A FELONY FOR WHOLESALING HOUSES?
DISCOVERTHE ONLY LEGAL WAY TO PROFIT
FROM WHOLESALING HOMES
AS FEATURED ON:
Wholesaling Is By Far The Best Exit Strategy For Real Estate Investors who want to make big profits with low risk-in a matter of days....
but there’s a major problem!
99% of Investors are wholesaling illegally and you may be breaking the law flipping houses and you don’t even know it. Heck most gurus are wholesaling wrong (if they’re still active in the business) and are teaching students incomplete or illegal strategies because they don’t even know how to wholesale legally. This puts you and your family in deep danger that can result in a felony, MAJOR fines and even jail time.
YES you read that right, you could be committing a felony when you wholesale a piece of Real Estate because of incomplete strategies that you’ve been taught from others. That means - if convicted, you cannot vote, own a firearm, apply for any Government grant etc. You lose a lot of your rights as a citizen by having a felony on your record and by the way... it stays with you for life so good luck applying for a job after you get hit with the hefty wholesaling fines when you get caught doing it illegally.
The Best Way To Get Out Of Trouble Is To Never Get Into Trouble
Real Estate Investing is the only business where you can make $5,000 $10,000 $25,000 even $50,000+ in the matter of days and most investors do it by wholesaling but you better become compliant and learn to wholesale the legal way.
That’s why we created Wholesale Reformation
To teach the truth and complete version of wholesaling a piece of Real Estate to put power in investors hands rather than have the power taken away from doing this very profitable business the dangerous and illegal way.
Why Wholesale Reformation?
A disturbing new trend is occurring across multiple states. Wholesalers who are doing business improperly and do not know it are now facing criminal prosecutions. If you are actively engaged in wholesaling or are trying to wholesale real estate, you need to be aware of what you legally can and cannot do.