Archives for February 2011

The BIGGEST Mistake Investors Make When Buying Cash Flows

In 1996 I was in the room with some of the brightest investors of our time. They batted around terms and strategies that left my head spinning and my hand sore from writing down as many notes as possible. I distinctly remember, just before ending the day, someone (not me) made a comment that brought everything to an abrupt halt. “If I buy a note that pays for 10 years at 12%, I don’t have to worry about investing again for another 10 years.” What got me was the number of people that … [Read more...]

Using Owner Financing To Achieve Your Goals

We are headed to San Francisco to participate in the Women in Real Estate Event on March 26, 2011. This full day event is sponsored by SJREI, the bay area's premier real estate investor's association at the at the Sequoia Yacht Club in Redwood City, California. Join women real estate investors as they share their success strategies at the event entitled,  Steel Toed Stilettos: Real Women Own Real Estate.  Here's a look at the line-up and topics: … [Read more...]

Become Your Own Note Buyer!

Are we buying notes on cruise boats now? Well...sort of. Last weekend we were asked to present our 5 strategies for moving from note finder to note investor.  The seminar was sponsored by … [Read more...]

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...]