Investing in Notes
“We are committed to providing you with above average ROI (Return on Investment) and the best possible service. We handle every Note transaction as if it were our own”

INVESTING IN NOTES

What if a property could be purchased for 20% to 50% of its value? There might be pretty good potential for profit wouldn’t you agree?

Investing in Notes allows you to tap into this massive and highly profitable segment of the real estate industry. Using our expertise and management, we buy notes at steep discounts and are able to generate above average returns.


WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF NOTES

 

  • PERFORMING NOTES (PF) – These are notes that the borrower has been making consistent payments for at least 12 months.
  • SEMI PERFORMING NOTES (SPF) – The borrower has been inconsistent in their payments and has not made all their payments timely during the last 12 months. Skips payments and sometimes makes additional payments to catch up.
  • NON-PERFORMING NOTES (NPF) – In the case of Non-performers, the borrower has stopped paying and not made any payments in the last 120 days or more.
  • PARTIAL NOTES (PARTIALS) – This is the purchase of a part of a note. A person buys a specific number of outstanding future payments on a performing note.

WHICH NOTES ARE BETTER TO INVEST IN

That depends on your answers to these questions.

  1. What are your investment objectives?
  2. What is your risk tolerance?
  3. What are your liquidity requirements?

HOW TO GET STARTED

To get started today simply complete our Investor Profile form so we can better understand your investment preferences and objectives. You can fill out our online form by clicking this link.

 Apply to Invest

LEVERAGED GROWTH. PROTECTION AGAINST INFLATION AND MARKET VOLATILITY

Up and down stock market, measly savings returns, where do you put your IRA funds to get a great rate of return without the downside risks? Notes secured by real property may be your answer. We’ve worked with many major self-directed IRA trust companies to help our investors unlock the potential of notes for their IRA accounts and we can help you too.

Contact us to find out more info on how you can use your IRA funds to invest in notes.


HOW TO GET STARTED

To learn more simply complete our Investor Profile form so we can better understand your investment preferences and objectives. Once you have completed the form we can discuss your objectives and what type of notes are the best fit for you. You can fill out our online form by clicking this link.

 Apply to Invest

LEVERAGING YOUR INVESTMENT FUNDS

WHY INVEST IN A NOTE?

Investing with us allows you to put your funds to work and we will manage the note for you while you receive above-average returns and receive interim payments on a quarterly or semi-annual basis.  The great thing is that your investment is secured by real estate valued at more than your investment.

The Flying Moose LLC has a number of ways to help you with your note investing.

1) Non-performing Notes a 50/50 JV option

  • The Flying Moose finds and negotiates the purchase of the note and handles all the management of the purchase and work out with the servicers. The investor funds the purchase price of the note and the estimated third-party expenses to work out the note. Once the note is either reperforming and sold or the property is foreclosed on and sold the investor receives all their investment, any unused expenses, and the profit is shared 50/50 between the investor and The Flying Moose. The investor’s investment is Secured by property first trust deeds in the investor or investor’s entity’s names. It usually takes 12-24 months to work out and exit a Non-performing Note. We limit each note to only one investor.

 

2) Performing Notes – Several Options

  • The Investor can make a fixed-rate loan that is secured by the note and at the end of the loan period, the principal funds are returned to the investor. The Investor funds the purchase of the note and pays the Flying Moose a one-time management fee and receives all the payments from the note and when it is sold there is a 50/50 split on any profit from the sale. The investor funds the note and then receives an agreed split of the monthly payments and all principal and profits from the sale of the note. In all cases, the note is secured by recorded property first trust deeds in the investor or investor entity’s names.

RETURN ON INVESTMENT EXPECTATIONS

History has shown the annualized ROI on Non-Performing notes has ranged from 15% to 50% on average. The deciding factors on the ROI are generally how long it takes to get the note to generate cash, whether the note is sold as performing or is kept for long term cash flow, or if the property is foreclosed on and whether it’s sold wholesale or retail. We believe a conservative estimate of 20% annualized ROI puts expectations in the right place and allows for proper planning, but higher ROI’s are very likely.

Performing Notes have less risk and their ROI’s tend to be lower due to less risk. Historically the returns range from 8% to 25% depending on the payment history. An annualized yield of 8-10% is a realistic expectation and allows for proper planning, with higher returns possible.

INVESTMENT FUNDING OPTIONS

Personal cash, investments through LLC, LP or Trust, foreign investment through Regulation “S” offering, and investments through self-directed IRA’s are all acceptable.


HOW TO GET STARTED

To learn more simply complete our Investor Profile form so we can better understand your investment preferences and objectives. Once you have completed the form we can discuss your objectives and what type of notes are the best fit for you. You can fill out our online form by clicking this link.

 Apply to Invest

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