Pitbull Mortgage School

By: Leonard Rosen

I'm also known as the Pitbull which is a name I was given many years ago by my friends and competitors due to my tenacious business approach. Somehow the name stuck throughout the years and I accepted it as part of my persona. My business career has spanned over 30 years. In the 80's I was an anchor on the Financial News Network. Perhaps you remember me from my nightly reports. After the network was sold to CNBC I was offered to host The Leonard Rosen Show, which was nationally syndicated. In the 90's I became the CEO of a large medical group. We specialized in the treatment of chronic obesity. Our focus was to provide medical services to our patients and provide a hard money loan to finance their treatment. This was a huge success, and is what opened my eyes to the hard money business.

We train loan officers, mortgage professionals, Real Estate Investors and hard money lenders how to succeed in the hard money business. If you are interested in a career in mortgage lending, our hard money school is a must for every mortgage broker and industry professional. Pitbull mortgage school is much more than a loan officer school providing loan officer training. In order to compete in the competitive environment of mortgage brokering, you need to learn all the aspects of hard money lending. Pitbull mortgage school is the definitive answer to a high income career in mortgage banking. Our California based hard money seminar series has trained mortgage professionals, loan officers, and attorneys in the lucrative field of private financing.

I host the most powerful and dynamic seminar on hard money lending that has ever been taught.

I teach the secrets and techniques of the hard money mortgage business to brokers all over the country. My students learn more in the first 45 minutes than most brokers have learned after 20 years in the business. The tuition of my seminars ranges from $395 to $695 depending on the venue. If you can't get away, you may be interested in purchasing my DVD which was filmed at our seminar at the Monte Carlo Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas on February 7th 2007. This seminar was a tremendous success and sold out with standing room only!

I hold nothing back, Everything is disclosed!

You will receive the actual names, phone numbers, and contacts of my preferred hard money lenders.

This seminar is a must for any loan professional who desires to earn $500,000 or more in the hard money business. I know no other industry that affords more potential to earn in excess of $500,000 per year.

My experience tells me that most loan officers and mortgage professionals never even come close to reaching their potential in the hard money business. The reasons are simple- they spend most of their time spinning their wheels instead of converting their time into what I call revenue producing efforts. You need to know what to ask the borrower to flush out the real information. Then you need to learn how to manage and control your borrower through the process. And most importantly, you need to know where to place the loan for funding. Most brokers never get their loans funded. No funding, no commission. This seminar will teach you the specifics of how to get your hard money loans funded.

The Pitbull Mortgage School teaches you specifics not hypotheticals.

Here is a sample of what you will learn:
- How to do mezzanine and conduit loans.
- How to start a hard money mortgage company.
- How to ask the right questions of the borrower
- How to manage your borrower
- Where to place your loan scenario
- How to determine the real value of the property (the Pitbull Hard Money way)
- How to package and sell your loan to the investor
- How to do raw land deals, commercial projects, foreclosures, NOD's and real estate development projects
- How to assess an appraisal that will lead to funding the loan
- How to earn 4 to 5 points on a first trust deed
- How to do second mortgages and make money doing them

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