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The Top Tips You Need to Choose the Right Real Estate Partnership (With Video!)

Expertise: Mortgages & Creative Financing, Personal Development, Landlording & Rental Properties, Personal Finance, Real Estate News & Commentary, Real Estate Deal Analysis & Advice, Real Estate Investing Basics, Business Management, Commercial Real Estate
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I enjoy arguing with Brandon Turner…

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Why? ‘Cause he makes it so easy. I can usually take his arguments apart with half my brain tied behind my back!

But I can’t do it today. I am actually very proud of my friend. Mine was the first ever purchase of Brandon’s new book, The Book on Investing in Real Estate with No (and Low) Money Down on Amazon — the first, people. In fact, Amazon went live with it sooner than Brandon thought they would, and I stumbled on it by accident while checking my accounts.

Related: To Partner or Not to Partner…That is the Question!
Brandon: I bought it first — just remember that!

And I loved it.

The book is an easy read; the info is solid; and people — it’s cheap! If you haven’t bought yours, why not?

Partnerships

One thing that caught my eye is Brandon’s emphasis of partnerships as a tool for creative finance. Partnerships are a sword that cuts both ways; they can be exactly what the doctor ordered — or they can be your downfall.

Related: Investing with Your Partner: The Key to Your Long-Term Real Estate Success

How can you know which? Watch the video:

What do you think? What’s your best advice when it comes to partnerships?

Leave me a comment below!

Ben has been investing in multifamily residential real estate for over a decade. An expert in creative financing, he has been a guest on numerous real estate-related podcasts, including the
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    Engelo Rumora
    Replied over 5 years ago
    Awesome video Benny, I keep saying it over and over again. Conduct more due diligence on the people you are looking at working with rather than the stats and demographics of a particular area. Loyalty, Honesty, No Greed, Respect = key traits to look for. Thanks and have a great day. ps. I think you would look great in Salvatore Ferragamo opticals 😉
    Engelo Rumora
    Replied over 5 years ago
    Awesome video Benny, I keep saying it over and over again. Conduct more due diligence on the people you are looking at working with rather than the stats and demographics of a particular area. Loyalty, Honesty, No Greed, Respect = key traits to look for. Thanks and have a great day. ps. I think you would look great in Salvatore Ferragamo opticals 😉