Full or Partial Mortgage Sale? It’s All Dollars and “Sense”

Deciding whether or not to sell your mortgage note is easier when someone simply offers you a “Full” purchase. In addition to being a straightforward buyout of all the remaining payments, it also makes it easy to determine what you are receiving. For example, if you are offered $85,316 for a $100,000 balance mortgage note, you are selling the note at a $14,684 discount. That may sound like a lot, but you now have $85,316 up front rather than waiting over time to collect payments. The part that … [Read more...]

Making Money Using “Buy Full – Sell Short”

One of the most powerful wealth building techniques in the cash flow industry is the “Buy Full – Sell Short” strategy. Capitalizing on the power of compounding interest and the time value of money, it enables note brokers to own rights to future note payments with little to no money of their own. … [Read more...]

What is a Partial Note Purchase?

When a seller allows a buyer to purchase property on installment the terms of repayment are usually spelled out in a Promissory Note or Real Estate Contact. Sellers may also elect to sell and assign their rights to future payments. When an investor purchases all the remaining payments it is considered a full purchase. When an investor purchases just a portion of the remaining payments it is considered a partial purchase. For example, a note has a balance of  $90,000 at 9.0% interest payable … [Read more...]