Archives for June 2014

Does Social Media Really Help Your Note Business?

This week Patrick Clark at Business Week penned the following statement based on a recent [flawed] release of a Gallup Poll… “Tweets, Likes, and Shares Don’t Make Us Buy Stuff, Americans Say.”  Of course the Gallup report was also deeply flawed with old data (circa 2012), and no one should have been surprised when people were asked if they are influenced by ads they responded, “No.” In any case, Clark's points make an interesting premise when you are talking about selling things like … [Read more...]

Dodd-Frank Fallout: Colorado Removes Seller Financing Provision From Contracts

Colorado... Where it’s easy to buy marijuana but hard to sell a home with seller financing. In reaction to the Dodd-Frank Act, the Colorado Real Estate Division has issued a bulletin on the removal of the seller financing provision in the state regulated Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate. While the creation of new seller-carry notes is holding strong since the implementation of the Act in early 2014, we are starting to see changes in the way individual States, real estate professionals, … [Read more...]