NoteSchool(TM) Incorporates Toxic Assets Training into Two-Day Intro to Seller Financing, Heightening Awareness of Potential Markets for the Notes Professional

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As banks' toxic assets become available, NoteSchool(TM) incorporates relevant training into its two-day introductory course, showing investors how to tread wisely in a tentative market.

NoteSchool(TM), http://www.noteschool.com, the first choice in training among creative finance professionals, offers a complete introductory class for new seller financers. Topics covered in the class include not only how to create and broker owner financed notes, but also how to find notes to purchase, and how to market one's services as a notes professional. Now for the first time, this class will also include an overview on the current "legacy assets," as they are now being called, and provide insight into their profitability.

In the coming months, under the U.S. Public-Private Investment Plan, banks will begin to unload huge volumes of toxic assets, flooding the market with opportunities for private investors to benefit from reduced priced assets, with the security of government backing. By infusing these liabilities with both private and Federal government funds, real prices will once again be established, banks will begin to extend credit, and investors will achieve sure gains at heavy discounts.

NoteSchool founder and educator Eddie Speed states, "While the subject of seller financing encompasses the heart of the two-day class, no intro class would be complete without touching on the subject of these current toxic notes."

While toxic assets are already coming on the market now, many savvy private investors will see unprecedented opportunities to profit from them as early as this summer. Having the vocabulary to discuss this topic is crucial to the note professional because their customers and fellow investors will invariably benefit from the advantages of up-to-the-minute knowledge.

The flow of Federal revenue in the form of bailouts of banks and other traditional lenders means that the opportunities available to the knowledgeable investor are significantly greater than at any time since the late 80's, when many Credit Unions closed under similar conditions.

Offering online and classroom training and mentoring in real estate seller financing and note brokering, NoteSchool (http://www.noteschool.com) programs follow market trends and provide over thirty years experience over a range of market conditions to educate professionals at all levels of expertise. For entry-level students, a timely overview of creative financing must include a discussion of the current credit crisis.

The next scheduled Two-Day Intro to Seller Financing is April 25th and 26th in Dallas, Texas. For more information, interested students may visit http://www.noteschool.com/2DayIntroClass.html or contact the class coordinator Duane Gibbs at 1-888-847-9353, or duane (at) noteschool (dot) com.

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