Notes - Posted by Dan-Pa

Posted by Michael Morrongiello on February 16, 2001 at 22:05:11:

This is a partial truth as it is in your best interest to document clearly that you have been collecting payments on your note(s) in a relatively timely fashion. With payors that have strong credit, it is “assumed” that they are paying on time, however with payors who have had past blemishes on their credit, its not so easy to give that type of customer the benifit of doubt. Some note funders solely make their underwriting decisions based on these issues and the payor credit, others note investors look at a variety of other variables and can be more flexible.

So get in the habit of insisting on your “scratch n dent” type payors to pay you by money order or check. At least this way these can be copied, or receipts generated, and /or seperately deposited.

To your success,
Michael Morrongiello

Notes - Posted by Dan-Pa

Posted by Dan-Pa on February 16, 2001 at 21:27:26:

I have a question about discounting some notes I have. My one note has my buyers paying me by cash and I was told that I would not be able to find a buyer for my note on the property. They have had some bad credit in the past but have never missed a payment to me in the one year that they have been buying from me and the seven years prior when they rented to me. I was told by one person that since they have paid by cash most of there life that I would have a very hard time selling the note. Is this true or do you know of people or companies who will be willing to by it? Thanks Dan