Mortgage Pools

Mortgage Pools

Alternatives to the Multi-Lender Rule

If a private investor relies on you for any aspect of a trust deed investment, you are engaged in the sale of securities. The only scenario I can imagine that would be otherwise would be when an investor brings the potential loan to you, does his or her own due diligence and collects the loan […]

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Don’t Leave Money on the Table–Hire a Subservicer

In this article Doss Law discusses ways to retaining a servicing spread without the burdens of actually servicing mortgage loans. Don’t Leave Money on the Table–Hire a Subservicer

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4.5% Senior Debt Class in a Private Money Mortgage Pool–Insanity or Brilliance?

New Doss Guides discusses the concept of a senior, low coupon debt class within a mortgage pool. 4.5% Senior Debt Class in a Private Money Mortgage Pool: Insanity or Brilliance?

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Borrower Payment Dependent Notes–New Lipstick, Old Pig

by Dennis H . Doss John had read in the newspaper that the company that sold him a “borrower payment dependent note” had recently failed. A judge had appointed a trustee (a really expensive lawyer) to run the company. He wasn’t surprised. Their huge IT apparatus and complex web platform meant there were a ton […]

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4.5% Senior Debt Class in a Private Money Mortgage Pool: Insanity or Brilliance?

by Dennis H . Doss This discussion is educational material, not legal advice. Consult a knowledgeable lawyer before implementing any of the ideas in this article. Is it time to think outside of the box when structuring private money mortgage funds? In the traditional mortgage fund we have created dozens of times to house private money […]

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