In this week's episode of the Crushing Debt Podcast, I review the major clauses of a standard Mortgage. I remember closing on my house(s) and reading the mortgage. Some sections I knew were boilerplate and some sections I slowed down to read. Also, in the course of representing homeowners buying their first home, I typically read the mortgage.
This week's podcast episode comes from a question from one of our listeners, Dave. Thanks Dave for a great question!
In this week's episode of The Crushing Debt Podcast, we talk to our friend and fellow attorney Scott Smith with Royal Legal Solutions, and host of the Real Estate Nerds podcast.
Scott and I discuss asset protection issues for real estate investors, but could be used by any business owner, entrepreneur, or solopreneur.
Specifically we talk about:
- Business owner protecting themselves from frivolous lawsuits.
- How a business owner can quickly implement asset protection.
- Top techniques for asset protection.
- Pros and cons of insurance protection.
- Series LLC protection.
Text "Royal" to 474747 to get Scott's Top 10 things you need to know about asset protection. Visit his website, www.RoyalLegalSolutions.com. Also subscribe to his show, Real Estate Nerds, available on all major podcast players.
On this week's episode of the Crushing Debt Podcast, I want to talk about real estate investing, specifically:
- Entity Structuring (LLC v. C-Corp v. S-Corp)
- Subject-to Transactions / Due on Sale violations
- Wrap-around Mortgages
- Using Florida Land Trusts
- Investing Podcasts I listen to regularly
- Investing in distressed properties
Please listen to the episode if you want to learn how to obtain a free copy of the Crushing Debt Book!
In this week's episode of The Crushing Debt Podcast, we interview our friend Scott Carson of We Close Notes. We first met Scott at Podfest 2018 and look forward to spending time with him again at Podfest 2019. We were also happy to be a guest on Scott's Show - The Note Closers show.
Scott buys and teaches others to buy non-performing debt at a discount, and then negotiates to help people stay in their homes (or leave with dignity and little to no liability).
Scott and I discuss what types of loans Scott buys (from big banks, from private investors, etc.), why bad debt may be good debt, old loan modifications that may turn into bad debt, and different types of loans.
To contact Scott, visit www.WeCloseNotes.com or email Scott at Scott@WeCloseNotes.com.