Archives for March 2016

21 Tips To Read Before You Get Started Investing in Notes

“How do I get started investing in notes?” That’s a question we hear daily from tired landlords, stressed out rehabbers, or the couple next door wanting to improve life for their family. Own The Real Estate Or Be The Bank There are differences between investing in real estate vs. mortgage notes. Rather than owning the property, you own the right to collect payments on a promissory note. You are the one receiving the payments. If something needs fixed the owner has to do it.  And like the … [Read more...]

Mitch Stephen Knows How To Sell Houses With Owner Financing

Interested in real estate investing without the headaches of rentals (no toilets, tenants, or trash)? Are you a landlord tired of vanishing cash flow due to maintenance and vacancies? Love note buying but tired of marketing to note holders that don't understand discounts? Discover how to create your own notes by selling homes with owner financing! If you want to combine the power of real estate and note investing then you will want to read this interview with Mitch Stephen. His … [Read more...]

Owner Financed Note Creation Dips in 2015

After 5 years of growth owner financed note creation was down 8.9% in 2015 compared to 2014. According to annual statistics released by Advanced Seller Data Services there were 105,871 seller financed notes created in 2015 compared to 116,178 in 2014 (based on 2147 counties reporting, $30,000 or greater balance, and 1st position or wrap/AITD notes). "This is the first year since 2009 the number of seller carry-back notes created dropped from the previous year. New regulations appear to have … [Read more...]

Are You Positive?

If you have been sitting on the sidelines, waiting for an opportunity to jump back in the real estate or note investing game, you need to read this. The opportunity is now. I am not saying we have come full circle to the golden years of real estate and note buying, but I don’t need them to the that good…I just need them to be profitable. Very profitable. So, why now? Just look around. New houses are being built. Now, the last time I checked it was not any cheaper to build a house … [Read more...]