- Trust Deed Investing
A new financial journey means that you need to do your research. Trust deed investing is a big step and taking the time to do as much research as possible is an important thing to do when you finally decide on investing in trust deeds. Making a process less stressful is never a bad thing. Don’t be lazy about learning everything you can.
With that, we understand that it can be difficult to know where to start researching your deed of trust investing.
What do you need to know? What do you need to do? Getting the essential elements down can be very beneficial for the process.
An often-overlooked step in trust deed investing is checking up on your mortgage loan broker. Your mortgage loan broker is going to be there for you every step of the way and so you need to know what kind of person they are, what knowledge they have and what their goals for you are. Make sure they have integrity and a strong work ethic and the experience you need to get your trust deed investing done correctly. Figure this out before you make any kind of commitment.
Once that’s figured out, you need to do some research on the market value and the equity in the Property your deed of trust investing is based on. You already know that your investment is actually secured based on a deed of trust on the Property. This is what you borrow against, so having the best understand of this is imperative to the success rate of your trust deed investing.
Now keep in mind that the documents you need for your trust deed investing
should be in order and taken care of. These documents are there to provide evidence of you securing the loan or purchase of the promissory note. Your trust deed investing
can be secured by one lender or more than one lender or note holder, so you really need a written agreement in order to avoid confusion or, at worst, arguments.
- Sandy Cramer Hard Money Lender