You can be a lender instead of a borrower with Mortgage Note Investing. Real estate is your collateral, securing your loan. Why would you want to give a loan to someone that can’t qualify for a bank loan? David Campbell from Hassle-Free Cash Flow Investing tells us why and how. 9-10% cash-flowing rates of return are common. Compared to buy-and-hold RE investing, this is more liquid, less risky, and incurs lower transaction costs. Want more wealth? Visit GetRichEducation.com and 1) Subscribe to our free newsletter, and 2) Find turnkey real estate investing opportunities. Listen to this week’s show and learn:
07:05 Why now is a good time to move chips from the equity side to the debt side.
10:48 Mortgage Note Investing is also similar to terms like “Hard Money Lending,” or “Private Lending.” Also, discussion of Mortgage vs. Deed Of Trust.
15:45 Buy notes where the borrower has 20-25%+ equity in the property.
23:02 Mortgage Notes provide higher cash flows, less risk, more liquidity, lower transaction costs compared to owning real property.
26:47 Example on a $75,000 mortgage.
34:50 Use your IRA or HELOC to create arbitrage.
36:38 Knowing good from bad, and avoiding fraud.
43:14 Turn your equity into cash flow.