Traditionally, a paper Promissory Note associated with a real estate mortgage is a printed paper document which bears the personal ink signature of the borrower. This paper note has an actual “cash” value and the original physical note is held by the lender as if it were actual cash. Unlike a traditional paper note, and eNote is strictly in digital form and must be retained in a secure, digital environment called eVaults, not unlike crypto currency. Watch the video to learn more.
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