Category: Events

Revolve Capital Group is proud to be a Gold Sponsor of the Virtual Note Expo 2020.

“Come experience a rich, interactive learning environment, network with a group of creative, active fellow investors, and walk away with new strategies that will show you how to create generational wealth for your family and passive income streams for your current and future needs.

You will join us and hundred of investors seeking…

  • To capitalize on the boom in distressed assets
  • Higher potential yield on their capital
  • Greater security, less risk
  • Less risk
  • Additional passive income streams
  • And above all, vital connections to a community of like-minded, successful entrepreneurs & investors.”

Do not miss the interview between Chaz Guinn and the Note Expo. We look forward to seeing you at the event.

Revolve Capital Group is proud to be Title Sponsor of the Virtual Diversified Mortgage Expo 2020.

“The Diversified Mortgage Expo (DME) brings together note buyers, note sellers, passive investors, vendors and industry experts for a no pitching allowed event. The note industry is rapidly changing, making it more important than ever to stay informed and connected in the note space.

The 2020 DME will be an incredible virtual event. Partnering with Cvent allows us to deliver expert presentations, unique networking opportunities, breakout sessions, special downloadable content, and interactive competitions through our custom DME app. We promise this will be a virtual event unlike anything you’ve experienced before.”

Access the event from your desktop or mobile device.  The platform will allow you to create an event agenda, schedule 1-on-1 appointments with attendees and speakers, navigate the DME virtual lobby, and more.

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

Note: Adjust your time zone for accurate event scheduling. 

To purchase your ticket, CLICK HERE and enter code I-AM-IN for discounted $97 ticket price.

Event Highlights – Day 01, Friday, October 16th

10:45am EST

Welcome to DME 2.0

1:45pm EST Avoiding the Orange Jumpsuit: Get Your Lincenses & Procedures in Order

   Speakers: Daniel Singer, Erin Quinn, Franco Barille

2:45pm EST – Scaling Your Portfolio 

   Speakers: Chaz Guinn, Dave Van Horn, Ron McMahan

5:45pm EST – The Great Treasure Hunt: Finding New Note Sellers 

   Speakers: Chaz Guinn

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.”

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

In 2019, economists predicted a strong 2020 housing market. Shortly after the start of the new year the coronavirus outbreak quickly spread across the globe.

The current statistics show America has been hit the hardest with the highest case rate and highest death rate. 90% of our nation is required to “stay-at-home” or “shelter-in-place”, which has left 22 million Americans out of work and filing for unemployment. Where has this left our housing market, and what are the numbers saying?

The NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index, a monthly survey where respondents “rate market conditions for the sale of new homes at the present time and in the next six months as well as the traffic of prospective buyers of new homes”, ( saw a decline in the single-family real estate market health.

To date, this is the largest monthly percentage drop in the history of the index, which began in 1985,  according to Barrons.

The decline started towards the end of March and have continued as we see home loan applications significantly decrease. These markers indicate builder confidence and are impacted exclusively by the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak.

A new Fannie Mae report claims home purchases are expect to fall 15% 

However, it is important to note that Fannie Mae also predicts the median home price to actually slightly raise (instead of drop) this year from $272,000 in 2019 to $275,000 in 2020.

The outcome of the pandemic is still uncertain, but experts at both Fannie Mae and JP Morgan have been predicting a short recession following by a strong economy however it is still too early to give a true economic forecast.

There is no denying our nation (and other nations globally) are wondering what type of economic fallout might be produced from the coronavirus. With growing uncertainty surrounding the months following the coronavirus “stay at home” orders, the future economic forecast predictions can be unsettling. However, JP Morgan strategists seem hopeful.

“Governments are acting with extreme measures to contain the virus, and that is broadening the disruption with an unprecedented downturn in economic activity. The key outlook issue now is gauging the depth and the duration of the 2020 recession,” said Bruce Kasman, Chief Economist for J.P. Morgan. (JP

Assuming the quarantine restrictions will last only until mid-year, the economic downfall will be short-lived which historically allows a greater outcome for fast economic recovery. Typically recessions are measured by either U-shaped or V-shaped. U-shaped recessions tend to take longer to recover with a less clearly defined low-point. A V-shaped recession occurs when the economy suffers a temporary but intense dip, and typically quickly and strongly recover.

“An “always hoped-for” V-shaped recovery could be on the way and bring economies roaring back from their coronavirus-inflicted slumps, JP Morgan strategists stated” (Business Insider).

At the moment it is too early to determine what the end economic result of COVID-19 will produce, but once the threat is contained we can get a better understanding of how quickly our economy can recover from the 2020 recession.