I’ve raised $125 million in the last 14 months.
Why am I telling you that?
Because you should be raising money too.
If you have some cause you care about, if you want to change something in the world, then you WILL need to raise money.
- Want to help someone with their hospital bills? You’ll need to raise money.
- Want to start a new business? You’ll need to raise money.
- Want to run for a political office? You’ll need to raise money.
Any cause worth fighting for, any big goal that will impact this world, requires money. And that means you MUST learn how to raise money if you’re going to do what you have in mind.
I can tell you that while raising money is not easy, it’s doable if you have the following 3 things:
#1 You need a Project
What is it that you want to do? You need to be able to have a story to tell. Is it a worthwhile thing for other people to get involved in? Is it interesting to people?
# 2 You need an Audience
You need to have people to tell your story to. The larger your audience, the more potential money you can raise.
#3 You need an Offer
You need a call to action. Where’s the urgency? Why should your audience act now? What will they get? Are you clear what you’re asking for?
Let me go through each of these 3 steps and show you how I’ve raised $125 million in 14 months.
I’m looking to revolutionize how everyday, ordinary, non-accredited investors can stop depending on crooked Wall Street for their retirement and start putting their hard-earned dollars into REAL assets.
Because the deck is stacked against the little guy.
Vanguard, Blackstone, Goldman (Wall Street) and banks are buying the best real estate in America and holding them for long periods of time. The rest of America is encouraged to buy a home or a duplex and get a loan from the banks, or invest in a REIT (a piece of paper created by Vanguard, Blackstone or Goldman).
I hired an attorney to create a fund where non-accredited friends, followers, and employees, could all invest with me in the real estate deals I’m doing. My lawyer warned me, “Grant, do not open this to the little guy,” and then she went on to tell me it’s very expensive and takes a long time.
It cost me almost 30X more to have legal create a fund for non-accredited investors. When I say the deck is stacked against the little guy, I am not being dramatic. To get approval for me to raise money from the “ little guy” it can cost more than $500,000 and take six months. To create a fund for the wealthy, less than 3% of the population, it costs $15,000 and takes two weeks.
Wall Street doesn’t want to compete with Grant Cardone, Wall Street wants you, or they want to stay as the middleman between you and a company like mine.
Wall Street wants the best deals for themselves, so they make it cost prohibitive for others to create investment opportunities for the little guy.
The rich get richer because the wealthy have access to the best deals and the little guy stays little because he never gets access to the bigger deals.
I am going to change the game of how the little guy invests in real estate. I am investing my time and money to create funds for ALL people to partner with me on trophy real estate.
THAT’s my story.
I’m the first guy to basically use social media on a massive scale to crowdfund real estate.
With over 6 million Facebook followers, over 1 million Instagram followers, and nearly a million YouTube subscribers, I’ve got an audience on social media.
And I’m not shy to tell them my story.
Because I know my project will benefit them.
You can put as little as $5,000 into my Reg A Cardone Equity Fund.
We find multifamily apartment buildings and buy them, manage them, and eventually sell them so that you don’t have any of the headaches that come from being a landlord.
You will get monthly cash flow distributions every month in the form of a check arriving in your mailbox, and when we go to sell the place in a few years, you’ll benefit from the appreciation.
My goal is to double, even triple your money—and to have you cash flow while you wait for this to happen.
All you have to do is sign up at cardonecapital.com
By the way—you ARE an equity fund.
You need to fund the things that you care about.
You need to fund your life.
By the way, it costs time and energy to raise money.
Here’s how much it’s costing me to manage Cardone Capital and get my project off the ground:
I’m spending over $3 million dollars to do this.
But I’m not in it for a salary, I’m in it for a score.
Quit using the excuse you don’t have any money…
Because if you don’t have any money, go raise it!
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