Re: Let me tell you how the rabbit ate the cabbage… - Posted by Ed Garcia
Posted by Ed Garcia on March 11, 2000 at 14:58:04:
First, I’d like to say that if you’re going to make a statement, don’t hide
behind The Main Cog.
Your statement will have more value when you stand up to take the
position that you’re taking with conviction, not hide behind a fictitious
Actually I agree with you, MONEY TALKS, BULLSH*T WALKS.
There is no doubt that with CASH, you can negotiate from a stronger
The old cliché, Cash is King, is true.
When you’re making cash offers, the sellers feel you have more
credibility, no question about it.
But where you fall short Cog, is in being Creative, you can do both.
I create an illusion with financing and cash.
You see, If you can be creative in financing, the seller can’t distinguish the
difference between financing and CASH. It all becomes CASH to them.
Eventually Cog, you’ll run out of cash. If you learn how to be creative not
only in technique, but in financing as well, you’ll never run out of money
and will be able to do more deals.
Creativity is not only a specific technique or concept, but a thinking process
Once your mind is free to create that process adapts into other areas as well.
Not only am I creative in real-estate but financing as well, and believe me
when I tell you they complement each other.
Trust me Cog, not only can I make the same presentation as you from a cash
position, but I can structure deals to accommodate the seller to make deals,
while your still trying to figure out where to get the money.
Cog, I never run out of money, because of my creative abilities.
When you do, call me, and I’ll help you do your deal.