Keeping an accurate record of the payments received on the promissory note shows how much the buyer still owes along with their payment habits. Plus, note sellers can also improve the value of their note by providing a verifiable payment history to the investor! … [Read more...] about Increase Value with Payment Histories
“Seasoning” is the term used to describe the amount of time the payer has been making payments. The general rule of thumb is the longer the better, with 12 months or more optimal. That is not to say that a note won’t be sold unless there is a lot of seasoning. It just means the investor will be looking at other variables of the deal that minimize risk. … [Read more...] about What is Note Seasoning?