EP 348 – The Seller Finance Coalition and Note Expo with Bob Repass

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NCS 348 | Seller Finance Coalition

  Scott talks with Bob Repass from Colonial Funding about the upcoming Note Expo and the Seller Finance Coalition. Seller finance has become a very interesting product and serves a great need for those who want to be homeowners but typically can’t get traditional bank financing or maybe the property is not traditionally finance-able. Bob goes deep into that and provides great insights on how you can take advantage of this opportunity, while introducing the … Read More

EP 347 – The Crystal Ball Of Mortgage Defaults with Brecht Palombo

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NCS 347 | Note Markets

  If you have a crystal ball to look at mortgage defaults, what would you do? Scott talks with the man who knows what, Brecht Palombo from Distressedpro.com. They discuss the residential and commercial note markets and what opportunities you should be tracking. Brecht is a licensed auctioneer and real estate broker in a number of states. He imparts his knowledge on commercial deals, highlighting how cash flow and the cap rate plays into that. … Read More

EP 340 – Keith Baker on What You Need To Learn About Private Lending

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NCS 340 | Private Lending

  Scott interviews Keith Baker from the Private Lender Podcast about private lending and some of the things to consider when becoming or working with a private lender. He shares some things people might not know about the business—how being a lender to real estate investors is a business loan between two individuals and what they can do with their 401(k) to self-directed IRA. They gush about Ron LeGrand while giving some insights on how … Read More

EP 298 – Goldman Sachs Strikes Again

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NCS 298 | Goldman Sachs

  Goldman Sachs strikes again. They’re generating a close on another large portfolio of nonperforming notes from Fannie Mae. They bought a tremendous amount of 11,000 loans with $1.64 billion in unpaid balance. What does that mean to us? What does this mean to Goldman Sachs and what is the overall underlying ripple effect across the note industry? You’ve got to realize is Goldman Sachs got banged up really bad for a nasty $5 billion … Read More