Real Estate Notes Why You Need to Invest in Them
Sell your real estate note, save your credit rating, neatly dispose of your property, and get you cash in handâ€¦fast.
When you hold a real estate note, you hold paper; an IOU that's worthless in the short-term but extremely valuable in the long-termâ€¦or so it seems.
If you're like most people, you'd rather have cash today and be preparing to relax on a tropical vacation while your still young!
This is why real estate note investors are doing a lot of business. It's why they're in business to begin with. More and more people want to cash in on their real estate investments before rising interest rates and living costs undermine the true value. Seller carry back mortgages are sound long-term investments but your money is still worth more today than it will be tomorrow.
Most real estate investments pay dividends over a long period of time. When you finance the sale of your property, you're acting as the lender to your buyers. The loan you make is paid back over time, usually with interest between 8% and 10%.
Although it's a valuable investment, you receive installments of cash over time and it usually takes years for you to receive the full amount.
If you sell your mortgage note to an investor, you get cash fast and alleviate the stress of monitoring repayments from your buyer.
Simon Volkov offers a range of solutions for real estate mortgage and trust note holders looking for cash. Sell your entire note or just a couple of payments to get the cash you need when you need it. One phone call gets you the information and support from a dedicated private investor with vast resources and experience.
Let Simon Volkov pay you a cash lump sum. Find out how much your real estate note is worth today and get cash tomorrow. We'll set up a comprehensive yet simple deal to get you what you need. Call now or go to the real estate form page at www.simonvolkov.com and fill out the form that fits your situation. Make sure the information you submit is current and accurate; we'll take it from there.
Published on August 17, 2007 at 08:03 AM | Comments: 1