Episode 64: If You’ve Never Raised Private Money – Here’s How! With Chris Cornett

Have you ever wondered how some investors can quickly build their portfolios without breaking a sweat? In this week’s episode, our guest, Chris Cornett, is excited to share how private money can be a game-changer in securing capital and closing deals!

As the Co-Founder of C&C Property Solutions, Chris is passionate about helping people access high-value investment options. Thanks to private money, Chris raised $200,000 worth of private money in just a few months for his real estate deals. Imagine never worrying about making down payments and pulling out of your savings again — yes, it’s possible!

So if you’re interested in fast-tracking your financial independence journey, tune in to hear exactly where to find private lenders, how to initiate persuasive conversations, and why finding a coach can accelerate your growth tenfold.

Key Takeaways

  • What exactly are private lenders?
  • How private money lets you close deals in half the time
  • Gain the ability to close deals in other states without leaving your home!
  • How Christopher was able to bring home a $54,000 check at closing
  • Why finding a coach is crucial to your financial independence journey
  • How to start productive conversations with potential lenders

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0:01 – Raising Private Money with Jay Conner

1:16 – Today’s Guest: Chris Cornett

3:39 – What The Banks Did To My Real Estate Business.

6:16 – Find A Better Way To Fund Your Deals

11:57 – Close Your Real Estate Deals Within Two Weeks

14:15 – Closing Is A Breeze With Private Money

20:19 – Raising Private Money Is All About Relationships

20:43 – Chris Cornett’s First Private Money RE Deal

24:11 – The 180-Degree Shift In Mindset

25:13 – Jay’s Free Money Guide: https://www.JayConner.com/MoneyGuide

25:55 – Private Money Is What’s Been Missing In Your Real Estate Business

27:27 – Find A Coach

30:25 – How To Start A Conversation With A Potential Private Money Lender

31:57 – Why You Should Use Private Money In Funding Your RE Business

33:07 – Connect With Chris Cornett: https://www.Facebook.com/CCPM2023


If You’ve Never Raised Private Money – Here’s How!


[00:00:00] Jay Conner: 

If you have never raised private money and you’re looking to raise private money to fund your real estate deals, you’re going to absolutely love this episode. You see my guest on today’s episode of Raising Private Money just started raising private money a couple of months ago. He’s already raised $200,000 and he’s already closed on his first private money deal, all funded with private money, and the rehab has just started.

We’re gonna unpack that story. You’re gonna hear exactly how he’s doing it. But first I want you to know my guest is a family man who strives to serve others by first serving his family. In addition to that, he served in the US Navy from 2001 to 2007. I boarded the US Guardian for three and a half years, and after that, it was followed by a tour on the U S Sarge to complete his time in service.

My guest and his wife began their first investment property purchased back in 2019, and that was focusing on rentals. And I tell you, in their business, they seek to serve others in all aspects. And one example of that is giving back to veterans along the way. In fact, a percentage of the proceeds from every real estate transaction they do is given back to veterans organizations.

You’re going to meet my special guest, Christopher Cornett. We’re gonna hear about how his wife, Caroline, is very involved in the business as well, and you’re gonna hear how he is raising private money and doing deals. Right after this. If you are a real estate investor and are wondering how to raise and leverage private money to make more profit on every deal then you are in the right place on Graz Private Money, we’ll speak with new end seasoned investors to dissect their deals and extract the best tips and strategies to help you get the money because the money comes first.

Now, here’s your host, Jay Conner.

Hello Chris and welcome to the show!

[00:02:21] Chris Cornett: 

Hello, Jay Conner, it’s a pleasure to be here. Thank you for inviting me on.

[00:02:26] Jay Conner: 

Absolutely Chris. It’s such a pleasure to have you on. You are rocking the house with your real estate investing business. You just started raising private money a couple of months ago.

I already got private money raised. We’re gonna hear the story here. In just a few minutes about how you have got your first private money deal closed and funded with private money. You got the rehab started, but you didn’t start out working with private money to fund your deals. You started you and your wife Caroline, started back in 2019.

But you weren’t using private money. So tell us, what did your real estate business, your real estate investing business look like before you started using private money to fund your deals?

[00:03:14] Chris Cornett: 

So Jay our real estate business was funded by banks. We would put 20% down, go to the bank, get a mortgage to get on our hands and knees as you like to say, and go through quite a lot of administrative paperwork, trying to get a mortgage.

And then we would turn those into long-term rentals. So our first few deals we did were long-term rentals and we realized that it was gonna take a lot of those and a lot of capital to be able to truly scale our business.

[00:03:41] Jay Conner: 

Chris, you and I can relate a lot. One big thing we can relate to is, in my case, the very first six years that my wife, Carol Joy, and I were in this business from 2003 until 2009, the only funding that we had available, the only thing I knew about was just going to the local bank.

Asking for a mortgage, praying, applying, and hoping for approval. And of course, as you now know in this order, private money that you and I do, there’s no application process. Your credit scores got nothing to do with how much money you’re gonna be able to raise. We never ask. We never beg, we never sell, we never persuade.

We never chase. We actually have the private money and the private lenders chasing us. So let’s make sure everybody’s understanding, Chris, what you and I are talking about. Tell everybody, the audience, what do we mean by private money? Who exactly, or what is a private money lender?

[00:04:43] Chris Cornett:

 So private lenders, Jay, are private individuals that are lending capital from their investment available investment capital, or possibly a self-directed IRA or alternate source to fund real estate collateralized by real estate.

So it’s not a mortgage company, it’s not a brokerage firm. It is capital backed by individuals.

[00:05:07] Jay Conner: 

In other words, we’re doing business with human beings.

[00:05:10] Chris Cornett: 

That’s correct. 

[00:05:13] Jay Conner: We’re doing business with people And not institutions. As you said, you start, you and your wife y’all started in 2019 and something happened.

There’s normally a pivotal point. There’s an aha moment, there’s a light bulb realization, there’s something. That happens that causes someone such as yourself, someone like myself, to say, you know what? I need to find a better way to fund my deals. Now, of course, what happened to me, as Chris, I was getting my deals funded at the bank for the first six years, and then I lost my line of credit.

I was shut down not because of my credit score. I had a great history with the bank, but, I lost my line of credit in January of 2009 and had a couple of deals under contract and didn’t have any way to fund those because I learned on the phone that. I lost my line of credit. That was my aha moment.

I said, and I didn’t know anything about private money yet, but when I lost my line of credit, it’s called pain. Normally there’s a trigger. Something happens. It causes pain. At least it was in my case that says, you know what? I need to find a better way, a quicker way to get my real estate deals funded.

And so that’s what caused me to go on this path immediately. Of finding alternative ways to fund my deals. And Chris, it was the biggest blessing in disguise as far as what happened to me and Carol Joy of, if I hadn’t lost a line of credit, I wouldn’t have been forced. Into the necessity of finding another way to fund my deals.

Cause I was going to lose over a hundred thousand dollars in profit on those two deals that I had on the contract. So that’s what happened to me. That looked like what? Woke me up to look for another way. Tell us your story. You’re going along 2019 for a few years, you’re working with the bank.

God forbid you’re putting 20% down. As you now know, in our world, we don’t put any money down. In fact, we bring home a big check right when we buy. Don’t you love who wants to get paid houses? Don’t you love bringing home a big check when you buy and taking none of your own money? What was your aha moment?

What happened?

[00:07:26] Chris Cornett: 

Jay we, my wife and Caroline, and I started investing in 2019. We purchased one property a year, 20 19, 20 20, 20 21. And then in 2022, we purchased two properties at the end of the year, actually around the same time. And it was October of 2022. Last year, in October and November, we closed on two different deals within less than 30 days.

During that process, it was I felt like it was a full-time job to deal with two different banks, trying to get two different mortgages. And also I was beginning to realize that this just wasn’t gonna be scalable to just keep going to the bank with mortgages, asking for mortgages. At that point, we had five mortgages.

Now all of our properties were cash-flowing, but we had five mortgages. And I, the amount of administration that goes through it, and it’s like I, I can show you the income statements and the financial statements from all these other properties. That’s not enough. They wanna see bank statements, they wanna see all this other paperwork.

And just I realized it wasn’t gonna be scalable. So Caroline and I, made the decision really coming out of the live event we attended in February that we wanted to do this full-time. We wanna migrate to doing. Real estate investing and helping other people, most importantly, which we can do in so many different ways under the private money model.

And so with that, we decided to put our, jumped off a leap of faith into the program. And we’ve already closed on a private money deal and, are less than 60 days in the program. And we actually have that property going under contract today. But our aha moment was trying to do two mortgages at once and it being a whole nother secondary job just to deal with the banks and the lenders for all the things they needed.

And by the way, when you have a mortgage, there are so many other criteria that you have to. To follow through with stipulations and they go along with that. 

[00:09:11] Jay Conner: 

So on those first five houses were you having to put 20% down out of your own money, your own cash flow on those houses? 

[00:09:19] Chris Cornett: 

Yes, that’s correct 20% down. There was one that we were able to do 15% down, but in general, 20% down is the rule of thumb.

[00:09:27] Jay Conner: 

So when you were borrowing money from the banks prior to this world of private money, what was happening to your cash flow and your savings?

[00:09:37] Chris Cornett: 

It was constantly just, replenishing the savings to be able to make that 20% down payment.

Plus the volatility of interest rates, right? You’re locking in an interest rate, but then as interest rates are going up, impacting your cash flow when you’re working through the banks and how they structure the loans. And yeah, 20 20, 20 21, yes we were able to get high threes, low fours, even for investment properties, but that’s not the case anymore.

And it’s, oh boy, that, that’s changed, hasn’t it? It sure has. Plus we’re giving it back to corporate entities. When you’re in when you’re taking a mortgage the proceeds, the interest is going back to corporate entities. I’d rather give it back to an individual who could use it. I’d rather help people that maybe I know or usually I know and help provide them an opportunity that’s gonna be pretty hard for them to find in as secure a way as we can offer this.

[00:10:28] Jay Conner: 

You said something a moment ago, Chris. Really interesting you said. It’s a full-time job now when you got five pr, it’s a full-time job just on the administrative end of getting the banks or the mortgage companies, the information that they want. And so like from the time you’ve been on a contract before, this world of private money, how long was it taking you to close on a deal? 

[00:10:54] Chris Cornett: 

30 days, 45 days, and 30 on the low end. 45 days even sometimes, depending on how much they wanted to examine things and look at things they’re hedging their risk. They’re trying to make sure that, you’re gonna be a you especially, that was changing in the fourth quarter of 2022.

Things were starting to tighten up a little bit when it came to lending, and interest rates were going up and the economy was experiencing a slight bit shift. So it was, it was an interesting time to have two deals with banks at the same time. And that was when I was pulling my hair out going, this is, there’s got to be a better way.

There has to be a better way and there is a better way. There is a better way. That was when, yes, that was when I was like, there, let me, and I joined your private money academy actually. And it was right after that, it was right around Thanksgiving. Cause it was a Black Friday deal. That’s right.

You were running a Black Friday special for your private money program and I absolutely saw the value in it and jumped in and want with both feet and have been learning ever since. And especially since the live event, things have really taken off.

[00:11:54] Jay Conner: 

I am just so excited for you now. So you were taking, having to put 20% down, 15% down on those first deals prior to starting to use private money.

How much money did you have to put down out of your own pocket on this first private money deal?

[00:12:09] Chris Cornett: 

None and I got a check back.

[00:12:13] Jay Conner: 

How did that make you feel, not having to pull any money out of your own pocket to buy this particular deal?

[00:12:18] Chris Cornett:

 Oh, it felt great. It felt like I could do this if we can do multiple of these without that, the stress was much slower.

The transaction was quick on all fronts. I was like, wow that’s really a breeze.

[00:12:30] Jay Conner: 

Hey, now let’s talk about it quickly. Now you were saying it was taking you 30 to 45 days to close the deal when you were using the bank’s money now using private money to close. From the time you went under contract, how long did it take you to close the deal?

[00:12:46] Chris Cornett: 

So we went under contract on April 3rd and closed on April 18th. 

[00:12:55] Jay Conner: 

Let me do a little fast math here. April 3rd, did you say April 15th? 18th. So if my math is correct, you closed in what, 12 days? 15 days you closed?

[00:13:09] Chris Cornett:  

Yeah. Less than that. If you take out the weekends, and honestly Jay, we could have closed quicker.

There was something on the seller’s side that delayed a couple of things with the title that had to get cleared up that wasn’t on our side. We could have closed even faster. We, I’m confident we could have closed the week after we put we made the offer in one under contract. 

[00:13:29] Jay Conner: It’s amazing seven to 10 days.

I do it all the time. Look, this happens all the time for us that know about private money, and that is, I just went under, I just went under contract this past Friday. This past Friday on a house. Here off Highway 24 in Newport the after-repaired value is about $230,000. The purchase price is 100,000.

The rehab’s gonna be about 30, right? So I’m got a hundred purchase 130, including the rehab, and then the after, so there’s gonna be about a hundred thousand dollars spread profit, fewer realtor fees, and carrying costs. So I went under contract this past Friday. We’re going to close next week, less than two weeks, less than two weeks.

And that’s the same thing with us. I could actually, in fact, send the offer to purchase to my real estate attorney yesterday. We got the title search back today. Everything’s all clear. And you know what my real estate attorney emailed me and asked me earlier before getting on the show here with you, Chris, she says, You want to close Friday, right?

Three days from now. Three days from now. And I said we would, but the sellers got a little cleaning up to do before we can actually, still, we’re gonna close so let’s stop and think about this for a moment. In this of private money. You didn’t take so we’re closing in two weeks or less.

All right. And now let’s talk about the paperwork involved compared to the paperwork when you were doing those deals with the banks. So paperwork. What paperwork did you ha, did you have to get ready for this closing, Chris? Compared to the bank?

[00:15:09] Chris Cornett: 

The attorney took care of it all. I didn’t have to prepare really any paperwork.

I just had to communicate between my private lender and the attorney and make sure all parties are on the same page. And really from my perspective, it was pretty simple. Yeah, pretty simple.

[00:15:23] Jay Conner: 

So it’s so when I go to a closing using private money the documents that, that are, that we’re using, there’s a promissory note which is a page and a half long.

Who’s the private lender? We’re the borrower, our entity, right? What’s the principal own amount? What’s the interest rate? What’s the frequency of payments and if we have payments, we might be accruing the interest. So it’s a page and a half long, A promissory note. Of course, we’re not borrowing any unsecured money.

We’re giving them a deed of trust for a mortgage to collateralize their note. The insurance policy, which isn’t even involved with the closing, we name our private lenders, the mortgagees, so they’re protected on the insurance policy. And, Chris, let me ask you this. You go to the closing.

I assume you went to the clo, you might not have even gone to the closing. Did you go to the closing to find some documents?

[00:16:09] Chris Cornett:  

I had a phenomenal experience. I’ve never had a better closing experience. I did not even have to go to the closing physically. We did the closing virtually legally and she was able to do a video and she had her process for having to record what I said.

But it was completely, the notary. And the title company and attorney, we were all able to do this virtually. So I actually never even left Clemens and I closed on a house in Danville, Virginia. And it took about 25 minutes and we were the owners of a property that’s actually construction began this week.

[00:16:42] Jay Conner: 

Let’s unpack this now. You’ve been in a contract, you’re closed in two weeks. The documentation was very minimal. You took none of your own money to the closing table. So here’s the question. Chris you and Caroline closed on this deal. You took none of your own money to the closing table.

Did you bring home a check? 

[00:17:05] Chris Cornett: 

We sure did. We brought home $54,000.

[00:17:09] Jay Conner: 

Okay, now let’s stop and think about that. Your credit score had nothing to do with this deal. Your, there was no application process. You closed in two weeks. You took none of your own money at the closing table.

You brought home a check for $54,000 when you bought it. And you hadn’t done anything yet, right? Except you got the private money lined up, you got, and you found the deal negotiating on the deal. How did that make you feel to bring home a $54,000 check to buy the house?

[00:17:39] Chris Cornett: 

It felt incredible.

The easy process brought home a check to the house and go ahead. Yeah. It was just a simple process. We bring home a check, we’re getting a check at closing rather than trying to, brush the pennies together to give them everything they need on the 20% down.

And we were right away on to signing with a contractor that we had a yeah, relationship with through our agent. We were able to get referred in and, it’s all about relationships, Jay. It’s all about relationships.

[00:18:09] Jay Conner: 

We’re talking relationship money. In fact, I just had a guest on a previous podcast of mine.

He talked about relationship capital and reputational capital. You can’t, you can’t put a value on your reputation doing what you say you wanna do. Looking after your private lenders. So let’s talk about the numbers on this deal. Chris. First of all, what is the after repaired value of this house?

[00:18:36] Chris Cornett: 


[00:18:39] Jay Conner: 

Okay, so 209,000 is the after-repaired value. And how much did you buy it for? What was your purchase price?

[00:18:47] Chris Cornett: $54,900.

[00:18:50] Jay Conner: Whoa You bought it for 54,000!

[00:18:56] Jay Conner: 

And then what is your rehab budget? How much is it gonna cost to renovate it?

[00:19:09] Chris Cornett: 

The rehab budget is 52,000.

[00:19:13] Jay Conner: 

So $52,000. All right, so you’re all in for 107,000. So let’s see here. Your after-repaired value is 210,000 minus your purchase price of 55,000 minus your renovation cost of 52,000. I’m showing a profit of $103,000 less.

Are you gonna sell it through it a realtor or are you gonna hang into it?

[00:19:42] Chris Cornett: 

I’m gonna sell it through my agent. At least that’s the plan. I’m not opposed to looking at it, as a lease to own, or something like that. But as of right now, the plan is to sell through my agent.

[00:19:53] Jay Conner: 

Let me tell you from experience, if you gonna put $52,000 of rehab in it, do not sell it on rent to own cause you do not want to rehab it twice.

[00:20:04] Chris Cornett: 

Good news, I’m sure have experience with that.

[00:20:11] Jay Conner: 

A lot of that. Yeah. And even though 80% of them cashed out, I didn’t like rehabbing the other 20%. So lemme see here, for a gross profit, fewer realtor trophies, and carrying costs. At a gross profit of $103,000. Did you have to take this deal to the committee to get it approved?

[00:20:29] Chris Cornett: 

No. I had to take it to the yeah, no. But Caroline and I looked at that one and it made a lot of sense really quickly, especially using, all the formulas and everything we’ve learned through the JayCon or Platinum Plus program and all the offerings that we have through.

Through your services. So yeah, no, it’s been terrific. Jay. It’s been terrific.

[00:20:47] Jay Conner: 

That is awesome. I cannot tell you how excited I am for you. Now here’s the question. How long would it take to have a $103,000 cash flow? First of all, you got a, you budgeted, and you brought home a $54,000 check from the closing.

And just so everybody understands, obviously Chris and Caroline brought home those 54,000 checks. Because they borrowed more than they needed to buy, and they also borrowed enough up front for the renovation project, right? So they didn’t have to dig into their pocket. And here’s another thing about this world, private money, Chris, are there any draws with your private lender, like construction draws, or do you get it all upfront?

[00:21:26] Chris Cornett: 

No. Get it all upfront.

[00:21:27] Jay Conner: 

Get all upfront. So you see, my friends in Kentucky would call this a 360. It’s not a 360. If you do a 360, you came back to where you started. This is a 180.

[00:21:41] Jay Conner: 

Cause one of my best friends in the world is from Kentucky. He says that all the time, but okay. Yeah, talk about just a 180-degree shift.

On mindset, first of all. Yeah. You’ve heard me say, Chris, the old traditional way of, borrowing money is as you referred to, go to the bank, get on your hands and knees, and put your hand underneath your chin and beg and say, please fund my dig in a deal. And of course, in this world, We are not begging, or chasing, we’re not asking for a mortgage.

We’re offering a mortgage, and we’re teaching people actually what private money’s all about. And you know how to do business with us. Carol Joy and I have got 47 private lenders right now, and none of them had ever heard of private money or private lending, or self-directed IRAs. That’s a whole nother show right there.

Self-directed IRAs, but they never heard of that until they came into this world. And of course, at the Private Money Academy conference event that you attended, you got to see about a dozen of our private lenders there as well. Before I forget, Chris, I’m gonna go ahead and give all of our listeners a free gift.

This is a recent money guide that I just wrote. You can download it for free if you’re listening to this show or watching it, and this will get you on the fast track to private money the way Chris and Caroline Cornett are doing private money just like I do. You can download it at www.JayConner.com/MoneyGuide 

That’s www.JayConner.com/MoneyGuide It’ll get you on the fast track to private money. Chris my next question is, just how did it feel? When, how did you feel, how did you and Caroline feel when you were actually able to break through, and finally realize that private money was the thing that you were missing in your business? And what was that like?

[00:23:42] Chris Cornett: 

Very freeing Jay. For us to realize that there is no limit, the sky’s the limit for what we can do. The ability to scale our business and to serve others is not something that has a limit on it. And I think that what makes me the happiest with this program, is that we’re able to serve so many people along the way from the private lender to the people that we’re able to employ now.

To our families and our friends and. Our real estate agent and our attorney and all the different people who, we can serve along the way are really what makes me happy in this. And of course with every transaction, like I, as you mentioned in your introduction we give an amount to a veterans organization.

Whole Vet is one of our favorite veteran organizations that I’m actually on the board for. And we do a lot of good for transitioning warriors. But we’re big in supporting veterans and supporting our communities and there are so many ways that we can do that through this program and what we’ve been able to see so far.

So we’re excited about what’s to come.

[00:24:41] Jay Conner:

 I am so excited for you as well. So I’ve got a, I have a percentage of followers that have never raised private money. In fact, they’ve never done their first real estate deal. Of course, I know from experience that the fastest way to get your first or your next real estate deals is by using private money, the fastest way to give your checkbook an infusion of cash and money.

Is by doing private money like you and Caroline are now doing. And I have seasoned real estate investors as well, but if you were talking to a real estate investor that’s in single-family houses and they haven’t done their first deal yet, or let’s say you’re talking with someone that maybe does one to five deals a year what advice would you give them on getting started out?

[00:25:30] Chris Cornett: 

My, the advice I would give them, Jay, is to find a coach. Find somebody who can help mentor you. And I, there’s lots of material out there, there’s so much material that’s almost overwhelming. But find a coach who can really help guide you. Cause that is what made the difference for us, and that’s what can make the difference for anybody.

So, that would be my biggest advice. Find a coach who can help support you and get you on the fast track, right? Anybody can learn this stuff in a, it’s probably gonna take you a while. But a coach can really help guide you and make it happen quickly.

[00:26:02] Jay Conner: 

I wish I had followed your advice and known about your advice when I started, because for the first six years, from 2003 to 2009, I wish that I was out here by myself.

Trying to figure this out and I’ll give a little caveat to what you just said. Don’t, you know if you wanna learn how to do this business and do private money, use private money, work with someone that not only knows how to do it and has done it, but is still in the arena today. Who is still doing the business today?

Get a mentor or coach to work with that’s still doing the business today. Such as myself, because I tell you I just, number one, why would I not be in the business for goodness sake, right? But secondly, I just couldn’t feel good about coaching or teaching somebody else about this world. And I said I was still in it, like for example finding deals, how I find my deals.

We’ve been finding deals by tracking foreclosures, for many years. But three years ago, I don’t even know anything about using Google Pay per click to get motivated sellers. But Chris, there’s there, there’s one thing that a lot of new real estate investors experience and feel, maybe you felt the same thing.

And that is when they’re starting out, they feel fearful. When starting a conversation or starting to talk with someone about private money and being a private lender what’s your favorite way to start conversations and what’s your favorite way to find private lenders?

[00:27:33] Chris Cornett: 

Start out by saying hello and just catching up on the past and, whatever relationship you might have with the person, whether they’re family or friend or another acquaintance.

Just have a casual conversation, reach out to them and I’m more introverted by nature myself, so this is a harder thing for me to do. But I’ve found that people that they’re happy to talk about what’s going on and just reach out and say, you know what? I might have something that’ll help you.

And I’m here to educate. And even if it’s something that you don’t want to do it’s still good education. And if you want to do it with somebody else, that’s fine. I’m just here to provide education and learning for others and hope that it’ll be able to help them in some way.

[00:28:09] Jay Conner: 

Absolutely. And of course, we wanna make sure that everyone understands we’re not talking about hard money, in this conversation, as we said at the beginning of the show, we’re talking about doing business with individuals, with human beings. We have a long list.

We’ve mentioned a few of them. We have a long list of why. We love private money. Now, private money lenders love doing business with us because they get high rates of returns faithfully and securely. We’re not borrowing unsecured money. They don’t have to worry about the value of their investment being volatile, in contrast to the stock market.

They know exactly what they’re gonna get in the rate of return. But, out of all the reasons, Chris, that you love private money, Can you, Dale, can you nail it down to two or three of your favorite reasons you love private money to fund your real estate deals?

[00:28:59] Chris Cornett: 

The ease of transaction being able to serve other people as I mentioned already a few times.

Being able to offer a high rate of return to individuals in a safe and secure manner with no volatility. Tho those are the top two. And plus, it enables me and Caroline to be able to focus on other things too as scaling our business and not being caught up with administrative tasks, and being able to help more people and reach more people.

So there, there are so many enablers that this system provides.

[00:29:33] Jay Conner: 

I love it Chris, thank you so much for inviting me to come on here. And I tell you, Chris, you are a man of integrity and a reputation, and a good number of our audience also is interested in being private lenders. Getting high rates of return safely and securely.

So what is your contact information for those that may wanna reach out to you and Caroline and talk about investing with you?

[00:30:02] Chris Cornett: 

Absolutely. So our Facebook, you can find us at https://www.Facebook.com/CCPM2023. Our Instagram is at CNCProp Solutions. You can find us on Instagram and we’re also on LinkedIn and then CNC Property Solutions.

And then please feel free to email us directly, chris.cornett@ccpropsolutions.com, we’d be happy to have a conversation.

[00:30:30] Jay Conner: 

Awesome. We will make sure that all that contact information is in the show notes. If you’re listening. I highly recommend getting in touch with Chris and Caroline to have a conversation.

And all that information all the contact information will be right there in the show notes. Chris, thank you again so much for joining me here on the show

[00:30:48] Chris Cornett: 

Thank you so much, Jay, for having me. Thank you for everything you do for so many people. It’s really been a pleasure and I really appreciate what you do personally, and I know many others do as well.

[00:30:57] Jay Conner: 

Thank you. God bless you.  There you have it. Another amazing episode of Raising Private Money. I’m Jay Conner, your host, also known as the Private Money Authority. And in order for us to continue to have amazing guests like Chris, I know you learned a lot of nuggets from him sharing his experience.

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