There is a note out there for all types of investors. With over $100 billion of inventory, there are likely multiple notes out there. It's all about finding which notes work for your goals. Before you go down the road of single-family homes versus land versus commercial, we are talking about something else. Note performance. Join us as we navigate the nuances of … [Read more...] about Decoding Note Performance For Investors
Investing in real estate has long been a popular choice for investors looking to grow their wealth and secure their financial future. However, there's another lesser-known investment opportunity that offers several advantages over traditional real estate… Investing In Private Mortgage Notes. Real estate note investing involves purchasing the debt obligation from the note … [Read more...] about 7 Benefits of Investing in Notes Instead of Real Estate
“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 … [Read more...] about 21 Tips To Read Before You Get Started Investing in Notes
We talk a lot about investing in real estate notes and why we think it is a lot better than being a hands-on landlord. Let’s say this: being the bank is easier than being a janitor.* *Ok, you are not really the janitor, and there is nothing wrong with that profession. But sometimes, as a landlord, you feel like you have to do all the work (or hire people to do it). Fix … [Read more...] about If Notes Are So Great, Why Do Investors Sometimes Sell Them?
There is a lot of talk lately about inflation. But what about inflation and note investing? It stands to reason inflation has people worried after we kicked off January and February 2022 with some unusually high numbers (7.5% and 7.9% respectively) — or so we thought. Then March and April were even higher at 8.5% and 8.3% respectively. NOTE: Keep in mind those are … [Read more...] about Inflation and Note Investing