Finding a solution to any dire situation? Real estate has a way of making money out of others' inefficiencies.
Think of it as a win-win for investors and defaulting parties. You provide the lifeline for them while you earn helping them.
How does that play out? Let's listen to this episode and learn a ton of insights.
Bill Bymel is the founder of RSI Asset Management, a Florida-based advisor to private equity funds investing in real assets. He is also a certified property management executive and Managing Director at Spurs Capital, an investment manager that specializes in distressed investments. His talents are widely acknowledged in the industry.
In this episode, Bill shares how real estate makes his life exciting, making a lot of money from helping people in distressed situations.
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What you will learn from this episode for 18 minutes:
01:18 - Describing the business he revolves around
02:03 - Performing notes versus non-performing notes and how you earn from them
03:35 - How is it a 'predatory' at the same time a 'good guy' kind of business
06:00 - Looking at how buying non-performing notes operate and what percentage do they collect and foreclose on
09:19 - Bill's win-win strategy for his business and the defaulting borrower
13:56 - What that looks like reselling the original non-performing notes to another investor
15:12 - Seeing an opportunity for average investors to be involved in buying performing and non-performing notes
"One of the things that set us apart from the very beginning was when other lenders were calling, collecting payments, we were calling asking borrowers, 'How would you like to see this resolved?' And it became a paradigm for helping people create win-win strategies to resolve this." - Bill Bymel
"Being in the position that I'm at dealing with people in a distressed situation and providing a lifeline to that is one of the most rewarding ways to live a life and make a lot of money." - Bill Bymel
"When I look at the history of my last ten years, and having done this to the tune of close to a billion dollars of invested dollars in the space, the best returns are keeping people in their home: buying something, getting a payment going, and then re-performing it." - Bill Bymel
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