Owner Financing Club Call June 2nd – Ellis of The Note Guys on Non-Performing 2nd TD’s and More…
I’m really pleased to have Ellis San Jose as the guest speaker on my next club call on June 2nd, 2011. Ellis, like myself, is a California real estate broker, a real estate investor, note buyer, and co-founder of The Note Guys with Gerald Lemoine.
While he has done and can do just about every step in “The Dance Between Property and Paper”, he recently told me that he’s mainly focused on buying non-performing 2nd TD’s. And I think he mainly focuses on bank paper, whereas I never touch anything related to the banks at all, but we’ll find out together just what he’s up to this Thursday.
If you’re already a member of Owner Financing Club, then you’ll be emailed the details for the call. Hopefully, you were able to enjoy the call with Henry Dvorken last month, on May 3rd. (P.S. Some people told me they had trouble getting the free contract that Henry has to share with people… if that describes you, PLEASE let me know and I’ll make sure you get taken care of).
My web designer/developer says that the online support site for the club will be live before the call, so let’s keep our fingers crossed… this is where the past recordings of club calls will be, along with the video of that owner financing class I taught on May 10th, and a few other bonuses and blog posts that I have in mind to put up for all those who have been so patient with my technical issues and learning curve.
My goal is to make you feel, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that your returns have far exceeded your investment in our community of like-minded individuals.
Hope you can be with me to enjoy Ellis and ask him anything you can think of related to investing in non-performing bank notes. He and Gerald are people that I can wholeheartedly recommend as investors with as much or more reputation equity than real estate equity, which is saying a lot.
And don’t forget to come to the call with any deals that you’re working on right now, so Ellis and I and others on the call can help you brainstorm and figure out how to work things to your best advantage.