Experienced investors know that conventional financing isn't always the best way to go. Secondary market limits the number of mortgages an owner may have, many lenders are reluctant to place too many loans with one investor and it's always better to use other people's money!
Tonight we'll explore funding methods that seasoned investors frequently use to finance their Deals and a new way to protect your asset once you've acquired them. We'll learn about:
- Lease Options from Rissa Collins
- Contract for Deeds from Jennifer Gray
- Putting your property into a Land Trust from Al Franks
Rissa Collins is a seasoned investor, former real estate broker and mentor. Her investing career started in Texas in 1975 and now includes deals nationwide. A proven Problem Solver, Rissa is experienced in structuring wholesale, subject-to and lease option deals as well as tax lien acquisitions. She prioritizes networking, collaboration and is a mentor to many new investors.
Jennifer Gray is a partner in the law firm of Watkins, Boyer, Gray and Curry in Rogers. As attorney for several of our more seasoned investors, she is well-versed in structuring creatively financed deals. From developing win-win strategies with investors to creating the documents to make them happen, Jennifer is the best kind of rei attorney - the kind that gets deals closed.
Al Franks is a 13 year veteran of the AR Air National Guard, owner of several businesses and is a seasoned investor. With over 72 properties flipped since 2016, 39 doors leased and 6-10 ongoing development projects, he has a lot of experience protecting his assets. Al and his team are well known in central Arkansas for their ability to employ creative strategies to buy and sell with little to no cash out of pocket.
Tonight's program will be a double whammy with great information about structuring creative deals from an attorney who has worked with some of our most trusted pros. You'll also meet seasoned investors from outside NWA who can give us another perspective on getting more deals - and getting them closed! See you Tuesday.