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Nov 27, 2019

GUEST BLOG: Profits from Paper

You may have heard about "notes" before and it sounds great, but how does it actually work? How do you actually make money from buying mortgages? In this video, I go over some real-life examples and case studies showing different scenarios and exit strategies using Self-Directed IRAs on how to profit from paper. 

https://canadiannoteguy.sharefile.com/share/view/s00a04f7fce545e3a

Meet Nathan Turner
 
Nathan Turner is known in the note world as "the Canadian Note Guy." With a degree in Business Management, Nathan had owned his own businesses and been a franchisee before he discovered that real estate is in his blood. He got a taste for real estate investing in Canada starting in 2006 but shifted to US real estate two years later. He started in the states by creating loans and eventually evolved into buying non-performing notes with the intention of taking back the house in order to seller finance. Having had the experience of working in key partnerships, Nathan then branched out on his own. He started to build a portfolio in the spring of 2015 and over the last few years has transacted over 100 deals. Nathan is well known in the note community and has spoken at various conferences.
 

 

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