Comments (4)

Danny Smith
DISCOVER TEXAS HOMES - Round Rock, TX
Actually Austin or should I say Travis county has a program for people with bad credit where the county buys the home and leases it back to the buyer for 39 months. The buyer has to attend Credit counseling and at the end of 39 months if they have a 650 or better credit score the county transfer the home into the buyers name. That's kind of similar isn't it?
Apr 07, 2007 07:52 AM
Dana Sawicki
Keller Williams Hometown Partners LLC - Wichita, KS
Let's Get Started Looking for Your Next Home!
Sorry Danny.  The equity share I am talking about involves 2M+ homes that a group of owners share the equity.  Not to be confused with a time share.
Apr 07, 2007 08:07 AM
Christopher Webster
EXP Realty, LLC - Columbia, SC
Columbia South Carolina Real Estate For Sale
I have heard of this! Sounds like a super opportunity, get involved and reap the benefits!
Apr 07, 2007 11:04 AM
Anonymous
John Taylor

The Buyers Equity Fund (the, "Fund"), is a private fund of money allocated to co-invest with individuals in real estate. The Fund allows both first-time homebuyers and seasoned investors to convert the equity in the property they purchase into immediate cash with no monthly payments ever.  In exchange for the cash today, the homeowner or investor agrees to share up to 50 percent of the future equity growth of the specific property with the fund

 

After entering into the agreement with the Fund pays you an amount predetermined by the Fund and you depend on the amount of the share in future equity.  Additionally, this amount is dependent on the type of property, geographic location and occupancy type.

 

For more information e-mail

 

Jtaylor@woodsatcountryside.com

 

Or visit

 

www.buyersequityfund.com

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