Los Angeles, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/05/2012 -- Former University of San Francisco baseball coach and financial guru Brandon Dutch Mendenhall has put 500 copies of his patented Keep it Simple (KIS) financial information package available to the general public. Using the financial techniques in his KIS kit Dutch has negotiated over a hundred million dollars in commercial financial properties alone. Now these techniques strategies can be applied to Personal development of financial portfolios for personal investment and purchases of commercial real estate by anyone who reads them. The KIS analysis strategy alone can provide an easy to comprehend but fascinatingly effective business model to any potential real estate investor.
The KIS “crash course” trainer CD covers the basics of the KIS method. Evaluating the best types of commercial real estate available, primarily in cheap easy to finance and resell properties in established markets. Self-Storage units, mobile home parks and assisted living facilities are examples of this type of property. Working with brokers to get their assistance and easily negotiating deals comes next, a basic networking strategy anyone in the commercial real estate business can understand. Getting the seller on the phone, knowing the type of broker involved in a sale and how to negotiate commissions with the brokers themselves.
Finally, the KIS system teaches devotees how to approach deals with the most solid exit strategies possible already in mind. Techniques like approaching all deals from a position of power, forcing buyers to work directly with you and exploring both online and offline aspects of the marketplace are just a few of the techniques available with the patented KIS system. These introductory crash course kits are going fast, with only 54 available out of the initial 500 Dutch intended to give away. For less than $10.00 shipping and handling the KIS system is available for anyone to try.
“I’m so confident in the KIS system that I decided to give away the first 500 copies just to show how powerful it is. You won’t be disappointed. –Dutch Mendenhall”