Lease Option Bootcamp - Online

Lease Option Agreements are also known as Purchase Lease Options Agreements or just Lease Options.

 A Lease Option agreement is similar to a hire purchase agreement (hp) that is in place when you purchase a car. The only difference is the car will most likely depreciate in value whereas property will most likely appreciate in value.

So you have the option to purchase a property for an agreed amount, in an agreed number of years. But in the meantime you take control of a property and have the ability to act as the landlord and therefore benefit from rental income.

It’s a great way of getting on the property ladder if you don’t have much money in the bank.

Understanding Lease Option Agreements

  1. The Power of Lease Options
  2. Buy Now Pay Later
  3. Making It All Legal
  4. The Seller’s Motivation
  5. Making It Win / Win
  6. Case Study 1
  7. Case Study 2
  8. Knowing What To Offer

 

Finding Lease Options

  1. Recession Brings Deals
  2. Scraping Negative Equity Addresses – Part 1
  3. Scraping Negative Equity Addresses – Part 2
  4. Landlord Direct Portals
  5. For Sale & For Rent
  6. Accidental Diamonds
  7. Property Circles

 

Contacting The Sellers

  1. Create Your Luck
  2. Confuse Them You Lose Them
  3. Negative Equity Letters
  4. Cutting Out The Agent
  5. Getting Agents On Board
  6. See More People
  7. Renting to Selling Landlords
  8. Open With An Offer
  9. LIVE LOA Phone Call
  10. Time To Be Direct

 

Speaking To Sellers

  1. Don’t Be Caught Off Guard
  2. Taking Control of the Conversation
  3. Permission, Pattern, Rapport
  4. Getting Financial Information from the Seller
  5. Due Diligence Process
  6. Calculating Your Offer

 

Things You Need To Know

  1. LOA Contracts / Disclaimer
  2. Who pays the mortgage?
  3. What if mortgage is repayment?
  4. What if the mortgage is residential?
  5. Do I still need a survey?
  6. What if I or the seller dies?
  7. What if the property gets trashed?
  8. What if I can’t pay the mortgage payments?
  9. Where will the seller end up living?
  10. Are there hidden costs I’ll need to pay?
  11. Should there be break clauses?
  12. Who pays the insurance?
  13. Who pays for repairs and maintenance?
  14. What if I don’t want to buy it at the end?

 

Presenting Your Offer

  1. Treat Everybody Like Family
  2. Last Resort Only
  3. BMV: If They Say Yes?
  4. Farming VS Hunting
  5. 9 Magic Words
  6. In Principle Offer
  7. Dealing With Objections
  8. Bullet Point Email
  9. LOA Solicitors
  10. Heads Of Terms

 

Preparing For The Very End

  1. Start With The End In Mind
  2. When To Walk Away
  3. When Owner Refuses To Sell
  4. Use Cash Flow As Deposit
  5. Selling Your Option
  6. Renewing Your Option
  7. Buy It At The End With £0.00

You will be given lifetime access to the course and if anything changes will we change the course material to reflect those changes. So rest assured you’ll always be bang up to date.

It’s designed to take 4 weeks but you can work through the modules at your own speed.

You can start immediately, as the training is online you can fit the training around your schedule. You’ll also be granted lifetime access so that you can work at your own pace.

The cost of the programme is £995 (including all taxes) 

This includes the Step-by-Step Manual and Contract Pack (RRP £500) which can be purchased separately.