Whether a long-term or short-term investor, what’s your exit strategy? 🚶
An exit strategy means concluding your investment.
For example, if you are in a fix and flip situation, you have a singular exit strategy. 1️⃣
You’ve put a hard money loan in place, and that hard money loan is short-term.
It’s probably expensive, but it allows you to fix that broken property.
The exit strategy is to sell it to an end user, pay off your hard money loan, and hopefully end up with a profit. 💲
If you’re in a situation where you’re investing in other types of real estate, it’s very likely that you’re not going to have 23 different exit strategies that you can exercise to mitigate your risk in the event that you need to pivot.
The beauty of note investing is that there are 23 different exit strategies that help you mitigate your risk.
We normally use 4 main exit strategies in note investing (although there are 23!). So, if we are in the mindset to pivot to gain profits, you have options.
One of my favorite ways is by getting the borrower to re-perform, and start paying their mortgage.
If I can’t do that, however, I can pivot to many other exit strategies, so I can maintain my profit and keep my investment secure.
There are so many ways to exit a note investment with a profit. 💰
Let me help you with an exit strategy for your investments so you can keep growing your profits and build your wealth destiny📈
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Paige Panzarello is the “Cashflow Chick”. Having been a Real Estate investor and entrepreneur for almost 25 years, Paige has experienced many facets of real estate investing. Her experience includes founding and running her own Residential and Commercial Construction and Acquisition companies, Buy and Hold residential and commercial real estate investing, Tax Deeds/Liens Investing, Fix and Flip (Residential Remodeling), and other forms to name a few. She currently focuses on Non-Performing Notes that she purchases all across the United States. Whether in notes, residential or commercial real estate, in California, Arizona, or nationwide, Paige has been successful in completing over $150 million in real estate transactions to date.