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The Note MBA Podcast aims to show you an inside story of two guys who have jumped head first into the defaulted note business. Follow us as we share our grassroots education in note investing and this expanding community of investors. Learn all while one half travels the world in pursuit of every location independent entrepreneur’s dream and the other expands his love for business and family enough to fill the great state of Texas. We’re here to show you that you’re never alone in the note business. Join us every Wednesday to find out what we’re up to now.
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116: Metrics Real Estate Investors Look At When Deciding To Invest
6 days ago
What are the metrics real estate investors look at when deciding to invest? Which social networks should I be focused on to attract more deals and private capital? Those are two of the most frequently asked questions sent to us via email. These are the two of the things we address in today's episode. Even though it's the Spring Break episode, it didn't feel right to leave you hanging without a show. So, we do some listener Q & A. After that I pose a few questions to the investor community that listens to the show. Metrics Real Estate Investors Look At When Deciding To Invest So, what are the metrics real estate investors look at when deciding to invest? The answer to this question is both specific and nuanced all at the same time. The four big metrics you're going to want to focus on are: Cashflow: Robby has talked about it before on the show, but cash(flow) is king. More specifically, especially with notes, is you need to be comfortable with having to hold onto the property. Not forever, but maybe. Run every possible ROI scenario to understand your position as completely as possible. Location, Location, Location: This is the time tested answer, and it only bare repeating because with notes you can invest in almost any location. For us that means you need to get familiar with multiple layer before investing. State, county, city, etc. Pick your markets wisely. Budget: Make sure you're not putting yourself or your JV investors in a bind by not having necessary cash reserves to fully execute on a deal. It's as simple as that. A $20k deal, won't always run you $20k. And you should never expect it to. Carrying Cost: The unsung anti-hero of many real estate investing transactions. This is the thing most realty shows leave off. Properly account for your entire possible holding time. Never count on a sale happening in the first 10 days a home goes on the market. And don't count on a streamline foreclosure. Which Social Networks You Should Be Focusing On We don't talk marketing a ton on the show, but when we do there is always a decent amount of questions that come rolling in. And, it makes sense that this would be one of the top questions. Investors don't want to waste time, and I get that. So, let's break down the top places you should be spending your time, and possibly money. Facebook gets top bil
Rated 5 out of
This is the best kind of mba
I had never thought about trading house notes before. However, Anyone in who invest needs to listen to Chase and Robert. They have uncanny insight and are wonderful at the explaining topics.
Date published: 2015-01-21
Rated 5 out of
Great Podcast Guys!
Hey Guys - I am LOVING each episode of your Podcast and can't wait for MORE!
Date published: 2015-02-02