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CAREI Coaching by Bill Bronchick
Explains That There is No Due on
Sale Jail
The due-on-sale (a.k.a "acceleration clause") is a
provision in a mortgage document which gives the lender
the right to de...
An "assumable" loan is one, which is secured by a
mortgage that contains no due-on-sale provision. FHA-
insured mortgages ...
In his CAREI coaching, Bill Bronchick explains that banks
began inserting due-on-sale clauses in their mortgages in
the 19...
The banks used the due-on-sale as a way to kill their own
worst competition. They argued that the reason for the
restricti...
Many people are under the mistaken impression that
transferring title to a property secured by a "due-on-sale"
mortgage is...
To be "illegal," you must be in violation of a criminal law,
code or statute. There is no federal or state law which
makes...
To learn more about sale jail from Bill Bronchick, log on
to www.careicoaching.com.
About Bill Bronchick
Bill Bronchick, CEO of Legalwiz Publications, is a
nationally known attorney, author, entrepreneur, a...
His best selling book, ‘Flipping Properties' was named
one of the ten best real estate books of the year by the
Chicago Tr...
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  1. 1. CAREI Coaching by Bill Bronchick Explains That There is No Due on Sale Jail
  2. 2. The due-on-sale (a.k.a "acceleration clause") is a provision in a mortgage document which gives the lender the right to demand payment of the remaining balance of the loan when the property is sold. It is a contractual right, not a law. This means that if title to the property is transferred, the bank may (or may not), at its option, decide to "call the loan due."
  3. 3. An "assumable" loan is one, which is secured by a mortgage that contains no due-on-sale provision. FHA- insured mortgages originated before 12/89 and VA- guaranteed loans originated before 2/88 contain no due- on-sale provisions. Nearly all loans originated today contain a "standard" due-on-sale clause, which usually reads something like: "If all or any part of the property herein is transferred without the lender’s prior written consent, the lender may require all sums secured hereby immediately due and payable," explains Bill Bronchick in his CAREI coaching.
  4. 4. In his CAREI coaching, Bill Bronchick explains that banks began inserting due-on-sale clauses in their mortgages in the 1970s when interest rates rose dramatically. Home buyers were assuming existing loans rather than borrowing new money from banks because the interest rates on existing loans were lower.
  5. 5. The banks used the due-on-sale as a way to kill their own worst competition. They argued that the reason for the restriction was to be able to police who was living in the property and the collateral for their loan. This argument holds little water, since most banks have not been enforcing due-on-sale violations since the early 80's when interest rates were high.
  6. 6. Many people are under the mistaken impression that transferring title to a property secured by a "due-on-sale" mortgage is illegal. This is because most lay people confuse civil liability with criminal liability, exclaims Bill Bronchick in his CAREI coaching.
  7. 7. To be "illegal," you must be in violation of a criminal law, code or statute. There is no federal or state law which makes it a crime to violate a due-on-sale clause. If the lender discovers the transfer, it may at its option, call the loan due and payable. If it cannot be paid, the lender has the option of commencing foreclosure proceedings.
  8. 8. To learn more about sale jail from Bill Bronchick, log on to www.careicoaching.com.
  9. 9. About Bill Bronchick Bill Bronchick, CEO of Legalwiz Publications, is a nationally known attorney, author, entrepreneur, and speaker. Mr. Bronchick has been practicing law and real estate since 1990, having been involved in over 1,000 transactions. He has trained countless people all over the United States to become financially successful, speaking to audiences of as many as 16,000 at "Get Motivated" events sharing the stage with names like Rudy Guliani, Steve Forbes, and Colin Powell.
  10. 10. His best selling book, ‘Flipping Properties' was named one of the ten best real estate books of the year by the Chicago Tribune. Bill Bronchick is also the co-founder and President of the Colorado Association of Real Estate Investors and the President and Chairman of the College of American Real Estate Investors.
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