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Amerinote Xchange Blog: Note Seller Tips

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A partial purchase mortgage note offer can deliver serious benefits. You get instant access to cash by selling a portion of your note to a buyer, while still retaining regular interest payments and enjoying some serious tax benefits to boot. But accepting a partial purchase mortgage note offer isn’t the right move for every note…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on January 26, 2019 | 2 Comments

You’ve got the landlord bug. You have one property, it’s bringing in a steady amount of income, and you’re ready to bring in some more real estate to build out your portfolio — but you’re not sure how. In fact, you’ve even found yourself wondering, “What is a property portfolio anyway?” What is a Property…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on November 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

If you’re ready to have a property taken off your hands, there’s always a way to do it – even if you still have an outstanding mortgage balance on the house. In fact, as surprising as it may be, selling a home with a mortgage is actually pretty common. Whether you’re a homeowner looking to…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on May 31, 2018 | 0 Comments

If you are in possession of a mortgage note or if you carry paper on a seller financed property, the decision will come up sooner or later: should you sell your mortgage note? If you have seller financed a property, you are unlikely to hold onto the note for the full 15-30 years it takes…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on June 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

As a property investor, chances are you have done extensive research into the best ways to invest and grow your wealth. Like many investors, you have done your due diligence in seeking out the best opportunities, and finding ways to maximize them. You’ve diversified your investments into multiple streams of income, and have learned when…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on March 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

As an investor, you are presumably familiar with Dodd-Frank, the 2010 legislation that placed the responsibility for regulating the finance industry into the hands of Congress. It wasn’t the first of its kind, but it certainly was the most far-reaching, in an attempt by the government to avoid risky banking practices and another recession. We…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on February 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

For many Americans, owning their own home is a big part of fulfilling the American dream. However, when they’re ready to buy a house, most people need a mortgage loan to facilitate the purchase. Before they receive the loan, the bank they plan to receive it from examines their loan qualifications closely. What positive characteristics…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on August 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

Prospective homebuyers can run into several financing problems when they try to buy their future home. A buyer’s financial situation may not fit neatly within their bank’s requirements for mortgage approval. An unpredictable salary, a lack of pay stubs or W-2 forms, or a less-than-exemplary credit score can create major obstacles. In these situations, a…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on June 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

How Does Seller Financing Work? A seller financing agreement — also known as an owner financed mortgage — occurs when a home seller lends a homebuyer the money needed to purchase the seller’s property. In this guide, we’ll show you how the process works, explain the benefits, and answer commonly asked questions about the topic….

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on June 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

Here is a question that comes up from time to time with many private note sellers which is: Can I get scammed when selling my private mortgage note? This is obviously a question that would need to be addressed (and answered) if you are planning on selling your mortgage note on the secondary loan market….

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on January 10, 2014 | 0 Comments