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Warning - Risks of Loan Called Due When Investing in Real Estate

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Warning - Risks of Loan Called Due When Investing in Real Estate

Investing in real estate adds some risk to an already risk-filled life.

However, certain activities and strategies when investing in real estate create additional risks that other strategies and activities do not have.

For example, choosing to utilize strategies where the lender has the right to call a loan due—like many types of creative financing, using home equity lines of credit, and many commercial loans—adds the additional risk of possibly having loans on your properties called due and payable in full.

Add in the fact that these often coincide with the most extreme market conditions, and it can be a recipe for disaster for you as a real estate investor... a perfect storm of sorts... extreme market conditions where refinancing or selling can be near impossible or at least impractical, and the lender forcing you to do just that very thing at the same time.

In this mini-class, James will discuss the risk of loans being called due, what we can do about it, and how to mitigate or eliminate that risk completely.

In this class, James discusses:

  • A George S Patton quote about fear, risks and making decisions.
  • When are loans called due?
  • Balloons on mortgages
  • Breach of agreement on mortgages
  • Buying properties subject-to the existing financing, lease-options, and lease-purchases
  • Lender's option to terminate loan agreement
  • The perfect storm: extreme market conditions and lenders calling loans due
  • How to avoid having a loan called due
  • Options when a loan is called due
  • Plus much more...

Free Real Estate Deal Analysis Spreadsheet: Download a copy of the newest version of The World's Greatest Real Estate Deal Analysis Spreadsheet™ by going to:

https://RealEstateFinancialPlanner.com/spreadsheet

Improve Cash Flow: Book a consultation to improve cash flow using our proprietary 88 cash flow improving strategies.

Real Estate Agent & Lender Collaborators: Interested in collaborating with us on the Vancouver real estate investor podcast? Book a free consultation to discuss.

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Warning - Risks of Loan Called Due When Investing in Real Estate

Investing in real estate adds some risk to an already risk-filled life.

However, certain activities and strategies when investing in real estate create additional risks that other strategies and activities do not have.

For example, choosing to utilize strategies where the lender has the right to call a loan due—like many types of creative financing, using home equity lines of credit, and many commercial loans—adds the additional risk of possibly having loans on your properties called due and payable in full.

Add in the fact that these often coincide with the most extreme market conditions, and it can be a recipe for disaster for you as a real estate investor... a perfect storm of sorts... extreme market conditions where refinancing or selling can be near impossible or at least impractical, and the lender forcing you to do just that very thing at the same time.

In this mini-class, James will discuss the risk of loans being called due, what we can do about it, and how to mitigate or eliminate that risk completely.

In this class, James discusses:

  • A George S Patton quote about fear, risks and making decisions.
  • When are loans called due?
  • Balloons on mortgages
  • Breach of agreement on mortgages
  • Buying properties subject-to the existing financing, lease-options, and lease-purchases
  • Lender's option to terminate loan agreement
  • The perfect storm: extreme market conditions and lenders calling loans due
  • How to avoid having a loan called due
  • Options when a loan is called due
  • Plus much more...

Free Real Estate Deal Analysis Spreadsheet: Download a copy of the newest version of The World's Greatest Real Estate Deal Analysis Spreadsheet™ by going to:

https://RealEstateFinancialPlanner.com/spreadsheet

Improve Cash Flow: Book a consultation to improve cash flow using our proprietary 88 cash flow improving strategies.

Real Estate Agent & Lender Collaborators: Interested in collaborating with us on the Vancouver real estate investor podcast? Book a free consultation to discuss.

  continue reading

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