- Trust Deed Investing
Deed of trust investing is actually a really in depth process. You may not have known that when you started. This is a financial stepping stone in to the best future for you. So it’s important that a ton of research is done to make deed of trust investing possible.
The first you want to do when you are determining your trust deed investment
is figuring out whether or not your trust deed investing
will be procured by a whole (one lender/note holder) or a fractionalized (more that one lender/note holder) deed of trust
. You will see that the different lenders have different regulations assigned to each when you go through a mortgage loan broker and it’s important to know about both.
Trust Deed Investing Is a Process You Can Handle
Before beginning your deed of trust investing also know that fractionalized promissory notes and deed of trust are subject to regulation by the DRE (Real Estate Law) and the DOC (Securities Law). As you may already be aware, Real Estate Law is also known as the “multi-lender law.” This law enforces restrictions like the mortgage loan broker must service your loan and have a written agreement with you and no more than ten lenders at a time on a single deed of trust investing procedure.
Mortgage loan brokers must also service your loan or you and your mortgage loan broker must find someone who is a properly licensed real estate broker or exempt from licensing by law to service your loan.
Having a good grasp of your deed of trust
investing services means that you will absolutely have the smoothest procedure that’s possible. This is great for you and for your mortgage loan broker because keeping on the button and learning the most you can about your deed of trust
investing will help you understand the security and laws put into effect specifically to help you through your investing of trust deeds
- Big Daddy Dennis Hard Money Lender
Arizona Hard Money
Level 4 Funding LLC
23335 N 18th Drive Suite 120
Phoenix AZ 85027