Private investors sell mortgages all the time. If you can prove the borrowers have been paying on time for over 12 months, but like I said below, the max you'll likely get for such a low rate mortgage is 70%.
This is exacty why many private investors are at 10% rates as its more attractive to other investors if they need to short sale the mortgage and cash out.
I would have a conservative appraisal done with a rent schedule to present to potential investors.
Danielle refers to selling your mortgage, not any real estate. If you are holding a "mortgage", that means the home has been sold already (as opposed to retaining ownership and taking payments until it is paid off or a certain amount has been reached). Mortgages are easier to sell but usually sell at a steep discount. How much depends upon circumstances: the value of the home, it's desirability should they need to foreclose and resell it, the payment history of the buyers....
You will not likely get anywhere near its value asking in this forum and if you plan to sell it yourself even less.
Your idea of value and reality are probably 2 different things.
You have an answer from Danielle, an agent of value and Steve a loan officer that knows loans not values.
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