Options are the most under-used real estate strategy mostly because they are not understood and there is very little training about real estate Options except here at CashFlowDepot. An Option can allow you to make big profits without the risks associated with ownership of real estate. An Option can be as simple as a […]
Listen to the replay of the Coaching Call from April 27th to learn about the ultimate low-risk and low-down real estate technique — an Option! During this call, you’ll learn: ♦ What is an Option ♦ Why are Options less risky than other real estate techniques ♦ How to find Option opportunities ♦ How to […]
An Option is very much like a listing agreement that a real estate agent uses. You control the property with a piece of paper. The big difference with an Option is that you'll almost always make a much bigger profit with an Option. Plus you don't need a license to use Options. Just like a listing agreement, if you get an option but are unable to find a buyer for the property, you are under no obligation to buy or close .. if your paperwork is done correctly.
Everything has a price. When we seek to avoid leverage without risky debt, won't we have to give up something in return? When we want to capture property appreciation without actually owning it, how can we also control its use and upkeep? When we don't hold title to property, won't we lose our tax benefits? Read on pilgrim. You're going to like this ...
Options are an excellent way to obtain zero rate financing because they control an asset without any payment or interest other than the amount paid for the Option. It's sometimes possible to get an Option without any payment at all. Aren't listings, contingent contracts and non-recourse loans a form of Option, since the buyer can walk away without liability?
Arbitrage is defined as is the practice of taking advantage of a price difference between two or more markets: striking a combination of matching deals that capitalize upon the imbalance, the profit being the difference between the market prices. Arbitrage is he simultaneous purchase and sale of an asset in order to profit from a difference in the price.
A long time ago in a land far away, I was struggling to get into real estate. I didn't have enough money of my own to buy any of the good deals that came my way, and having been raised in the great depression, I was scared of personal debt. Nor could I find any “investors” who would make their capital available to me to buy houses with. I was stumped, going nowhere fast. Then I discovered Options. Read about how Options made it possible to retire 5 years later at the ripe old age of 45.
When there is plenty of loan money around, those who build houses, or who buy them to fix up for resale simply sell them to people who can get financing for them, and pay tax on the cash received. On the other hand, when both acquisition and take-out financing dries up, about the only way to stay in business is with private financing from investors, hard money loans, or creative financing. All of these dry up profits and increase risk to the person trying to make money as a dealer. There's a BETTER WAY....
Learn how one creative investor lease optioned a mobile home park with NO MONEY DOWN, generated $500,000 a year in cash flow, then sold the park for a $4,000,000 profit. You could do this too....
Learn how to protect your lease and your option consideration. The more control YOU have over the underlying loan payments the better. And learn how to find the two types of homeowners who are most likely to say YES to your lease option offer.