Note Selling

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Life happens.  Circumstances change.  Often life altering events have a negative impact on a person’s finances.  Selling your note may be the option for you.  Initially, this may sound scary, but once you explore it further you will discover it can lead to newfound financial freedom.

Multitude of Benefits

Throughout life everyone encounters many different financial situations, some favorable and others not so much.  The sale of your mortgage note to Associates in Real Estate Holdings can help you navigate through the unfavorable events described below.

  • Avoid Foreclosure

    A major unexpected illness, unemployment, relocation and divorce are just a few of the main reasons for home foreclosure.  While dealing with these life altering events, the defaulting homeowner also must be concerned about the hassles he/she may experience from the lender, the hundreds of dollars of accumulated late and default-related charges as well as hefty attorney fees.  By selling your mortgage note, you not only avoid foreclosure and all the headaches associated with it, but you also put yourself in a much stronger liquidity position.  Now you can make that major purchase or investment you have been considering.

  • Make the Most of Interest Rates

    Today’s interest rates are still low, but if you have an adjustable rate mortgage that may not be in the case in a few short years. However, many people do not budget for this possible monthly increase and the note holder must deal with the uncertainty of a steady payment income stream. To avoid this uncertain stream of future note payments, you can readily sell your mortgage note and receive an immediate lump sum of money.

    However, low interest rates present an opportune time to liquidate your note investment also because this means the market value of your mortgage is still at its highest.

  • Overcome Unexpected Everyday Expenses

    Every property has unanticipated expenses, which can be draining at times.  By selling your mortgage note, you can be rest assured that your monthly revenue stream will be consistent and not impacted by these home surprises.

Our Note Selling Process

Note holders can sell their entire note or only a portion of it.  Associates in Real Estate Holders will ensure you receive the best option for you.  As demonstrated by the steps below, our note selling process is quick and easy:

  • We will provide you a quote.
  • If it is accepted, we will draw up a contract contingent on the completion of our due diligence.
  • Once the due diligence is finalized, Associates in Real Estate Holdings will wire the funds to the title company at closing.
  • After the title company has completed its process, Associates in Real Estate Holdings will receive the original note, the allonges and other documentation.
  • The note holder receives the proceeds from the sale.

Associates in Real Estate Holdings will take care of your every concern when selling your note.  During the process you will experience:

  • Zero out-of-pocket expenses
  • Competitive home valuation
  • Sound financial backing
  • Ethical business transaction
  • Customized purchase plan
  • Knowledgeable and helpful staff

If you are interested in selling your mortgage note investment, contact us today to learn more.

Investing with Associates in Real Estate Holdings

Al Curiel, Jr., founder and president of Associates in Real Estate Holdings, not only brings over 35 years of real estate experience to every note transaction but also each investment is conducted with the highest level of integrity.  Every investment opportunity is vetted with the proper level of due diligence, resulting in above-average returns for you, the investor.  Our rates of return typically exceed those of bank accounts and many other investment vehicles.

*Note:  All rates of return are based on historical performance.


Disclosure: Please note, this is neither an offer to sell any security or an offer to purchase any security. Nothing in this communication is intended as legal or specific financial or investment advice or intended to address the objectives or needs of specific individuals. If you require legal or specific financial or investment assistance please consult your own attorney, financial planner or Trustee for legal or financial advice.