The LAPD, The FBI, and the CIA are all trying to prove that they are the best at apprehending criminals. The President decides to give them a test. He releases a rabbit into a forest and has each of them try to catch it.
The CIA goes in. They place animal informants throughout the forest. They question all plant and mineral witnesses. After three months of extensive investigations they conclude that rabbits do not exist.
Then the FBI goes in. After two weeks with no leads they burn the forest, killing everything in it, including the rabbit, and they make no apologies. The rabbit had it coming.
Then the LAPD goes in. They come out two hours later with a badly beaten raccoon. The raccoon is yelling: "Okay! Okay! I'm a rabbit! I'm a rabbit!"
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A few moments ago a guy named Alan made one of the best deals of his life. He traded me a list of 20 bankers making commercial real estate loans. In return, I am sending him our 9-hour video training course, How to Broker Commercial Loans.
This course is absolutely fantastic! We teach our students an entire profession in one, long exhausting day; and those of our students who are natural salespeople will earn incomes rivaling those of a physician.
We sell it elsewhere on C-Loans.com for $549 - not the $250,000 in tuition that some liberal arts colleges charge. Haha! The course teaches you everything from marketing for commercial loans, underwriting commercial loans, packaging the commercial loan, finding the right commercial lender, and lastly, fee collection.
But let's suppose you are a starving commercial mortgage broker. You would love-love-love to own this course, but you don't have $549. I will give you this 9-hour commercial mortgage brokerage training course course for free, if you will compile a list for me of twenty bankers making commercial loans. These are DVD's, so you will have to pay $30 or so for the shipping.
I will please need the name of the loan officer, the bank, the address, the phone number, and his email address. And guys, these commercial real estate loan officers must work at either a FDIC-insured bank or a NCUSIF-insured credit union. I will not accept commercial real estate loan officers working for any other type of commercial lender. I just want bankers.
You will probably want to call the twenty closest banks to your office and ask for a commercial real estate loan officer. Sometimes getting the banker's email address can be tricky. They don't like giving it out. I like to ask, "If I wanted to send you a commercial loan package, to what email address would I send it?"
Please send your list to me by email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please insert in the subject line, "Trade for 20 Bankers." Don't forget your own own address and phone number. Obviously this is George Blackburne III (the old man). Guys, I get 1,300 emails every single day, so it will be very easy for me to miss your email. Right after emailing me your list of bankers making commercial loans, please send me a text to 574-360-2486, "George, I just sent you a list of 20 bankers."
Guys, I Please Need Your Help
I have a problem. Between C-Loans.com and CommercialMortgage.com, I am generating a half-dozen large ($1 million+) bridge loan requests every single day, and I don't have enough Big-Boy bridge lenders to work them.
Now I have given you free, searchable access to almost 4,000 commercial lenders (mostly banks) on CommercialMortgage.com. Would you kindly please-please-please return the favor by sharing with me some bridge loan lenders that can comfortably handle commercial loans of over $1 million. I am really looking for the proven guys who do deals of $1 million to $10 million or $2 million to $20 million.
Please write to me at email@example.com. So I don't miss it, would you please make the Subject Line, "Bridge Lender(s) For You."
A lady was picking through the frozen turkeys at the grocery store, but couldn't find one big enough for her family. She asked a butcher, "Do these turkeys get any bigger?" The butcher replied, "No, ma'am, they're dead."
Where to Find Bankers
It's easy to find 20 bona fide bankers to trade to C-Loans, Inc. for our wonderful, 9-hour video training course, How to Broker Commercial Loans.
Before I explain how, there is an even more important reason why you want to build your own list of bankers. The single best way to market for commercial loans is to advertise to commercial bankers.
Why? The first place a potential commercial mortgage borrower calls is his own banker, so the typical commercial real estate loan officer, working for a bank, gets two or three such calls per day. He turns down 80% of these commercial loan requests. There is no reason why he can't refer them to you.
Okay, so how do you find these these bankers? I recommend that you start with those banks that are located close to your office. These banks are very easy to find. Simply go to Google Maps and type in the address of your office. Then click the "Nearby" icon and type in, "Banks." Every bank within 50 miles of your office will pop up.
Then call the bank and ask to speak with a commercial real estate loan officer. The typical bank has a single commercial real estate loan officer covering five or six branches, so he will likely work out of a different branch. Then work with the loan officer or receptionist to obtain his phone number (try to get both work and mobile), address, and email address.
The email address is critical, and sometimes bankers are a little freaky-deaky about giving it out. They are worried about being spammed. The best way to ask for a banker's email address is to ask, "If I wanted to send you a commercial loan summary, to which email address should I send it?"
A white-haired old man walked into a jewelry store on a Friday, with a beautiful young lady at his side. "I'm looking for a special ring for my girlfriend," he said. Our jeweler looked through our stock and took out an outstanding ring priced at $5,000. "I don't think you understand. I want something very unique," the man said. At that, our now very excited jeweler went and fetched our special stock from the safe. "Here's one stunning ring at $40,000."
The girls eyes sparkled, and the man said that he would take it. How are you paying?" asked our jeweler. “I'll pay by check; but of course the bank will want to make sure that everything is in order, so I'll write a check and you can phone the bank tomorrow, and then I'll fetch the ring on Monday," replied the old man.
Monday morning, our very disappointed jeweler phoned the man. "You lied, there's no money in that account." "I know - sorry - but can you imagine what a FANTASTIC weekend I had?!"