Who Has Your Rents?

Who Has Your Rents?   The question of who has your rents is one you might ask if your rent payments suddenly stop coming in. Especially if you have not been making your Note payments. Do you recall sitting at the Closing Table when you bought and financed your...

The Due-On-Sale Clause Is Real!

The Due-On-Sale Clause Is Real!   The Due-On-Sale Clause is the clause in your Deed of Trust or Mortgage that simply says that if you sell the property, the entire debt against the property is immediately due and payable. That should not need to be explained. But...

The Acceleration Clause

The Acceleration Clause   The Acceleration Clause that we are talking about today involves the debt that you owe your Lender on the real estate that you purchased. If you try to research “Acceleration Clause” on the internet, or listen to it discussed on Podcasts...

The 360-Day Year. Yeah, Really.

The 360-Day Year.  Yeah, Really.   The 360-day year might me a new thing for you. You already know that there are 365 days in the year. And every fourth year, we stuff another one in there on February 29th, and have 366 days in Leap Year. But there is actually...

Seller Financing Real Estate – The New Way

Seller Financing Real Estate – The New Way   Seller Financing real estate is much more than just a way to sell your investment property. If you do it the right way, it could be a goldmine. Today we are talking about how Seller Financing could lead to: a...

Seller Financing 1031 Exchange

Seller Financing 1031 Exchange   Seller Financing 1031 Exchange strategy can result in a no-cash-required upgrade of your real estate investment property. Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) permits you to sell your investment property, called...