Need To Sell Your Judgment?
We Are Charlotte NC Judgment Buyers, And NCJudgments.com May Be Able To Buy Your Judgment … Get A Fair Offer Within 24 Hours.
Do you have a court-awarded judgmentthat you want to sell to unlock your cash stuck in that note? We know there are plenty of reasons why you might want to sell . To pay off debts, to make another investment that will provide you a higher return, diversify your portfolio… or even just to get rid of the burdensome bookkeeping and payment collections. Everything you are dealing with right now—the waiting, stress, and hassle of wondering if you’ll ever get paid, or dealing with an unfriendly debtor—could be OVER by this time next week (see how below).
Call (704) 625-0260 now for a fast-fair offer on your note payments within 24 hours
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…private mortgage notes can be sold and thus converted into cash. The amount they sell for is based on the principal balance, the number of payments that have been made (referred to as “seasoning”), the number of remaining payments, the home’s (or other asset) appraised value and the borrower’s creditworthiness.”
Why Work With Us To Sell Your Judgment For A Fair Price?
First off, we buy judgments all around the State… specializing in Charlotte NC and the Greater Charlotte Area. Since we’re buying the debt (we are not note brokers), there are no commissions or fees ever. We are professional judgment buyers based here in Statesville NC, and offer a unique service so that you can sell your judgment fast and no longer have to worry about having your cash locked up in that useless I.O.U… or the headaches that go along with collecting payments or doing the accounting… we take care of it all. It’s a simple process (Go Here To Learn About How To Sell Your Judgment ››). Feel free to call us anytime at (704) 625-0260 or simply submit the short form on this page to get the process started!
How Does The Process To Sell My Judgment To You Work?
Selling Your Judgment Is Actually Really Simple and Straightforward… You’re on this website because you need to unlock the cash in your judgment sooner than later, right? It’s easier than you think – and we can help. Our local Judgment Buying Program is really pretty straightforward. Step 1: Submit the note info on this website or give us a call at (704) 625-0260 and let us know a bit about the judgment (balance, # of payments made, etc . . . ) & borrower. Step 2: We’ll look at the situation and come up with the value of your judgment, offer you the highest possible price and several options Step 3: You can have a cashiers check in hand within 7days (sometimes quicker if you need it). You pay no costs at all. We handle everything – start to finish to make the process easy and smooth for you. How Much Can We Pay For Your Judgment?: We are usually able to get you the cash you need. We purchase judgments at a discount over the remaining balance. We can give you the maximum amount of cash… often the highest in the market.
It’s That Simple. Get Your ALL Cash Offer By Tomorrow. Have Cash In Your Hand Within 7 Days.
We’ll Help You Weigh All Of Your Options Before You Sell Your Judgment.
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We help judgment holders, in NC and surrounding states, just like you in all kinds of situations. We are Charlotte NC judgment buyers (our office is in Statesville ) but we buy judgments in most areas of NC as well. If you want to unlock the cash stuck in a judgment you own… we’d love to help! If you prefer to talk to someone in our office before submitting your information, just give us a call today at (704) 625-0260.
We are not attorneys, and nothing on this page or in this website should be construed as legal advice. We are not “debt collectors”, and cannot collect on judgments or debt that you own. We are not “debt buyers”, in that we only buy court-awarded judgments- not loans or debt where the debtor has simply stopped making payments.