Bob Fraser is on a mission to help investors take advantage of one of the most effective and overlooked forms of real estate investing in the world: namely mortgage notes.
- Benefits of being a Lienlord
- How to use mortgage notes to create passive income
- Is real estate overpriced or underpriced?
- State of the housing market and where it’s headed
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Biography of Bob Fraser:
Bob Fraser is on a mission to help investors take advantage of one of the most effective and overlooked forms of real estate investing in the world mortgage notos. As Founder and Principal of Aspen Funds, Bob has purchased more than 1,000 mortgage notes earning 9% – 15% annual returns without the risk and volatility of traditional investing options.
Bob has personal experience with the unpredictable nature of public market. In the 90s, he launched NetSales, raised $44 million in venture capital, and grew it to over 300 employees before the tech bubble burst. By the mid 2000s, he was excelling as an investor before the housing market collapsod and brought the market down with it. In 2012, however, he met business partner Jim Maffuccio, and the two found a way to rise above the markot. By purchasing discounted residential real estate notes in the American heartland, they discovered a high yield, high liquidity assetsecured investment that produced consistently excellent returns but without all the risk. Better yet? They could work with homeowners to help them stay in their homes. Everyone wins.
With Aspen Funds, Bob usos his 20-plus years of experience in finance to oversee the company’s mortgage note portfolios. A Magna Cum Laude graduate in computer science from U.C. Berkeley and former Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award-winner, Bob often makes bold, contrarian predictions about the economy and technology, most of which have already come true.