Owner financing is on the rise with more sellers agreeing to accept payments from buyers. There are many reasons people agree to a carry-back real estate notes including: Quick sale of the property Monthly income from the note No hassles of bank financing More qualified buyers Property that is hard to sell or finance Rather than waiting 20-30 years for payments, … [Read more...] about Questions on Selling Mortgage Notes
There is a new site connecting sellers and buyers that want to use owner financing. Note Investor caught up with Fernando Sanchez, founder, and asked him to share his vision. He explains how his site can help homeowners that want to offer seller financing and take back a real estate note. … [Read more...] about Owner Financing Made Easy For Sellers and Home Buyers
Private property owners have been swept into the regulations of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Financial Protection Act which was signed into law in July 2010. Owner financing will be regulated in Title XIV Section 1401(2) (E) Mortgage Loan Origination Standards. The law restricts private property owners who want to sell their own property using owner financing … [Read more...] about Dodd-Frank Hijacks Owner Financing
Owner financing seemed like a good idea at the time. Let the buyer make payments and get the property sold. After all the seller carry back is known for attracting purchasers and providing quick closings, without the hassles or fees of a conventional bank loan. But circumstances change and many sellers would prefer a lump sum of cash today rather than monthly payments that … [Read more...] about Why Sell My Mortgage Note?
Buying and selling mortgage notes is all about receiving those monthly payments. Keeping accurate records will show how much the buyer still owes along with their payment habits. Plus, it improves the value of the note to investors. … [Read more...] about Note Buyers Love Payment Histories