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The Three Keys to Seller-Financed Deals

with... Jeff Breglio

a presentation on how to finance a property without using a bank

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

SLCC, Miller Campus, MFEC #203
9750 South 300 West
Sandy, UT 84070
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Seller Financing is when the mortgage lender or bank is eliminated and the seller directly finances the property to the buyer.


There can be many benefits to both sides of the transaction including, but not limited to - 

TO THE SELLER:
  • Getting a property to sell faster
  • May be able to sell the house "as is"
  • Could get a better interest rate than other investments
TO THE BUYER:
  • Seller financing lets people who might not be able to secure a mortgage buy a home
  • The closing process may be cheaper and faster
  • The down payment can be whatever the buyer and seller agree upon
As there are different types of seller financing and a wide variety of ways one can put terms together, Jeff Breglio, RE Attorney - is presenting at the July Networking Luncheon to provide guidance and direction.

During his presentation, Jeff will answer the following questions:
  1. What kind of seller financing am I doing?
  2. What terms do I need to discuss with sellers?
  3. How do I close and manage a seller-financed property?


Jeff Breglio, RE Attorney, Breglio Law Office - Jeff is an attorney, investor and REI educator living in Salt Lake City. As an attorney he practices asset protection for real estate investors exclusively, and  helps other investors structure and protect their deals. He has been an attorney since 1995. He has also been a real estate investor since 2000, a real estate agent for 8 years, is currently an escrow officer and real estate entrepreneur and educator. He is the founder of REI Mastery University where he is a regular speaker, locally and nationally, to various groups on legal issues of real estate investment, REI transactions, self-direction, asset protection and corporate liability. Jeff is a board member and attorney for the Salt Lake Real Estate Investors Association, was a former been board member and education coordinator for the Utah REIA, as well as a board member of two non-profit organizations and a Salt Lake City community councilman. He has created over 1500 business and protection entities, worked with 1000s clients and been a part over 4000 real estate investment transactions. He currently has both residential and commercial investment properties and is a private lender.

(801) 560-2180
jeff@bregliolaw.com 

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  If you would rather attend this meeting virtually, please pre-register first and then contact Rebecca Dearing at (801) 647-8862 or by sending an e-mail to rebecca@utahreia.org for the Zoom registration link.  

For More Info: Contact Rebecca Dearing by calling (801) 647-8862 or by sending an e-mail to rebecca@utahreia.org.

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Date:  Tuesday, July 14, 2020
Time:  11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Location:

SLCC, Miller Campus, MFEC #203

9750 South 300 West
Sandy, UT 84070

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