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In effect you are saying that spreading the risk over say 10 notes with a blended rate would be more attractive. It figures when I think about it.

I suspect there is not much of this out there given the issues of securities law vs. real estate. If the notes are seperate and you build a portfolio then there are no restrictions.

Anyway, I get the point. Thanks for the post.

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