- Ivan Anz website: https://ivananz.com/
- PhilanthroInvestors website: https://philanthroinvestors.com/
- Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Show Note for PhilanthroInvesting with Ivan Anz!
- Ivan Anz’s life story
- Equity and help
- Equity and help platform
- Do you buy properties every month
- Does this only work in certain states?
- Who is purchasing the homes?
- Are you the only one doing this?
- How the investors choose the homes
- The downside of PhilanthroInvestors
- Can you sell your loan/note
- Paying cash for houses
- Minimum condition of house
- The term
- Paying off loan early
- Did COVID impact the families
Ivan Anz’s life story
When he was 7 he had his first business in go carts.
Then by 25 he had 4 different companies in Argentina. He was growing the cash of the business just to invest it outside of the business.
So he set the profits of the business into a percentage to invest.
He was not impressed with the investing community because they were sitting behind computers. He was investing only for money.
Then one day he lost 80% of the capital, and thought that he didn’t want to just invest money for money. He thought there must be something else, and he had a revelation. It was Philanthro-Investing. Someone that invests their money and time
Ivan tells a story about selling a real estate lot at a discounted price. Then he learned that 51% of the US population can’t afford a mortgage. But the US tells people that they need to be a tenant.
Equity and help
It’s Ivan’s company that has been in the INC 500.
What is the difference between philanthropy and PhilanthroInvestors?
Philanthropy is to invest to improve humanity, and have tax deductions. Investing is putting time and money to get a financial return.
Promote human welfare and emotion while you are getting a financial return. Better than investing and better than philanthropy.
Equity and help platform
Helping investors purchase properties and then get sold to families that need some help. Then the family can improve.
Do you buy properties every month
Yes, they buy properties every single week. From foreclosure, banks, and other places. They have a unique technology where they scrub the whole market all over the US, then filter to find the best houses.
What are the parameters of the homes you buy?
All single family and have to be specific to what we are looking for.
Does this only work in certain states?
They are in 33 states right now.
Do you ever have a supply shortage of homes?
Sometimes there is a shortage, but they manage to find homes.
During COVID there are way less foreclosures, but they are still buying a lot of homes.
Who is purchasing the homes?
PhilanthroInvestors is purchasing the homes.
Ivan also owns Toyota dealerships.
They have investors in 14 countries of the world.
Are you the only one doing this?
There are some others. But my book that I’m about to launch is going to tell other investors how they do it.
Ivan has a mindset of abundance! We want to have a world of more homeowners.
How the investors choose the homes
They have a system to help them choose. It allows the investor to see everything.
The downside of PhilanthroInvestors
Ivan built the system for him and his family. He wanted to protect all of the downsides. The insurance covers the house, etc. The assets are protected via land trusts. If the family doesn’t pay there is a collection system. This is the worst scenario and the family leaves the house in worse condition than it was. The investor has a couple options. They still own the house, so they can fix it back up. The investor also pays the insurance and taxes while the family isn’t paying.
Can you sell your loan/note
Yes, you can for a $1000 fee to transfer.
We did have an investor once that needed to sell everything and we had to help her sell.
Paying cash for houses
They buy the house, fix it up, and find the investor.
The title is held in the land trust. The land trust buys the property. Then the beneficiary is all that changes, so they save a lot of money.
Minimum condition of house
The house are totally insurable. Once the trust buys it, it’s insured.
12% for 20 years.
Paying off loan early
They can pay it off early, absolutely!
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Did COVID impact the families
11% of families asked for help.
Is there a waitlist of homeowners