Archives for 2011

5 Rules for Working with Note Buyers

Let's face it. When it comes to the cash flow business note buyers are the driving force behind funding deals. Unless your Warren Buffet or Oprah Winfrey, you will need access to investors to be a successful note broker. Even if you buy notes yourself, there will be times a deal does not meet your parameters or funds are tied up elsewhere. Just remember these... … [Read more...]

5 Owner Financing Tips for Sellers

It’s a tough time to sell a house. In an effort to sell fast and stand out from the crowd, sellers are turning to the owner financed installment sale. By accepting payments over time from the buyer, the seller provides an alternative to bank financing. This attracts more buyers and helps the owner get attention in a market flooded by oversupply from foreclosures. Of course sellers don’t want to jump from the frying pan into the fire by trading a house that won’t sell for a buyer that won’t … [Read more...]

Building Rapport for Note Brokers

Rapport (noun) \ra-‘por\ : relation marked by harmony, conformity, accord, or affinity We’ve all been in this situation: A spouse or a friend asks you to attend a Christmas party, a wedding, or a company picnic where you know absolutely nobody. Worse yet, your link to familiarity heads to the bathroom and leaves you…totally…alone… … [Read more...]

How Can I Find Cash Flow Notes?

Knowing how to find cash flow notes is the most important skill note brokers and buyers can learn. It can also be the most difficult. Why? Well it can seem a lot like looking for the proverbial needle in a haystack. … [Read more...]

Finding Cash Flow Notes Sneak Preview

Have you seen the sneak peak preview of Finding Cash Flow Notes?  Click here to watch the video! … [Read more...]

How Note Buyers Protect Against Rising Interest Rates

I am sure you have heard that rising interest rates have a negative effect on real estate notes and I wanted to take a closer look at why. It is important to understand how rising interest rates affect your current notes and future note investments. … [Read more...]