Dec 19, 2022
Finding deals that
work in this market can be a real challenge. Rising interest rates
have created a gap between CAP rates and borrowing rates. We are
like any other investor, trying to find a way to make a return. Our
guest, Fred Moskowitz, has been investing in alternative
investments for over 15 years. He joins us to talk about
opportunities in the private note market and how this asset class
might be fit into your portfolio.
by Eric & Steven
[05:39] About our
guest: Fred Moskowitz
[06:48] Tell us how
you got into Note Investing?
[11:11] Talk about the
importantace of diversification to help mitigate risk in a
portfolio of notes
[13:08] How do you
interact with the investor class?
[14:36] How long are
you locked into the investment?
[17:24] How do you
[18:14] What kind of
yield do you get on investment for notes?
[21:23] Is it viewed
as an "upside" if a property falls into foreclosure?
[24:25] Are there
states that you prefer over others? Why?
[27:50] When you look
at a note, do you go out and try to assess the value of the
[30:22] What is a loan
servicer with regard to a note?
[36:11] What are some
of the note organizations that investors might want to get involved
[37:31] Tell us about
your book about note investing (available on Amazon)
[37:56] How can
people reach you?
comments by Eric & Steven
Fred Moskowitz is an
educator and bestselling author who has trained countless investors
from all walks of life on how to create passive income streams of
their own. As a fund manager, Fred manages a mortgage note
investment fund and is considered an industry veteran within the
note investing arena. Fred teaches the concept that individual
investors are able to step into the shoes of the lender through
note investing and effectively be the bank.
Fred takes pride in
collaborating with investors to help them grow and profit in the
notes space. As well as being a trusted and valued resource in the
area of alternative investments, his new book, titled The Little
Green Book of Note Investing, has recently been launched.
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