28 Dec December 28, 2020 – RE Notes Martin Saenz and Eavesdropping Brian Marvin and 2021 Insurance Rates Seth Denson
Martin Saenz – Managing Partner of Bequest Funds
It is our business model for home owners to stay in their homes
with plans they can afford, while making a profit.
Martin Saenz is the Managing Partner of Bequest Funds, Founder of Note Investing Made Easier, and Bestselling Author with 15 years of experience as a self-made entrepreneur and successful real estate note investor. Together with business partner Shawn Muneio, Martin recently co-founded Bequest Funds with the dual purpose of helping investors grow their wealth and helping mortgage borrowers stay in their homes. A successful entrepreneur and real estate investor, Martin has helped over a thousand families stay in their homes, and countless more through the influence of his mentorship. Renowned as a thought leader in the mortgage note investment industry, Martin is generous with his first-hand expertise, to the benefit of his many clients and followers. Martin teaches how to use Note Investing to create a stream of passive income, and delivers high-level strategies that help investors find the best opportunities in the market. He is the bestselling author of Note Investing Made Easier: How To Buy And Profit From Distressed Mortgages, which provides a deeper understanding of how to make your money up-front and immediately after purchasing notes.
Brian Marvin – Founder at Eavesdrop!
I taught myself to program!
Brian Marvin is an experienced marketing and business development executive focused on the intersection of content and technology for the last 20 years. Brian started as the Co-Founder of Frank151, an infamous NYC-based lifestyle magazine that spawned a content development agency with clients that ranged from Toyota to Casio G-Shock. Most recently, Brian was the Co-Founder and COO of BringHub, a content-to-commerce startup that focused on making content shoppable. Eavesdrop!, his most recent venture is a project started out of his frustration in finding good podcasts to listen to before his daily runs. Realizing there had to a better way to discover new podcasts, he learned to code and developed the POC entirely in-house.