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The Gold Collar Investor

Oct 4, 2021

In today’s show, Pancham interviews Matthew Sullivan - founder and CEO of QuantmRE.

Who would have thought that there’s a new way to have access to a portion of your real estate’s equity without increasing your debt? With over 30 years of experience, Matthew has grasped this new financing tool that doesn’t take any interest, has no monthly payments, and is certainly not a loan!

In this episode, he’ll dissect this concept that seems to be too good to be true and how it is possible. He’ll share how home equity agreements differ from home equity loans and HELOCs, how it protects homeowners from financial burdens, and has explained using different scenarios to understand this concept better!

Listen and enjoy the show!



“Equity is just another instrument that is to be used to find capital. It is all about education. Our biggest challenge is getting people to understand that there are now options which are very valuable to people that cannot borrow money or they want to borrow money.”

Timestamped Shownotes:

  • 2:04 - Pancham introduces Matthew to the show
  • 3:44 - His diversified ventures and how he got into investing
  • 5:32 - How QuantmRE helps with giving you equity freedom
  • 7:07 - Guide on how these equity-based transactions works
  • 14:20 - How their pricing strategy is a win-win situation
  • 18:30 - On property valuation and appraisal to offer good deals
  • 21:38 - Expected closing costs and returns with their investments (and how it’s dependent on the property’s value!)
  • 34:24 - Taking the Leap Round
  • 34:24 - His 1st investment outside of Wall Street
  • 36:03 - Fears when he first got into investing
  • 37:23 - His investment that didn't go as expected
  • 38:45 - Why investors should do their research before investing
  • 40:21 - Where you can connect with Matthew

3 Key Points:

  1. Their home equity agreement is different from equity loans in a way that there’s no additional debt as they invest by paying a share of the property’s equity.
  2. When investors bought a share of a property’s equity, they don't automatically become owners of the property but is simply an agreement that both have to be obliged.
  3. The expected returns will depend on the value of the property thus the company shares in the property’s gain or loss and helps in the owner’s debt burden.

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