case studies
E. How To Structure Private Money Deals to Get Lenders to Chase YOU!

Please Note:  This video was recorded when our software was still MS-Excel based.  Rehab Valuator is now completely cloud-based and does NOT require Excel! Use links below to get access!

Please share this video  using the links below!

Share This Video with Your Friends!

This is an all-content video about 3 different ways to structure Private Money Deals.

In this video, I show you:

–          Breakdown of typical financing avenues for real estate deals

–          3 Ways to structure private money deals, with examples

–          A slick way to borrow money from people who don’t have money to lend

–          A way to structure private money deals that will have lenders chasing you

–          And much more

 

Get Rehab Valuator Here!

WHEN YOU UPGRADE TO REHAB VALUATOR PREMIUM, YOU GET OVER $400 IN BONUSES!  CLICK BUTTON ABOVE TO GET DETAILS AND PROCEED.   YOU ALSO GET A 30-DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE, NO QUESTIONS ASKED!

 GET REHAB VALUATOR PREMIUM (WITH ALL THE PRIVATE LENDER MARKETING REPORTS and $1000+ in Bonuses!)



RELATED RESOURCES

Comments (180 comments so far)

  1. Sounds like a solid way to structure deals looking forward to see how it works.


  2. Charles

    Awesome content!!! Thanks!


  3. FRANK GARYMARTIN

    Danill, do you have LP or other types of partnership contracts as security for the lender? Specifically:
    Limited Parntership Contracts that secure the lenders investment with you, without violating Reg D of the Security Act.
    Please let me know: Frank Garymartin at “frank@garymartinrealty.ne​t” 619-752-2266.

  4. How do you get a person to get going on their 1st deal?? I’m still on the fence, fear is a good word for where my head is at!


    • Daniil

      Chuck? Are you talking about how do you get someone to lend you money for the first time? Start with people who know and trust you. That will be the easiest source of money by far!


  5. A. Whiteside

    This is one of the most useful and easy to follow videos that I have seen yet. Great job!

  6. Great video Danil, do you know on average the time it would take to refinance “with portfolio lender” on a property we want to hold and cash out the private lender.

    Thank You


    • Daniil

      Thomas – portfolio lenders typically move quick. None of my loans ever take more than 30 days to close from the time I send the deals to my bankers. There are ususally no seasoning requirements for cash-out refis either.


  7. Chris Genard

    Great tutorial as always! I love the new PM upgrade! This will be very useful. Thanks


  8. Jerome

    Daniil: Thank you for this great Video ,this is awesome content that is investors material for all ,beginners,seasoned and career investors ,You are a great man for doing this daniil ,thanks


  9. Marcos Draco

    Daniil—-I’m really taking advantage of all the infor you are presenting for a beginner. I have been educating myself for a long time (2 yrs) .I drive the drop boxes to many houses for rehab, foreclosures or renter vacancies and realized what a goldmine of opportunities that were right in front of me. Over time I’ve met private real estate investors, investor real estate contractors, real estate agents willing to work with me, they told me what title companies that work with investors the most. I just purchased your rehab valuator premium which I really like. A must for serious presentations. I’m trying to build a mentor relationship with someone( who I recently met while delivering drop box ) who will walk me through my first couple of deals for a % of the deal .I really paid attention to your video on structuring deals and how to get the funding. It was amazing!! What you were pointing out!! Giving free information is not a bad business model Daniil, it actually enhances everybody’s worth over time and isn’t it all about financial security and what it can for you and others whether it’s affording to live life well and giving to others less fortunate.


  10. Gary Carter

    Daniil thanks – as usual your info is priceless..

  11. Great information, I have the software and use it in my business. My buyers appreciate it because
    they don’t have to do all the work and can see all they need to make an well informed decision.
    Thanks


  12. Marcos Draco

    Daniil, I watched the video again. And it’s beautiful! You talk fast but I think fast but because I’ve studied real estate for so long it’s easy for me to understand. It’s a perfect strategy to bring private money lenders time and time again ! I don’t mind parting with some of my profits because without them I’m not even in the game. Now, my question is this ” can I advertise in the paper or craigslist for private lenders that have equity just sitting around earning next to nothing interest” telling them their money will be backed by hard assets ” ???? All people want to make more money esp. in these times with the cost of everything going up with no end in sight. In my lifetime as a kid gas was .25 cents a gallon and cigs were 25 or 35 cents a pack and bread 20 cents a loaf. 40-50 yrs ago.


    • Daniil

      BE VERY CAREFUL ABOUT GENERAL SOLICITATION FOR PRIVATE LENDERS! There are very specific SEC rules that govern this and you can get into a lot of trouble. I’m going to post a few links on the “Additional Resources” page about this.


    • Daniil

      Here’s a good thread to check out about what you can and can’t do in terms of soliciting private money:

      http://www.biggerpockets.com/forums/49/topics/62274-what-are-the-sec-requirements-for-soliciting-private-money-

      Bottom line: find a decent securities lawyer in your state and seek advice before you do any general advertising. Soliciting loans generally has less rules than seeking investors, but you still want to be aware of all the laws, SEC and state-specific before you do any general solicitation.

  13. Daniil, This is so awesome! Great Video, I love the Debt with Equity or Equity only feature of the software. Thanks!

  14. Daniil: Thanks so much for the valuable hints on structuring deals. I find all of your suggestions very helpful. As soon as I can afford it I am going to buy the “Premium” version.


  15. Nova

    Invaluable information for a beginner like myself. Thanks Daniil!!!


  16. George Lekas

    Daniil,

    As always, great information, presented professionally yet so that anyone can understand and follow it. One issue, though. In your answer to Thomas Weir, you seem to indicate that finding non-seasoned refi funding is easy! That’s not the case in my neck of the woods! If I could locate such a bank here in Wisconsin, I’d have more deals going than you could imagine! Anyway, many thanks for all you do, and please keep it up!


    • Daniil

      George – I can almost guarantee you have local community banks and credit unions in your area. Just do a little research – almost every area has these lenders and oftentimes they keep loans “in-house” and are ok doing cash-out refis with no seasoning. I have easily 8-10 banks in my town that do it.


  17. Bart Corrie

    Hey Danill, great material and very well presented. As you know I upgrated to Rehab Valuator Premium and it is worth way more than what I paid for the software.
    GREAT TOOL, quick and simple to create a professional presentation to your Private Lenders and rehabers etc. I love the fact that you can create a varitey of reports based on how you are structuring your deal and do it in a matter of seconds RVP puts you way ahead of your competion.

    Thanks again and I am looking forward to more great stuff from you.
    Bart of Nevada

    PS I just secured a new Private Lender that has over $1,000,000 to invest, their money is sitting in the bank and they are only getting 1,5%


    • Daniil

      Hey Bart- $1mm in private money is awesome! Nice work!


  18. Terrence

    Awesome info! How would you structure a deal when the private lender is only lending you the money for a down payment?


    • Daniil

      Terrence – in that case you would most likely be giving your private lender a 2nd lien on the property and your bank would get the 1st lien. If I’m lending for a down payment and getting a 2nd lien, I’d want a higher interest rate from you. Also, you need to make sure that your bank would be OK with there being a 2nd mortgage on the property. A lot of them don’t like that – a lot of them will want you to “put skin in the game”.


  19. james

    Great Presentation!
    I was slow about using this software but, you just won me over! Again Thanks, James


  20. Raul

    Daniil, Thanks for your response. I did know the SEC had laws seeking investors but I wasn’t sure on seeking funds for deals. I will definitely seek out a securities lawyer to see exactly what the rules are before I do anything. I’m a true believer in due diligence. Thanks again and I’ll keep in touch and let you know what I find out and pass it along. PS the site you gave me the link to is down for the moment. I’ll check it again soon to see what I can find out.


  21. Jessie

    Great content, thanks Danill!!

    Especially like method #2, very slick!

    Thanks!


  22. JW

    Daniil,

    Let me say a few things; first off, I’m glad that I purchased this software and which allows me to do both residential and commercial. This is quality FREE stuff that you’re sharing! You’ve made a presentation that addressed 1) How to address a no money involvement from investor (equity split), and 2) Math on the deals.

    Maybe the next learning session will look at how to address cost over runs and contingencies if you don’t sell.

    Thanks for the time an effort you put into this lesson.

  23. I really appreciated this video, Daniil. It was very clear and to the point. Your premium software, which I am still learning how to use, was an excellent vehicle for the example illustrations.

    The one thing I appreciated learning is that I’m not a beginner anymore! 🙂 Because of my experiences in working with private money, I completely understood everything you explained and have used most of the strategies you suggested. The tip about talking to people with HELOCs was a GREAT idea, though, that I hadn’t used before and was worth the time it took to listen to your video.

    Thanks for reaching out to the rest of us. You’re right, as rehabbers we are always looking for people who have money or access to money, who want their money to work harder for them. That’s what we do!

    Marti Castle Warr
    Plan Z Property Solutions, LLC
    Idaho Falls, ID
    208-351-5533


  24. LeddieO

    Hi Daniil,

    Thank you for this awesome information, that can enhance my presentation to raise that $$$ for
    all the unbelievable real estate deal out there… I’m looking for few PML out there, to partner with.
    If interested shoot me an email (emservices88@yahoo.com) Thanks again for sharing Daniil.
    May God Bless You Always.


  25. Keith Nelson

    Investor seeking private lender offering points and interest. Loan amounts of $50,000 for purchase,

    rehab and sell of SFH’s 3 months or less. You are 1st position. Owner financing takes you out

    with a sale price of $90,000+. Location is Memphis TN.

    Email me with the subject; PRIVATE LENDER.

  26. Keep up the GREAT work D. Excellent job on your presentations. Love love’s everything about your rehabvaluator.

    Thanks and keep them coming,,,


  27. Bill Wiley

    Hey Daniil, as usual you not only provide a quality product well worth more than you are charging, but you continue to provide additional techniques and strategies to gain more value from its use. I own several different deal evaluation programs, however they r more difficult to simulate different what if scenarios. Not with yours, Thanks again. Keep up the good work!

  28. Daniil,

    you have done it again, this is just what I need to rasie capital for my business, and you have done all the work, I just complete the steps you have layed out and the money will roll in….the only question I have is I already have RVPreminum but I dont have the correct codes you ask for what do I do?

    Bob Ross


    • Daniil

      Thanks, Bob! If you need to activate the Premium software again just send an email to support [at] rehabvaluator.com with the computer code shown in the activation window and someone will get back to you.


  29. Larry

    Great presentation, content and value, a must for wholesalers,rehabbers,renters,retailers,and lenders. If the software is ever upgraded, will there ever be price for the upgrade? Daniil you have a winner!

  30. Hi Daniil, thanks for the video presentation. We know that you can work the numbers to each other advantage to make it work, however what is your method of selling the property within 90 days as indicated? This is key, and what happens if it is not sold?


    • Daniil

      Don – there is no guarantee you’ll sell, but you should always do a great renovation, price the property correctly (not too high), and pick locations and neighborhoods where there is demand. You can find data on “average days on market” for different areas and see whether other properties in the that area are selling quick or sitting on the market forever. Do your homework and be selective about your deals.

  31. love it, it has every thing that you can possibly think of, can’t thank you enough.

  32. Thanks that the first time some one really broke it down like that, I have the lite going to have to upgrade. I think that would help get more deals aprroved.

    Thanks


  33. Tom Pemberton

    Hi Daniil

    It’s quite refreshing to watch a video and not be constantly beating over the head with buy this or buy that. I have 20 years experience as a real estate broker, I alos flip houses usually 2/5 per year. The ” Gurus” out there are charging 995 for garbage, you charge $ nothing or 100.00. This product is worth’s in weight in gold and I will be buying it on monday. Keep up the good work


    • Daniil

      Thanks, Tom. We’ve been trying the keep the sales hype to a minimum. I get annoyed by that as well – everyone wanting to reach into your pocket before you even know what it is you’re buying. Appreciate your feedback and compliments!

  34. The hard money interest rate is going to eat up the ipfort, especially in this market where it can take months to sell. Can you make the payments if the house sits for 6 months?


  35. soundman

    Excellent presentation. Really shows the power of the software. Very informative!


  36. Mary Bennett

    Daniil:

    See this is the type of information that investors need to know!! This is one of those pick me up BAM in your face and absolutely an AAH HAA squared moments!! It has me sold to purchase the upgrade as well as forward the email to other investors that i know.

    Also I have a proposal for you Dan. So I’m going to shoot you an email later on and run something by you that would help get this product out to the masses. It’s definitely a steal and Thanks a million!!!


  37. Kat

    Hey, Daniil—Awesome software for investors! Where’s the MAC version??? I need it! 😀


    • Daniil

      Hi Kat. Web-based version coming next spring!!


  38. Yasin

    I like your presentation!. Great techniques, I have tried same techniques for raising private money but no success. I am experienced investor i have successfully completed 37 single family, multifamily and commercial projects, I have access to lots of great deals in the greatest major metropolitan markets in the contry single family and multifamy but i am having difficult time finding good funding source for my deals. any sugesstions.?

  39. Danniil
    Great stuff as all ways. Knowledge is the key. Would love to talk to you some time. It has been a while.

    David Wagenius

  40. Like your video, I use the software for my deals in Houston, Texas. I’m always looking for private money.
    I do buy and hold, so if you want long term returns connect with me.

    Luke
    http://bighomebuyers.com

  41. It doesn’t matter if you are a seasoned pro constantly expanding your portfolio, a real estate agent assessing the value of a property, a developer who rehabs and resales, an investors or develops and maintains, a wholesaler constantly scouting potential deals for, buyers looking to make profits in real estate investing, or a beginner looking to get started RehabValuatorLite makes is simple..watch the video, download the FREE SOFTWARE, start making profitable deals..its just that simple

  42. i loved your presentation but the sound was messed up i am not sure if it was you or me none the less i get it pretty much and got to get your software i also am looking to do my first deal , I have
    been able to find great deals in my area and watch them go by because i can not find financing partners, anyone interested and can help please contact me at my email dfgriffin159@msn.com
    i do find deals almost every night at least 4-10 deals i just like finding them it is easy for me, and with your software i can really present them to people and know what my return on the deal should be along with there’s thank you

  43. I will try the free version as I am more the lender than borrower but I saw the value in using other people money. As a a lender, I do not buy the idea that ARV is valid as a profit or forclosure statistic. I am more of a LTV person as it is difficult to suppose the future. I also like to see the borrower have skin in the game and want to be first lien on the property.

    You did not address these issues which I feel from experience – the base of private mone ( unless it is family, firends or an incredible deal). . In addition, If I were to lend on ARV. what security would the the borrow present – first lien or something different.


    • Daniil

      Hi Patricia. When you lend based on ARV, you can still have a first lien on the property. It’s no different in that regard than lending at an LTV


  44. fidel cano

    I find this information very interesting, thank you very much

  45. Hi Danill,
    Silvino Camacho here,Thanks for the class about private money, I thing it is very important to master all this stratergies very well. Thanks again.

  46. I like you a lot Daniil, You are the most honest Real Estate Investor out there. Keep the good work going, cause you truly make a difference in our Country. Your Webinars and Video are not only full of truly useful content, the teach investment discipline and longevity. I think you are totally awesome.

    Justice


  47. Byron Henderson

    Once again You have delivered the goods sir, I appreciate your straight forward style, timely Immediately Applicable TakeAways, without a lot of Hype and selling the software speaks for itself, I really understand the value and usefulness of Your content rich training as well as the software, so I guess its time to start earning some Affiliate $$$$! You once told me ” Money would seek me out”. Thank You, Everyone needs Encouragement, however Your Words were Confirmation from The Universe to Me, thru You, To be Patient , work smarter, work my plan, plan my work & Success is INVEVITABLE! Byron


  48. Marilyn Bost

    I’m looking for private money for m y next rehab. Have completed and sold four rehabs in the past 12 months.


  49. David Wallace

    Excellent video, very informative even for a novice like myself. Thank you so much, look forward to future videos.


  50. Jannett Graham

    Hello Daniil , been with you for a while happy that you are still working on those deals. Thanks for sharing and having watched it for a 5th time – yeah, I’m a slow learner – I really understand it. Added to which I used the software to prepare a deal to raise private money. Your office offered to help me and held my hand..point is I found that by doing an actual deal on the software, that I understood the different scenarios a lot more.

    I am still looking for private lenders and will continue to learn from you how to do this the right way.

    Thank you Daniil and Jacob!


    • Jacob

      Thanks Jannett! Glad to hear it. It was a pleasure speaking with you the other day. We wish you all the best in your business dealings and please let us know if we can be of any more help. Disclaimer: The picture on the left is actually of Daniil, not of me. I haven’t look up how to change it. 🙂

  51. Awesome video! Very informative ! Looking for private money for vacation rentals in Myrtle Beach. carolinasandsllc@gmail.com 843-752-2450


  52. Ab

    Great software and Video. Keep up with the good work. Need private money/hard money lender.
    abrahamkef200@gmail.com


  53. william

    This is the best software ever!!.I really do appreciate this program I am looking for resources funding private money or hard money if there is any suggestion out there to help me get started on my first deal financially it would be greatly appreciated. Again I must say that this software is the GREATEST EVER!!!! Want to do deals in Mi willdavis2013@gmail.com 7348299873

  54. If any of you are experienced 20 deals or more we fund in CA and AZ.

    Mark M. Garay, President
    Paladin Funding, Inc
    430 Ridge road
    Tiburon, CA 94920

    Tel: 415 399-0100
    Cell: 415 722-0100
    Fax: 415 399-1616
    Email: mark@paladinfunding.com
    Web: http://www.paladinfunding.com
    Web: http://www.paladinpacific.com


  55. Kosta

    Great THANK YOU Daniil. Outstanding and honest video training.
    Would you please share your thoughts as to how could one use the RV software for acquiring multifamily properties.
    To Your Continued Success.


    • Daniil

      Glad you liked it, Kosta! You can use Rehab Valuator for multi-fam the same way you’d use it for residential. I highly recommend watching the rest of our case studies here and if you have particular questions about using the software just email us at support at rehabvaluator.com


  56. kelley

    Awesome, I loved it! Thank you for sharing your knowledge with all of us, and taking the time to show how to structure a deal. It seems like all the other big name investors want is in your back pocket to show you something, but not you, your for real. it seems all you want to do is help other people. your awesome!!! Please keep up the good work. thank you again.


    • Daniil

      You’re welcome, Kelley!

  57. Howdy Danill: Seems that I spoke with you several months ago, and something was missing with the free “Lite” software, and it wouldn’t work with_______?? I recall that you mentioned after the first of the year a new version would be out that addressed this problem.

    Sorry I am a old guy, and don’t remember exactly what feature the you were going to add, with th new version! I wish to enter this field, and your software would be a Godsend to help me get started.

    Many Thanks inn advance, Sincerely Tom Kelly


    • Daniil

      Hi Tom,

      I don’t remember off the top of my head but my guess would be that maybe you were missing the correct version of Excel? The new thing that we hoped to release the beginning of this year is the web-based version of Rehab Valuator. It has been delayed so we’re hoping to release it closer to the middle of this year. Thanks for thinking of us and stay in touch. The new web-based version should be AWESOME!


  58. Barbara Ducote-Puckett

    Thanks So Much for the Knowledge! Has been a huge help already!

  59. It make me Get motivated to get up a and do it.

  60. This system is a must. If you do rehab’s this proble the best system out their.


  61. lazester

    i would like to construct just one deal with you


  62. Sammy

    I have watched your video’s a number of times trying to convenience myself that this was just another one of those sites where all they wanted was your money and Leave you wondering what the hell did I just do! It took me about two weeks and I finally showed it to my wife and she agreed with me this is something that we need and for her to agree with me on this is like trying to sell ice to an Eskimo! We downloaded the free one and in 3 weeks when I vet paid we are diffently going to up grade. Its a no brainer!!!

    Thank you guys for opening our eyes! Now its going to be a Win Win for us!


    • Daniil

      Thanks for your great feedback, Sammy! We are definitely not one of those sites 🙂 Let us know if we can help in an way!


  63. Harry

    Thank you for the presentation/education. This is the first time I have heard you “TEACH”, I am so encouraged because I actually understood and can implement! MORE TEACHING PLEASE!!


  64. Kev

    In the 1st deal, the rehab costs are financed. How are those costs secured? For example, if I was to lend someone $67k on a property bought for $45k and the borrower walks, I lose bigtime.


    • Daniil

      Kev- you would not usually want to fund them the entire rehab budget upfront unless you really trust them. That’s why you have rehab draws!


  65. Omer Khan

    Daniel, is Rehab Valuator Premium software separate from your Bank Elemination Wealth Building software or Joint Venture software? Please clear my confusion. These soft wares are awesome and I’ve told my friends about them . Thank you.


    • Daniil

      Hi Omer. Yes, Rehab Valuator is totally separate and different from the Bank Elimination Blueprint.


  66. Kai

    When I viewed the video it had no audio. Very helpful information nonetheless.


    • Jacob

      Hi Kai. There can be a # of reasons that you don’t hear audio. If it’s still not working and you want some help troubleshooting please email us at support@rehabvaluator.com


  67. Angie

    Thanks Daniil! Great review as I had forgotten some strategies. Love this software! Angie


  68. Javi

    Danill,

    Your video is superb for the rehabber seeking private money. However, as you’ve said before “flipping is just another job” How does the “buy and hold guy” get results? Also seems like if you’ve burned out your “warm market” of friends and family with all your other money-making opportunities you’re basically SWOL and acquiring pvt money.

    Thanks,
    Javi


    • Daniil

      Javi,

      If you want to buy and hold, then you need to watch this: http://RehabValuator.com/webinar – we show you how, in detail. And it’s not just about your friends and family. It’s about expanding your network and creating new relationships and opportunities.

  69. Great video Daniil! You always provide valuable easy to understand content, resources and training. Keep up the good work!


    • Daniil

      Thanks, Chris!


  70. Beverly Blair

    Really like all your products and how “down to earth” you are at teaching!!

    My question is Private Money and how it concerns SEC guidelines? Do you have any information or source on where/how we can get the information so we are in compliance?

    Thanks


    • Daniil

      We don’t have any material that teaches SEC rules – not something I want to advise people on. Educate yourself and if you’re soliciting for money, make sure you have a good SEC attorney to advise you and review your solicitation materials and contracts.


  71. Donna

    What happens if you got your deal from real estate agents? How you include them with your money structure?!


    • Jacob

      Hi Donna,

      Great questions! Generally speaking if Realtors are involved the seller is going to pay those fees. However, if you need to pay them yourself you would enter those in under “Closing Costs” in the Purchase Assumptions section. There is a separate item for closing costs when you go to sell the property under the exit strategy.


  72. Paul Wechsler

    Daniil is a very amazing person This Rehab Valuator is something that i will be using to to flip contacts and to raise money when needed.


    • Daniil

      Thanks, Paul!


  73. B. Nicholson

    Wow! Blew my mind….


  74. Ray

    Thanks great video on presentation of projects to potential private monies..
    Various options to work with Private Money investors.
    Also your software helps make the estimating and structuring the deal too.
    Lots of good points. Plus fast precise.
    I’m a premium owner, and have not used these techniques. But will now..
    Thanks Ray


  75. Loan Tran

    Love the software , it makes it easy to understand and for people like me who do not know how to put it in a nice easy to read presentation packet. Will be getting software !


  76. Bruce Rushing

    Great information. I am in the start up phase of finding deals and private money….I feel like this is a can’t miss way for me to structure deals and build my business for me & my family…..


  77. tess

    Hi Daniil,
    Amazing Presentation. Have a question though – Who supplies the paperwork for the private lender loan? Such as Deed of Trust/Mortgage Property, etc.

    Thanks


    • Jacob

      Hi Tess,

      If it’s a true private lender (as in they don’t lend money as their profession) then you will need to provide that paperwork. For premium buyers, we have quite a few of the things you’ll need in the bonuses area like sample private money contracts. Of course you should always have a qualified legal professional look over any documentation to make sure it meets local and state guidelines. If you have further questions feel free to email us at support@rehabvaluator.com

  78. You make it sound so easy!! I am very interested in getting into real estate! I have been studying a lot for the past few months , I have gone to a few seminars. I have watched multiple webinars! I have purchased your software!! Now I just need partners!! I any money lenders are out there , I need a partner and I will work as hard as I can for you and me!!!


  79. Herb Mitchell

    I belong to a local real estate investment group. We have people I have worked with that convert their IRAs into a self directed IRA account and then use this money to lend to local rehabbers that they have developed relationships with. The yearly fees to set this up are minimal. The returns from these accounts are either tax deferred or tax exempt. Everyone wins!


    • Daniil

      Sounds like a great business model!


  80. Ken Shoemaker

    Awesome information! Thank You!!


    • Daniil

      You’re welcome, Ken!


  81. Alfonso

    Great video, can I find lenders to build houses, I only rent new to 5 year homes. I now need money to build new homes all at 60% loan to value. I am sell all my 5 year rentals and would like to replace my income before I sell the old home.


    • Daniil

      Alfonso – absolutely. You should be able to find private lenders to fund this. Also think about talking to some local community banks. They usually finance new construction rentals at very good rates


  82. graham chisholm

    I am looking at tax sales for property to flip.These are auctions and will only know starting bid. Since we can not often see property, other than from the road,how do we assess rehab costs?
    also there are usually lots or large parcels of land at tax sales. instead of rehab this would be new construction.are lenders willing to finance these deals as well?


    • Daniil

      Graham – I often bid at tax sales. I at the very least drive by the property, peek in the windows to assess it’s condition. Often times I find these are vacant properties and I can actually get in to take a look around. If I can’t assess the condition, I usually assume the property will require a full gut and bid accordingly. Same thing with land – I buy land all the time and build on it. The right lender will fund any of these deals as long as the deal structure is correct

  83. I absolutely love your software! It has made a huge difference. Your videos are straight forward and easy to understand with terrific advise.


  84. Adam Bailey

    Daniil Kleyman is offering a great value with his software. It is the tool you will need to successfully fix and flip or fix and hold property and he offers it with a ton of free bonus material and information that is worth more than the software itself sells for. Its a no brainer and must have for investors. Adam Bailey Philadelphia PA


  85. Willie Tony Stephens

    I like the way it was put in your presentation but I think that I will wait until I get the valuator premium from you.

  86. Thanks for taking your time to show us everything ironed out in class. It was great to see it again because it just made it even better for me to learn thank you so much.


    • Daniil

      You’re welcome, Pauline!


  87. Anthony Stevenson

    Great video


  88. Danella Moore

    This is very helpfulinformation. I will get started on using this system to get my deal funded. Thanks for help me out!!!

  89. Great info. Daniil look forward to the webinare tomorrow, need to re-energize &focus! Thanks
    Alan


  90. Justin Paul

    Definitely one of the best case study run throughs I’ve ever seen. I’m looking for private money for potential fix &flips opportunities in the San Diego county area.


    • Daniil

      Thanks, Justin!


  91. Jack K.

    Great practical information. Have $$$ to lend for Texas flips.

  92. Awesome. Thanks for another share of info. I defintely will utilize this.
    Thanks again

    John (mike) crum


  93. Ernie

    Great video and software. A carpenter is only as good as his tools!


  94. Ricardo Melendez

    Very informative seminar, really appreciate all the advice on how to fund the engine, but how about picking up the deal and negotiating value of property.

    Thanks


    • Jacob

      Hi Ricardo,

      Glad you liked it! As far as the other stuff you mentioned we don’t cover everything. We try and stay focused and do what we do well. As far as negotiating though the Rehab Valuator goes a long way in helping you with that. By doing a proper analysis you’re going to know what your maximum offer is which is 1/2 the battle.


  95. ken

    haven’t been able to use your rehab valuelator com to find out i need to go buy a program down load into my comp. to be able to use your program Ken Ps if you know of a way with out my having to buy let me know


    • JacobC

      Hi Ken,

      The new Rehab Valuator Online doesn’t require any additional software. It’s online and it’s AWESOME! You can check it out here: http://rehabvaluator.com/

      ​Let me know if you have questions.

      ​Thanks!

  96. I really appreciate the content of this video. As a former investment broker we used similar tools to show people how they would make money through market investments. Most people like visual tools because it helps them to make sense of a deal and trust their instinct when making decisions


  97. Glenn E. Fleming

    Once again, Daniil, you are one of the best teachers out there! Your “trademark” approach to educating (especially for us visual learners) is golden. You always provide an auditory & visual “big picture” of the concepts before delving in deeper. The always added “bonus” with you (like a few other great REI educators) is that you walk us through, step-by-step, with regard to structuring and creating the deals utilizing your web-based software (again, for us visual & procedure-oriented learners). Lastly, you’ve yet again validated my strategy of raising private capital (once I have a mentor to guide me in real time): Since I have very little liquidable funds, I would offer around a 10% return with a profit split of approximately 25-50% just to get my foot in the door and prove my trust-worthiness and determination to close potentially awesome deals. After all, it’s about creating long-lasting, optimal “win-win” (aka symbiotic) relationships with other REIs/entrepreneurs, right? Thanks again, Daniil!

  98. One of a kind by design is a big supporter of this system infusion soft hit it right out of the ball park with this system. We truly recommend this for any one looking to start investing. When investor newbies visit our investment blog the first thing we ask them to get if this software system.

  99. great videos. very helpful


  100. Wendell Akens

    Great presentation, as always, with lots of new information to use. If a person can’t learn from you they’re just not conscious!


  101. Russell L. Harris

    Love the software

    How do I get it?


    • JacobC

      Hi Russell,

      I’m not sure what you’re asking. Are you asking how to get our Rehab Valuator program? If so you can find those options here: Rehab Valuator Pricing


  102. Darryl

    Danill, I’m new at the whole flipping house thing. I’m looking to partner with someone to learn the trade. Are you avalabe?


  103. Jennifer

    Very solid information. Thanks for sharing.


  104. Morace Wren

    Do you no where you can get a list of private lenders in Dallas Texas.

  105. Now so far no money from me have been mention, I am a person I want to know how much , off the back so how much is it going to cost me to start making US, money.


    • JacobC

      Hi Joyce,

      You can literally start out investing nothing. A lot of people start out wholesaling to raise some capital and yes others do their first deals and get them 100% financed. Either is an option.

  106. Hey Daniil,
    I still have your Excel version of RehabValuator. I understand it’s web based now. I’d really like to upgrade . . .but I’m not getting your emails any more . . . As always, this is great stuff. . . thank you for your excellent work and teaching!!!


    • JacobC

      Hi Mark,

      I’ll check your account settings and email you with details. Thanks!

  107. Hi Daniil!

    What a helpful video. I had never thought of the home equity option before, thanks for sharing these tips without charging for some ridiculous Ebook or whatever. You most definitely are NOT sounding like a salesman (rolls eyes at that guy up there ^^^). I’m in the process of finalizing a deal with a private lender and Im trying to decide whether I should do an LLP with him, or just give him a deed of trust.. I would think its less risky for HIM to take the deed, is it not? Any advice would be appreciated, thanks!


    • Daniil

      Hi Monica. Thanks and glad you enjoyed the content! First deed of trust is probably the safest way for him to go.


  108. Dan Quinn

    Having a hell of a time getting money for flips due to my credit is shitty but I own my house but due to the credit and technically no way to pay a loan back they won’t even give me a Heloc so I’m between a rock and a hard place. I think my only other alternative is to get a buyers list and start wholesaling until my debt is free and clear.


    • JacobC

      Hi Dan,

      Wholesaling can be a great way to raise some capital. Also, once you have some extra money, you become more attractive to lenders. In addition to that I would also encourage you to look for private lenders. They aren’t going to have all the hoops of a traditional bank or hard money lender.


  109. Nate

    We will have to see.


  110. Donna

    Excellent presentation. Thanks so much.

  111. ALways great info, always looiing for debt partners.In an extereml hot market Denver Co.
    Joe Capra
    303-877-1976.

  112. Where are you suggesting one can readily meet these private lenders. Oh, by the way I have used rehab valuator for at lease four years and can attest to your viewers how great of a product it is.


    • Korrie McKeen

      A private lender can be anyone: a friend, a family member, an acquaintance. If you don’t know anyone that you think has the potential to be a private lender, you will have to go out there and network. You can start by attending local REI meetings. Chances are you probably already know someone who could be a good lender for you!


  113. Daryl Crabtree

    Your software is the best!


  114. Val

    Danill your evaluator is the next step that I need to help me with gaining private money. I currently have a CD to give to friends that I thank may have money to lend and Numbers always validate your system thanks for the validation


  115. robert seibel

    Will private lenders make long term loans competitive with credit unions?


    • Daniil

      You have to find the right lenders interested in long-term partnerships, but yes, they are out there!


  116. Lloyd

    You video is always outstanding; Thank you, but where do I get contracts to do a deal


  117. Greg

    Daniil, excellent content. Just purchased premium package and planning to put to good use. Thankyou


    • Daniil

      Nice! Welcome aboard, Greg!


  118. Lloyd

    Hi Daniil Great Presentation been learning a hold lot from your Video. I really appreciated all that you do


  119. K.F. (Jack)Griffin

    Daniil – Curious as to why you don’t have an option in the software for paying back the loan in a lump sum after the property sells (purchase, rehab, holding & closing costs being covered by the loan). Particularly since you talk about this very situation in your video, and it is very commonly talked about by all the gurus and non-gurus out there. I ran a report using these parameters, and it still showed “cashflow to lender” ongoing interest payments for holding costs, deferred interest on the loan, and deferred interest on the draw; none of which would be happening. It should be showing a lump sum loan covering purchase, rehab, and holding & closing costs, with no ongoing interest payments. The principal and interest, and holding & closing costs are paid back after the property sells, and should not be showing up on the report. Your thoughts? And just a heads up: In the top box on the Private Lender Funding Request Page that gives the property information, the “property street address” (you need to capitalize the “a” in address), the “property city, state, zip”, and the “notes”area are all center aligned, while the “beds, baths, sq ft, built” line is left aligned. As you can see, the center alignment is too close to the information under the “Presented by” area,and all those lines should all be left aligned.

    Respectfully,
    K.F. (Jack) Griffin


    • JacobC

      Hi Mr. Griffin,

      When you talk about paying everything at the end of a deal, when it sells, you’re talking about is deffered interest (just like it shows on the cashflow report). Your interest, which you owe each month, is being added to the loan balance instead of you paying it. At the end you pay the lump sum of everything (original loan amount, plus interest, plus interest on your deferred interest). The cashflow report is designed to show you exactly how the numbers add up which is why the defferred interest is shown.

      In regards to the formatting of that report I will have to look into that a little further. See if there is something we can do there to improve how it looks.

      Thanks!


  120. Fredrick Bell

    Thanks Guys!!


    • JacobC

      Welcome!


  121. Holly

    I have the lite software but am going to upgrade to premium. I think this software is a game changer. I am excited to try it. Your information is invaluable. Thanks.


    • Daniil

      Thanks, Holly!


  122. Vernon Henry

    Great presentation! Very clear in your explanation of the different strategies and there outcomes!


  123. Jean

    Superb presentation


    • JacobC

      Thanks!

  124. I want to say a big thanks to Larmondo Gaines To give me more information about this website software And I’m so excited for this project to share or post and social media


  125. Michael Surdyka

    Do you have the script for the videos? Good stuff. Thanks so much for the great info!


    • JacobC

      Hi Michael,

      No script at this time. Not a bad idea though. I’ll look into getting it transcribed.


  126. A. Tril

    Good job, Danill. Recently I have seen companies offering online to build business credit. For a fee of course.

    They guarantee you funding for your business. You give them $3,500 maybe even $7,500 and they start hooking you up. They’ll take the fee from anybody. However, ONE of them offers it for a buck and 9% of what credit they raise. Oh, well NOW they have several requirements (or they’d be working for free).

    The thing about these services is that they get you 0% credit on PLASTIC (credit cards). If you write a check on THAT kinda credit, you get a HUGE interest rate. (May as well be hard money). Ask them about it and you get a lot of talk but not much else – unless you hand them several thousand dollars. Then they run out and get you plastic (you can’t use) before you change your mind.

    But you still can’t buy property. Just stuff for your business. But we’re trying to raise our income not just feed everybody else that says they have our ‘answer for the future’…

    * * S o * * your video here is a breath of fresh air. You explain HOW to raise CASH (approach your lender). Biggest suggestion for anybody here is to think of someone approaching YOU with your deal and looking for money. What would YOU want to hear?

    I actually have an older rental (clear) and some equity in my own property. After listening to your presentation above, I will get a local credit union to put (probably at 75% value) a 5% mortgage on the rental and a HELOC on my residence. This will get me enough cash to put down hard offers. And I will get to keep most of the fees.

    When the financing is in place and I have ink on my first deal, I will then get your Evaluator. Yes, there are other tools out there. But yours is quite comprehensive. And (overall for value offered) inexpensive.

    Al
    south east Michigan


  127. Chelsey Franklin

    I am a RE Broker and Investor in CO and OK. I flip and assist other investors with their flips (flips and hold). This looks like a great quick and easy tool to use so thank you for that Daniil.

    I am curious if anyone in this feed has a good private/hard money lender they can recommend however!? I have a few deals going right now, I have another MLS guru who I am able to get and secure the deals through, however, I am stuck in that I can’t get too many properties going at one time.

    Of course I am happy to broker the deal for another investor but also see the monetary value in handling the full renovation/flip myself!

    Chelsey


  128. DON

    DON,

    TRUTHSEEKER2@MSN.COM

    SAN DIEGO, CA.

    JUST GETTING STARTED, WOULD LIKE TO BRAINSTORM TOGETHER, AND POSSIBLY JOINT VENTURE A COUPLE SMALL DEALS UNTIL WE GET TO KNOW EACH OTHER … 619-255-8077 …

  129. This is powerful and simple to understand content. Thanks Daniel


    • Daniil

      Thanks, Will!