IMN: Opportunity Zones Forum (Midwest) 2019

IMN Opportunity Zones Forum (Midwest)

We are excited to announce we will be sponsoring the upcoming IMN Opportunity Zones Forum (Midwest) in Chicago, Illinois, September 19, 2019.

“This one-day conference will dive into real-life applications of the community development tool established by Congress in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Attendees will learn how their peers are executing long-term investments in low-income urban and rural communities nationwide.”

Since their inception, Qualified Opportunity Zones (QOZs) have drummed up a host of questions about how the program will work and how commercial real estate developers, fund managers, family offices, wealth managers and their legal and tax advisers can tap into these new tax-advantaged opportunities.
Chaz Guinn, the President of Revolve Capital Group, will be discussing Accessing Creative Financing to Close Deals Outside of Primary Markets at 4:10pm. To view the agenda please CLICK HERE.

Event Highlights

7:45 am

Registration & Breakfast

8:40 am

Anthony Scaramucci, American financier, entrepreneur and political consultant who briefly served as the White House Director of Communications, will be speaking at the event to discuss Unlocking the Potential of Opportunity Zones.

Anthony Scaramucci is the Founder and Co-Managing Partner of SkyBridge Capital. He is the author of four books: The Little Book of Hedge Funds, Goodbye Gordon Gekko, Hopping Over the Rabbit Hole (a 2016 Wall Street Journal best seller), and Trump: The Blue-Collar President.

Prior to founding SkyBridge in 2005, Scaramucci co-founded investment partnership Oscar Capital Management, which was sold to Neuberger Berman, LLC in 2001. Earlier, he was a vice president in Private Wealth Management at Goldman Sachs & Co.

In 2016, Scaramucci was ranked #85 in Worth Magazine’s Power 100: The 100 Most Powerful People in Global Finance. In 2011, he received Ernst & Young’s “Entrepreneur of the Year – New York” Award in the Financial Services category. Anthony is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), vice chair of the Kennedy Center Corporate Fund Board, a board member of both The Brain Tumor Foundation and Business Executives for National Security (BENS), and a Trustee of the United States Olympic & Paralympic Foundation. He was a member of the New York City Financial Services Advisory Committee from 2007 to 2012.

In November 2016, he was named to President-Elect Trump’s 16-person Presidential Transition Team Executive Committee. In June 2017, he was named the Chief Strategy Officer of the EXIM Bank. He served as the White House Communications Director for a period in July 2017.

Scaramucci, a native of Long Island, New York, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Tufts University and a Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School.”

4:10 pm

Chaz Guinn will be discussing Accessing Creative Financing to Close Deals Outside of Primary Markets.

“Chaz Guinn is the President and Managing Director of Revolve Capital Group “Revolve”. Chaz, specializes in 1st lien NPL/RPL whole loan trading, and has built a track record of structuring, negotiating, and executing some of the largest trades in the lower-valued market segment.

Over the past decade, Chaz established whole loan trading desks for two large private equity firms in the U.S. that managed well over a billion dollars in delinquent loans. Chaz has been focused on building lasting relationships with Wall Street, Investment Banks, GSE’s, large real estate funds, qualified national vendors and servicers to allow Revolve Capital Group to become a household name.

Chaz and his partners decided to form Revolve Capital Group, whose primary objective is to be a market leader in the lower-valued asset-class and provide solutions to both the banking sector, distressed homeowners, private investors, and local communities that have been affected by the financial downturn in the housing market. Our focus is centered on loans secured by properties with market values of less than $150,000.

Chaz is positioning Revolve to be one of the largest private real estate groups acquiring non-performing/re-performing debt. Combining his education in Finance and Economics with the practical management of supply and demand, Revolve made a conscious strategy to allow other private investors, real estate funds, family offices, and non-profit organizations to participate in this recovery as well.”

Who Should Attend

  • Commercial Real Estate Developers
  • Real Estate Private Equity Firms
  • Institutional Investors
  • Family Offices & High
  • Net Worth Individuals
  • Registered Investment Advisers (RIAs)
  • Fund Administrators
  • Law/Accounting/Consulting Firms
  • Federal, State and Local Government Entities

To purchase your tickets, please visit the IMN’s registration page by CLICKING HERE.

How to Get Quality Note Deals; Podcast with Ken Shortle and Chaz Guinn

Podcast Interview with Chaz Guinn and Kevin Shortle:

We are excited to announce Chaz Guinn, the president of Revolve Capital, was interviewed by Kevin Shortle of Prospeak Productions to discuss obtaining quality note deals and current note inventory.

Shortle and Guinn discussed note deals, explaining how to obtain quality note deals and current inventory.

“The inventory is not gone, especially on the nonperforming side. It has simply shifted and it’s going in a different direction. Chaz Guinn has been on the side of the industry that most people don’t get to see, those people that buy in bulk and then go through due diligence to get that inventory out to individual investors. Chaz is the President and Managing Director of Revolve Capital Group, a real estate firm that is an active purchaser of seasoned or re-performing loans. He shares some tips on how you can get your hands on quality note deals and shares his insights on the quality of inventory he’s seen, why they created the firm, and the key focuses they’re looking at.”

Listen to the Podcast now by visiting the website: CLICK HERE

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One of the benefits that our clients have when choosing Revolve Capital is we purchase bank direct delinquent loans directly from Top Tier 1 banks and sell these same loans to our investors. By purchasing these delinquent loans from Revolve Capital, you have the opportunity to become the bank. This creates a passive income investment play with many more exit strategies available vs traditional real estate investing.

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The Secret to Buying Notes and Who You Choose to Invest With

One of the more common problems that we repeatedly see in the real estate industry, whether it be traditional real estate investing or investing in the distressed note industry, is that investors are hesitant to purchase outside of their own backyard. Sure, investing in your own city has the benefit of driving to the property, seeing the condition of the home, looking at the neighborhood or seeing the crime area. Even these seemingly “beneficial advantages” have drawbacks. Ultimately, you are still using your valuable time and resources to complete these tasks. There are ways that you can work smarter instead of working harder, and the many benefits extend farther than simply “living within driving proximity to your investment property”.

The secret to buying notes and which investment company you choose to utilize is within their network of vendors.

Over the last ten years of our experience, we have cut our teeth on utilizing many different companies on exercising the day-to-day needs of the business. National vendors that can run title, national vendors that have access to 65,000 real estate agents across all 50 states that within a 3 day period can get you back pictures (exteriors or interiors depending on the occupancy) within 3-5 days. Simply put, having an extended nationwide network of vendors allows you to scale your business, increase your profit margin and become a more passive investor. If you’re wondering how you have come to the right place.

Increase Opportunity

Using national vendor databases will increase the opportunity to invest outside of your own backyard. For example, if you’re in California then the discounts that the banks are selling distressed loans are much less than either Michigan or Ohio.

If you have the right ecosystem in place, which we give to you here at Revolve Capital Group, to help you turn a profit quicker…. investing outside of your own backyard almost feels normal. We’re located in Anaheim, CA and most of our product is in the mid-west and the East coast. That is not just by design, it’s because the discounts are far greater in that part of our country and our national vendors give us the ability to expand our investment portfolio to areas that provide steeper investment discounts.

Decrease Responsibility

National vendors assist with big tasks such as making the cold-calls, taking the property photos or even construction needs for home rehabilitation and renovation. Simultaneously, the same thing goes for smaller tasks such as documentation. At the end of the day, most investors do not want to house the documents in their personal files that their children, wives, or even a potential natural disaster can effect. Having those documents at a company that can take on the responsibility of storing those and inventory those. By allowing them to file your documents you will decrease personal responsibility… and ultimately you can free up your resources and focus in other areas, such as growing your investments.

Defer Accountability 

Allowing the vendor to be the direct contact for the homeowner will defer accountability. What is your plan regarding who will communicate with the homeowner? Who will make the cold calls? Who will adjust the interest rates? By using a vendor you can take the pressure off yourself and defer these tasks to a servicer.

These vendors, as a part of the on vetting process of bringing you aboard, will determine your needs by going through a KYC (know-your-customer) evaluation. To use an analogy, comparing a landlord to a renter is the same thing that could happen from a lien lord (or note holder) to an occupant/homeowner. If the loan goes from non-performing to re-performing then these vendors will handle that entire process at your instruction. At times, you may not want to give too low an interest rate. They may have been asking 8% interest rate and they’re asking for a 4% interest rate and the vendor will come back to you (the owner of that deal) and ask your approval and proceed per your requests. In this example, you may consider that 4% is far too low, even lower than today’s 30-year fixed interest rate. Therefore you might deny the interest reduction. The KYC evaluation allows you to get to know the vendor, and the vendor to get to know you and your wishes for your investments.

Allow Scalability

The price point to utilize a servicer is nominal in the swing of things, and using outside sources can allow scalability for your investments. Ultimately, it’s less a function of finance and more a function of time. We believe if you have a full-time job and you invested in real estate on the side, you absolutely need to be accessing vendors because that’s a scalable way to do business. It’s a scalable way for you to have a side investment vehicle. If you would prefer to do this full-time, then you could still quarterback the vendor to carry out the decisions that you’re making but they’ll come from your instruction. Otherwise, if you do it as an alternate business (or as a side business) the vendors will take your instruction, but they will be working nine-to-five every single day. The vendor could be working your files with or without your instruction essentially.

Facilitate Functionality

Vendors have experience, knowledge, and resources available to facilitate functionality. By becoming a more passive investor and taking a step back to allow the vendors to take care of the process start-to-finish you are essentially allowing the backend duties to function optimally. Your work-flow will be streamlined and with everything being directed by the vendor, you can focus your attention to other aspects of your business. However, if you would prefer to learn, roll up your sleeves, and do it all yourself then you also have the opportunity as well and the vendor will allow you to do that. Depending on how “fast you want to dive the boat” is how fast the captain will give you the wheel to take over.

We believe one of the single most important factors you need to take into consideration when choosing the right company for you to invest with lies within their network of vendors. By utilizing outside resources, you can benefit from increasing opportunity, decreasing personal responsibility, deferring accountability, allowing scalability, and facilitating functionality.

 

Our vendor network is something that we give our clients that is a tried and true test over the last 10 years of companies that carry out the infrastructure of this business. Unfortunately, there are not too many firms, companies or note sellers that will instruct you on who to use as a vendor to operate this business. They expect you to already have that handled. The mindset of “you’re already coming to us for product so you should already have your ducks in a row”. There is not an “educational book” out there that teaches everybody A-Z. This is why we tried to separate ourselves by offering this network of vendors/servicers for free.

Now you can play a part in the exact systems we have put in place to create Revolve Capital Group. So you can feel comfortable expanding your investments using our established national vendor network.