Indian Harbour Beach, FL (PressExposure) December 30, 2008 -- Indian Harbour Beach, FL: DMO Direct Funding announced the formal establishment of their web-based resources for holders of private mortgage notes, land contracts, trust deeds and other real estate loan instruments. The companyâs site at http://www.dmodirectfunding.com has become a central clearinghouse for information about seller-held loans from both a general perspective, and that of the post-sub-prime loan market.
DMO Direct Funding brings a decade of experience in mortgage note brokering to its resources. These include an extensive page of articles. These cover both general topics in mortgage loans, specific instruments such as deeds of trust, and the role of the private note holder as the housing market continued to adjust to new conditions.
These articles are primarily oriented toward the beginner. They explain key elements in lay terms, such as the differences between a mortgage, trust need and land contract, or the problematic mechanisms behind sub-prime loans. The resource includes a glossary of the real estate industry focused on the needs of private note holders and an online form where they can request a quote on a propertyâs note.
Visitors are encouraged to start with [http://www.dmodirectfunding.com/Articles.html] and contact DMO for more specific technical information, or with any questions relating to a specific property.