Building a real estate business can be one of the best ways to achieve financial freedom. The problem for most, however, is money: There simply isn’t enough in your hands to get all the deals you want. That’s why today’s show might be the most impactful podcast episode you’ve ever heard. In today’s interview with Matt Faircloth, author of the new book Raising Private Capital, shares the steps needed to begin raising money from others to fund your real estate deals. You’ll discover the different types of private capital (and how to approach each), how Matt and his wife were able to grow from 30 units to over 300 (!) using other people’s money, and why talking about metrics to a private lender might not be a great idea at first. If you want to 10x your real estate portfolio or build your empire faster, this is one show you can’t afford to miss!
In This Episode We Cover:Who Matt Faircloth isHow they’ve reached 380 units to dateTips for building wealth by investing in businessWhat you should know about opportunity costFinding deals versus making good dealsHow to raise private moneyTips for starting a business with friends and familyA role-play call with DavidThe number one question potential cash providers askWhy you should start with debtA new way to look at debtWhen the SEC gets involvedAbout his bookAnd SO much more!Links from the ShowBiggerPockets ForumsBrandon’s InstagramDavid’s InstagramBiggerPockets InstagramBiggerPockets StoreBiggerPockets Podcast 203: Finding Deals, Funding, Contractors, and Mentors with Matt and Liz FairclothBP Podcast 088: Investing with Your Spouse, Managing Financials, and Growing Your Team with Matt and Liz FairclothBiggerPockets WebinarBNIBiggerPockets Pro ReplayBiggerPockets Hard Money LendersBooks Mentioned in this ShowRich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert KiyosakiRich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant by Robert KiyosakiRaising Private Capital by Matt FairclothLifeonaire by by Steve Cook & Shaun McCloskeyFire Round QuestionsWhat kind of rates are investors getting from private lenders? What’s the holding period?Is there a serious, reliable source for PM lenders available?Would a loan from friends and family be considered private money?If you do pay for your coach, how does the fee workWhats up with the investors/mentors?Do I need a basic contract to use when raising private money, even from people I know and trust, even for family?Are there specific rules around raising the 20% down payment that most banks require?Tweetable Topics:“When it comes to raising money, you got to establish trust first.” (Tweet This!)“People should start with debt.” (Tweet This!)“It’s not about finding good deals, it’s about making good deals.” (Tweet This!)“You’ve got to squeeze the lemon and make something out of it.” (Tweet This!)Connect with MattMatt’s BiggerPockets ProfileMatt’s Company Website