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Note Safety

A low loan-to-value ratio makes your note safer and increases its resale value. The loan-to-value ratio for your note is the sum of the current loan balance for your loan and all senior loans divided by the current market value of the property securing the note.
Loan-to-value ratio for a second loan having a current balance of $30,000, an underlying first deed of trust with a loan balance of $100,000 and a current property value of $200,000 is 65% (130,000÷ 200,000).
The priority of your note and deed of trust on the property (first position, second position, etc.) is critical to the note’s value and should be maintained with that in mind.

Learning The Hard Way

When I got started in the business and learning from my attorney friend, after about five days in, he patted me on the back and said, “You know, go get ’em tiger.” I went back home and started scratching my head because there was no marketing strategy or plan. It was just like, “There you […]

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Getting Started With Notes

I have noticed that there are a lot of people involved in real estate nowadays, especially the fix and flip market. I see the banks are not addressing the under-served side of the consumer base, meaning people that earn less than $150,000. Home ownership, as far as home values go, is not typically served or […]

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Yields and Returns on Capital

Yields The beauty of the note business and the challenge of the note business at the same time is the infamous question of “what is your yield?” Or “what kind of return are you looking for?” We get that question on a regular basis from sellers and we also get that question on a regular […]

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Power of Credit

Credit plays a big role when it comes to notes. You still have to have good credit, and we look at this in length. What’s driving this person’s credit down? Is it the fact they went through a tough season and they haven’t taken time to re-establish credit? Are the issues on their credit old […]

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Working With Title Companies to Source Deals

This week, I want to introduce you to a strategy that I have been using throughout my years in business… That is working with the servicing division of local title companies to source Note Deals and advertise your company. The large title companies that we know on a nationwide basis, places like First American, Fidelity […]

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PINNACLE INVESTMENTS OFFERS BOOK ON HOW TO BREAK INTO MORTGAGE INVESTMENTS

CHANDLER, AZ (2/5/19)— Mortgage notes have always been one of investor’s best-kept secrets, according to Pinnacle Investment’s own Troy Fullwood. They are a low-entry opportunity with potential for steady long-term monthly income. So why are so few investors utilizing notes within their own investment portfolios? According to Fullwood there is a lack of information on […]

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The Key Elements of Successful Real Estate Investing in Mortgages

For those who want to start building some wealth, real estate investing can actually be the ticket that could make that happen. There are quite a few steps that need to be to followed in order to become a thriving real estate investor. Step one: getting a real estate education. Real estate investing is a […]

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Demand in the Real Estate Industry

The real estate industry’s pared-down definition is land. However, it’s much more complicated than that. The industry involves the buying, selling, renting, leasing, and management of commercial, residential, agricultural, and other kinds of property, including all the functions that support such activity, such as appraising and financing. The successful realtor is necessarily a shrewd salesperson […]

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Investing in Non-performing Loans

Investing with Non-performing Loans Investing in Non Performing Notes can be one more revenue stream to use in your real estate business. You can purchase some notes for 50 cents on the dollar or less. Buying notes at 50 cents on the dollar does not guarantee a good investment, but if you can buy a […]

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How We Can Help!

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We Buy Mortgage Note, Trust Deeds, and Contracts Nationwide!

 
At Pinnacle Investments, our team works closely with you to understand what all of your goals are. We work with mortgage note buyers as well as those who are looking for an opportunity to tap into a wealth investment solution. With mortgage note investing and real estate note buyer services, we are here to help you make the right decisions for your needs.

The Note Buying Company You Need

Serving all of Phoenix, AZ and Chandler, AZ, our team is here for all of your investment needs. When you want to sell notes, turn to our professionals. We can help you with most needs. We are a mortgage buyer, note buying company, and land contract buyer. We buy trust deeds, and we are a promissory note buyer. You can turn to us as you land contract buyer or private mortgage note buyers.
 
No matter what type of investment you have, we are happy to speak to you about your options. As a company dedicated to your best outcome, you can turn to us with questions and concerns about the worth of your investments as well as whether you can sell them.
 

Selling Your Investments- We Offer Solutions

Our team at Pinnacle Investments buys performing notes nationwide. If you are looking to liquidate your note our team is here to help you. You can sell your real estate notes with confidence when you work with our team.
Are you unsure what your needs are? Contact Pinnacle Investments today to learn more about our services. We are here for all of your needs in Phoenix, AZ and Chandler, AZ.

Here are just a few reasons people have sold all or part of their seller financed mortgage notes for cash:
 

  • Retirement
  • Taxes
  • Investment Opportunity
  • Expensive Medical Care
  • Vacation
  • College Tuition
  • Unexpected Financial Changes
  • Peace of Mind – no more worrying if the buyer is going to make late payments or having to foreclose
  • Accounting headaches, IRS regulations, paperwork hassles and the list goes on…

 
The only way to decide what is best for your situation is to know the options available.

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