When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going!
by Larry Brown
(Madison, MS USA)
Colm, I must thank you dearly for what you are doing. I've always wanted to become a Real Estate developer but lacked the funds to dive head-on into buying and developing property, as I am sure I would've made mistakes that could have cost a lot of money.
I took the safer route (at the time) and became a Mortgage Broker. Now that the economy is suffering and many mortgage lenders are closing up shop, now is the perfect time for me to pursue my original passion of developing.
I did not know where to turn for help. Most successful real estate developers either do not have the time or refuse to share their success secrets for fear of the competition you may bring.
You're a God-send and I look forward to reading all available material you have on the subject.
I know with your help I will be successful!
Thank you very much for your kind words. What you say is the very reason I sat down and write my three e-courses on Residential Development, Commercial Development and Land Subdivision Development.
I was just amazed to find that at the beginning of the twenty first century not one developer had every written a course that taught others how to develop real estate successfully or a I like to say ... the right way the first time!
When I retired from real estate development work I searched all the Libraries and the web to find if there was such as course and was staggered to find not one. A number of things bt acedemic people, but nothing by a developer who had actually developed some buildings.
So now you know the motivation behind my teaching material I really hope it benefits you and allows you to reach your goals,
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