- Trust Deed Investing
Trust deed investing is just about the easiest way to make a little extra cash while investing in something you really like. And in our opinion, there’s actually never been a better time than now to get into trust deed investing.
There’s a lot that you may already know Investing in trust deeds,
so there’s a chance that you already know how great they can be. You may already also know that while they are like a mortgage, they are a bit different. Let’s check out how; A trust deed investment
has three primaries in the trust deed investment
transaction that a mortgage does not. They happen to be the borrower or the trustor, the lender or the beneficiary, and the trustee. The Trustee is the person who actually purchases the property and in the end, if the trustee is paid as promised, then they won’t have any claim to the property. Remember though that in a trust deed investment
, if the borrower does in fact default then trustee takes back the mortgaged property.
But one word of caution to you looking into trust deed investment: don’t both looking into properties to invest in if you aren’t actually interested in the property. Nothing is worse than accidentally being stuck with a property you can’t be bothered with if something accidentally defaults and you become the sole owner of a building. Think that over as you get into the trust deed investment world.
However, one thing you absolutely should think about when it comes to investing in trust deeds
is a secured debt, or if you rather call it, non-performing notes for sale.
These ‘secured debts’ may sound scary, but we promise you that these are more often than not sold at a discount and there’s a lot of really great money to make in this particular section of trust deed investment.
- Big Daddy Dennis Hard Money Lender
Arizona Hard Money
Level 4 Funding LLC
23335 N 18th Drive Suite 120
Phoenix AZ 85027