Frequently Asked Questions

Here is a list of some of our frequently asked questions. We hope that they will answer any questions you may be having and provide additional information as well. If you have addition questions or require more information, please give us a call or visit our contact page.

Q: How do I qualify?
A: Funding decisions are based on the credit of your customers, not on your credit. Your credit score is not a factor. If you have a valid invoice, if the goods or services have already been delivered (to your customer's satisfaction), and if we are able to verify the information, we can give you a quick decision based on the information that you provide. 

Q: How fast can I get my money?
A:  After you are an approved client, you can receive your money in as little as 24 to 48 hours.

Q: I'm tired of waiting months or years to collect my money. Can DSG help me?
A:  Yes! We can provide you the cash you need in as little as 24 hours. We help you get the money you need now instead of waiting to collect over time. Additionally, you will not have to worry about late or missing payments any longer.

Q: Is selling an income stream legal?
A:  ABSOLUTELY! Corporations and individuals have been buying and selling notes for decades.

Q: What is a mortgage note?
A:  A mortgage note (or real estate note) is a written document that states a promise to pay, including the terms, the amount, the interest rate, and the length of time in which to fulfill the promise.

Q: Who invests in notes?
A:  There are many investors throughout the United States who are actively looking for notes to purchase.

Q: What determines the price a funding company will pay for notes?
A:  Funding sources take into account the down payment amount at the time of the sale, the interest rate, the term of the note, how many payments have been made so far, whether or not the payments have been made on time, and the credit scores of the buyers. Funding sources look at the big picture.  

Q: Can I create a note on property I already own and then have you purchase it?
A:  No. This is considered a refinance. We are not lenders and therefore do not originate loans. We purchase properties for reinvestment and owner finance notes, where there is a seller of a property and a buyer.

Q: How long does it take to get my money?
A:  On a real estate note deal, it typically takes about 7-10 days after receiving all of the necessary documents.

Q: How much do you pay for real estate notes?
A:  There are many variables with each note. We gather information about your note, submit that information to your funding sources and they determine what price they will be willing to pay according to the risk involved.

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