It is the end of another year and as 2021 winds down, our thoughts turn to 2022. There is no question that we are big fans of goal setting for both short-term and long-term goals. At the end of each year, we get together for an entire weekend and focus on what we want to accomplish the following year. Despite 2021 being a crazy year, the process of goal setting for the … [Read more...] about New Year’s Goal Setting for Note Investors
No question, purchasing performing notes is an excellent alternative to investing in physical real estate. In addition to not dealing with tenants and toilets, you set your own yield requirement, type of property, or payer. You can even implement ways to minimize your overall exposure through partials. So, with performing notes paying so well…what about … [Read more...] about Are NON-Performing Notes a Good Investment?
Let me start by saying these are things you DO NOT want to ignore when it comes to note deals. What do I mean? Well, there is a reason investing in private mortgage notes can be an excellent investment – you get all the benefits of investing in real estate without collecting rents, dealing with late-night phone calls, or costly repairs. That … [Read more...] about 5 Reasons Note Deals Can Go Bad
First National Acceptance, or just FNAC for short, is one of the leading companies buying mortgage notes created through seller financing. Backed by 40+ years of note buying experience and a low cost of funds, they have a wholesale division dedicated to working with note brokers. We sat down with Dan Malcolm, Broker Desk Manager, in this video interview to congratulate FNAC … [Read more...] about 40 Years Of Note Buying With FNAC
No question that 2020 cut down on in-person networking at industry conventions. But, it did also create an unprecedented amount of information people could access remotely. Listen around the virtual investor campfire long enough with successful investors and average people well positioned to retire comfortably, and you will find "self-directed" retirement is a common … [Read more...] about 2020 Changed Your Self-Directed Retirement Outlook – But Which Way?