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What’s this note worth? - Posted by Dave in NOLA
Posted by Dave in NOLA on April 19, 2004 at 13:29:41:
I’m thinking about the structure of this note to maximize what I can sell it for.
Principal Amount: $43,000
Interest Rate: 8.5%
Position: 1st Mortgage on a Condo
Term: 30 years
Seasoning: Loan is 6 months old, all payments on time
Buyer’s FICO score: 700+
How much of a discount should I expect to take on this note when I sell it to a note buyer?
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1st lien Condo Note… - Posted by Michael Morrongiello
Posted by Michael Morrongiello on April 20, 2004 at 20:20:09:
I assume the monthly installment of P & I is $330.63…? After 6 months of payments the balance should be approx. $42,840.91…?
You failed to indicated what the condo unit sold for and how much cash the buyer put down? Also what is the occupancy of the condo? (is it a rental or owner occupied?)…
Assuming its an owner occupied unit and that buyer put some decent cash money down at the time of closing, then a pay price in the low 90% range might work…(or this is something we (Sunvest) would consider)
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