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Looking At Life Settlements

by  Jerry Claiborne A “Life Settlement” is the sale of a life insurance policy giving the policy owner a cash settlement or immediate lump sum cash payment in excess of the current cash surrender value. Consumers have long viewed life insurance as a means of receiving...

How To Buy Your 2nd Home With No Money

© 2000 By Eddie Lee This article is meant to make you think about the possibilities of using your own home to buy more properties. The lesson is that understanding financing and taxes can be very lucrative. Most people cannot afford to buy an investment house because...

Buy-Wrap-Sell

© 1999 Jon Richards, Publisher, NoteWorthy newsletter We will discuss a method of making a profit buying and selling VA, FHA foreclosed homes and other homes bought with assumable financing. The method is called "Buy-Wrap-Sell." It is a relatively safe, relatively...

Brush Up On Your Stock Skills

(c) 2000 by Ash Gujral Growth stocks are coming back, offering opportunities for the stock investor who gobbles up leading stocks as they emerge from decent price ranges. Now is the time to go over the fundamentals of how to buy stocks when the market is moving...

A Life Insurance Option

HOW A POLICY MIGHT BE SOLD FOR CASH Here is a hypothetical example of how a life settlement might work. John is a seventy-year old who owns a $350,000 life insurance policy. Like everyone else who purchases life insurance, John had a good reason for taking out his...

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New Home Supply Falls To 16-Year Low

After posting an all-time low in February, New Home Sales rebounded strongly last month. Based on joint research from the Census Bureau and HUD, 300,000 new, single-family homes were sold on a seasonally-adjusted, annualized basis in March. It’s an 11 percent...

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Clever People

There are more ways to make money with cash flows than Clinton has lawsuits. The obvious profits centers in alternative cash flows are lotteries, structured insurance settlements, sports contracts, mobile home and car paper. But you should keep your eyes open for any...

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Phone Numbers You Should Have

PHONE NUMBERS EVERY NOTE BROKER SHOULD HAVE APPRAISALS: LSI 700 Cherrington Pkwy, Coraopolis, PA 15108, (412) 299-4000 or (800)-574-8258. They will do "drive by appraisals" all over the U.S. Their appraisals are accepted by most institutional investors. APPRAISALS: US...

Licensing Note Brokers in California

By: John Beck, California Attorney at Law This article answers some of the questions about licensing note brokers in California . It indicates the gray areas that are common in a new industry. Many of the issues have not yet been litigated; so the law is simply not...

ABOUT EXPENSIVE SEMINARS

NoteWorthy and the author do not give hotel seminars nor over-sell the discounted note business. This article is written as satire. I think I've finally figured it out. Instead of charging only $695 for our discounted note classes, I'm going to charge $5,995! Here's...