Temporary Seller Financing with Direct Buyout
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Temporary Seller Financing with Direct Buyout

It’s Easier Than You Think!

Sell Your Property Quickly, At Current Market Value

Keep More Money, Make Your Neighbors LOVE You!

Cash To You Quickly

The Real Estate and Mortgage Market is tight and it could be driving down the value of your property!

If you have over 40% or more equity in your property, you could carry back a note at the time of sale.  The words “Owner Will Carry” or “Seller Will Finance” can bring in a much larger pool of potential buyers!

You may be familiar with the idea of carrying back a second mortgage for the buyer of your property, but you may not be familiar with an option that could put more cash in your pocket and give you options you never dreamed of: carry back the first mortgage!

A properly structured first mortgage is highly desirable to many investors, and you can have cash in your pocket in as little as 30 days after the sale of your property, OR a lump sum of cash AND payments to you when you need a reliable fixed income.

Recent Example

Frank and Patty X had their property appraised at $250,000 and put it on the market.  After being on the market for 12 months, and dropping their price to $150,000, they took the advice of a note buyer, and returned the asking price to market level of $250,000, with the words “Seller Will Finance” in the listing.  The property sold in 45 days for $250,000. They kept the down payment of $25,000, and carried back a note for $225,000 the remainder. 30 days after the sale of the property, they sold the note to a happy investor for $159,000, for a total of $184,000.

The property was sold for almost 30% more than if they sold the property at the previously mentioned reduced price!  AND the property sold in 45 days at a price that made them, their realtor and their neighbors very happy.

8 Simple Steps To Get Your Money Quickly Using Seller Financing

Step 1 – Get a Professional Appraisal of the Property

  • Hire a licensed appraiser and ask for a true valuation of the property to help determine your asking price.  It is important that you do NOT ask them to arrive at a particular number.  You are looking for the TRUE market value of the property.

Step 2 – Work with a Realtor who specializes in Your Type and Location of Property

  • You need the experience and marketing resources of a professional Realtor in order to gain maximum exposure for your property.  (And a word to the wise: don’t try to skimp on broker commissions – it may discourage other agents from showing your property!)

Step 3 – Be Sure that Seller Financing is Right for You

  • Seller Financing works best when the owner of the property has 40% or greater equity in the property, and you don’t need all your money right away to move into another property.  You will have a down payment to work with at closing and additional moneys from the sale of your note as soon as 30 days after close of escrow.  Call Rosado One Capital at 860-482-0148 or email us at [email protected] for a free no obligation consultation.

Step 4 – Structure a Proposed Financing Arrangement

  • You want to structure a proposed financing arrangement that 1) meets your needs, 2) will be attractive to note investors when you want to cash it out, and 3) that you can advertise to potential buyers of your property.
  • Here are a few current guidelines that will help insure that you get top dollar for your seller financed note:
    • Use standard Realtor provided contracts.  This will help make sure that important protective language is included.
    • For a single family home (SFH), get at least 10% CASH down payment or more.  Other types of properties will be higher.
    • For a SFH, use a 9% interest rate or higher
    • Use a 30 year amortization, with a seven year balloon payment
    • Run a credit check on the potential buyer, and look for a 625 or higher credit score
  • Notes with different terms are still saleable, but will likely result in lower proceeds to you, the seller. 

Step 5 – Strut Your Stuff

  • Set your asking price according to the appraisal.  Be sure your offer of Seller Financing is featured prominently in all advertising for the property, especially the MLS.  But also work with your agent to include other sources, including Craigslist, Backpage and other free sources.
  • Examples of wording that gets results:
    • No Bank Qualifying!
    • Dented Credit OK!
    • Seller Financing Available
    • $10% down and low monthly payments moves you in!
    • Etc…

Step 6 – Watch in Amazement How Much Interest Develops in Your Property

  • There are many people who want to buy your property but can’t qualify for conventional financing these days.  Prepare yourself for much more traffic AND offers!

Step 7 – Prepare a Saleable Note

  • When an offer comes in, work with your Realtor and Rosado One Capital to prepare a note that meets the needs of the transaction and of the note buying investor.  Be sure to run a credit check on the potential buyer.

Step 8 – Sell the Note and Get Your Money

  • You can get money for your note in as quick as 30 days after the sale of your property (and this can be arranged prior to the closing of the property sale).

Rosado One Capital works in conjunction with you and your real estate agent (if necessary) to bring about creative solutions to the issues that come about in today’s challenging real estate market.

Call us, and let us design a seller financing package that will sell your property quickly in our current real estate market, and put cash in your pocket in as little as 30 days from closing.

Contact Rosado One Capital at 860-482-0148 or email [email protected] for a free no obligation consultation.