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MARKET UPDATE: We are making some changes to our company, and it’s going to be big.

Our team is working diligently to bring you a new and improved platform to request documents, view portfolio details, easily submit your buyer application/NDA, and much more.

We are designing the new layout with you, the client, in mind which will include improved functionality and a more inviting appearance.

This weekend you may experience temporary delays when viewing our current website as we implement the new changes. Be on the lookout for what is to come. We strive to continue bringing you a smooth note purchasing experience you can depend on.

Thank you for being the greatest part of Rev Cap. 

On Wednesday, President Trump announced his administration will be suspending all FHA supported home-loan foreclosures and evictions until the end of April due to the coronavirus outbreak.

“The Department of Housing and Urban Development is providing immediate relief to renters and homeowners by suspending all foreclosures and evictions until the end of April,” Trump said. “So, we’re working very closely with Dr. Ben Carson and everybody from HUD.”

Homeowners with loans backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (which make up about 1/2 of the countries mortgages) will be granted foreclosure relief.

“Today’s actions will allow households who have an FHA-insured mortgage to meet the challenges of COVID-19 without fear of losing their homes, and help steady market concerns,” Secretary Ben Carson said in the statement, adding the move “will provide homeowners with some peace of mind during these trying times.”

Additional efforts to boost the economy have been made, such as the GOP senators working towards a stimulus plan. The stimulus package, which could possibly be $1 trillion, should be larger than the 2008 bank bailout (totaling $787 billion). 

It is still unsure to what degree the coronavirus will impact the housing economy, but in the meantime, you can prepare yourself and your investments, by diversifying your portfolio to industries that can withstand economic downturns.

13th Annual NoteWorthy Investor Summit

Revolve Capital Group is proud to be Title Sponsor of the Noteworthy Investor Summit 2020.

“Regardless of which state you traveled in from, we’ve all come for the exact same reason – to grow our passive income. Over the course of the next three days, you’ll definitely LEARN how to do just that.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re a rookie looking to complete your first deal, or a seasoned note investor looking to take your portfolio to the next level, you’ll learn lots of valuable information that will ultimately lead you to SUCCEED and profit…passive profits.

But here’s the most important part of the formula…you have to CONNECT.

Walt Disney said it best, “The way to get started, is to quit talking and begin doing.”

That’s what the Summit is all about. We’re not going to wait until we get home on Monday to get started or take that next step. We’re going to CONNECT today! We’re going to make some key connections and meet the right people…and see results while we’re here. Whether you’re brokering, buying, creating or selling notes, you’re in the right place. The Place for Passive Income.

Summit attendees will learn information surrounding how to make their portfolios profitable; including, learning the 5 profit pillars of note investing.

Chaz Guinn and Jason Kurtz of Revolve Capital Group will be speaking at the event.

Event Highlights – Day 01, Thursday February 27th

7:30 am 

Registration & Breakfast

2:30 pm 

Chaz Guinn and Jason Kurtz will be discussing Portfolio Management & Disposition of RPLs/NPLs

Chaz Guinn  – “Chaz Guinn is the President and Managing Director of Revolve Capital Group “Revolve”. Chaz, specializes in 1st lien NPL/RPL whole loan trading, and has built a track record of structuring, negotiating, and executing some of the largest trades in the lower-valued market segment.

Over the past decade, Chaz established whole loan trading desks for two large private equity firms in the U.S. that managed well over a billion dollars in delinquent loans. Chaz has been focused on building lasting relationships with Wall Street, Investment Banks, GSE’s, large real estate funds, qualified national vendors and servicers to allow Revolve Capital Group to become a household name.

Chaz and his partners decided to form Revolve Capital Group, whose primary objective is to be a market leader in the lower-valued asset-class and provide solutions to both the banking sector, distressed homeowners, private investors, and local communities that have been affected by the financial downturn in the housing market. Our focus is centered on loans secured by properties with market values of less than $150,000.

Chaz is positioning Revolve to be one of the largest private real estate groups acquiring non-performing/re-performing debt. Combining his education in Finance and Economics with the practical management of supply and demand, Revolve made a conscious strategy to allow other private investors, real estate funds, family offices, and non-profit organizations to participate in this recovery as well.”

Jason Kurtz – “After receiving his degree in Real Estate Finance from San Diego State University in 1996, Jason started his career in investment real estate. Between 1996-2010, Jason purchased thousands of multi-family units across the country. He started in acquisitions for a privately-owned Apartment syndication group located in Irvine, CA who had over a billion dollars under management. Jason purchased over Five thousand multi-family units for this firm. His roles and responsibilities included deal origination, due diligence, acquisitions, market research, Debt and equity procurement, underwriting and investor relations. In 2004, Jason became the Director of Acquisitions for the Bethany Group. From 2004-2010, Jason would be responsible for the acquisition of twenty-two thousand apartments. Jason developed relationships with large REITS in over 15 state across rust belt and lead the acquisition of 67 different buildings. His roles would include raising over 400m in equity, procuring over 1.6 billion in First Trust deed financing and structuring and negotiating 450 million in Mezzanine Financing. Mr. Kurtz has experience in many different facets of real estate, including Hospitality, both in hotel acquisitions and franchise development, Fix and Flips, Rentals, Non-Performing and Re-Performing mortgages. Over the last ten years, Jason has spent significant time in loss mitigation, servicing, analytics, acquisitions, dispositions and trading of Non performing notes. Currently, Jason has been involved in over $350M in note acquisitions. Jason has spent over 23 years in the investment real estate arena. This experience and track record continue to play a key role in the growth and success of Revolve Capital Group.

We look forward to meeting and connecting to you at the event.

February 21, 2020 by neoncreative

It can be bittersweet…  you and your family are grieving your Grandfather or Aunt, and you find out they kindly left you with an inheritance. We see it in movies time and time again, someone is the heir to their relatives will and it feels sort of like they won the lottery. If you are considering spending your new large sum of cash on luxurious items like boats, cars and expensive vacations you should re-evaluate your decisions. Focus your finances in places that will give you returns down the road. We have provided 3 smart strategies to grow your inheritance, so you can make decisions that will positively impact you and your family in the future.

1. Talk to a professional

The most important step is talking to a professional. You do not want to invest into something you are not educated about. By talking to someone in a specific industry you can have all your questions answered to ensure you make less mistakes. If you are seeking a professional and not sure where to begin, we have team members that can give you ideas on successful investment strategies. Contact us here for more information.

2. Learn ways to diversify your portfolio

Step 01. Build a portfolio:

Investing your money is the only sure way you can let it grow. You can invest into IRA’s, stocks, bonds… which are all popular ways of investing. However, it would be most beneficial to invest in an industry with a proven higher ROI. Did you know investing into notes has 20-40% ROI? 

Step 02. Diversify your portfolio:

Once you have a portfolio built up, you should strongly consider diversifying your portfolio. During 2008, many traditional real estate investors were devistated when the housing bubble popped. Around this same time, the note industry actually had one of its most profitable years yet. Consider investing into asset classes that rock through recessions.

3. Choose long-term goals

During the past 20 years, REITS have outperformed all other asset classes (like oil, stocks and bonds, gold, etc.) by offering the largest ROI. What does this mean for you? 1. REIT’s are consistent, 2. REIT’s are a great long-term play.

Another way to invest in long term plays would be investing into re-performing notes. When you purchase a note, you are purchasing the debt to a home and you now become the bank. With a re-performing note the homeowner is paying you their monthly mortgage payment for the duration of the loan… sometimes for 10, 20, or even 30+ years. Every month you would receive passive income with minimal effort on your part.

While it can be tempting to spend your new inheritance on items that are more luxurious, it is much more beneficial to you and your family to create opportunities that will set you up for a more successful future.

To receive the largest ROI, we tell our customers time and time again that you need to get out of your comfort zone and start investing outside of your own backyard. For example, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac sold $22.2 billion in Non Peforming Notes during the first half of 2019. Nearly half of these loans were located in New Jersey, New York, and Florida. If you live in any of the other 47 states right now there is ample opportunity for investing nationally.

But, what is the secret to managing nation real estate investments? How does an investor manage their assets while sitting at their home enjoying their morning coffee?

We have the essential guide to managing national real estate investment:

1. Educate yourself on the area: Do your research and find local realtors. Nobody will know an area better than the professionals who are constantly learning home prices and fluctuations in a local economy. By speaking with a professional you can get a good understanding of the investments, local prices/comps, local economic situations, etc.

2. Find local service providers: To carry on the actual management of your investment properties, you will need to find reliable contractors. Electricians, plumbers, or even painters and HVAC contractors are essential in maintaining the upkeep of a home ensuring you keep your home value as high as possible. One of the benefits our customers receive when they purchase real estate investment properties with us is a list of servicing companies who work nationally, so you can contact one company to handle all your property management needs.

3. Automate financial collection efforts: If you are the owner of a re-performing distressed note, it will be beneficial to automate your monthly mortgage collection efforts. A note servicer plays a very important role in managing your assets. By hiring a note servicing company you can delegate the time-consuming tasks to them…. such as debt collection, loan modifications, foreclosure proceedings, etc. They worry about the heavy lifting, and you can worry about more important tasks. We have list of servicers who can handle any financial collection efforts at your direction.

Managing out of state investments does not have to be daunting or unattainable. Setting up a network of reliable resources will help your investments run on autopilot, ensuring your real estate investment properties are well managed.