Founder and CEO of Watermark Capital Partners, Val Sotir joins Heather Wagenhals, Host and Executive Producer of Unlock Your Wealth Radio, offering note buying solutions to listeners. Tune in to the Libsyn platform to hear more about asset buying and how to grow your financial future.
Val’s extensive experience in buying and selling distressed mortgage notes compliments his expertise and success as owner of the Watermark Capital Partners. His career started on Wall Street where he has more than 10 years´ experience as a stock broker, investment banker and securities sales professional with emphasis in trading, investment planning and research and client portfolio management.
In this interview Val explains how to begin your career in distressed mortgage notes, offering listeners valuable advice on what to do and what not to do in order to make the most bang for your buck while keeping homeowners happy. Begin your career or make an extra dollar in non-performing or re-performing notes by making an offer on a note most interested to you from Val’s company, WatermarkExchange.com.
Working in the the mortgage industry from 2001-2010 as the owner of Consumer Capital Solutions, a residential and commercial mortgage company, Val has gained much experience during the growth years from 2001-2008 and then switched into commercial mortgage origination when the residential market evaporated. Besides originating mortgage loans, he also serviced his former clients with loan modifications, principal reductions and workouts as well as offered Private Lending services. These experiences lead him to find the opportunity of purchasing and working to revise the terms of mortgage notes. Tune in to Unlock Your Wealth Radio on the Libsyn platform as Val explains in great detail, the benefits and of asset buying while offering note buying solutions.
Fun Fact: In 2009 Val Sotir was featured on the Cover of Forbes magazine as one of the mortgage survivors on Wall Street – an article discussing how some in the mortgage business have reinvented themselves in the Non-Performing Notes industry.