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In this podcast Alpesh Parmar of the Wealth Matters Podcast interview Matthew Sullivan, founder and CEO of QuantmRE. They discuss how Home Equity Agreements can help homeowners who are house rich and cash poor unlock some of their home equity with no monthly payments and without taking on more debt.
In this episode, Hall welcomes back Matthew Sullivan, CEO and Founder of QuantmRE.
Headquartered in Newport Beach, California, QuantmRE is a real estate finance platform that originates and funds Home Equity Agreements. This new financial tool enables qualifying homeowners to get a cash lump sum from their home equity with no monthly payments, no interest and no added debt. A Home Equity Agreement is an equity based solution – it’s not a reverse mortgage, it’s not a loan and it’s not a line of credit. Instead of charging interest, they take a share of the current equity together with a share of the appreciation if the value of the home goes up. They also share in the potential downside risk if the home decreases in value
The QuantmRE platform has also been designed to enable a wide range of investors to fund these Home Equity Agreements, including retail investors. Their platform has been designed to be a secondary market exchange where investors can build, model, manage and trade individual portfolios of fractionalized Home Equity Agreements.
Gabe Petersen from the Real Estate Investing Club Podcast interviews Matthew Sullivan, CEO of QuantmRE
In this episode of The Real Estate Investing Club Gabe interviews Matthew Sullivan, founder and full-time chief executive officer of QuantmRE. A serial entrepreneur, he is the founder of Crowdventure.com and co-founder of two real estate funds. He spent a number of years working alongside Richard Branson and the Virgin corporate finance team in London, UK, where he was appointed a director and Trustee of Virgin’s London Air Ambulance.. Matthew Sullivan is a real estate investor who has a great story to share and words of wisdom to impart for both beginning and veteran investors alike, so grab your pen and paper, buckle up and enjoy the ride.
You can listen to the podcast on Apple iTunes here
You can also catch this episode on Spotify here.