Showing posts with label Net Lease Lease Investments. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Net Lease Lease Investments. Show all posts

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Neighborhood Retail Centers For Sale in Las Vegas!

Now, most people have been to or even frequent a local convenience store that usually sits on a high traffic corner of an intersection.

Most of you don't even give these locations a second thought.  You pull into the "gas station" (the Gas Pump) pay for the gas you need and begin refueling.

Now, sometimes, these location also have other shops and stores that line up along with the convenience store.

Sometimes, these convenience stores are stand alone properties -- notably a 7-Eleven, or an ARCO.  You get the drift.
Most, however, will have other stores lined up along side the Convenience store.

Then, again, they might just NOT have the convenience store anchor.  Which is okay, too!

Now, last week, I noticed a marketing brochure in my Inbox from another broker asking for help to find a buyer for a 'Strip Center' he has listed.

Anyway, I have a client looking for such a property and forward the information to them.

What got me thinking is this property -- though leased up only +/-75% would be a good buy for someone looking for a passive income. (Even with the less than stellar occupancy, this property still nets $204,000 per year.)

So, I decided to send it out to other investors to see if they would have any interest.

To my surprise, there is interest.

Which got me thinking: If these investors find this property of interest, why not you?

True, it is NOT sexy.  It's NOT a casino; or a Resort.  It's not something to brag about.

But, it is INCOME.

And, the last time I checked, everyone needs income -- no matter what your tax bracket is.

So,...if interested in acquiring a property that provides income,,,

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Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Real Estate Mortgage Payoff - Part II

About a week ago, I posted that I wanted to pay-off my equity line turned second mortgage.
And, I want to do it by negotiating a smaller payoff deal.  Since Shellpoint Mortgage acquired my loan at a discount, I wanted to share in that discount.

They originally sent me a full pay off timetable.  But, since they seem to NOT understand what I am asking, I made a counter offer.  Since, they have not responded.

Anyway, I had to emailed them through their website since their telemarketers are NOT knowledgeable about the loan business; and they truly have no authority when it comes to real mortgage questions.

Anyway, my counter was met with the response that their Loan Services Personnel are NOT allowed to contact debtors directly.

Say, what?!

All I want to do is to write a check -- or set up a wire transfer -- for a final payment that we can negotiate fairly.  I know that there is an acceptable amount to both parties other than the full loan amount that I owe.

I think it's only fair since they acquired my loan at a discount -- most likely 25% of the loan amount owed.

How do I know I can do this?

Well, you see -- most of my clients are in the real estate investment business.  They acquire a lot of their property from said lenders who have "bad loans." My clients buy these loans and then foreclose on the property.  And, they buy these loans at a discount.

And, since late 2008, this has been happening all over the US.

Anyway, I saw this article about home owners equity and how people are NOT taking equity out of their homes (smart) and thought it interesting.  (It's been ten years since I did that and now wish I hadn't.)

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/07/12/owners-could-pull-another-260-billion-out-of-their-homes--heres-why-they-arent.html

Hopefully, Shellpoint will get their heads out of their derrieres and give me a call.

Please enjoy!


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