In recent years, many real estate investors who’ve wanted to earn passive income without the headaches of dealing with tenants or flipping properties have shifted their strategy to note investing. Yet, in the process, they’ve learned that building a successful note brokering business requires a different skill set than traditional real estate investment.
With that in mind, if you want to become a note broker, finding the right training course can make all the difference in helping you to get your new investment strategy off the ground. Keep reading to learn why note broker training is so important, the basics of how to invest in mortgage notes.
Why is broker training so crucial?
Attending the right real estate note broker training will give you the foundational knowledge you need to choose worthwhile investments. For example, a note investor must know how to tell which mortgage notes are likely to be paid in full and which are likely to end in foreclosure. Unless you do your due diligence, you’re likely to spend a lot more time chasing down mortgage payments than necessary.
In addition, the private lender landscape is always changing. Real estate note investing today is not the same as it was in 2008 or in 2017. The industry has changed greatly in recent years and, as a mortgage note broker, it’s up to you to keep pace with current trends.
Whether you’ve been in the real estate note investing business for years or you’re just starting to explore this investment strategy, taking a broker training course is the best way for you to get caught up on all that this unique industry has to offer,
How to invest in mortgage notes
If you want to invest in mortgage notes, you need to know that there is more to the process than just knowing how to buy the note and when to sell the note. For instance, you need to know the following:
- How to find your first (or next) note broker business opportunity
- Whether you intend to invest in a performing note or a distressed note
- What is an acceptable interest rate
- Where to get funding for a promissory note, beyond your typical banks and credit unions
- How to close the deal
In fact, whether you are self-taught or looking for additional help, finding the right broker training is crucial to learning the ins and outs of this particular industry,
Join our event in July or look toward Note School’s regularly updated courses and offerings to get started investing in real estate mortgage notes ASAP.
Who is this note buying training course for?
This course is ideal for anyone who’s tired of being a landlord. It’s for anyone who’s tired of dealing with problem tenants and regular maintenance calls.
If you’ve come out of the pandemic wondering, “Should I sell or keep my rental property?” you’re bound to be a good candidate.
In truth, even if you don’t want to be a landlord anymore, you can invest in mortgage notes and deeds of trust as a way to generate passive income without all the hassle.
In addition to showing you how to buy mortgage notes, these offerings will teach you how to invest in real estate without being a landlord. You’ll learn:
- New investment strategies for landlords
- The benefits of being a note holder vs. landlord
- How to get started with note investing
With today’s note industry the way it is, investing in real estate without being a landlord has never been easier. All you need is the right skills to get started,
Join our course offerings and the answer to the question, “Should I sell my rental properties?” will become clearer than ever.