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So don't give away your hard-earned profits so easily. Erin Caldwell - I recently had a similar discussion about this. My vision of what success looks like and my goals are not necessarily how others see opportunities. And what may seem silly to you or I shouldn't be a barrier for other people to invest. Different people have different reasons to invest, different criteria they want to meet, and different goals they want to accomplish.

IDEALLY you find someone who has similar goals but what's the harm in helping your friends achieve what they consider success too?

To answer your question, you create partnerships that make it work for both of you. Most capital investors have an idea of what they want to see for projected returns for CoC and annualized IRR. Figuring out that part of the deal is the art to "No money down".

You can use OPM to purchase and they give you a mortgage, or you can take their money as an equity partner. I prefer using their money without the partnership arrangement. If I lose money, they still get paid. How many marriages fail? Those are partnerships that didn't work out. Same thing with RE. So, to answer your question, OPM has worked very well for me. It has allowed me to obtain several properties I didn't have all the cash to acquire. They love the interest. They are very happy because I pay them on time every month. I appreciate them giving me the opportunity to acquire more properties.

Managing Someone Else's Money

Erin Caldwell as others have said it depends what both your and the potential investors goals are. I am in a very similar situation right now. I would do all the acquisition, purchase, management etc I would be getting a return equal in dollars to them even though I had no dollars into it.

We see it as a win-win. John Thedford what is the typical interest and term for that?