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Virtual Coffee Q&A – Land Trust for Safe Owner Carry on a 4-Plex, Getting Started with Notes in Your Self-Directed IRA

Tom from Wyoming started us off. He is selling two 4-plexes he owns free and clear to some friends and thinks he should be using a land trust… I agree. Selling price is $450,000, and he is only taking $10,000 down and leaving a lot of passive income on the table for the new owners. […]

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Virtual Coffee Q&A – Probate Deal With Owner Financing, Bankruptcy and Non-Performing Junior Liens, etc.

So many great contributors this morning… John from Idaho was able to get owner financing on the purchase of a property in probate, but they needed more cash at closing than made sense for him to make as a down payment. We talked over ideas of how he could structure the transaction to meet the […]

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Virtual Coffee Q&A – Land Trusts, Owner Financing & NPNs, Dodd-Frank, TRID, Licensing

Wow, another great call this morning. I can’t tell you how much I enjoy these conversations. A big thank you to all those who participated. We started off with Tyler from Utah, who is considering buying his second property with owner financing. He bought his first property giving the seller $10,000 cash, and taking it ‘subject to’ the […]

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Virtual Coffee Q&A – Owner Financing and Discounted Notes

Wow, what a great call this morning… I feel extraordinarily edified by the interactions we shared. Thank you to all who joined in live to ask questions, bring up scenarios, share experiences and lend a hand as we did some brainstorming together. A few of the things you’ll hear when you listen to the call, […]

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Virtual Coffee Q&A – Buying Notes from the Bank – Weary Landlord Becomes the Bank – Land Trusts – Foreclosure When to Let Go

Wow, what a great call this morning… I feel extraordinarily edified by the interactions we shared. Thank you to all who joined in live to ask questions, bring up scenarios, share experiences and lend a hand as we did some brainstorming together. A few of the things you’ll hear when you listen to the call, […]

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Virtual Coffee Q&A – Why we Use Trusts, Owner Financing and Selling a Note to Pay off a Partner

Mickey, a new member of the OFC community had a lot to offer this month. First, we started talking about a duplex he and partner own free and clear together. How do you sell with owner financing and still pay out the 50% partner who wants to walk away with his cash? Several solutions came […]

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Virtual Coffee Q&A – Switching from Real Estate to Notes, Mobile Home Park Purchase, etc.

A guy that has been doing a lot of real estate investing (buy and hold, trustee sales, rehabbing and flipping) is now looking at how he can switch over to investing in discounted notes. He has already done some private lending, so he knows that game, but wonders what might be possible with seller carry […]

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Virtual Coffee Q&A – Anything Owner Financing and Notes

I always enjoy these calls where people from all over the country call in to talk about what’s going on with notes and real estate in their area, or to ask questions about certain transactions that are in front of them. Hope to have you join us whenever you can! To find out when the […]

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Virtual Coffee Q&A – Landlords Who Want to Provide Home Ownership to Their Tenants – Offer Terms Sell the Note

There were several great conversations this morning, but one that stood out to me was at the very end. Long time landlords are concerned about the low percentage of home ownership in their community, and they want to figure out how to bridge the gap… they don’t want America to become a serfdom. After a few owner […]

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Virtual Coffee – 12 Step Program for Real Estate Investors who Need to Get into Notes

We had a good chuckle with Arell, a nice real estate addict from Florida who would rather start shifting more of his assets into paper. Instead of holding 10 town homes (that he acquired with owner financing) as rentals, he wants to turn them around with seller financing, and be the bank instead of a landlord. First, […]

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