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Light At The End Of The Tunnel?

According to National Mortgage News (May 2020), Coronavirus related delinquencies due to forbearance cannot be reported

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Is There Opportunity Amid Coronavirus?

This Coronavirus pandemic has created what will likely become a huge opportunity for investors that has not been seen si

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Are Investors Still Investing?

Of course! Even in this uncertain time, investors are still investing! Believe it or not, while a lot of folks took a s

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Any Mortgage Relief During COVID-19?

My last article discussed the effects of the stock market plunge on mortgage note investing. Now, as the COVID-19 pande

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Ready For The COVID-19 Scammers?

I typically like to pose a question related to note investing when posting an article. While this article is not directl

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Can You Use Your IRA To Buy Notes?

There are many ways to invest in notes, but one great way to really boost your retirement savings account is investing i

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Does Your Bank Have A Credit Rating?

As a consumer, your personal credit can affect many things like rates you get on loans, whether you get a job, and quali

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Is the Government Into Notes?

Many investors buy performing notes or create performing notes by getting borrowers to start performing again. Some inv

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How Much Note Education Is Enough?

I'm a huge fan of formal education as well as learning by doing. As someone who likes to gain as much knowledge on a s

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What is a Mortgage Note Anyway? FAQ’s

I did a post on my social media and business pages back in June answering some basic questions about notes. I still get

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What Is A Joker Broker?

When someone is selling a note directly they are just a note seller. When someone is brokering a note, they don’t typ

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How Many Ways Can You Exit A Note?

Let me count the ways. There are so many ways to exit a note other than just selling it, this is the most common way, ho

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Cash Flow, Capital Gains Or Both?

Many investors buy performing notes or create performing notes by getting borrowers to start performing again. Some inv

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What Is Dodd Frank?

What is Dodd Frank? As note investors we often hear that we need to be compliant with Dodd Frank. In short, the Dodd

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What Is An Accredited Investor?

When searching for note investments, many times I see the term “accredited investors only”. These investors are sin

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Mentor Or Coach, What’s The Difference?

In one of my online note investing groups someone posed a question of whether you believe a good mentor needs to be olde

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Why Help A Borrower With Credit?

As we all know personal credit is important. It’s even more important when you are trying to buy a house. Even refinan

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Can You Create Your Own Note?

The short answer is yes. Last year I put my rental property on the market. It used to be my primary residence for many

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What Is A Partial Note?

Most note investors know about performing and nonperforming mortgage notes and how to buy them at a discount. Buying a p

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What Is Due Diligence On A Note?

Due diligence, due diligence…what does that mean in relation to a note? Well, there are certain things that need to b

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Did You Follow Your Mentor’s Instructions?

I love to write about things that I experience or see others experience on their journey in this real estate investing s

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How Does The Stock Market Affect Notes?

Steep declines in the stock market have been in the news lately. With that, many investors are nervous (rightfully so)

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Don’t Think You Have Money To Invest?

Think again… I can’t tell you how many people think they don’t have money to invest! Especially with the volatil

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What Is An Allonge?

Allonge… sounds like a fancy French word to me. Well, it is! The word “allonge” is derived from the French word al

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