I have experience with PPR regarding note investing and was looking to branch out to other companies that work with note investors. I came across Main Street Capital Partners Ron Happe via a podcast and had a good conversation with him afterwards.
Does anybody have any experience with Main Street Capital Partners - Ron Happe?
I am also looking at Main Street Capital Partners Ron Happe and it looks like a good deal compared to other premium mentoring courses and their passive investment returns are also higher than other note investment companies.
@Srinivas C. did you end up taking the course, and if so did you feel like it was worth it? How did it help your note investing?
Stay away from mainstrret it's just a front-end to lure investors into JV investments and fraud them with ludicrous offers.
When you say work with other investors, in which aspect ? There are a lot of investors in the note space here on BP.
Read this article before investing in JV
Account Closed - To add to your post, investing in a JV requires ALOT of due diligence on who you are investing with and making sure that person is a right fit. What is also important is spreading the word to others about bad actors in this space - for example the individual you mentioned was invited and hosting a REIA event earlier this week on how to raise money....
On the flip side, there are a lot of good actors in the space as well. You just have to thoroughly vet them. If there was only one question you could ask a sponsor to determine if they are legitimate it would be for them to show you a balance sheet and P&L statement for their last JV deal. Those that do not have that then have no clue how to manage their money. While some who have it may still be a bad actor, those who do not you can eliminate the proverbial low hanging fruit.
Just stay away..
Can you further elaborate ?