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Wed Jun 3, 2009
Andrew Distad answered:
You make a wise question. And that is: "What is cosigning?" Your mom with A credit will be pledging responsibility to pay so if you don't make the payment, they will turn to her. And if you get foreclosed on it will go on her record too.

So that's what mom is risky by co-signing, don't let her down!

I would recommend co-signing and maybe even getting a second job so your debt to income ratio gets better so that you can qualify because word on the street is, is that it's hard for even A credit borrowers to get a loan these days.

But not with seller financing.

But people will say: "I don't want seller financing, I want all cash!"

But you tell them: "Actually, you can have cash! Just carry back financing and sell your well structured note to an investor like Andrew Distad!

But they will say: "well how do you structure a note good? and who is Andrew Distad?"

But you will tell them "Go to cash4promissorynotes.com and click on their link called "the best note"! It'll tell you how to create the best note that you can sell for top dollar" and Andrew owns Cash4promissorynotes.com. He gives the best pricing in the entire secondary market- hands down!"

And they'll be like: "Maybe I will seller finance after all, it'll be just like getting cash anyways, plus you don't need to get financed through the bank"

And you'll be like "I'm so glad I met Andrew Distad, the owner of cash4promissorynotes.com!"

Good luck buying that home Jersey40!
Regards,
Andrew
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