Discovering new asset classes: NonPerforming Notes

Thanks to the subprime lending fiasco, the nation’s economy tanked, home prices fell, interest rates took a nosedive to historic lows, and inventory was plentiful — especially in the foreclosure market. We’ve been able to pick up REO properties at a good discount, then renovate and get a healthy profits on resale. Buying rental properties at the foreclosure auction or via a short sale has provided us the ability to reposition these properties for generous cash flow.

Over the past 12 months we’ve seen a shift in the distressed real estate market. The ability to buy distressed properties at a low enough discount to earn a healthy profit is

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Diversify Your Retirement Portfolio With Real Estate

In 2009 I converted my retirement account into a Self Directed IRA and have had great success with it building my retirement portfolio tax free using real estate as the primary asset class. I thought that I’d share some concepts so that you have a basic understanding of what you can do with your retirement funds, especially in the investment real estate arena. 

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