I invested in nonperforming note a year ago and would like to sell it. The investment was structured as a contract between myself, the investor and the note buyer, who was supposed to either get the note performing or foreclose. He's done neither over the year and is charging me service fees... Plus he claims he's having trouble selling it and that I should try myself to find a buyer. Uggh. Anyway, if I could get the note performing myself I would but I'd rather just sell it and move on. Is there a market for individual note sales that I could list this on?
Hi Debby, yes you can post it for free on FCIExchange.com and only pay a fee if someone buys it. I've sold purchased many notes there.
I would take a look at paperstac.com. They offer investors the opportunity to list notes for sale (non-performing and performing).
Another option is the BP marketplace.
I know less than nothing about notes. But is the note for a home? Does the home have any equity in it?
HI Debby! I am so sorry that happened to you. I am a real estate investor who focuses on non-performing notes. It is the responsibility of the person who acquired the note to do due diligence to ensure the note is in a good location for resale along with many other factors. I would definitely follow the advice of the people here and post the note for sale. I wish you all the best.
Send me info on it and be happy to give you an idea of what it is worth and what you could sell it for
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