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Many lenders are selling discounted notes as a way to reduce their portfolios of distressed real estate loans. While these can be very good deals for a buyer seeking to invest in distressed assets, it’s important to know exactly what you are getting when you buy a note. Since the lender will usually make only a few representations in its note-sale documents and give you only a short time to review its files and records, careful due diligence can make the difference between making and losing money on the deal click here.

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