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Commercial Real Estate Investing for Dummies as taught by the author of the book himself, Peter Harris, to help educate individual investors who want to own more commercial real estate.

Commercial Real Estate Investing for Dummies as taught by the author of the book himself, Peter Harris, to help educate individual investors who want to own more commercial real estate.
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Commercial Real Estate Investing for Dummies as taught by the author of the book himself, Peter Harris, to help educate individual investors who want to own more commercial real estate.




97% Return on Investment in 1 Year Commercial Real Estate Deal

What does it take to generate a 97% return on investment with commercial real estate? It takes a high level of skill and knowledge, but also it takes work, sacrifice, risk, admitting what you don't know, and getting out of your comfort zone. Are all of these qualities attainable by you in one or two years? I would say no if you are doing it by yourself, because I personally, find it too risky. But if you have a high-level adviser helping you out, a mentor willing to get in the trenches with...


How to Turn 2 Houses into 34 Apartment Units

Discover how you can convert equity in your single family home investments into the bigger game of commercial multi family properties that generate much high cash flow, much better upside opportunity and are much easier to manage so that you can get closer to your goal of financial freedom.


3 Tips to Get Commercial Sellers to say YES to Your Offers

Here's a scenario: You're on the phone with a motivated seller of a once in a lifetime commercial deal and they've just told you why they want to sell, what's going on with the property and how their ownership of the property is affecting their personal lives. Those three pieces of information are probably the most important things you need in order to structure offers to motivated sellers and get them to say yes. The issue is, most average investors have no clue how to do this. That's what...


How to Make 3000 Per Month Passive Income for Life

What could you do with $3,000 per month in passive income for life? How would it change your life? For some of you, it will be a total game changer. For others, maybe not, but how would it affect your life if you were the owner of a commercial property that produced $3,000 per month for life?


Turning a Bad Commercial Real Estate Deal Into a Good One

The very best commercial deals are not found, they are created. Many people believe that all of the great deals are already taken, everything is way overpriced. They don’t invest in commercial real estate because they don’t believe there is any real cash-flow. I want to teach you how to turn a bad commercial deal into a good one, and how to tell if a bad deal is worth purchasing, and new ways to look at deals that will put you in a state of creating rather than competing.


How to Make Offers on Commercial Real Estate

So you're ready to make an offer on a commercial property. What information are you going to base your offer amount on? A broker brochure is a glossy and beautiful pamphlet that lists the price and property information. You should never use it to base your offer off of.I would like to share the four phases of making and offer on a commercial property, as well as essential things to look at before submitting an offer.


What to Look for in a Commercial Real Estate Mentor

I've had a total of four mentors my entire life. I even have one today. The mentor you might be most familiar with was Robert Kiyosaki. He truly changed my life and I would love to share with you the story of exactly how he did this.


How Many Doors Will it Take for You to Exit the Rat Race?

This could mean leaving a job, reducing your workload to part time, or simply having financial options. How many doors will it take for you to exit the rat race, and how do you calculate that number?


7 Tips When Buying Commercial Real Estate From Long Distance

This podcast is meant to help you differentiate between a good deal and a bad deal. These tips will also teach you to stay on the successful side of purchasing commercial real estate out of state.


How to Buy Distressed Commercial Real Estate

In the commercial real estate business you will eventually come across a distressed commercial property. Some of these distressed properties could turn a huge profit if you could just find a way to buy them and fix them up. I am going to share with you not only what a distressed commercial property is, but how to locate and buy them.


Do You Have the Right Mindset for CRE Investing?

What is the right mindset that brings forth a breakthrough in owning your first commercial property, no matter what your economic or financial status is? What is the wrong mindset that causes you to stand still and watch as everyone else prospers and where did the wrong mindset come from? Where did it originate from? I am going to share this with you as well as how to replace the wrong mindset with the right mindset in order to begin your journey on buying your first commercial property


Real Estate Investment Trusts for Dummies

Over the years I have been asked many times, “What is an R-E-I-T?”, commonly referred to as a real estate investment trust. People want to know how they can invest in REITs and whether or not Real Estate Investment Trusts produce good returns. I will provide you with some Real Estate Investment Trusts basics to help you decide if they are right for you or if you are better off doing your own investing.


Why I Invest in Section 8 Apartments

A lot of people refuse to rent to Section 8 because they believe them to be some of the worst tenants out there and do not want their properties destroyed. The truth is, if this is how your tenant behaves, then it is actually your own fault. So if you are interested, I would like to share how to find the best and most responsible Section 8 Tenants


Basics of Real Estate Syndication

Many real estate investors get to the point where they run out of their own money. Every real estate investor needs to learn the basics of using other people’s money to help fund their deals. This process is called real estate syndication.


How to Raise Down Payment Money for Commercial Real Estate

Many investors have run into this problem. You find a great 36 unit apartment building that cash flows $5,000 per month, but you need $200,000 to close a deal and just don't have the funds.I'm going to show you how to raise capital from private investors using creative investing, self directed IRAs, crowdfunding, peer-to-peer lending, and commercial wholesaling.


Why Aren't You the Landlord

Learn what it takes to own and finance your very own commercial property. Follow along with my FREE BOOK to learn all you need to know about becoming the landlord.


How to Get a Commercial Hard Money Loan

In this detailed training, you’ll learn the basics of Commercial Hard Money, an example of a deal funded with hard money, the major differences between hard money and traditional commercial bank financing, answers to the 3 most common questions people ask on the subject, how to steer clear of fraudulent hard money lenders and the best resource for finding hard money


Commercial Real Estate News You Can Use

Learn which commercial real estate news magazines are most beneficial to investors wanting access to up-to-date matters of commercial real estate investing.


Secrets to Refinancing Commercial Real Estate

Discover why refinancing is so important, including how it can increase cash flow and cash on cash returns. Plus, you can pull out tax-free cash. You'll also learn the secrets behind refinancing that every commercial real estate investor should know.


Tax Benefits of Commercial Real Estate

I just received two very intriguing questions from my YouTube. The first question was, “Peter, how does Donald Trump or other billionaires make a billion dollars in a year and not pay income taxes? How is that possible?” The second question was, “And with Donald Trump and other billionaires, how can their tax returns show a paper loss of $975 million in one year and that be a good thing? How can that be?”Well, the short answer to both questions is both situations are commercial real estate...