Instead of selling your entire asset, many note sellers have taken advantage of selling just part of their future payments to get the cash they need today.
With ‘Partials,’ owner financing doesn’t have to mean waiting years or decades to receive money – sellers today have multiple options when selling their notes.
One option is when the note investor purchases all the remaining payments on a land contract, mortgage note, or trust deed. This is considered a FULL purchase.
Another option is when the note investor purchases just a portion of the remaining payments…leaving some portion of the note with the seller. This is considered a PARTIAL purchase.
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