Curious About Selling Your Note?
If you’ve ever asked the question, “can I sell my mortgage note?” or “how do I sell my mortgage note?”, this guide has the answers and will help you take the first step to becoming a more informed note holder.
We love to work with note holders that both understand what their goals are in selling their note along with what separates a good note from a bad one. If this is the first time you’ve sold a note, or maybe you’re considering seller financing as an option to sell a piece of property you own, you owe it to yourself, and your borrower, to understand all you can about this option.
Here is some of the information this guide covers:
- What makes a good note?
- How can I maintain the value of my note?
- What questions should I ask my tax professional?
- Note safety
- How to sell a seller carry back note
- What to expect if you have to foreclose on a borrower
- Much more
We’ve seen note holders destroy their ability to re-sell their notes by doing things incorrectly. Don’t let this happen to you. Even if you aren’t considering selling your note, this Note Holder’s Handbook has something to offer.
And we’re giving the information away.
Knowledge Is Power: By taking advantage of this FREE resource, you’re taking the first step in reducing the stress and maximizing the profit of owning your note.
If you’re interested in getting a quote for your mortgage note to see how much it’s worth, click here provide us the information we need to start a conversation and we’ll provide you with a free, no-obligation quote within 1-2 business days.
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“…private mortgage notes can be sold and thus converted into cash. The amount they sell for is based on the principal balance, the number of payments that have been made (referred to as “seasoning”), the number of remaining payments, the home’s (or other asset) appraised value and the borrower’s creditworthiness.