Prevent Veteran Homelessness…And Start Cash Flowing With This Little Known Secret I Found | 2021

Mar 26, 2021

Recently, I discovered a secret that not only prevents a vet’s credit from destruction but allows you to create a cash-flowing deal. Forget 20% down!! Try 0.5%!

So many homeless are heroic veterans…a sad fact. If someone loses their house to foreclosure their credit is destroyed and almost impossible for them to get a new mortgage.


Hey, I’ve been in your shoes and I love sharing stories of my journey and how I got money working for me. I’ll show you how too!


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Pilots make excellent money and we love what we do. We are used to being in command and control in the flight deck. But it’s our financial future, managing cash flow, wealth, and passive income that can often seem OUT of our control. It can be a risky gamble to put your money into retirement funds and the stock market. No one gets held accountable if there are significant losses. And so it feels like you run out of options. 

After entering the world of Real Estate Investing, I’ve found a path to security, passive income, and feel in control again. 

Real estate investment stands on the solid foundation of homes and buildings, which is in high need. We have control of the tenants we have, screening them for reliability and long-term viability. We can take measures if someone isnt working out. We create the system and safeguards for our investment, and all the income comes straight to us. Our return on investment (ROI) is high and steady.

As a pilot and real estate investor I am passionate about helping other aviation professionals fly towards financial freedom through investing in multi-family properties. Let me show you how to put your money to work for you. 

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Hey captains, first officers, and flight crew. So glad you’re here today because I want to let you in on a secret that will enable you to buy real estate with very little cash down AND help a veteran in trouble.

If you’ve been watching me, you know that I am a huge fan of deals, where instead of becoming a profit line to the bank, I’d rather help people and at the same time obtain an instantly cash-flowing asset.

Now a few months ago, a former coworker told me that he was working on buying a foreclosure property from the VA. Whereas the original owner was a veteran eligible for the VA loan.

Now it got me thinking, by buying that foreclosure, she didn’t help out that veteran whose credit is now destroyed. AND she is now stuck buying it either all cash or financing it conventionally, which is not what I like to do.

Instead, I want to let you in, on a secret.

VA LOANS ARE ASSUMABLE and you DON’T have to be a veteran yourself.

What does that mean?

It means that if there’s a veteran who can no longer afford the payment of their mortgage, they’re in threat of destroying their credit.

You as an educated buyer can take over their VA loan monthly payments. Now, do you have to be a veteran yourself to take it over? No. In fact, the United States code chapter 38, subsection 3714,

Paragraph A specifies who is eligible to take over and assume this veteran’s mortgage.

The qualifications to assume a VA loan are as paragraph A,

 -the loan is current.

-The purchaser of the property must assume full liability for the repayment of the balance of the loan

-and qualifies from a credit standpoint, to the same extent as if the purchaser were a veteran eligible under section 3710 of this title.

Notice it doesn’t mention the buyer must be a veteran to take over a loan. As long as your credit is equivalent to the veteran who originally purchased the loan.

This is huge.

Not only do you benefit a veteran in threat of foreclosure, but your assignment fee is only …. 0.5% of the loan balance! That’s right, no 20% down needed here!

 Now you can negotiate to pay the veteran for their equity in monthly payments. You’re solving everybody’s problem. A veteran doesn’t get a major hit to their credit and they now get their equity in monthly payments which they can use on a smaller house or pay rent.

You get a cash-flowing property because now your tenants can pay the monthly payments without saving up 20, 25 or 30% down.

Now I’d like to add one more jewel of information. VA loans can be used to purchase up to a 4-plex. So even if you deal with only multi-family, this can be a home-run deal for you too.

But not only that, if the home is near a military base, now your tenants are military who are paid by the government, a basic housing allowance, which means the government pays them money to pay you the rent.

And if the service person misses a payment, you have the right to call up their commanding officer to force the tenant to pay you. It’s perfect.

Now, where would you find these veterans in need?

Well, there are two ways.

Number one is to talk to them, ask them about their history, ask them if they are a veteran, if they used their VA loan?

Or two, if you’re searching for properties, you can order an O & E ( ownership and encumbrances  )report from your local title company.

This one report costs around $5 and gives you a copy of the mortgage.

Here’s a copy of what a VA mortgage looks like on an O&E report. And it also specifies that it is assumable with the approval of the department of veteran affairs.

So, those of you who were looking for instantly cash-flowing assets with very little money down … help a veteran.

Want another secret?  Next week I’ll be interviewing a secret weapon on my team. One is for sellers who refuse to take the tax benefits and insist on nothing but cash.

Until next week… I’ll see you up there.