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Investor Loans Made Simple

Hard money or investor loans are real estate loans that many contractors use to get money to finance the purchase and/or renovation of depressed properties to resell or get a long-term mortgage at the renovated value. Unlike traditional loans from banking institutions...

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Why Real Estate Investors Use Short Term Loans

Real Estate Investors Real estate investors are involved in multiple markets where they are not expected to remain in the property. Typically, examples include people who buy properties to repair and resell, or landlords renting to individuals or families. Whatever...

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4 Types of Real Estate Investor Financing

When you need real estate investor financing, there are basically four types. Although some would argue there are other types, those are customarily just derivatives of these four; traditional lenders, equity partners, portfolio lenders, or hard money lenders. We will...

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What Is My Harvey Flip Worth?

When you consider buying a Harveyflood-damaged home to remodel for yourself and your family, to resell or rent, there are some serious issues you need to look at before you buy.One of significant issue that can’t getrenovated, remodeled, or remediated is the stigma...

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Hard Lenders for Business: Not the Typical Loan

When you need money to start a business or project, but your credit scores are not high enough to secure a traditional business loan, hard lenders for business may be an alternative source of funding. Hard Lenders for BusinessLoans Hard lenders for businesscan provide...

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Residential Investors Rehab Loans Made Simple

There are two types of residential investors rehab loans: the private money rehab loan and the permanent mortgage rehab loan. The permanent mortgage rehab loan is offered by Fannie Mae and other loan institutions and has specific owner occupancy requirements. These...

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Private Investor Home Loans Can Be Beneficial to Both Parties

When it comes to private investor home loans, it’s obvious the person investing the money benefits from having their money work for them by collecting interest during the period of the loan. Even when the person who borrowed the money defaults on the loan, the...

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Private Money Lenders-Real Estate Investors Opportunities

The opportunities for private money lenders-real estate investors go hand in hand. Real estate investors often need cash to make the necessary renovations to properties before putting that property on the market, and private money lenders have that cash to lend for...

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Will Private Real Estate Financing Work For You?

It’s hard to imagine this is the final season of Fixer Upper, the wildly popular television series about Chip and Joanna’s adventures in fixing up old homes and reselling them for a profit. It’s easy to imagine how a TV show about fixing up old houses would be so...

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