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Note Buying Cash Machine with Amed Hazel
6 minutes | Feb 13, 2017
Key Strategic Benefits of Working with Family Offices and Private Equity Funds
In this episode we are discussing how Family Offices's and Private Equity funds work hand in hand.
11 minutes | Jan 24, 2017
Raising Capital From Billionaires Pt 3
In this episode I talk about some of the demographics and characteristics of billionaire investors.
7 minutes | Jan 16, 2017
Raising Capital Pt 2
In this episode we discuss specialized knowledge, attraction marketing, and crafting your marketing for your niche.
7 minutes | Jan 9, 2017
Raising Capital for Your Real Estate Business Pt 1
We will discuss a focused and systematic approach, and being a big fish in a small pond.
13 minutes | Dec 29, 2015
How You Make Money and Help Your HomeOwner
This is the first of twelve strategies that we use to create win-win strategies for our investors and homeowners.
13 minutes | Dec 24, 2015
Getting Started in the Non-performing Note Business
These are some of the most important things you need to get started.
14 minutes | Nov 1, 2015
How to FInd Banks that Need to Sell Mortgage Notes
Lean the actual formula that determine whether a bank can actually sell its assets.
18 minutes | Jul 22, 2014
Interview with Co-founder of Tech Start-up Karl Falk of Short-Save.com
Karl Falk is the Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of tech start-up ShortSave Inc. A vision of his that the default industry should be more responsive and efficient in this day and age. ShortSave gives agents and borrowers power to digitally collaborate together with lenders, receiving decisions on short sales, loan modifications and Deed in Lieu transactions in a very short period of time. Leveraging strategic industry relationships ShortSave reduced significant friction points, along with emphasis on data and decision criteria; position ShortSave to be a future standard in the default industry. Karl started in the default industry in 2006, and has been the CEO of Summit Mitigation Services (SMS) since 2010, headquartered in Colorado. SMS is the nation’s leader in Non-Performing Loan (NPL) negotiations, technology and advanced learning to real estate and banking professionals across the United States. Using his extensive industry experience, Karl provides thought leadership and insight to shape National NPL Policies. Currently, he is providing insight to large national providers/vendors and hedge/private equity funds on how to best manage NPLs on a national scale. In 2012, he was named one of the “Top 5 Most Influential Young Professionals” by ColoradoBiz Magazine and was named a “Rising Star” by the Colorado Springs Business Journal in 2013. Karl is a Graduate of the United States Air Force Academy, a Football Alum, an Eagle Scout and has been honored by President Clinton in the Oval Office. He is a husband and father of three and calls home in Colorado.
12 minutes | Jun 26, 2014
How to Move From House Investor to Note Investor
We discuss the strategies needed to move from the average house investor to the super non performing note investor.
11 minutes | Jun 6, 2014
Don't Get Ripped Off By Your Servicer
In this episode I discuss some of the things to be aware of when you are working with a servicing company. Also find out the key question to ask any servicing company.
14 minutes | May 22, 2014
Thinking Like a Banker
I am discussing the differences in mindset between the banker and the investor. I also reveal some of my most guarded emotions and things that have happend in my personal life.
13 minutes | May 15, 2014
Strategies to Cash Out with Bank Notes Continues
In this episode we delve a little deeper in to the exit strategies for cashing out with non performing bank notes. We look more into: Selling the note Short sales Deed In Lieu Refinancing Loan modifications Foreclosures Thes are the basic strategies that can be used to get a return on your investment.
7 minutes | May 8, 2014
Exit Strategies for Non-Preforming Bank Notes
We are going to discuss the shows format and the five basic non-performing note exit strategies or strategies for cashing out and getting a return on your investment. The following are the five basic strategies; Sell the note Buy and hold Refinance Short sale Foreclosure These are the most basic but there are other strategies that are more advanced the will allow you greater options.
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