Note Buyer, Real Estate
Current Situation, Note Buyers, Nationwide Note Buyers offering top dollars. 1-856-751-8254
How does the current real estate situation affect selling your
As a note buyer during turbulent times in the real estate
market, we are taking a much more careful approach to our note
These are some of the factors that are affecting the notes
market right now :
There are too many note holders trying
to get rid of their notes.
There is too little cash available in
our financial system to purchase private notes.
Real estate values have deteriorated
across the country and foreclosures have increased to an
alarming rate to the point that the government is actively
helping owners out.
Even large banks got caught with large
portfolios of non-performing notes or real-estate secured
instruments and the government had to intervene.
There is no such a thing as
preferential treatment in a global situation where even
large institutions are collapsing and/or need government
A couple of years ago, we were saying that
that was the perfect time to sell your private mortgage note. Unfortunately, we were right and realistically
the value of private mortgage notes of all types has decreased
considerably with no end to this in sight.
As a result of this, we'll offer you
the best there is to offer in the current market, but you need to lower your
expectations if you really want to
sell your note these days.
You have to make a decision : selling your note in the current
market for cash at a fair
discount or keeping your note and continue receiving your
monthly payments, considering the current market outlook.
We are interested in the following types of deals
Principals only (note holders). We'll deal
with attorneys or trustees, but no brokers or
First position mortgages only.
Minimum Note value of $50,000. (Or
packages of notes totaling $50,000)
online form filled out with
all the information available.
Have available to submit by
fax (or pdf attachment by email, preferably)
- a copy of the Note
- a copy of the settlement statement (HUD1)
- Payor's payment history
- 30-day current credit record of payor, if available.
Once we receive the
online form, if
interested, we'll make contact, possibly request more
information and prepare a quote. If you accept it, we can move
If you have any questions, we would prefer to be contacted by
email or contact form. If you call us, chances are you'll have
to leave a message. We will give priority to returning
calls to people that have filled out the
Thanks for your understanding.