Buying Real Estate on Terms


Buying Real Estate on Terms

Have you ever wondered how people buy real estate with no money down? 

Me too.

That's why we interviewed expert Chris Prefontaine about buying real estate on terms. He talks about the three best ways to buy real estate without putting cash down and reducing your risk on your investments in real estate.

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Today's Guest:  Chris Prefontaine

Chris Prefontaine is the best-selling author of 2017's "Real Estate On Your Terms" and this year's "The New Rules of Real Estate Investing". As a real estate investor with over 27 years experience in the field, Chris is the founder of Smart Real Estate Coach and host of the Smart Real Estate Coach Podcast. He lives in Newport, RI with his wife, Kim, and their family. Chris operates the family business with his son, Nick, his daughter, Kayla, and his son-in-law Zach, along with an amazing team. 

Chris has been a big advocate of constant education. He and his family mentor, coach, consult, and actually partner with students around the country, teaching them to do exactly what their company does. Between their existing Associates nationwide and their own deals, Chris and his family are still acquiring 5-10 properties every month and control between $20 to $30 million dollars worth of real estate deals -- all done on TERMS without using their own cash, credit, or signing for loans. 

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