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You may have recently lost a loved one. This may require the settling of an estate and dividing assets. One of those assets may include a private mortgage note. You might not have planned to sell a private mortgage note in your lifetime, but now that your relative has bequeathed you one or left one…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on October 26, 2018 | 3 Comments

For most people, their mortgage loan is the single-biggest debt they have — and that can be stressful. All the payments, the looming balance, and the other financial pressures you have weighing on you can be overwhelming. Fortunately, you don’t have to wait 30 years to be done with your high-cost mortgage. With these tips…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on September 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

A contract for deed arrangement is one that allows a home buyer to purchase a property directly from the seller, without the involvement of a traditional mortgage lender or banking institution. It generally allows for a faster transaction and can open the door to buyers with less-than-perfect credit or a solid but short employment history….

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on September 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

If you’re looking to sell your home quickly or avoid the long, lengthy processes of the bank, you may want to consider offering home seller financing to prospective buyers. What is seller financing, exactly? Put simply, it means you become the lender. In a seller financing deal, also called owner financing, the buyer would make…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on June 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

We often get asked by potential clients, “Who buys real estate contracts?” Or, more importantly, “will you buy my real estate contract?” Though we wish the answers were a clear-cut yes or no, in most cases, it’s simply not. You see, the correct answer actually depends on the person’s definition of the term “real estate…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on May 14, 2018 | 0 Comments

Whether you need a spot to house your business or are simply looking for an extra revenue stream, a commercial property can be the answer. However, buying commercial real estate isn’t the same as buying a residential home. It takes careful consideration to find the right property, the right financing and the right deal –…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on April 27, 2018 | 2 Comments

Selling a promissory note should not be a complicated undertaking. In fact, the overall process can be smooth and hassle-free when you prepare accordingly and use reputable note buyers or experienced note buying companies. As leaders in loan acquisitions and buying promissory notes, we have put together this functional guide to help you understand the…

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Posted by Jennifer Park on March 20, 2018 | 8 Comments

Already one of the lesser-known investment opportunities, seller financing has earned a poor reputation as the tactic of only the truly desperate. After all, if you are looking for monthly income and already own property, why not just use the property as a rental? In reality, seller financing — also sometimes called “owner financing” or…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on February 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

The 2016 election season has been divisive and fractious for many reasons. Job creation, foreign policy, and economics are weighing heavily on voters’ minds across the political spectrum. With the presidency, supreme court justice nominations, along with 34 Senate and all 435 House seats hanging in the balance, how will this election season shape the…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on November 7, 2016 | 0 Comments

According to a 2016 report from The New York Times, the Federal Reserve seems poised to raise interest rates due to brighter economic horizons than existed a few years ago. “Fed officials have continued to emphasize that they expect to raise rates at least once before the end of [2016],” the report states. “Some analysts…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on October 20, 2016 | 0 Comments