Jazz Up Indy, a premiere real estate investment firm specializing in investing in non-performing notes and flipping homes in Indianapolis, IN, announced today the nationwide launch of its Note Assistance Program for members of the general public with an interest in diversifying their investment portfolios to include first trust deeds (real estate notes).
Established in 2014, the Note Assistance Program (or N.A.P. as it is known) was initially created for Self Directed Individual Retirement Account (SDIRA) investors looking to take advantage of the non-performing note world, while minimizing their risk of an IRA audit for prohibited transactions, self-dealing and/or dealings with disqualified individuals.
With its nationwide launch, Jasmine R. Willois, managing director of the program, seeks to expand it into an assistance program for novice note investors who prefer to have a hands-on experience of the non-performing note investing process. This includes going through the entire process from initially finding a note, to doing the proper due diligence and eventually the resolution process. Investors will learn how to achieve their overall strategy when investing in non-performing notes – be it for generating long-term cash flow or for increasing retirement capital.
“Buyers do not have to have an IRA in order to invest in mortgage notes. But for those who do, there are additional potential tax benefits. The N.A.P. creates an additional layer of protection for investors who want to use their IRA to invest in non-performing notes. Helping our clients stay clear of self-dealing and prohibited transactions, especially when walking that thin line with individuals who are considered disqualified persons by the I.R.S.,” Willois said.
“Also, our clients are given the opportunity to either purchase from our hand- selected assets, or they can bring their own note to the table. However, no one is obligated to use our assets or bring their own.”
“We have found that our clients enjoy working with an assistant rather than a guru, because gurus tend to talk ‘at’ and ‘down’ to their students. Here we work hard to foster a relationship that revolves around respect and mutual understandings of the client’s strengths and weaknesses,” Willois points out.
Substantially less expensive than mentoring programs offered by so-called real estate gurus, the N.A.P. offers investors the opportunity to work with a personally assigned note assistant who will lead the investor through the entire process from beginning to end for a set fee. The N.A.P. was designed for those who learn better in the field than in the classroom.
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About Jazz Up Indy
With offices in Irvine, Calif., Fishers, Ind., and Poway, Calif., Jazz Up Indy serves the real estate investment community by bringing sound and conservative strategies to the more traditional real estate investment assets. Bringing alternative investment strategies to Main Street, the firm offers private lending opportunities for FLIPs in California, new builds in Indianapolis and nationwide note performing notes.
The firms Note Assistance Program was created with the individual note investor in mind. Working directly with self-directed IRAs and busy executives the program addresses the needs for protection and quality service in the distressed mortgage industry.
The N.A.P. has caught the attention of some of the largest self directed IRA firms with its unique approach to asset protection and coaching. Jasmine R. Willois, the managing director of the N.A.P. has been buying rentals and flipping out-of-state properties since 2005. In addition to her duties with Jazz Up Indy and the N.A.P., Willois also serves as investor relations’ manager for American Home Recovery Fund, a privately held real estate investment fund in Irvine, Calif.
Willois earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from California State University, Long Beach, and a Masters in Business Administration in Marketing from Ashford University. After completing her undergraduate studies, she moved to New York City to accept a position as an equity trader for Joseph Stevens followed by a position with Morgan Stanley Dean Witter as an investment banker.
She currently holds a California real estate sales license and is an active member of various real estate investment groups throughout southern California including the Lady Landlords of San Diego and the Lien Lords of Orange County. Willois also serves on the board of two non-profit organizations: Hope Ranch, and the National Association of Black Professional Golfers.
Willois is an advocate for responsible investment and spends much of her time educating investors on conservative real estate cash flow strategies and the abundance of opportunities available outside their own backyards. You can follow her on facebook at Jasmine R. Willois.
Company Name: The Note Assistance Program
Contact Person: Thomas Watson
Phone: (317) 622-8645
Country: United States