Ron LeGrand starts off by asking this question: What would you feel if you could collect a $20,000 check every month working part-time? In addition, those checks came with residual income and a nice back-end payday. Sounds good, right? Now imagine, what would you do if you could do it over and over and over again every month? Will you be interested in knowing how it can be done? It might sound absurd to you, but Ron says that it’s very much possible. And he has a real estate system that can help you just that. But will it work for you as well? Let’s find out on this Pretty House Terms Cash Flow review.
Ron’s credentials in the real estate industry are nothing to be scoffed about. He has been a real estate investor for over 37 years, and during that time, he has already bought 3,000+ properties. In fact, he has bought so many, that he doesn’t even know anymore as he already stopped counting. In addition, he has other commercial projects in nine states, and even six different real estate businesses. Basically, Ron has done almost everything that can be done in the industry, and even when he’s still in his seventies, he’s still quite active and earning in it. Surely, based on his experience, he can already tell what is the best way to earn money with real estate. But he does admit that the answer isn’t quite as simple.
To answer it, Ron tells first the various methods one can use to make money on real estate. The first, is wholesaling. It’s not only simple, but also the fastest way. You simply find a good real estate deal, make a contract with the dealer, sell the contract to a different investor, and profit off the difference. Easy. But it has downsides. It’s very competitive. You’re dealing with non-refundable deposits. You’re technically a slave to banks and realtors. The profits are small and will only get smaller after you pay short-term capital gains tax. But worst of all is that there’s no residual income.
Next up, we have rehabbing and retailing, also known as “Fix ‘N’ Flip”. Ron says this can also work, and you can gain good money from this. However, you’ll also have to deal with problems plaguing wholesaling as well, plus a bit more. You’ll need to raise a good amount of capital. You’re going to be stuck dealing with unreliable contractors, choosy buyers, and impossible home inspectors. In the end, fix ‘n’ flips are very unpredictable, as well as very slow and full of (unpleasant) surprises. So the question now at this point is, is there anything else? Fortunately, the answer is yes.
Ron calls his method, the Pretty House Business. He calls this a “modern day money machine.” And he’s not talking about bank repos here. You’re using terms and creativity to profit off of nice homes in nice neighborhoods all over the U.S. The key word here is terms. No terms, no deal. So you could do a lease purchase. Owner financing. Or get the deed subject-to, for example. Either way, you’re never using your own credit or guaranteeing anything, so you’re never putting yourself at risk. And, when structured properly, you get money now, money monthly, and money later.
Sounds like a lot of work? Not at all. Ron’s motto is, “The less I do, the more I make.” As such, he outsources almost the entire business process to virtual assistants and specialty companies. Thus, you’ll be able to save a lot of your time in this business so you can do something else. Ron says that in this business, your job is to make the decisions. Can’t find the right virtual assistants for the job? Not a problem as well. If you purchase Ron’s Pretty House Terms Cash Flow System, you’ll also be given the privilege of using Ron’s own outsourcing team (for an extra cost). Plus, you’ll also get videos, audios, manuals, forms, scripts, objection handling, and more. Everything you need to profit from this business model
How much does it cost? $897 or four payments of $299. There’s a 30-day money-back guarantee. You’ll also get 90 days of helpline support (Monday through Friday), and a $1,000 upgrade certificate you can use on any of Ron’s higher-level programs (sort of like a gift certificate, it seems). Honestly, Ron LeGrand seems to be the real deal, and he seems to know what he’s talking about. But it would be much better if he had some more transparency with his online course, like a clearer explanation, case studies, and more importantly, real success stories.
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