Many of the articles and posts below about mortgage notes and other promissory notes have been published in the periodicals of various county bar associations, realtor groups, and builder/developer organizations throughout the U.S. Seascape Capital serves as real estate note buyers (private mortgage buyers) and occasionally as a real estate note broker in the purchase of nearly any type of promissory note.

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Looking for Direction — Deed of trust note buyer

Did you know that regional presidents of the Federal Reserve sometimes say intelligent things with which a common-sense person can agree?  It’s true, and more Fed presidents are finally speaking out against at least some of the Fed’s policies.  Earlier this week, two Fed governors criticized the Fed announcement that they would keep rock-bottom interest

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Buying mortgage notes as U.S. credit rating slip sliding away

Over the past 6-12 months, the economies of the West have received more negative attention and experienced more issues than at nearly time in history.  The countries being hit in Europe just keep getting bigger, as it started with Iceland, then went to Portugal, Greece, and Ireland, and now is affecting Spain, Italy, and even

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Mortgage Note Buyers – Closing the Wealth Gap

As a person who considers himself to be a moderate but a fiscal conservative, I am generally against tax increases.  My observations over the years have shown that politicians use higher taxes to cover themselves when they just want to waste more taxpayer money rather than pay for meaningful programs.  Nearly every day, you can

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Boneheads in High Places

Disgusting, sickening, repugnant, and demoralizing are just some of the words that spring to mind when I think about the actions of our politicians.  They, together with Wall Street bankers and assorted other miscreants, caused the economic and real estate collapse, yet show no ability or inclination to fix it. A couple of glaring examples

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How to Invest in Real Estate Notes – Part 4 of 4

If you have not already read the previous three parts of this article, you can find them here: How to Invest in Real Estate Notes — Part 1 How to Invest in Real Estate Notes — Part 2 How to Invest in Real Estate Notes — Part 3 Now we come to the final stage

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How to Invest in Real Estate Notes – Part 3 of 4

If you did not already read parts 1 and 2 of this article, please find them in  How to Invest in Real Estate Notes – Part 1 and How to Invest in Real Estate Notes – Part 2, or request copies from the author. The first two sections of this article covered the basics of why

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Student Loans – The next BIG Bubble

A thinking person would assume that, after experiencing the ravages of the tech boom and then the real estate boom and bust, most people and bureaucrats would shy away from obvious bubbles for a while.  Well, the stage is fully set for a major disaster in student loans, brought to you once again by that

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Is it Time to Buy a House?

Last Saturday, The Wall Street Journal had an interesting article suggesting that this is a good time to buy a house.  The article was called “Why It’s Time to buy”, and was written by Ruth Simon and Jessica Silver-Greenberg.  While the  article was well-written and made some good points, I must disagree with their conclusions. 

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How to Invest in Real Estate Notes — Part 2 of 4

If you did not already read Parts 1  of this article, please find it in  How to Invest in Real Estate Notes – Part 1 or request copies from the author. Hopefully, Part 1 of this blog piqued your interest in real estate notes.  If you know what you’re doing and don’t get overly aggressive, being

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How to Invest in Real Estate Notes – Part 1

Investing in a safe place that also provides you with a good return on investment has been a challenge since the origin of markets.  From high employment and dropping housing  prices, to unsustainable debts at the federal and state levels, to several foreign wars and emboldened Asian powers, the U.S. has a deeper set of

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