Archives for July 2010

Find Cash Flow Notes – 3 List Building Strategies

Contacting note holders offering to pay cash for note payments is a winning cash flow business marketing strategy. But how do you create a list of people interested in selling cash flow notes? … [Read more...]

MY FRIEND, THE INTERNET – Real Estate Notes

A friend keeps you from making poor decisions, is there in your times of need, and can be a good source of information. Based on this criteria, I consider the internet to be my friend. Yes, the cold, impersonal, most definitely non-human internet has my back. Best thing is, it can and will be your friend, too. … [Read more...]

How to Broker Notes For Residual Income – Real Deal #159

Most cash flow notes are only sold once. That means one deal and one finder’s fee, unless you're lucky enough to find a seller that owner finances again! But that all changes with a partial purchase. Here’s how one note was bought four times in Real Deal #159! … [Read more...]

3 Notes Mortgage Buyers Just Aren’t That Into

Private mortgages aren’t going to be perfect. Note buyers know this and that makes them pretty good at finding creative ways to safely buy mortgage payments. But there are some notes and land contracts that just don’t make good investments. Save yourself time and marketing dollars by knowing the three notes that investors just aren’t that into. … [Read more...]

HR 4173 and Seller Financing – Get the Facts

Legislation and owner financing are in the news again as the House and Senate look to work out differences on HR 4173. The House first passed the bill in December 11, 2009, entitled Wall Street Reform Act, that included provisions to limit seller financing from HR 1728 Mortgage Reform Act. The Senate then passed their version of HR 4173 on May 20, 2010, entitled Restoring American Financial Stability Act.  Once differences are worked out in conference the bill would go to the President before … [Read more...]