Contracts on commercial property are not much different
from contracts on personal property. Commercial property
is property that produces income. Office buildings,
apartments and factories are examples of the most common
commercial property that we see and purchase contracts
Commercial Real Property is generally sold or conveyed
the same way Residential Real Property is in the same
state. Therefore if your state commonly uses "contracts
for deed," "deeds of trust," or "mortgages,"
for Residential Real Property, then it will also generally
use the same instrument for Commercial Real Property.
There are many factors that go into determining the
market value of a seller held mortgage. The duration,
interest rate, amount of the payment, the current value
of the asset securing the mortgage, clear title, the
pay history on the commercial mortgage, the payer's
credit history and the overall risk of stepping into
the mortgage. Investors must weigh all of these factors
when making offers on seller held commercial mortgages.
There is always a discount for taking over the risk
of stepping into seller held mortgage. Some companies
claim to be able to purchase mortgages at face value.
Don't believe it! There is a lot of work that goes into
closing one of these transactions and no company is
going to do all that work, just to have a payer pay
the commercial mortgage off the next day.
C & A Financial Programs, Inc. will do all of the
work associated with purchasing your seller held commercial
mortgage at no extra cost to you. You will be quoted
a net amount to purchase your commercial mortgage. C
& A Financial Programs, Inc. will pay for all title
searches, appraisal costs and all other expenses related
to closing the transaction.
If you have a commercial mortgage to sell, fill out
our Mortgage Quote
Form and send it and we will get the process started,
or call today and let our team of experts assist you
in finding the plan that is best for you!