Taking the Shadow Inventory out of the Shadows

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This is the evolving guide to the real estate distressed debt markets, and how to take advantage of the biggest investment opportunity of our lifetime. More

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About Marc J. Gold

Marc is the Managing and Portfolio Director of the American Home Recovery Fund, an Irvine, CA based private equity fund that operates in the distressed mortgage debt sector. AHRF buys non-performing mortgage notes form the banks at very deep discounts, with the primary mission of modifying and stabilizing the existing homeowner.

Marc is also the co-founder and president of NoteWerx, a cloud-based note portfolio data management platform, that is bringing order to the wild west of note trading.

Marc is a proud veteran of Americas Navy, an officer in the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7142, and goes out of his way to talk about all things military and help support veterans organizations whenever he can.

Marc is married to his wife Cindy, and together with their 3 sons and very manly 8.5 pound Maltese, reside at the beach in Capistrano Beach, Ca

Reviews

Review by: Brian Brady on Aug. 22, 2013 :
I forgot to rate with stars
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Review by: Brian Brady on Aug. 21, 2013 : (no rating)
Marc Gold does an excellent job of explaining the sometimes arcane mortgage business in layman's terms. He outlined how the "crash" happened, the opportunities available for investors today, and offers profitable solutions.

Investing in mortgages and trust deeds is really quite simple but industry folks often act as gatekeepers to those investments. Mr. Gold lays out the opportunities, explains who the players are, and shows readers how to buy distressed mortgage debt for pennies on the dollar.

Mortgage/trust deed investments aren't for everyone and the process isn't easy. Mr. Gold educates people to see the profit potential while pulling back the curtain on industry opacity
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