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Malik Pearson, Esq.

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Loaning Money

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Essential Loan Documents

Promissory Note Lend with confidence

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Mechanic's Lien Deal with problem clients

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Loan Agreement Lend with interest

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Demand for Money Owed Get paid back
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Common Questions about Loaning Money

What should I include in a Loan Agreement?

While the primary content of a loan agreement will likely be the amount lent and the due date there are other important factors to consider. Be sure that any loan you enter into has a clear payment structure, interest rates, and terms covering any penalties should payments be made late or not at all. If the loan is for an object then be sure to define liability--who is responsible if something happens to the property and who, if anyone, needs to insure it.

What’s a secured loan?

In a nebulous financial situation a secured loan can provide assurance to lenders. A secured loan is simply a loan with some collateral behind it that the lender will receive if the borrower defaults. Common secured loans include mortgage loans and auto loans.

What can I do if my borrower isn’t paying me back?

Collecting on a loan can be frustrating, but if your buyer isn’t paying you in full, there are a few smart tactics to try. The first one is simple: ask again. Politely reminding a borrower, or giving them a few extra days to pay without escalating, can really make all the difference. After that, you can send notices demanding payment, restructure your loan to make payback easier, or, if worst comes to worst, sell the loan to a debt collection agency.

How do I get a home loan?

Getting a loan can be as simple as an agreement and a handshake, however, when you’re borrowing money for a home it can get more involved. Typically the loan begins with an application at a bank or other lending institution. They’ll want to do a credit check and take a look at your financials before they give you money, however. It’s a great idea to have a clear and clean financial picture when you’re considering home purchase, if at all possible.

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More Loan Documents

Loan Money

IOU Form A simple way to lend money
Note Payable Compile all your loan details in one simple place
Payment Agreement Outline the terms of a loan
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Get Specific Promissory Notes

Promissory Note with Balloon Payments Get specific with a payment schedule
Promissory Note Due on a Specific Date Choose when you'll get paid back
Promissory Note Due on Demand Get paid back when you say so
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Collect on Debts

Collection Letter Get what you're owed
Debt Settlement Agreement Restructure a loan and get paid
Demand for Money Owed Assert your authority
Debt Collection Worksheet Map out a plan to get repaid
30-Day Past Due Letter Alert a borrower they're a month behind
60-Day Past Due Letter Escalate your demand for repayment
90-Day Past Due Letter Make a final demand for payment
General Receipt Give a borrower proof of payment
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