Here’s my Realtor ad - Posted by John Behle
Posted by John Behle on October 20, 1998 at 01:58:38:
The ad loses it’s formatting when dropped in here. It’s an attractive one page ad I fax out to all brokerages.
Investor Buyer - Needs property
We are looking for a few good - or bad - properties. Our group of private investors work with foreclosures (before foreclosure at the sale, or after - with the bank), re-hab properties or good rentals. We have cash, institutional financing, private financing and buyers for seller financing. If you have a property that needs work, an anxious seller or a financing challenge, call us.
We also have reasonable lenders that may be able to help your clients out of foreclosure. This can be accomplished through a loan against the property and may include debt consolidation. In some cases, we buy the delinquent loan from the lender and then re-negotiate the terms to help your client keep the property. If your client wants to move on, we can also purchase their property outright and even sell or lease it back to them.
If you have a property or client - or know of one, please give us a call. All commissions will be honored and we will work with a buyer’s agent on un-listed properties.
Representative for buyer is a licensed real estate broker working on his own behalf and for selected clients. With over 20 years of real estate investment experience in Utah and California, we can put together workable transactions in some of the most un-workable situations you may have ever seen.
Example One: Property going to sale in 2 hours. We bought the second and third loans and re-instated the first seconds before the sale. Re-sold the property to the tenant and made a truly win-win transaction.
Example Two: Property in foreclosure on second. We placed a private 5th trust deed loan on the property to bring it out of foreclosure. We re-financed the second and all of the liens to bring everything totally current. Cleaned up the owner’s credit and then re-financed them with an attractive new first loan.
Example Three: Lease Option Saved. The buyer had leased a property for a year and owed $240,000 on a property now valued at $300,000+. Buyer had no down payment, blemished credit and almost no verifiable income (yet $750K in trusts and overseas accounts). We placed a new first on the property and financed a property owned by one of the trusts in another state for the balance of the down payment and an extra $20,000 for the buyer to begin a new business.
We can’t do miracles, but some buyers, sellers, agents and banks think we do. Call John with your properties or financing challenges at (801) 374-NOTE or (801) 583-NOTE.