Sell Your Note For Cash
We Can Pay You Cash for Mortgage Notes, Lottery Winnings, Court Settlements, etc.
Here are some Frequently Asked Questions:
What is a note?
A written document that states a promise to pay, and the terms which include the amount, interest rate and length of time in which to fulfill this promise.
What if I want cash now instead of waiting 30 years to get paid back?
That's where we come in. We work with investors who are interested in purchasing your note (or your client's note) from you so you can have the money you need. This way, you don't have to worry about late payments or non-payment any longer!
Who invests in notes?
Actually, there are thousands of individuals across the country who invest in notes. However, they are small time compared to the banks and pension fund managers -- they are the biggest investors in promissory notes because they are considered to be fairly safe investments. Additionally, investors will know their yield before they even buy the note -- you can't get that from investing in the stock market!
How is the value of my note determined?
There are several factors that are taken into account when determining the current value of a note. They include:
Do I have to sell my whole note or is it possible to sell a portion of the note to meet my current financial needs?
Most note buyers will purchase all or a portion of the remaining payments of your note. If your note is of good quality, note buyers will structure the purchase to meet your needs.
How long will it take before I get my money?
Normal closing time is 2 to 3 weeks, once we have lined up a buyer. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us. We will be happy to help you.
Why is now a good time to sell my note?
Investors are willing to pay more for notes when interest rates are relatively low.
How do I begin the process?
To begin the process, we ask that you fill out our Quote Request Form and submit it to us. We will then contact you for further information regarding your cash flow note.
Cash Paid For Mortgage Notes, Lottery Winnings, Court Settlements & Other Notes