On today’s episode of the BiggerPockets, we’re going to dive into an area of real estate investing that is largely unknown, yet can be one of the most passive forms of earning lucrative returns: note investing. Our guest today is Dave Van Horn, who has been actively investing in real estate for more than twenty years and currently runs a very successful note business, PPR Note Company. In addition to information on notes and passive income, Dave also has a ton of great tips for any investor looking to raise money for their real estate deals – so definitely don’t miss this valuable and informative show!
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In This Show, We Cover
- How Dave used other people’s money to buy real estate
- Attracting private lenders through proper networking
- Dave’s beginning journey into note investing and “Soft-Hard Money”
- Why people sell notes … for steep discounts.
- Buying “delinquent mortgages” for incredibly low amounts
- The kind of discounts you can get from second mortgages
- Strategies for dealing with delinquent payments
- Three ways to get started buying notes
- How much you need to get started investing in notes
- Unique ideas for raising capital and finding accredited investors
- Staying out of trouble when dealing with accredited investors
- The mistake that cost Dave’s company $10,000 when dealing with investors
Links from the Show
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