If you want to sell a Texas Trust Deed or a mortgage note in any other state, you are in the right place.
Obviously, you want to know how much money you can expect when you sell a Texas Trust Deed.
The value of any mortgage note is determined by the three P’s… The Payor, Property and Paperwork. We’ll discuss each of the three P’s.
To make your discussions with a mortgage buyer most productive, gather together the relevant documents before you speaking to anyone.
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While you will not receive the exact amount owed, you can still receive a substantial amount. So how do we determine what a private trust deed is worth? Let’s look at the underwriting process. This is risk-reward business. As Mortgage note buyers, we try to determine the risk involved in buying a Texas Trust Deed. The less risk involved… the more we will pay.
Returning to the three P’s… The First P we need to look at is the Payor.
we’ll want to know the credit performance of the borrower both on the note you want to sell and with his other creditors. (We will pull a soft credit report on the borrower, which won’t affect his credit report). The stronger the credit, the more we can pay.
The second P is the property.
What type of property secures the trust deed? Is it residential. commercial or raw land? What is the address of the property? We will look at the current value of the property as determined by appraisal or BPO.
The third P is the paperwork.
We’ll want to know the sales price, date of sale, down payment, interest rate and date of first payment. We’ll also want a clean title report. If you don’t have one, we will order title work as part of our due diligence.
Most of the information for the three P’s will be on the promissory note and closing statement.
Our offer for your trust deed will be net to you with no fees. The offer you receive will be the exact amount of money you will get.
We will develop a customized purchase plan to buy a Texas Trust Deed. You can sell all of your trust deed for a full buyout. Then you will no longer receive any mortgage payments and will not have to worry about what happens if the borrower stops making payments.
Or you can sell part of a Texas Trust Deed… selling several payments for a specific amount. After we receive the agreed number of payments, the monthly payments return to you.
In summary… here are some key factors to remember when selling a Texas real estate note.
- Contracts on single-family owner-occupied residences are the most desirable and will receive the smallest discount
- Notes with borrowers with strong credit are most desirable. These notes receive the highest price.
- Late or missed payments may cause problems
- Over the long haul you will probably do better by selling part of a mortgage note
- Notes with shorter terms are most desirable.
- Your Mortgage note will have the most value in low interest rate environments.
If you’re ready to sell your mortgage note but don’t know where to start, give us a call at 772-232-2383 or fill out the form on this page. Our note buyers will answer any question you have about the process, help you decide on mortgage note purchasing companies and get you started on the right track.
As mortgage note buyers for over 30 years, we have been helping note holders just like you in all kinds of situations… from selling a private mortgage, selling a private trust deed, or selling almost any owner financed note. We are here to help! When thinking that I want to sell my note online, reach out to us. Although we are National mortgage note buyers, we love buying notes in Florida and Texas. If you want to free up cash in any real estate note you own… we will help! If you’d like to speak with someone before submitting your note information, just give us a call today at (772) 232-2383. Or check out our mortgage note buying process here.
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