In this episode, I compare note investing to wholesaling real estate, fix and flipping properties as well as rental property.
In this episode, I show you how combining the best of real estate techniques with the best note techniques can maximize your return, lower your risk and minimize your taxes.
Mark and his partners formed Equity First Funding, LLC is a Maryland Limited Liability Company, formed on January 20th 2016 with the purpose of buying, holding and selling Real Estate Notes secured by Mortgages or Contract for Deeds. They also purchases REOs, reselling them with owner financing to deserving buyers in an effort to provide homeownership and a positive economic and social impact to underserved communities.
During the winter months, note owners can find themselves in the position of being a note owner but not the property owner. So how to they handle "winterizing issues"? Other times they are the legal property owner on an occupied delinquent equity owner home. Now what? This episode includes so deep-level experience-tips about how to handle those issues.
This episode covers 3 items: 1. Get paid simply finding deals, 2. How to cash out your properties and get a lump sum and monthly cash flow, 3. Best passive secured investment today.
I was attending the TREIA real estate conference and finally met RE investor, author and podcaster, Mitch Stephen. He was kind enough to sit down with me for this impromptu podcast and discuss buying properties and selling with seller financing. This is my favorite technique and Mitch has mastered it having done well over 1000 properties.
After just a few short years Justin has established himself as a top note-broker but it really goes beyond that. In addition to buying notes for his own portfolio, he is a deal maker that brings note investment opportunities to investors.
This episode walks you through how he first started without any note experience to what he is doing today.
On a recent blog, I wrote that many educators and investors in the real estate-backed note industry are talking about NACA and their $0 down, $0 closing costs, $0 fee, no income limit and no need for perfect credit loans and rightfully so, but there is a much deeper issue here and it will not end pretty.
That deeper issue is mortgage liquidity. Unfortunately, this issue is somehow being completely ignored, yet it will be the beginning of the next mortgage crisis.
Want to know how Fannie Mae's non-performing note inventory trickles down to private investors? This episode will answer that for you.
In addition, I completely updated all my Hardest Hit Fund information and even make the spreadsheet available to note investors (and future note investors) with no cost or obligation.
I've had the good privilege of traveling the country conducting note investment training classes. Nothing makes me happier than someone taking that course, applying what they learned adding their own skill set and get successful results. Bob Estler is one of those many investors and in this interview, he will share some of his story with you.
One of the most common questions that I receive is, "how do I get started investing in notes?". That question is usually followed up with , "and what type of notes should I buy?". This episode will answer those questions.
There is a lot of misinformation and misinterpretations in the note business right now. In this podcast I will dispel those and point you in the right direction for the best opportunities now and into the future.
If you are concerned with how much time it takes to invest in notes, listen to this interview and you will not be concerned with that anymore.
I recently interview seasoned real estate investor about why she started investing in real estate notes. As the interview unfolds you will see how she was able to do 7 transaction in less than 12 months with very little time per day invested.