When someone purchases a property, whether it is a personal residence or an investment property, the Buyer is put on Title. They become responsible for maintaining the property, having adequate insurance, and paying the taxes.
A Private Investor, also known as the Mortgage Lender, becomes the beneficiary and now has a vested interest in the home but isn’t responsible for upkeep, taxes, or insurance. They now directly or through a servicing company, collect principal and interest payment each month until the Note is satisfied. If something goes wrong with the property, like the roof needing to be replaced or a plumbing issue, the owner is required to deal with the problem, not the Lender. As an investor, you are not buying the property, you are buying the debt and securing interest in the property. Essentially, you, the investor, become the bank. You collect the remaining debt of the Note and receive the monthly principal and interest payments. You can also take legal action to regain Title in the event of default.
While these Notes are not FDIC insured, your real estate investment is secured by the property equity. Through our quality screening process, Sun Pacific Mortgage offers good Trust Deed opportunities throughout California.
We are always open for new Investors so, if you are interested in pursuing a profitable, hands-off real estate investment, give us a call at 707-523-2099 or find us at www.sunpacmortgage.com.