Fusion Notes Podcast:  Increased Note & Real Estate inventory coming in 2022

Is the next wave of foreclosures coming in 2022? Dan Deppen welcomes Franco Barile, a Primary Foreclosure Attorney and the Co-Founder of Sottile & Barile. Franco talks with Dan about how COVID has brought several moratoriums on evictions and foreclosures. Plus, the moratoriums expiring in January of next year could lead to the next wave of foreclosures. Join in the conversation as Franco shares amazing insights on how difficulty in hiring employees could lead institutions to sell more of their non-performing loans because they don’t have the resources to handle them. If you want to get an update on the current state of the market, you wouldn’t want to miss this episode. Tune in!

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/watch-out-for-the-next-wave-of-foreclosures-coming/id1480182717?i=1000541226462

Staying Compliant with Dodd-Frank | Featuring Max Bailey from CallTheUnderwriter.com

We are very honored to have a guest speaker from https://calltheunderwriter.com/ Max Bailey! Max is a licensed residential mortgage originator and verifies the ATR requirements on all of our seller finance deals. He will show you how to stay compliant with Dodd-Frank regulations as well as provide tips to get your buyer Dodd-Frank qualified to increase your success rate! Visit https://cassidyinvestments.com/ for more information on Notes and Seller Financing Or if you have questions please feel free to email us at info@cassidyinvestments.com

How To Save Yourself From Headaches During The Seller Finance Process With Max Bailey

Seller finance may seem like the bottom of the mortgage loan sieve, but it is also a sieve in its own right. To save yourself from a lot of headaches, you need to be clear upfront about whether your borrowers will qualify for a Dodd-Frank compliant loan or not. Pre-screening your borrowers can save you a lot of time in this process. Listen in as Dan Deppen brings in Max Bailey from Call the Underwriter to share some of his tips about this on the podcast. Max also talks a bit about loan origination.