Frequently Asked Questions
Why Should I Sell My Real Estate Note?
When you convert part or all of your real estate note into cash, you gain several advantages in addition to immediate cash:
You’ll receive a lump sum of cash right now to use for whatever is going on in your life right now. Whether it be college tuition for your child, helping your aging parents, another investment opportunity or just whatever you need immediate cash for.
How much is my note worth?
Simply fill out our Quick Quote and get an estimate of how much real cash you can get for your note.
Can I Sell A Portion Of My Note?
Yes. We call this a partial purchase. In some cases maybe you only need a certain amount of cash to make a purchase, handle an emergency, etc. In this case you might choose to sell only a few years of the payments to receive the specific amount desired.
Example: Maybe your note is worth $100,000 and you just want $30,000 right now. Sell us a few years of payments and you still own the rest.
There are many different options and scenarios. Contact us so that we can discuss your options.
How Soon Can We Close?
Once you accept our cash offer and all papers are in order, you can receive payment in as little as 20 business days. We believe in fast, efficient service!
Do I need to be at the closing?
Not necessarily. We can close the transaction by sending you a closing package by overnight delivery along with easy to follow instructions.
How Much Cash Can I Get?
Jade Funds will carefully review your note to determine the maximum cash value that we can offer you. We have many options to that will meet your needs.
Will Converting My Note to Cash Affect The Person(s) Paying Me?
No. All the terms and conditions set forth in the original note remain the same. Your purchasers simply send their payments to Jade Funds.
What Types Of Property Do You Purchase?
We purchase real estate notes on virtually all types of property: single-family homes, multi-family homes, farmland, commercial, recreational, vacant land, and mobile homes with and without land attached.