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Let's now assume that you have come across a property that is selling for $100,000; it has a loan balance of $50,000 with payments of $500 per month. 


With this scenario, the seller has $50,000 in equity.  Like anyone else, he would prefer to sell the property and get his $50,000 equity in cash.  But, consider this...  When he sells the property, what is he going to do with the cash?  In many cases, this money is going to go into a bank account and sit there collecting 3% interest. 


Do you think that if he could get a secured 12% interest instead of a mere 8% he would be interested?  The answer is obvious.  Now we will see how you can give him what he wants, namely, a higher interest rate and get what you want; a property without a down payment. 


The first part of the formula is simple assume the first loan of $50,000 (as we discussed under assumptions). Or simply take the loan "Subject To".  This simply means that you don't actually formally assume the existing loan,  you simply take responsibility for the loan, and make the payments directly to the lender. 


You take over the payments of $500 a month and you're set.  But what do you do about the other $50,000 that is still owed the seller?  Simple! 


You execute (sign), a second mortgage in favor of the seller, secured by the property you are buying.


What this means is simply this:  The $50,000 that you owe the seller, (his equity) is now secured by the property you are purchasing.  In other words, if you do not make the payments, just as any other lender, he has the right to foreclose and take back the property.  When creating the second mortgage, the terms can be whatever you and the seller decide upon.  It can be 10%, 12%, interest only, due in 5 years, 10 years, 30 years or whatever.  Any terms that fit the wants and needs of both you and your seller will work.  However, in our example, we said 12%, so lets see what happens...


For our example lets say we created a 12% interest only note, all due and payable within two years. What this means is that for the duration of the loan, (2 years), you pay only the interest.  (12% x $50,000 = $6,000 per year or $500 per month)  By paying only interest, your monthly payments stay low, however, at the end of the two years you still owe the seller $50,000.


There is a reason for stipulating that the loan be paid off within two years...  Although the seller may not have an immediate need for the cash, it is very rare that a seller would want to wait ten, twenty or thirty years for his money.  By structuring the transaction in this manner, the seller not only gets a high rate of return on his money but he has an assurance that he will have access to his money in the near future.  Two years is a short enough period of time to make it attractive to the seller and a long enough period to create enough appreciation to either refinance to repay the second with a refinance or sell the property at a profit.


You have just purchased a one hundred thousand dollar piece of property with nothing down.  Your payments are $1,000 per month, ($500 to the first mortgage plus, $500 to the seller); and as we explained earlier, even if you barely break even on a monthly basis, in the long run, you have just made thousands!


What if there is no loan to assume? Here's a simple variation on this financing method.  If the property is "free and clear", (no loans against it), the seller can usually refinance the property, put the proceeds in his pocket, have you assume or take that loan "subject to", and then have you execute a second mortgage in favor of him for the balance.


This way, he gets his money, and you still get the property with nothing down.


In this example the seller received NO cash out of the transaction.  What if he absolutely insists on putting a substantial amount of money in his pocket?


See Chapter 8.

Assumption & Seller Carry




Chapter 1




Chapter 2 How to

Raise Cash Creatively



Chapter 3

Borrow against money.

Chapter 4

Selling Money



Chapter 5

Buy with no down and get cash back at close of escrow.

Chapter 6

How to assume a loan


Do you or someone you know need a quick infusion of cash? 



Chapter 7

The Wrap Around Basics




Chapter 8

Assumption & Seller Carry



Chapter 9

Wrap Around Mortgages

Wrap Around in Action



Chapter 10

Buy with no job or money



Chapter 11

buy and get cash back

Buy and Get Cash Back 



Chapter 12

Get Creative


Chapter 13

How to Borrow Even Closing Costs



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