Chicago Based Mortgage Buyer, DICARO & ASSOCIATES, Now Offers No-Cost Note Appraisals on Paper Assets

DICARO & ASSOCIATES, LLC announces that it will be offering no-cost note appraisals and note valuations on real estate receivables, billboard leases, cell phone tower leases, mortgage notes, and deeds of trust until further notice.

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$250 Note Appraisals Are Currently Being Offered at No Cost

Note Appraisals are perfect for estate planning and facilitating estate distributions.

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) January 31, 2014

Chicago based investment bank, DICARO & ASSOCIATES, LLC, announces the ability to offer no-cost note appraisals of mortgage notes, trust deed notes, billboard ground leases, and most other types of paper assets.

The present day value of real estate notes, payment streams, and other types of paper assets are a mystery to most accountants, attorneys, and financial planners. Only a few select professionals know how to calculate “time value” calculations, yet even fewer professionals know how to evaluate the other risk factors in order to derive at an accurate valuation.

Many professionals and asset holders end up paying large sums of money to companies who specialize in valuations of atypical assets.

Senior Investment Partner at DICARO & ASSOCIATES, Nicholas di Caro, says “ A value-added service of offering free note appraisals and no cost expert opinions of value is sorely needed in today’s market.”

Typical uses of note appraisals would be for divorce settlement cases, estate settlement and estate distributions, and estate valuations for financial planning purposes. DICARO & ASSOCIATES recommends getting updated valuations of paper assets every 3 to 4 years.

Nicholas di Caro is the Senior Investment Partner for DICARO & ASSOCIATES, LLC. Operating in all 50 states from their Chicago, Illinois location, they invest in performing and non-performing real estate notes from $5,000 to $5,000,000. They are actively buying privately held mortgage notes, deeds of trust, and land contracts secured by single family residences, mobile homes with land, and commercial properties. Most recently they have expanded their purchasing ability for billboard ground leases and cell phone tower leases. They have the ability to buy notes that other companies have denied, in addition to providing creative purchase options that are new to the industry. Learn more at http://www.nicholasdicaro.com.


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