When people go to sell their home, the majority will still owe money on a loan from when they bought the property. Since few sellers own a property free and clear, what to do with this underlying lien is an important consideration with owner financing. … [Read more...] about Wraparounds with Underlying Liens
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Welcome to Real Deals! It’s always easier to learn from real life so here we share information from actual owner financed transactions. It can be challenging to obtain non-recourse loans necessary to finance the purchase of real estate in an IRA, 401(k), or other type of self-directed retirement account. Seller financing can be a viable alternative financing solution. … [Read more...] about Real Deal #148 – Seller Financing for IRA Investments!
Welcome to Real Deals! It’s always easier to learn from real life so here we share information from actual owner financed transactions. A seller-financed note is an asset. The seller can elect to hold the asset collecting payments, sell the note, or leave to heirs as part of their estate. Many heirs would prefer cash now rather than payments over time. A large number of notes … [Read more...] about Real Deal #147 – Estate Note in Arizona
Prior to purchasing a seller financed note, the investor might ask for a payer estoppel. This simple one page letter or document is sent to the person making payments on the note, mortgage, deed of trust, or real estate contract. The estoppel explains the investor is contemplating the purchase of the note, reassuring the payer that all terms and conditions will remain the … [Read more...] about What is a Payer Estoppel?
Who wants to wait for the monthly note payments to trickle in over the next 5, 15, or 30 years? It makes sense that more sellers would be willing to carry back owner financing for the buyer if they knew how to sell all or part of their note for cash shortly after closing. … [Read more...] about Temporary Seller Financing