Grant Hall on Privacy Living

Secret Home Mortgage?
The masses provide lenders and their henchmen with a clear roadmap to their home. Why not borrow money secretly and create an “invisible home mortgage?”
You and your family will not be subjected to dangerous scams and ugly threats. You’ll avoid property confiscations and burglaries. Live without fear. Keep snoops from finding your home when they access your credit bureau files.
How do you initiate a private home mortgage?
One has to borrow using a non-traditional lender. Perhaps from a company he or she controls. Or through the pledging of assets as collateral and then borrowing against these assets. Do you or a company under your control own farm land or other real property, Gold, Silver or rare coins? A margin account can be an ideal source of borrowing, too. You could borrow from a company under your control or from the business that employs you.
In any case, the goal is to repay the loan while disguising the nature of the purchase. Please keep everything above board and according to the provisions of the credit sources you use. It is not necessary to deceive or engage in anything illegal for the sake of personal privacy.
In my latest book, Privacy Crisis Banking, my personal techniques are fully explained.
If you truly desire personal privacy, you’ll have to start with a private residence-whether you rent or own the dwelling. And if money is borrowed for a home purchase, the world will know where you live when a traditional home mortgage is taken out on the property as credit bureau files will reveal this information.
It’s best to avoid the borrowing practices of the masses when you want home privacy. Once you title the property as I describe in Privacy Crisis, you will avoid data bases and the problems that are associated with having your home address known to everyone. You and your family will avoid the fear associated with dangerous stalkers and identity theft.
Thanks for reading.
Grant Hall