Need To Sell Your Mortgage Note?
We Buy Notes Nationwide, and Gardiner Capital Group May Be Able To Buy Your Note Payments .. Get A Fair Offer Within 48 Hours.
Tell us the basics about your note – Quick, Easy & Free!
If it meets our buying criteria, we’ll contact you to set up a quick phone appointment
We’ll present you w/ a fair written, no-obligation offer
Pay ZERO fees. We do all of the work. You have a cashiers check in hand in 14 – 21 days
Timeframe: Once we get your info, we’re usually able to make you a fair cash offer within 24-48 hours. From there, we can close as quickly as 14-21 days if you need to.
Selling Your Private Mortgage Note To Gardiner Capital Group Can Be A Simple And Easy Process
Gardiner Capital Group buys private mortgage notes all over the country. If you’re looking for someone to help you in your current situation by showing you creative options… some of which may be able to get you close to the full face value of the note… rather than someone who is just going to throw you a low-ball offer, connect with us and lets talk about what you’re trying to achieve. Give us a call at 214-225-6479 to talk about your note and the options you have and how much we can pay you for your real estate note.
Borrower hasn’t made a payment in a while … or perhaps is making payments, but is a littel behind? Don’t worry if the borrower is a bit of a mess and the note might be a bit “ugly”. We’ve been known to buy notes that many note holders think are a lost cause. So, give us a try! No Obligation and No Hassle at all.
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We buy real estate notes, mortgages, and other types of notes fast. Put your address and email below and answer 5 easy questions on the next page to get a cash offer in 24 hours!
“…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.