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April 05, 2010

Sell Real Estate Note

Many people are electing to sell real estate note in order to break even on their investment. Others need to sell realty notes in order to obtain a lump sum of cash to pay off credit cards and outstanding debts or to fund the purchase of another investment property. Regardless of the reason, note holders need to follow legal protocol to protect their interest.

When note holders sell real estate note, both the buyer and seller are legally obligated to fulfill their end of the bargain. Before property transfer can occur both parties must submit required documents to the court to record the transfer. It is best to work with a real estate attorney to ensure all aspects of the realty contract adhere to federal, state and local laws.

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March 11, 2009

Deed of Trust

A deed of trust is a legal document used to secure interest in real estate. Some states use trust deeds instead of mortgages. Although these two documents are similar in nature there is one primary difference. With a deed of trust the lender retains the property title until the loan is paid in full. With a mortgage, the buyer holds the title while the lender is provided with a property lien.

Deed of trust mortgages involve three parties and include the borrower, lender and trustee. The borrower is provided with a mortgage loan through the lender and must designate the lender as beneficiary to the legal title. The trustee retains the property title throughout the duration of the loan.

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August 02, 2008

CREOnline.com Investors Education Resource.

CREOnline.com is the brainchild of prominent real estate investors, J.P and Terry Vaughn. J.P. Vaughn possesses 20 years of real estate investing experience and is the author of "How to Buy Your Dream House for 1/2 Price." Terry Vaughn has been involved in real estate investing since the mid-70s. He has taught more than 30,000 people how to succeed in the real estate game. Terry's popular home study course, "Paper into Gold", teaches investors how to achieve guaranteed income for life buying and trading real estate notes.

Together, their pooled knowledge makes CREOneline.com one of the most highly-respected and frequently visited real estate investing websites. Creative Real Estate Online is a one-stop shop for anyone interested in learning the benefits of real estate investing. From novice to seasoned investors, CREOnline.com provides solid, up-to-date information on the ever-changing real estate market.

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October 03, 2007

Real Estate Notes

Real estate notes are legal documents used to assign buyer rights and record details of the transaction. Also known as "real estate receivables," these documents are created when a piece of real estate or land is sold. It could be a mortgage note, land contract, or contract sale where the buyer makes cash payments directly to the seller.

In essence, real estate notes are used as collateral and to document the promise to pay the note. They are frequently used along with mortgages and aide in the financing of real property. They are almost always used when the seller offers seller carry back financing. In this type of real estate transaction the seller carries a portion or the entire amount of the loan. The buyer pays the seller a down payment and the balance is paid in installments.

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September 23, 2007

Real Estate Notes and Land Contracts

Real estate notes and land contracts are legal documents created when one individual sells real estate or land to another individual. Also referred to as "real estate receivables," these notes are used to secure real estate transactions; particularly when the seller provides private financing.

When real estate notes and land contracts are privately financed by the property owner, it is referred to as seller carry back financing. In this type of financial arrangement, the property owner acts as the lending institution. Some sellers carry back only a portion of the loan, while others agree to finance the entire amount.

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September 05, 2007

Business Notes can be Sold for Hard Cash.

Business notes are legally binding financial agreements used between two or more parties to document the sale of a business. There is no real estate involved in these types of transactions; therefore, the actual business and business assets are used as collateral to secure the loan.

Business notes are created when a business owner provides financing to the buyer. Owner financing is particularly helpful for small business owners because it is oftentimes difficult to obtain a small business loan from conventional lending institutions.

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August 17, 2007

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 hand…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-term…or so it seems.

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