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Identifying the Invisible Rich is a series developed by Bryce Sanders, President of Perceptive Business Solutions, Inc. together with Dunham. It teaches you to use information that is already publicly available on the internet to help you identify the wealthiest 2 to 5% of your target market, including those who might not be over-prospected.

Each segment of the Identifying the Invisible Rich series provides information to assist you as you go about your research. You can also receive live support from the Regional Marketing Associates at Dunham, access to an e-folder specific to the state you live in, and a suite of informational videos by contacting us at (858) 964-0500.

Preview the Series

Today we are looking at how to locate new money wealth – individuals who make a high income but haven’t accumulated a large number of assets.

New Money Wealth

  • What defines low asset, high cash flow wealth?
  • How can you find professionals who fit this description?

Segment three discusses individuals that have good jobs and earn a high income, but haven't accumulated hundreds of thousands or millions in assets yet. By using public records, we can research the types of professionals who fund investments from cash flow. You will also learn how to locate the highest paying jobs in your area and specific strategies for networking with these professionals.

Access Your State-Specific Guide to Finding the Invisible Rich

Implementing even a few strategies from this program may be beneficial for acquiring prospects and expanding your reach into the wealthiest 2 -5% of your target market. Fill out this form and we'll send you your free state-specific guide to finding the invisible rich in your area. You can also contact us directly at (858) 964-0500.

We look forward to discussing how this strategy can work for you and how we at Dunham can help you grow your business.

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