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?
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Risk vs Reward: What is Your Note Investing Hot Button?
By now you have read an article or two (or ten) about the benefits of purchasing or brokering private notes. There is no debate that owning a cash flow can mean fewer headaches than actual real estate. But the advantages of becoming proficient in the note industry go well beyond just purchasing a note and getting a solid return. Here is just one of the really great features … [Read more...] about Risk vs Reward: What is Your Note Investing Hot Button?
5 Reasons I’m Going To Note Expo Nov 2-3, 2018
Let’s Meet in Dallas, Texas! I just accepted an invitation to attend the upcoming Note Expo 2018 Convention and hope you’ll join me in taking part of this event dedicated to real estate note investing. Click Here To Register For Note Expo! I don’t accept many offers to attend or speak at live events anymore because frankly there are very few high quality industry … [Read more...] about 5 Reasons I’m Going To Note Expo Nov 2-3, 2018
Current Market Trends of Non Performing Notes (NPNs)
The non-performing notes sector has been booming after the market went into debt due to the recession in 2008 and 2009. Now, the banks are selling the non-performing notes rather than foreclosing on them. Maintaining real estate is not what the banks want and that’s why they are now willing to sell these non-performing notes at a discount. Let’s discuss what NPN’s are in case … [Read more...] about Current Market Trends of Non Performing Notes (NPNs)
Billions of Non Performing Notes Selling in 2015
We’re not even half way through the year and sales of non-performing note portfolios are already robust for 2015. Part of the credit goes to requirements issued by The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) to reduce the number of delinquent loans in the portfolios of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae prompting several sales by these GSEs (Government Sponsored Enterprises). Largest … [Read more...] about Billions of Non Performing Notes Selling in 2015