New York, NY (PRWEB) November 26, 2012
By Frank Jennings | The Wall Street Publication
Distressed debt experts Apollo Financial Group have announced a National Note Seminar to educate investors on the advantages of investing in mortgage notes and the strategies which have empowered others to become so successful at capitalizing on this emerging trend.
With a recovery underway and a lack of stellar returns to be found elsewhere, real estate remains the hottest and most fashionable investment out there. However, a massive surge in competition for REOs and foreclosure properties, with the entry of several major private equity funds into the market is leading many to search for a new strategy.
Investors across the country have begun complaining about difficulty in finding attractive spreads and returns at foreclosure auction and are increasingly encountering fierce bidding wars over bank owned REOs. While at the same time many are discovering that rolling up their sleeves to rehab properties isn’t for them, and neither do they have the stomach for frequently volatile real estate stocks.
This has created a new trend in investing in mortgage notes. Note investing has quickly begun to cultivate a lot of attention with many benefits for the average investor. Buying notes from banks provides individuals a secured instrument with all of the advantages of direct investment in real estate, without any of the hassles of dealing with tenants or daily property management. Some say it delivers far superior returns and more security and is a better fit for most desiring steady passive income or quick capital growth. As Senior Partner at Apollo Financial Group, Ricky Brava puts it “Debt investing is a whole different ball game that can be just as profitable with just a fraction of the headache”.
Unfortunately, as with any new trend or investment vehicle many rush in head first without really understanding what they are doing and cause themselves a lot of frustration and financial pain. This is no different with note buying and distressed debt investing and is exactly why Apollo Financial Group decided to put on the upcoming live event in Las Vegas.
The Note Seminar to be held at the Aria Resort & Casino in Las Vegas on December 2nd will be a joint presentation with Wall Street based Apollo’s lead consultants Dean Anastos and Ricky Brava.
This is certainly a well-timed event considering the recent news of increasing re-defaults on modified loans, the recent announcement of 40,000 loans the Federal Housing Administration plans to sell off in 2013 and the coming fiscal cliff. In fact those concerned about increased tax liabilities in the New Year may find distressed debt investing through a self-directed IRA the ideal solution for shielding their income.
For more information on the National Note Seminar in Las Vegas the details and more information about Apollo Financial Group can be found on the web at http://www.apollofinancialgrp.com .