Indian Harbour Beach, FL (PressExposure) November 20, 2009 -- For Immediate Release
In real estate markets through the US, home sales are slowly recovering. According to the Associated Press, Third Quarter home sales in Washington State rose over 15 percent, and while the trend isnât as strong in other states it still represents a rising demand â one that investors are returning to. According to trust deed and mortgage note buyer DMO Direct Funding this is even an opportunity for individual investors who wish to pursue seller funding. The mortgage note broker announced that it is prepared to provide cash flow options for qualifying notes as an additional option for seller funding investors.
âI really think the worst is behind us,â said DMO Direct Funding head Doris OâHalloran. âConsumers are ready to buy homes again even in former âground zeroâ regions like Florida, where weâre based. Itâs an ideal time to use seller funding, both to ease a borrowerâs concerns and take a direct hand in setting a noteâs true value. As a note buyer, we provide an additional option: cash flow when note holders need it, to keep them from being locked into a financial arrangement.â
According to Ms. OâHalloran, note buyers like DMO act as support for small scale, private reinvestment in the real estate market â a trend she sees growing in the face of lowered prices and reduced confidence in large, institutional mortgage loan management.
âInvestment groups are getting back into the real estate market, but I think more consumers than ever would rather have a personal relationship with the note holder. We make that a more realistic option because the note holder knows he or she can do business this way without being permanently locked into an arrangement â thereâs always a cash flow option.â
note holders interested in selling a mortgage, trust deed or other real estate instrument can visit http://www.dmodirectfunding.com/free.html to request a quote.