THE TRUST DEED INVESTING & MORTGAGE INVESTING PROCESS
The Norris group focuses exclusively on whole notes. This means that we do not pool your funds with others during the investment process and you select and control the investment. This is a simplified explanation of what to expect when you’re looking to invest in trust deeds or private mortgages with The Norris Group.
1 GETTING STARTED WITH OUR NOTES
2 A TRUST DEED OR MORTGAGE IS PRESENTED
- The Norris Group sends out a list of available deals to our First Look program first and then our general list. If you find something of interest, you can email or call for more information on the specific note deal
- The Norris Group sends for your viewing:
- Property appraisal
- Property and some borrower information
- Once you review and commit to a trust deed (CA) or mortgage (FL), we will ask how you prefer to take title to the deed of trust or mortgage (also known as vesting)
- Please be aware that entities like Corporations and LLCs must be registered in the state of Florida. More information available in the Trust Deed Investment and Mortgage e-book
- The Norris Group creates documents which we send you to sign including:
- Investment Bulletin
- Purchaser/Lender Disclosure Form (documentation does change depending on the state)
- Loan servicing agreement
- Any other relevant documents required by the Department of Real Estate in California or by the Florida Office of Financial Regulation as well as the Consumer financial protection bureau (NMLS).
3 COMMIT TO A NOTE INVESTMENT
4 THE TRANSACTION CLOSES
Once escrow closes (deed of trust or mortgage is recorded at the appropriate County’s Recorder Office), you will receive a receipt along with copies of the following:
5 PAYMENTS MAILED TO YOU
On a monthly basis, The Norris Group collects the payments from the borrower and sends a check to you, the trust deed investor. This will continue to occur until the loan is paid off. The Norris Group also monitors property tax payments and insurance as part of servicing to insure that the borrower is not only carrying insurance but the proper insurance policy. In addition, annual paperwork and documentation is mailed to you for taxes at the beginning of the year.
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