When a property isn’t selling most real estate agents are quick to suggest a reduction to the sales price. It is common to see the tag line “Price Reduced” added to for sale signs, listings and ads. Rather than reducing price it pays to consider offering owner financing to sell a property quickly. … [Read more...] about Need to Move a Property? Consider Owner Financing!
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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...] about Making Money Using “Buy Full – Sell Short”
More and more sellers are being asked to carry back a second mortgage for the buyer – especially with the banks still keeping a pretty tight reign on lending. While seller financing can be a viable alternative to bank loans when it is the buyer’s primary obligation or first lien, a second lien has considerably more risk. … [Read more...] about Should I Owner Finance a Second Mortgage?
There are two primary pricing models in the note business commonly referred to as wholesale and retail. These terms differentiate what party will be paying the costs and may also refer to who is handling the processing. … [Read more...] about Wholesale or Retail?
Should you obtain multiple investor quotes when selling a note? There are two differing camps of opinion based of course on one’s perspective. … [Read more...] about Multiple Quote Requests