Wanting to sell your seller financed note?

How to liquidate your note

If you were the seller in an owner carry real estate transaction, you agreed to accept your equity in payments over a set period of time, rather than receive a lump sum at closing. You became the lender for the buyer of the property.

There are many reasons a seller may choose to carry the mortgage note on a property they are selling:  Taxes, A favor for a friend, or just to get the darn transaction closed after a traditional lender kept adding new stipulations to close every other week. 

At the time, it may have seemed like a good idea (or even necessary) to do seller financing in order to sell your property, but maybe now liquidating the future payments of your mortgage note into cash today may sound better.

That’s where we come in.

We've helped thousands of people like you

As one of the leading buyers of private mortgage notes in the country, we understand what you are up against and have helped over three thousands of note holders just like you sell their mortgage note in a timely manner and for fair market value.

If you are just starting the process of discovering what your options are as the holder of a private mortgage note, you have come to the right place.  Our team of specialists can help you decide if selling your note is in your best interest and help guide you to the right solution to meet your goals. 

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