Category Archives: Note buying

Buying notes for your own account- best practices

Profits from brokering notes can be substantial, but investing in notes for your own account should be the ultimate goal of any note broker. That’s where the big money is. Far and away, the best way to learn about the … Continue reading

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Buying notes brings high returns

All over the United States, millions of dollars are sitting, half forgotten, in desk drawers and safety deposit boxes. This money is in the form of mortgage notes (trust deeds) that owners took back in order to sell their properties. … Continue reading

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Non performing notes and the unique opportunity for the smaller investor

The non-performing note market is not even close to drying up. In fact, another billion dollars’ worth at a time keeps hitting the market over and over again (several times per year), and in 2015 alone, banks and GSEs such … Continue reading

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Types of notes brokers and investors can pursue

Tim Fitzgerald’s Cash Flow Business Tip of the Week Notes generally fall into one of the following category types: Seller financed Performing Re-performing Non-performing If I were starting out today, I could make an argument for

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To generate income quickly, you systematically broker note deals and then invest at high yields

Tim Fitzgerald’s Cash Flow Business Tip of the Week To generate income quickly, what you want to do is systematically broker note deals and amass referral fees that way (you’re looking at anywhere from $2,000- $10,000 per transaction depending upon … Continue reading

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