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  • Joebotto

    hi there, i’m not sure how to cancel my order, because it came from the wrong person CRE Online Inc. so if it’s not right could you either let me know so i can re order it from Dani or if it’s right would you let me know at joebotto@yahoo.com

  • Joebotto

    hi there, i’m not sure how to cancel my order, because it came from the wrong person CRE Online Inc. so if it’s not right could you either let me know so i can re order it from Dani or if it’s right would you let me know at joebotto@yahoo.com

  • Brandon

    Hello Dani,

    I am a realtor in the Corpus Christi TX area and have been researching the AMPS program and have a couple questions.

    Once I purchase the program, I see there is also a $99/mo charge. What does this cover?

    Also, If a deal is worked and 6 mos later the new Buyer defaults, what options or recourse does the original owner have? And would this create legal risks for the Investor? 

    thanks,
    Brandon

    • Hi Brandon,

      Thanks for your post!

      The $99 is for REI Matcher Pro and it’s optional. REI Matcher is where you can post your homes and buyers to match them up with other investors. Also, this is where you buyer and seller websites are, autoresponders, etc..

      Since you live in Texas, the recourse by the seller (original owner) is that they can foreclose on the buyer just like a bank would. And as you know – Texas has swift foreclosure laws so that won’t take long.

      As far as legal risks to the investor – I’m not an attorney and you should seek out legal opinion on this matter, but for me, I feel that as long as you do the transaction CORRECTLY and disclose, disclose, disclose…never hide anything from the bank, I don’t think you are at legal risk. Again, get advice from an attorney of your choice since I’m always told how important it is that everyone knows I am not an attorney and I only offer my opinion based on my experience.

      I hope that helps Brandon!
      Dani

      • Brandon

        Dani,

        Thank you for your response. I look forward to getting started with AMPS and will holla when I’m ready! Brandon

  • Richard

    Hello Dani

    First, when doing an AMPS deal, is a balloon the only method to free the Seller from the note so that he/she can purchase another home in the future? Is there another stategy that would be better for Sellers that do not want to be contrained for the life of the loan.

    After a 3-5 year period, the Buyer reaches the balloon deadline and still does not qualify for a loan, how is this addressed? And if the Buyer does qualify, but the home does not appraise because of the market?

    • 6580200

      bump 🙂

    • Hi Richard,

      Sorry for the delay in reply – had some website issues… 🙁

      As far as lending guidelines right now, most sellers can get a new loan after 1 year of being able to show someone else is paying on their existing mortgage. Lenders will treat it like a lease and still take 25% of that mortgage and attribute it to their DTI. (Exception is that if the old loan was an FHA – you can’t get two FHA loans so you would have to go conventional).

      You can place a contingency in the contract for the latter two scenarios you mentioned. It all is up for negotiation. We like to set up the buyer up for success so (s)he doesn’t get foreclosed on if the home doesn’t appraise. We usually have a contingency for a note extension in that case.

      I hope that helps!
      Dani Lynn