September 24, 2017

How to Sell Your Mortgage Note

Want freedom from collecting payments for the next 10, 20, or even 30 years? Prefer 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 a Quote - Just complete a short informational worksheet to receive a free no … [Read more...]

Learn the Value of Your Mortgage Note

Wondering just how much your mortgage note is worth? The value of a note or contract is affected by many factors including the: Down Payment Terms of the Note Buyer’s Credit Rating and Payment History Type of Property Sold and Its Current Value Since each transaction is unique, we offer a free note analysis based on your individual situation. Fortunately it is easy to obtain a … [Read more...]

Protect Your Mortgage Note With Current Taxes and Insurance

A buyer failing to make payments on the mortgage note isn't your only worry. Understandably, a buyer that stops making payments is a major concern when using owner financing. After all, a seller-financed note is a very valuable asset. Unfortunately many sellers fail to protect their asset when it comes to another area...verifying current property insurance and taxes.   Next to … [Read more...]

Payment Histories Increase Note Values

Want top dollar when selling mortgage notes? Increase the value with payment histories! Keeping an accurate record of the payments received on a mortgage note is essential for knowing how much the buyer still owes.  This also establishes a record of their payment habits - with an added benefit. The value of a note can be improved by presenting note buyers a verifiable payment … [Read more...]

Can I Sell Part of My Mortgage Note?

Owner Financing doesn't have to mean waiting years or decades to receive money. Sellers have the choice to sell all or just part of their future payments for cash today. Option 1 - When note buyers purchase all the remaining payments on a land contract, mortgage note, or trust deed it is considered a full purchase. Option 2 - When the note buyer purchases just a portion of the remaining … [Read more...]

Safe Seller Financing Tips

It’s a tough time to sell a house. Hoping to stand out from the crowd, sellers are advertising "Owner Will Finance!" Accepting payments over time provides buyers an alternative to bank financing. Of course sellers don’t want to trade a house that won’t sell for a buyer that won’t pay. Before you agree to "Be the Bank" read these 7 Tips For Safe Seller Financing! … [Read more...]

Why Sell My Mortgage Note?

Accepting payments on the sale of real estate might have made sense at the time, but circumstances change. Many sellers discover they would now prefer cash today rather than the small amount that trickles in each month. Here are just a few reasons people have sold all or part of their seller financed mortgage notes for cash: … [Read more...]

Sell Property Fast With Owner Financing

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 just reducing price... consider offering owner financing to sell a property quickly! In today’s real estate market obtaining a mortgage can be a large stumbling block to home ownership. … [Read more...]

Use Outside Closings To Sell Mortgage Notes!

Ready to sell mortgage notes? Protect yourself with outside closings! When an investor has performed their research and is ready to purchase a private mortgage note they will ask the seller to deliver original documents (note, recorded mortgage, etc.) and sign the transfer package. The Note Buyer The note buyer will want these original documents before the funds are released to the … [Read more...]

What is Seller Financing?

When a seller allows a buyer to make payments over time for the purchase of property, it is known as owner financing or seller financing. This private financing by the seller can take the place of a bank loan or be in addition to a conventional mortgage. The payment amount, interest rate, and other terms are agreed upon between the buyer and seller. The amount financed by the seller will … [Read more...]