With the stock market plummeting by the minute, you may have a few friends, business associates, or relatives asking more about notes – specifically investing in them. There is no question investing in notes can be a very lucrative venture. If you have your own money you can receive a great yield. If you don’t have your own capital, you can “broker” the deal to a Funder for a … [Read more...] about Should You Work with Private Investors?
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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...] about Making Money Using “Buy Full – Sell Short”
Welcome to Real Deals! It’s always easier to learn from real life so here we share information from actual owner financed transactions. Looking for residual income with notes? Does a future income stream of $1,000 per month for 10 years on just one deal sound too good to be true? Discover how the Buy Full Sell Short strategy works on this Real Deal! … [Read more...] about Real Deal #151 – Residual Income With Notes!
Sellers and investors often ask what ITV (Investment to Value) they should target when buying or selling a private real estate note. You may have seen that some note investors claim they will go 85, 90, even 95 percent ITV. Frankly, I have yet to really meet them when it comes down to funding a deal in the current market. As a refresher, the ITV represents how much is … [Read more...] about What is a Good ITV?
This question is on the minds of many investors right now. With real estate values down and banks restricting credit, there are more seller-financed notes available. Although there is never a crystal ball, if you buy notes at a good ITV you have the opportunity for high yielding investments. Here are a couple things to look for... … [Read more...] about Is 2009 a Good Time to Buy Owner Financed Real Estate Notes?