William Bronchick – How to Create a Real Estate Cash Cow Using Wraps
Do You Want Consistent Cash Flow Without
the Aggravation of Dealing with Tenants?
Most investors plan on retiring by acquiring rental properties for cash flow. The problem is, until you pay off your mortgages, each property will only generate a few hundred bucks a month. And, if you have an unexpected repair, you may be in the red for several months before the cash flow comes back to normal again. In the meantime, you have to deal with tenants, toilets, and the headaches of property management (unless you have a property manager, and that eats significantly into your profits).
If you want cash flow NOW every month without the headaches of rentals, then listen carefully to a concept
that I will introduce to you. It’s called a “wrap” or “wraparound”. A wrap is an owner-financing transaction that creates hundreds of dollars a month in instant cash flow – FOREVER (well, 30 years, which is ALMOST forever if you are over the age of 50!).
A wrap sale puts ALL of the responsibility for repairs, insurance, taxes, and maintenance on SOMEONE ELSE, which means it’s a truly PASSIVE form of income. And, you can deal in NICE houses in NICE neighborhoods, instead of the typically low-income rental property, which is usually some cracker box built in the 1950’s!
Get the Recording and Materials from my Online Workshop
“How to Create a Real Estate Cash Cow!”
Learn How to Generate Passive Income Every Month without Tenants!
Here’s What You’ll Get With Your Purchase
Access to the Recording of a Recent
Approx 7 hours of recorded content and Powerpoint slides in HD from Zoom.
Answers to commonly asked questions answered on the recording.
Recording of the Event
I am going to open the FIRE HOSE of information, so having a replay available is crucial to your learning experience!
Course Manual + Contracts & Forms
Download a PDF course manual and legal forms and contracts with your enrollment. Also includes an Excel spreadsheet called, “The Cash COWCulator”, which analyzes cash flow on wrap deals.