Force-Placed Insurance: What You Need to Know
Force-placed insurance is a growing problem in the note investing space.
Notes vs. Real Estate – #6 Social Impact
In the last of this 6-part series, we want to look at something that’s become an important consideration for today’s investors—social impact.
Notes vs. Real Estate – #5 Capital Requirements
When the real estate market is on an upswing, many investors flock to profit from the boom
Notes vs. Real Estate – #4 Risk Exposure
Mortgage notes are secured by real estate often known as a strategy for risk-averse investors.
Notes vs. Real Estate – #3 Liquidity
Today, we’re going to talk about a nagging concern for many real estate investors—liquidity.
The Door Knocker: What They Are, Why You Need Them
A door knocker is an individual who visits a vacant note property to confirm occupancy status.
Notes vs. Real Estate – #2 Passive Income
Did you know that mortgage note investing is a viable solution for passive investors?
Notes vs. Real Estate – #1 Predictability of Cash Flow
Over the years, we’ve seen lots of people trying to make money in real estate
The Top Five Mistakes Note Investors Make When Bidding on Assets
If you are a note investor, then you should be aware of what mistakes to avoid when bidding on assets.
7E Investments Stresses Advantages of Note Investing for Passive Investors
ANNANDALE, Va. ─ Mortgage note investing has recently gained momentum as an alternative real estate investment strategy.