Mortgage Note: Who owns mine?

Mortgage Note: Who owns mine?

Mortage Note Note Ownership American Equity Funding (AEF) owns each mortgage note it purchases and also receives the payments. In many cases, however, the notes are brokered to a bank or other financial institution. The payments are then received by the new buyer and American Equity Funding ensures a smooth process.   Note Financing Banks

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Owner Financed Notes, American Equity Funding

Choosing a Buyer for Owner Financed Notes

Owner Financed Notes In today’s market, owner financed notes are typically purchased by three primary sources; the note payer (buyer of the property), a corporate note buyer, or a private note buyer. Perfect Scenario The ideal situation is, of course, for the note payer to pay the note off at the full face amount. In

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The Wade Estate- Dallas, Texas

By: Angie Roberts Harris The Wade Estate comprises a stunning 7,804 square foot home with 4 bedrooms and 4 1/2 baths plus a three car attached garage. The home rests on 10 acres, offering a dramatic park-like setting and a lifestyle of choices! Beginnings The Wade family founded the Wade Transmission & Gear Company in

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mortgage note buyers

3 Things American Equity Funding Does That Other Mortgage Note Buyers Don’t (Or Won’t)

When you bring in a recently created mortgage note or deed of trust to American Equity funding, you most likely are already aware that it is a complex numerical system of recurring transactions and compound interest. Already sound scary? As the ever-educated mortgage note seller, you’re also most likely aware there are multiple mortgage note

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