Are you concerned about complying with Dodd Frank Act when seller financing a property?
Have you heard that seller financing is dead?
Effective 2014 Dodd Frank came into effect. This applies to any investor who sells a property to an owner occupant and finances the purchase through a technique such as seller financing or owner financing or owner carry financing as some describe it. All of these techniques are the same thing. The Dodd Frank 2014 Act only applies if you are seller financing a property that you do not live in and the buyer is going to live in the property as an owner occupant.
I have prepared a Dodd Frank Act Summary as it relates to seller financing for investors. This is a 16 page report that will tell you everything you need to know about how Dodd Frank affects seller financing and how to comply.
In this Dodd Frank Seller Financing report you will learn things like:
- What is Dodd Frank and how does it apply to seller carry financing?
- What is the 120 day rule?
- What is the Ability To Pay rule and how do I comply?
- What is a owner carry qualified loan according to Dodd Frank?
- What are the Dodd Frank seller financing exemptions?
- Can an Investor Sell in multiple entities to comply with the 3 property maximum according to Dodd Frank?
- Can an investor sell on lease option to comply or get around Dodd Frank?
- What are the penalties for not complying with Dodd Frank when seller financing a property?
- What changes are being made for investors who seller finance properties?
- What do I need to do to comply with Dodd Frank when seller financing a property!
- You will learn all of this and much more in my free report!