As I sat there watching the AFC and NFC Championship football games yesterday, I wonder what it is like to be an NFL owner. A few times throughout the game, the TV broadcast will display the owner cheering his team on from the owner’s box at the stadium. Robert Kraft and Jerry Jones are some of the most popular NFL owners. Usually there is one primary owner that has all the responsibilities, does all the press conferences, and attends the NFL owners’ meetings. But, I am thinking about those teams that have minority share owners. These are the owners I would want to be. For example, Venus and Serena Williams are minority owners of the Miami Dolphins along with others. Rev. Kirbyjon Caldwell is a nationally known pastor in Houston, Texas. But he is also a minority owner of the Houston Texans. The reason why I would want to be like them instead of the primary owner is because they invested their money into the team, and in return they receive all the perks of being a “passive” owner. They get access to the team, great suite seats at all of the games and the joy of seeing their money grow as the team profits. But most importantly, they do not have to deal with all the headaches that of meetings, personnel decisions, press conferences, and etc….
Unfortunately, the opportunity to become one of these minority
owners is very scarce and requires a lot of capital investment. That is why I love partnering with others in real estate. You can be a primary owner of a piece of real estate. Or I can choose to be a passive owner and partner with someone else to execute the deal with my investment. With investments as low as $25,000 and as high as Millions of dollars, there are real estate deals out there to invest your money into and watch it grow and return with 10, 12, 15, even 20+ percent ROI.
We acquire distressed mortgage notes through our direct partnerships with banks, hedge funds, servicing companies, and other lending institutions. By acquiring these notes directly from our partners, it opens the opportunity to purchase distressed notes at a favorable discounted rate which will allow us to benefit from multiple investment strategies. Although, we primarily focus on acquiring non-performing 1st mortgage liens on residential properties across the United States. We do not acquire the properties in order to rehab and sell, but to “Rehab the Mortgage Note”. Through this business model, we are able to accomplish our 3 primary goals:
Acquire non-performing mortgages from our bank institution partners that are mutually beneficial transactions
Work with our valued borrowers to keep their home and get the note back performing
Create investment opportunities for our Joint Venture Partners that yields above average ROI