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Amerinote Xchange Blog: Sell Mortgage Note

We have been purchasing notes, mortgages and real estate contracts for over a decade and we pride ourselves on a unique client experience at the best price possible.

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

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

We’ve talked about this before, but the real estate market across the country is on fire. Inventory is going fast, and there are far more buyers than sellers. This is a boon especially in luxury markets like South Florida. Or, it was. This hurricane season has already seen three major storms, with more possibly on…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on October 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

Everyone in real estate and mortgage investment, from run-of-the-mill home buyers to sophisticated people helping someone’s sell mortgage note idea become a reality note buyers online to real estate moguls, is looking for that once-in-a-lifetime deal. And those deals that do come around in the higher priced markets – they are like realty unicorns. Often talked…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on September 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

Tenants may be familiar with the fear of their homes being sold out from under them. But what if, instead of your home, it was your whole street? Residents of San Francisco’s high-end Presidio Terrace neighborhood were shocked to discover that their entire street, including sidewalks, common spaces, and parking spots had been sold to…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on August 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

When you start getting involved in buying and selling real estate notes, it can seem like there is a secret language, known only to buyers and lenders. “Mortgage” is simple enough, but once phrases like “deeds of trust” and “promissory note” start getting thrown around, the whole thing can start to seem like a confusing…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on April 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

Many seller financing agreements are for properties that serve as a primary residence or place of business. But owner financed mortgage notes can also be used for the sale of second homes and investment properties. Let’s examine three ways that owner financed mortgage notes for these two types of properties benefit sellers: selling property out…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on December 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Why are individuals or entities like note buyers interested in buying a mortgage note as an investment? To understand this we must understand what is a mortgage note? A mortgage note is a written agreement between a property seller and the property’s buyer that specifies that the buyer will pay off the mortgage the note secures….

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on June 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

If you’re in the real estate industry, then you are probably familiar with the Dodd Frank legislation that went into effect on January 10, 2014. Dodd Frank and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau were enacted to protect consumers from the predatory loan practices of institutions and lenders. While seller financing is only a small fraction…

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on June 11, 2015 | 11 Comments

If you’re not in real estate, knowing the difference between a mortgage vs. promissory note can get complicated and convoluted. They both are important documents that you’ll sign when you buy a home. However, while those documents are both meant to ensure that the lender gets repaid, there are some major differences between the two. …

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Posted by Tara Mastroeni on May 29, 2015 | 0 Comments