different network meetings, events, and conferences, and have figured out the high-impact (or power) places to get private money.

… and you’re about to discover 3 of these places in the video below.

So, grab a pen and pad because class is in session. Prepare to get schooled.

3 High-Impact Places to Find Private Lenders Now

Click below to watch the video now (fyi – this video was for our Private Money Blueprint blog… but I wanted to share w/ y’all as well)… Enjoy :-)

So, now for your homework

Pick out 1 of these places, set a date to attend, and do it. Action is the key here.

So, networking is a GREAT way to get private money. And is the primary way that I’ve gotten most of my private money ($6 million plus).

But, as I mentioned to you at the end of the video …

=> How many of you want to get private money without networking?

=> How many of you don’t have family and friends with extra money to fund your real estate deals?

If that’s you, we’ve got somethin’ for you too.

Check out this brank spankin’ new in-depth presentation on an old (but little known) private money getting method that we’ve perfected over the last 8 months.

I have a feeling you’re gonna like this!

Talk soon,

~ Patrick

… aka P-Rid

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  1. David Young says:

    The above video is great, but BNI costs too much to join.


    David A. Young

  2. Patrick Riddle says:

    Thanks David. Yeah, there’s definitely a cost to join a BNI group.

    But, with any marketing expense, it’s best to look it as an investment… not an expense.

    … and there are plenty of other places/ways to get private money. So, focus on other strategies if BNI is too much right now.

    ~ P-Rid

  3. Dave Rav says:

    Good sources for PM :)