Creative Real Estate Finance in a Recession with Eddie Speed

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The recession is here! Creative real estate investors can thrive in all markets, even in recessions! Eddie Speed has been investing in real estate notes since the 1980s, and today we learn some of the tricks that investors can use in down markets to thrive.

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Eddie Speed's Bio:

Since 1980, Eddie Speed has dedicated his life to the note industry and to expanding the benefits of creative seller financing for both sellers and buyers. Throughout his career he has introduced innovative ideas and strategies that have revolutionized the industry. He teaches these techniques through NoteSchool, the training school he founded in the early 2000s. His training has helped thousands of real estate investors expand their business model, increase their earnings, build long term wealth, and think like entrepreneurs, including helping a substantial amount of “A” list real estate investors with creative financing strategies.

Eddie is also the owner and President of Colonial Funding Group LLC, which acquires, and trades real estate secured notes, and he’s a principal in several Private Capital funds that acquire bulk note portfolios. He is also the host of NoteExpo, an annual conference that brings people from all phases of the note industry together every November. In addition, Eddie speaks at numerous real estate events every year across the country.

Eddie has personally closed around 50,000 note deals, and his unique industry vantage point has allowed him to review close to half a million note deals. When it comes to notes, it’s safe to say he’s seen it all but remains committed to lifelong learning.

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