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Funding Purchases

Bridge Loans for Conservation Purchases

Borrowing from Revolving Loan Funds

Low and no interest, short-term loans are available to help nonprofit organizations complete land and easement purchases for conservation purposes.

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Installment Agreement

An installment agreement requires the buyer of real estate to pay the seller the purchase price in installments over time; the buyer takes immediate possession of the property but the seller retains legal title as security until the buyer pays in full. An installment agreement can be a low-cost, flexible alternative to a traditional mortgage loan.

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Pennsylvania Local Governments May Support Land Trusts

In Pennsylvania, local governments may give money, land and easements to land trusts.

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Seller Take Back Financing

When a seller wants to close a sale of real estate but the buyer is not yet in a position to fully fund the purchase, the parties can close the sale with the seller taking from the buyer a purchase money note and mortgage in lieu of an all-cash payment.

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