Master Leasing

Master Leasing is the most economical way to get into the real estate business today. It is also one of the most effective tools to use in protecting real estate assets. This course will show you how David has created various income streams by ‘borrowing’ other people’s real estate. It will also show you how Master Leasing can protect you against potentially ruinous ‘vicarious liability’ and ‘disparate impact’ claims. You will find that leases can transfer many of the benefits of property ownership without some of the liability.

This material is not available anywhere else. It is offered infrequently and only to those who have first attended Hassle Free Property Management. Past attendees have used this material to successfully change careers and become real estate entrepreneurs without requiring any additional start-up capital. Master Leasing allows you to ‘test drive’ and control better rental properties than you may be able to purchase.

Course workbook includes multiple samples of Master Leases, including a fixed lease, performance lease, pre-paid lease and multi-layered lease. David also provides a copy of the lease he used to tie up a property for 35 years on a fixed lease, along with the method he used to secure it to the property. Come explore this new world of investing where there is little competition and much opportunity!

Join us for 3 power-packed days!

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<strong>Master Leasing Seminar </strong>

<img class=”alignleft size-full wp-image-48″ style=”border: 1px solid black; margin-left: 0px; margin-right: 5px;” title=”master” src=”http://www.davidtilney.simplexstudios.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/master.png” alt=”” width=”127″ height=”154″ />The most economical way to get into the real estate game today. The intent of this course is to give you the skills and confidence you need to immediately go out and make money without quitting your day job!

Learn how to create cash flow, build equity, test drive properties and control real estate using little or no out-of-pocket funds.

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