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PostPosted: Tue Sep 04, 2018 1:28 pm GMT    Post subject: Fractional Interests Reply with quote

Has anyone been following evolving markets that go by either "Fractional Interests" (FIs) or "Shared Appreciation" strategies? They might be of interest if: you've got a lot of equity in your house (asset rich/cash poor), want to trade off a portion of home's upside/downside for upfront cash, and -germane to bears -are not wild about Boston prices going forward.
You get cash upfront, continue to use house as owner (and pay mortgage, taxes, maintenance, etc.), all with no ongoing payments to FI. FI buyer just gets pure exposure to performance of home price.
Looking for either side -owners or investors.
Ping me for details.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 05, 2018 11:01 am GMT    Post subject: Re: Fractional Interests Reply with quote

homepricefuturesguy wrote:
Has anyone been following evolving markets that go by either "Fractional Interests" (FIs) or "Shared Appreciation" strategies? They might be of interest if: you've got a lot of equity in your house (asset rich/cash poor), want to trade off a portion of home's upside/downside for upfront cash, and -germane to bears -are not wild about Boston prices going forward.
You get cash upfront, continue to use house as owner (and pay mortgage, taxes, maintenance, etc.), all with no ongoing payments to FI. FI buyer just gets pure exposure to performance of home price.
Looking for either side -owners or investors.
Ping me for details.


With a 3.5% FHA mortage, you take all the upside benefits, but the bank takes almost all the risk. If it doesn't work out, 3 years after a foreclosure, you can get another FHA loan.
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