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You didn't say whether you would be the primary lien holder or second. Those are two different risk levels. But owner financing is great if the person buying the house makes the payment. It's bad when you become the collection agent. Over what term would you feel comfortable lending this buyer money, knowing that there is a possibility that they may have circumstances where they are unable to pay. Then there's the process of getting the house back and seeing what condition it is in. Would you lend this buyer your money---the same amount of money that you would get from selling the house outright? If not, then you might be better off selling it and investing elsewhere.
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