The answer:” ABSOLUTELY I’ve done it, starting at the tender young age of 50, “proclaims Bill Gatten...
Real Estate Investor, Trainer, Speaker and Investor of the Land Trust Buying System known as the
PACTrust/NEHTrust buying system.
 
About Us
 
 
 
 
 
 
What We Do.

Via a unique documentation system that utilizes the (Illinois-type) title-holding land trust model, Landtrust.net (Landtrust.net) is able to provide the professional real estate community a truly exceptional and safe vehicle for acquiring, selling and dealing with single-family Real Estate (1 to 4 units)...without standard down-payment requirements, without a new loan, without credit applications and/or credit history issues. Owner-Carry financing can at last be accomplished safely and conveniently without undue lender compromise relative to contractual transfer and alienation admonitions (i.e., in regard to the "Due-on-Sale Clause": see Garn-St. Germain 1982, FDIRA, 12USC 1701-j-3).*

Understand that violating a lender's due-on-sale clause is never against the law (i.e., DOSC = A lender's warning that the property can be foreclosed upon and the loan called should it be sold or transferred without authorization). A violation of the DOSC merely compromises the lenders wishes and can result in termination of the mortgage and foreclosure on their security at the lender's discretion. In the event of such action, it would be sanctioned and fully supported by law (FDIRA 1982/12USC1701-j-3) except under certain circumstances,
one being the placement of the property into an inter-vivos trust (such as in the land trust). An analogy: It's not against the law to talk during a movie: but with proper advance warning the theater owner is supported by law should he chose to eject you for doing so. In this regard is is important to clearly understand that placement of a mortgaged property into a land trust and leasing it out to an unrelated co-beneficiary is authorized (indirectly by non-prohibition) by law [the Garn-St. Germain Law]: FDIRA 1982/12USC1701-j-3.
 
 

The Equity Holding Trust(tm) is comprised of two forms -- 1) the PACTrust(tm), typically involving only two parties a Settlor Beneficiary and a Resident Beneficiary (i.e., "seller" and "buyer"), and 2) the EHTrust(tm), involving three beneficiaries: Settlor (seller), Investor (buyer), and Resident (co-buyer).

Overall, the Equity Holding Trust(tm) encompasses a combination of documentation including, but not limited to: 1) the Land Trust, 2) an Assignment of Beneficiary Interest, 3) a Co-Beneficiary Agreement, 4) a Triple-Net Possessory (lease) Agreement, and 5) a Limited and Revocable Power of Attorney. And through its various permutations, it effectively accomplishes the purpose and all the objectives of: Lease Options, Lease Purchases, Contracts for Deed, Land Contracts, Wrap-Around Mortgage schemes, Equity Sharing and even wholesale "flipping" and assignments. And it does all of this without undue and/or notorious due-on-sale compromise...and without the specific necessity for new financing, credit strength or large cash requirement (if any at all). We at Landtrust.net pride ourselves in saying that we teach investors how to: "...buy without credit; for nothing down and for nothing per-month." Likewise, we are well known for enabling Realtors to sell--with full commissions--'TO' people with minimal cash and credit; and 'FOR' people who may have little or no equity in their homes...or for those who may be faced with bankruptcy, divorce, short-sale, foreclosure, forfeiture, mandatory liquidation or worse.

The Landtrust.net Equity Holding Trust model works exceedingly well for buyers, sellers, Realtors?, and investors alike. The various programs created and promoted by Landtrust.net have been employed successfully without legal incident or challenge with regard to IRS, lenders, or legal and accounting issues since the company's inception in 1984 (at this writing, that's nearly 20 years in business and many hundreds of transactions). Landtrust.net has, within the real estate sales and investment community, garnered a truly exceptional record and reputation for its professionalism and integrity, along with the integrity of the various Equity Holding Trust(tm) programs it promotes.

All Landtrust.net programs were specifically designed to enhance and protect all parties involved in any form of creative real estate financing, and to afford the most safety and least risk potential with regard to virtually any type of real estate letting, sale, transfer or acquisition. Through the use of the Equity Holding Trust(tm) ordinary cash and/or credit restrictions can be easily and comfortably dealt with, if not completely eliminated. A co-beneficiary owned Equity Holding Trust(tm) property is very solidly protected and shielded from actions associated with any party's: past bankruptcy; creditor claims and civil judgments; litigation in marital dissolution; Probate actions...and even state and federal income tax liens.

For more information about the Equity Holding Trust(tm), please browse through our informational section and perhaps review the extensive "Articles" page. You may also opt to post related questions and comments on our very informative Discussion Board. For other inquiries regarding services and/or products, call toll-free: 1-800-207-4273; or Email home@landtrust.net.

The only true "Secret of Success (in 4 parts)":

1. Show up
2. Pay attention
3. Be honest
4. Remain unassociated with the end-result

Respectfully,

Landtrust.net, Inc.
Formerly Cal-Equity Consultants
6520 Platt Avenue #548
West Hills, CA 91307

1 800 207 4273
1 818 610 8801
FAX 1 818 610 8805
home@landtrust.net
www.landtrust.net

For more information, please read some or the Articles by Bill Gatten here on the site, or browse through our informational section, or post a question on our Discussion Board, or simply by calling 1-800-207-4273.

OR!

For a recorded message briefly explaining the Equity Holding Trust (The PACTrust and the EHTrust), please call Toll Free: 1-866-526-3878 and when prompted to do so, Key in Extension #101.



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