Trying to Cash In On Brokering One Big Note? Think Again.

What if you could broker one note and make a big commission? How many of those notes would you need to do a year? Matter of fact, I know that some people reading this right now have just this philosophy. Some brokers or consultants will target larger notes in hopes of a big payday. After all, less work and more money sounds incredibly attractive, doesn’t it? The fact of the matter is that if you are focused only on higher balance notes you will most likely never make the money you are … [Read more...]

Note Broker Fees In The Cash Flow Business

How much can a note broker make on a deal? That's the short summary of a cash flow business question we received last week from a Note Broker. It was an earnest inquiry and we wanted to share our answer in this edition of Real Deals! I was just visiting your site and wanted to know what a fair % of cash flow a broker can expect from a performing package deal? There are buyers wanting a performing MHP package I have available with only 2-3 yrs. to maturity and the smaller lender wants to … [Read more...]

3 Ways To Make Money and Earn Fees in the Cash Flow Business!

Many people have heard about the cash flow industry but don't really know how the average person can profit from it. There are basically three methods for handling the fees paid to cash flow brokers or consultants, as follows: 1. Referral Fee 2. Establish Your Own Fee 3. Set Commission Fee Referral Fee Pros: Very Little Paperwork/Time Cons: Typically smaller commissions Cash Flows: Most cash flows can be handled on a referral basis The Referral Fee structure is the easiest, … [Read more...]

Making Money Using “Buy Full – Sell Short”

One of the most powerful wealth building techniques in the cash flow industry is the “Buy Full – Sell Short” strategy. Capitalizing on the power of compounding interest and the time value of money, it enables note brokers to own rights to future note payments with little to no money of their own. … [Read more...]

Broker Fees – Too Much or Not Enough?

Negotiating the purchase of a cash flow is about providing a service to sellers desiring cash rather than payments over time. While providing an essential service, the cash flow industry is also a for profit business. Cash flow brokers earn their profit through fees or spreads resulting from the difference between the price the seller agrees to accept and the amount an investor will pay. But how are these fees determined? … [Read more...]