Real estate note investing allows me the freedom to move to Paris for three months if I wish because all I need for work is a laptop. -Richard Thornton
Richard Thornton has been in real estate investing for over 30 years. He started in mortgage banking for large commercial properties. As the boutique companies like his started being bought up by big banks, Richard sold his company with an $8B portfolio. He then moved into investing in senior living projects. Due to the changing landscape, and REITs grabbing everything they could, Richard started looking at note investing. Four years later, he is the Managing Partner of American Note Capital and more than happy with his decision. He enjoys that he is helping people that otherwise wouldn’t qualify for a loan.
Note investing can be a bit tricky, but not when Richard discusses it! By the end of today’s episode, you will be armed with all you need to start your own journey into real estate note investing. We also discuss the importance of being recession-proof, creative financing, partial notes, and how to prepare to avoid future defaults.
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