Tired of receiving monthly payments? Wishing for a lump sum of cash today? If you sold property with seller financing chances are you’ve wondered about selling the real estate note. Here’s how to sell a mortgage note, trust deed, or contract in 7 easy steps. Step #1 - Request Quote Just complete a short informational worksheet to receive a free no obligation quote. This can … [Read more...] about How to Sell Your Mortgage Note
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The terms of owner financing dramatically impact the price an investor is willing to pay should the seller ever decide to sell their note, mortgage, trust deed or contract. Use these optimum terms to structure a seller financed transaction for top dollar pricing. … [Read more...] about Structuring Notes for Top Dollar Pricing
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?
Before a note investor will pay cash to a seller for future payments, they perform what is called “due diligence”. This is really just a fancy word for research. You can simplify the process by being prepared for these common requirements. … [Read more...] about What is Due Diligence?