Fast Cash with Foreclosures Blueprint and 30 Minute Insider Real Estate Training Video

STEP 1

Here it is, the Fast Cash with Foreclosures Blueprint.

If you are investing in foreclosures or ever plan to invest in real estate this is a MUST read. The Fast Cash with Foreclosures Blueprint is the exact 36-Step proven process that my good friend Cameron uses to make a FORTUNE each year from Foreclosures.

“RIGHT” Click here to download the Fast Cash with Foreclosures Blueprint to your Desktop
(This file is very large and make take a few minutes to download)

Step 2

After you’ve downloaded the report, make sure you watch this FREE 30 Minute Insider Real Estate Training Video.

Here are just a few things we cover:

* Discover the 10 Biggest Mistakes Most Beginning Investors Make

* Learn the 5 Rules for Real Estate That Every Successful Investor MUST Follow

* Discover the Greatest Opportunity for Finding Profitable Real Estate Deals

Step 3

After you check out the blueprint and watch the video please comment below and share your thoughts. We’d love to know your #1 take-away and BIG “Ah-Ha’s”, so please share your thoughts with by commenting below.

Thanks & Enjoy,
Jarad and Cameron

P.S.  If you have a question or would like to comment please do so below.

19 thoughts on “Fast Cash with Foreclosures Blueprint and 30 Minute Insider Real Estate Training Video

  1. Kevin Michaels

    Hey guys thanks so much for the blueprint and video. Just checked them out and can’t believe you gave these to me for free. That’s so awesome.

    Oh yea and my aha moment had to be when Cameron was talking about how to find deals in places that your competitors aren’t even looking. It made me realize that I was looking for deals in the completely wrong place.

    Thanks again

    Kevin

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  2. Lauren

    Wow that blueprint is an eye opener! Made me completely rethink how I was running my investing business.

    You guys rock

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  3. ryan

    After watching the first 5 minutes of the video I realized I have been making the first 4 mistakes that Cameron talks about.

    Makes a lot more sense on why I haven’t been able to take my biz to the next level.

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  4. rick

    how do you NOT get the bank insist on a personal guarantee? when you say dont originate mortgages in your own name, explain how you get the bank to waive your pg.

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    1. Jarad Severe Post author

      By personal guarantee you mean proof that you have the means to fund the deal. That is a very common question. How and where do I get the money to fund these deals without ever risking my personal credit because in every case now, banks want proof you can close. That’s what we specialize in and what you’re about to learn and have access to. We are very close now to finishing up this special project we been working on which will be revealed more in depth there.

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  5. Bill

    Some really god stuff. Yes have learned through experience of the ten things while you learn not to do. Look forward to future insight of what to do today.

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  6. Jovita

    On the download part, I cannot open after I saved, it kept on saying unable to open website, because there is an error and cannot be repaired. On the video, no sound.
    But, it was nice you do have the interest to show you care. The fitst part, I did not read and the second part I did not hear. Thank you. Jovita

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    1. Jarad Severe Post author

      Hi Jovita, if you “Right Click” on the link and select “save target as” you will be able to save the .pdf file to your desktop so you can open it. As for the sound, not sure what to tell you. We’ve double checked on our end, it might be something technical on your end.

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  7. Giselle

    Thank you so much for sharing all these info. I whish i was there!!!! Very useful information. Thanks again!!

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  8. Charles

    Good information. The bigest mistake I make is doing things that do not genererate revenue. I still want to “save” money by doing it myself.
    Thanks for the reminder. The info on vacant houses is good too. The blueprint has some new ideas for me as well.
    Thanks

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  9. Jarad Severe Post author

    @Giselle you’re welcome and I’m glad that you’re enjoying the information and finding it useful

    @Charles don’t worry Charles you’re not alone. This is one of the most common mistakes that new to intermediate investors make. They feel that they are saving money by doing everything themselves, but in reality it ends up costing them more money because they are doing tasks that are not worth your time.

    A great question to ask yourself throughout your day is: Is what I am doing right now the best use of my time? If not delegate it to someone else.

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  10. Mary

    Great to get some free info. I like the Blueprint, however what if the bank accepts my offer on an REO and I am not able to find a buyer? Do I get a certain amount of days to refuse the banks offer so I don’t get stuck with a property? If so will that leave a bad impression so when I make another offer, the bank will not give my offer a second look?

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  11. Chris Dyson

    This was a very informative audio and it helps when there is a lil’ joking. That eases the tension off most people when they can laugh once in a while. I also think that the blue print is very helpful, especially for those just starting out in Real Estate Investing. THANKS!!!

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  12. katy

    Jarad said
    “By personal guarantee you mean proof that you have the means to fund the deal. That is a very common question. How and where do I get the money to fund these deals without ever risking my personal credit because in every case now, banks want proof you can close.”

    I would assume to “fund the deal” one would have to have
    enough cash, collateral and/or revenue stream to prove up
    a high probability of repayment.

    You also stated “We are very close now to finishing up this special project we been working on which will be revealed more in depth there.” Have you been routinely “funding deals with a proven
    process?. Or are you developing a new approach?
    thanks

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    1. Jarad Severe Post author

      @ Katy When we talk about funding the deal, someone whether it’s you or a 3rd party MUST have enough money to fund the transaction between you and the seller. The days of using your end buyers money to fund the deal is over. So if you don’t have the money, you need a 3rd party to step in and help. That can be a friend, relative, hard money lender, bank, or a transactional funding partner like us. We’ve been funding deals for students for the past 3 years. We have an awesome track record and the lowest fees you find anywhere. (by all mean do your due diligence)

      What is new is the training piece. We’ve funded hundreds of transactions and want to fund more. The missing piece was teaching people how to effectively and efficiently go out make offers and flip real estate. So we took the initiative to help train individuals how to bring more deals to us. It’s a win-win the way we see it… The more deals you bring us, the more money we BOTH make.

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  13. Timothy

    Liked very much the info provided in the video. And the Blueprint appears to be very straight forward process. The vacant house concept was most intriguing. I know of a neighbor on the next street over that just walked away from the house. I’ll check to see if there are any signs or a lock box on the property tomorrow.

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  14. Emmy Bentle

    Thanks for your article. One other thing is the fact that individual states in the United states of america have their unique laws that affect property owners, which makes it very difficult for the our elected representatives to come up with the latest set of guidelines concerning foreclosures on people. The problem is that each state has own legislation which may work in an unfavorable manner in relation to foreclosure guidelines.

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  15. Angle Flair

    In accordance with my study, after a in foreclosure home is offered at a sale, it is common for any borrower in order to still have any remaining balance on the financial loan. There are many loan providers who make an effort to have all expenses and liens paid off by the following buyer. Even so, depending on specified programs, rules, and state laws there may be several loans which aren’t easily resolved through the transfer of lending products. Therefore, the responsibility still rests on the customer that has had his or her property in foreclosure. Thank you for sharing your thinking on this website.

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