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This Week Only John Cochran (REU CEO) will be hosting a webinar that will make 99% of Real Estate Investors eyes pop out of their head when it comes to how they’re wholesaling homes illegally by just doing everything that they’ve been taught by the rich guru’s.

John has brought on a very respected and admired Attorney who is legal counsel to the National Real Estate Investors Association (NREIA) and he will explain to the viewers exactly what Investors are doing so wrong on wholesaling homes that could result in HUGE fines, A Felony, Probation and even harsh jail time.

You will want to be on this week’s webinar with Real Estate U and the NREIA’s legal counsel

sneak peak at this week’s webinar

Again, this webinar is all about what Investors are doing nationwide that are big no no’s when it comes to wholesaling and is putting your business in severe danger.

As Investors it all comes down to you have to find deals first.

One of the most common ways people put themselves out there to look for properties (or leads) is social media. They will make some posts on Facebook, Twitter etc. and that’s where red flag # 1 starts that’s putting your business in danger. It’s not that you can’t post on social media looking for homes… IT’S HOW YOU DO IT that’s putting your business at risk of lawsuits.

1. Posting on social media looking for homes to flip

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Looks pretty familiar huh? I know you’ve seen these all over the internet and possibly even make posts like these yourself looking for deals. This is an exact image of what is on the presentation for this week where we will be explaining to you the danger of making posts like these looking for homes

WE HAVE A TON OF CASE STUDIES LIKE THIS THAT WE WILL BE COVERING ON THE WEBINAR THIS WEEK

NOT ONLY Do you put yourself in danger looking for deals with posts like those but let’s take a look at some illegal marketing when you (The wholesaler) has found a deal, you’ve put it under contract with your seller, AND YOU GO TO LOOK FOR YOUR BUYER TO ASSIGN YOUR ASSIGNABLE CONTRACT TO

2. Illegal Marketing looking for buyers to assign your contract to (Example 1)

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WOW doesn’t this look familiar? It’s a HUGE red flag when you have a deal and are looking for a buyer on a home that you do not even own.

3. Illegal Marketing looking for buyers to assign your contract to (Example 2)

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The major question to ask yourself is do you currently do marketing like this for your Real Estate Investing business?

WE HAVE A TON OF CASE STUDIES LIKE THIS THAT WE WILL BE COVERING ON THE WEBINAR THIS WEEK

It doesn’t have to be just on social media either. It could be what you’re saying in your direct mail pieces, business cards, flyers etc. that could be putting your business in severe danger.

If/when you get caught it’s not a very pleasant experience and it all depends on your state what the penalty is. We will be going through some states on the webinar to show you how serious and severe this is.

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One of the states we will be covering is Ohio. We will show you an example of a investor who was found guilty of 284 counts of advertising no no’s that ended up getting him a fine of $284,000. You need to be better educated on this subject so you don’t get hit with a fine like that.

Are you bringing in wholesaling fees or wholesale fines?

Now you’re sitting at your computer sweating like a pig and scared for your business and you should be, however that’s why you need to be on this training. You don’t want to lose everything by wholesaling illegally when you thought you were doing everything correct.