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If you have assets for sale, and you are wondering if Cherokee would be interested in buying them, please see What We Buy, an Overview or download a brochure on Transforming your Non-Performing Assets.

If you are visiting this web site conducting due diligence on Cherokee, we recommend you visit these web pages:

The person responsible for coordinating asset acquisitions is Jay Wolfkind in our Red Bank, New Jersey office. We welcome the opportunity to speak with you about your non-performing assets, and how Cherokee can quickly and cleanly solve these problems for you. Whether you are the owner of a single property, or the manager of a large portfolio of non-performing mortgages, we will be discreet, responsive, and fair.

Jay can be reached at (732) 741-2000, or by our email webform at Contact Cherokee.


Cherokee is an opportunity investor. We acquire non-performing assets, and work to recover some latent value associated with the assets.

Cherokee Realty owns and operates residential and commercial investment properties. This is the web site you are currently viewing. Other Cherokee group affiliates buy and collect non-performing mortgages, tax liens, and other financial obligations or contract rights.

Cherokee's core paradigm is recycling. Whether we're working with a charged-off , an old tax lien, an uncollected judgment, or a blighted piece of real estate, if it's not performing to its potential, we try to identify and recover that value. It requires a great deal of work, vision, patience, and tolerance for risk.

The best way to initiate a conversation with Cherokee our Acquisitions Director, Jay Wolfkind.Jay can be reached at (732) 741-2000, or by our email webform at Contact Cherokee

If you are an Intermediary who would like to introduce an opportunity to us, please go to our Intermediaries page. If you are a real estate broker interested in offering us a piece of property, please go to our Real Estate Brokers page .

If you own or manage a non performing asset, and you are undecided as to how you want to proceed, and you came to this web site looking for information, we offer Information for Owners of Distressed Assets at this web page.

If you own, service or are otherwise associated with defaulted mortgages, including individuals who took back a mortgage when they sold property (called a Purchase Money Mortgage or Seller Financing), we offer information specific to you at Owners of Non Performing Mortgages.

If you own, service or are otherwise associated with property tax liens, also known as Tax Sale Certificates, whether or not it is mature or non-performing, we offer information specific to you at Owners of Non Performing Tax Liens. Cherokee Equities, an affiliate of Cherokee Realty, buys tax liens. After reviewing the introduction on Owners of Non Performing Tax Liens, you will be offered a link to more detailed information on the Cherokee Equities web site.

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If you would like more information about mortgages, and non-performing mortgages in particular, as well as links to other Internet resources, please go to our Mortgages page.

If you would like more information about mortgages, which are also known as Security Instruments or Deeds of Trust, and non-performing mortgages in particular, as well as links to other Internet resources, please go to our Mortgage Industry page.