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THE NO MONEY DOWN REAL ESTATE STRATEGY THAT YOU CAN DO

“The richest people in the world look for and build networks; everyone else looks for work.”

— Robert Kiyosaki

You may have heard about strategies like wholesaling and no-money-down.

But it’s hard to figure out how you’re going to actually use those strategies.

I found what I think is the best strategy with no money down.

According to the International Journal of Economic Policy, investments can have a significant impact on a person’s well-being.

This includes impacts on the investor’s psychological, social, environmental, and ethical welfare.1

That’s why finding the best strategy is so important.

Don’t worry! I have an example:

My friend Cody Davis, who is 24 years old, has over 200 multifamily units.

He accomplished this with basically no money down.

He started when he was 19.

His experiences are proof that you can pull off this strategy whether you’re 19 or 65.

I’m going to share the secret sauce with you.

It truly is the easiest way to invest with no money down.

Let’s jump into it!

1. The Secret Sauce

I’m going to start by explaining the secret sauce of this strategy.

First, you need to approach the seller.

Cody goes on Google Maps and finds big roofs.

On satellite view, big roofs can be an apartment complex.

After he locates the roofs, he finds their address.

You can then search on a site called OpenCorporates.

Through OpenCorporates, you can find out if the address is a corporation and who owns it.

Cody will then call up the owner and ask them out to coffee so he can hear about their successes.

He uses his experience as an owner and investor to get his foot in the door.

2. Why This Works

Let’s talk about why this strategy works.

A lot of people will approach a building owner and say something like: “Hey! I want to buy your building.”

Or they may ask them: “Are you in the market to sell your building?”

When you do that, you’re only talking about what you need.

This strategy works because you let somebody tell their story.

I know a lot of very wealthy and successful people who are basically invisible.

Many of them have a net worth above A-list actors and you’ve probably never heard their names.

Because of this, they have a desire to tell their story.

Every successful person wants to share how they got there.

When you ask, you give people a chance to talk about themselves and increase their legacy.

Cody will listen to them talk for up to two hours, asking questions when he can.

As a result, a mentorship component also comes up.

So, there’s another added value to the conversations.

These investors are also very busy.

According to the International Journal of Housing Policy, there has been a noticeable growth in residential property investment since the Global Financial Crisis.

That growth has included both private owners and corporate landlords.2

They could be managing multiple properties.

Sooner or later, they won’t want to do the work on one of those properties.

Maybe they want to sell it.

When that happens, Cody will propose a deal.

For example, if the building has a $15,000 profit, he will offer to pay them $13,000 per month.

He’ll then offer to buy the property off them in two years at a fixed price.

More often than not, they’ll agree.

Why would they do this?

Well, they like Cody.

He’s built a relationship with them.

There’s trust there.

He’s offering a solution to their problem.

They can get the cash price they want and they’re able to sell to somebody they want.

Cody makes it really easy.

He’ll go in and do renovations himself or pull from another property.

Within a year or two, he’s increased the value so much that he can get a traditional loan.

The loan will often have no money down.

He can then pay off the seller who sold him the property.

It’s a really unique strategy.

The strategy is also scalable because it didn’t require much of his own capital.

People work with those they like and trust.

You see that panning out super well here.

You need to build your network.

Your network equals your net worth.

And not only that—you need to build quality connections.

You need to serve your network.

Who wouldn’t want to work with somebody like that?

3. How You Can Get Started

Now that you know all about this new strategy, the question becomes:

How can you get started?

Well, you can do exactly what Cody did.

You can look for the big roofs.

You can check out Cody’s program online.

A lot of people think it takes IQ to succeed.

But a lot of successful people have an average IQ.

To be successful, you need a high EQ.

That’s an emotional quotient, or emotional intelligence.

You need to read the room and navigate conversations.

If you don’t feel like you’re good at that, you can learn!

There are books you can read.

You can get feedback and pay attention to the people around you.

If you can figure out what people need, you can grow exponentially.

Now I want to hear from you!

Will you try out Cody’s strategy?

Let us know in the comments.

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Disclaimer: I am not your investment advisor. This is for educational purposes only. I am not giving specific advice on what you can do. I am simply giving my opinions.

Works Cited

1.     Celestine Gitonga Gatabi et al. “Investing for More than Just Money: The Non-Utilitarian Benefits of Investments.” International Journal of Economic Policy (2023). https://doi.org/10.47941/ijecop.1451.


2.     P. Kemp. “Commentary on multiple property ownership.” International Journal of Housing Policy, 20 (2020): 144 – 155. https://doi.org/10.1080/19491247.2019.1697522.

Bronson Hill

Bronson used to work as a consultant for a medical device company but switched to investing in apartment buildings to make his money work for him. He started with a single rental property that made good money and, after some advice from a family member, moved into bigger real estate projects. Now, he's all about helping others get into this kind of investment to earn money without having to work all the time. When he's not dealing with investments, Bronson loves to travel, write songs, stay active, and help fight modern slavery through his work with Dressember. He believes in working smarter, not harder, and wants to share how that's possible with everyone.

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