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Meet Grand Diamond LLC, relatively new real estate company that engages in buy and hold as well as fix and flip deals. They came to us last year to see if we could help them fund a lucrative real estate project. Grand Diamond’s founder Adrian Culton, together with his 2 partners, found a great fixer upper property for sale through one of their contacts. The property’s purchase price was $218,000. After doing their research, Adrian and his team determined that it would cost $31,000 to r

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How Synergistic Investments Helped a Small Startup Launch the World’s Most Advanced Wearable in LA

Today we’re putting the spotlight on HOMEX, an LA based startup that happens to be one of Synergistic Investments’ most successful clients. Earlier this year, HOMEX secured a lucrative sales partnership with World Global Network, the company behind a highly advanced wearable device called the HELO wristband.   Read More


3 Tips on how to utilize your business credit cards and pull out cash for your business

  If you’ve downloaded our free ebook 20+ WAYS TO BUILD YOUR BUSINESS CREDIT EVEN IF YOU HAVE NO HISTORY.  Now here’s 3 tips on how to utilize your business credit cards and pull out cash for your business. There’s a lot more ways to do it which we teach all our clients once they get funded, but here are a few: But first, the legal notice: Important Disclosure: Please note that the t

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3 Ways to Get 100% Financing on Your Real Estate Deals

Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need to have a lot cash to get started in real estate. Below are a few options that you can use to fund your deals without any money out of your pocket. (Hint: It’s easier than you think!) 1. Using Private Money / Private loans A lot of people have money just sitting in the bank. The most interest they earn ranges from 0.5% to 1%. Keep in mind inflation is around 4%. That means that the value of their money is losing about 3% in va

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