Seller Financing Real Estate 101

PAUL ESAJIAN | June 22, 2018

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As a real estate investor, it is crucial to keep all of your options in mind when it comes to selling or buying a new property. There are numerous non-conventional financing methods that can offer unique benefits, no matter what side of the deal you are on. Among these opportunities is seller financing, a process that essentially eliminates the middleman and allows buyers and sellers to negotiate more directly than a traditional loan. Keep reading to find out if seller financing is something you should look for in the future.

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