JF1842: Where Does The Majority Of Joe’s Investor Capital Come From? Syndication School with Theo Hicks

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Theo is back with some important syndication information. He will be covering where the majority of Joe’s (Ashcroft Capital’s) investor capital comes from. This information is being shared with you so that you can take the information and use it for your own syndication business. Even as I write these notes, it’s hard to believe that Joe is okay with sharing all his “secrets” but nonetheless, here we are, telling you exactly where Joe finds investors to invest in his deals. If you enjoyed today’s episode remember to subscribe in iTunes and leave us a review! Best Ever Tweet: “People who have already invested with you will be more inclined to invest more money than a first time investor” Free Money Raising Tracker: http://bit.ly/moneyraisingtracker Evicting a tenant can be painful, costing as much as $10,000 in court costs and legal fees, and take as long as four weeks to complete. TransUnion SmartMove’s online tenant screening solution can help you quickly understand if you’re getting a reliable tenant, which can help you avoid potential problems such as non-payment and evictions. For a limited time, listeners of this podcast are invited to try SmartMove tenant screening for 25% off. Go to tenantscreening.com and enter code FAIRLESS for 25% off your next screening.

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