It was one of the first signs of a weakening housing market. Builders desperate to move increased inventory started offering incentives in hopes of enticing buyers to their developments. These incentives ranged from … [Read more...] about Home Builders Offer Seller Financing Incentives
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?
The stock market continues to retreat. Personal portfolios are dwindling. It is a “buyers market” in real estate. Banks, despite an unprecedented federal bailout, are tightening their lending programs so the average purchaser can’t obtain a loan. This is the recipe the private mortgage industry was founded on – and it has returned. … [Read more...] about Recipe for Success!
If you watched the last Presidential debate Wednesday night you probably noticed that Barack Obama and John McCain agreed on at least one thing. The economy is in the tank and it needs HELP! Now that we have found common ground for economists, Democrats, Republicans, and Independents alike, what can we do about it? And what does this have to do with seller financing? … [Read more...] about McCain and Obama Agree!