Raising Private Money To Finance Your Property Deals



It really is possible to raise money from private individuals to fund the purchase of an investment property, or to buy a home to live in. The key is to make the right presentation, and that presentation should be constructed with your potential lender in mind.

Three Creative Home Buying Strategies – No Qualifying Needed



Creative buying strategies have long been the domain of real estate investors, but consumers with credit challenges, including even bankruptcy or foreclosure, can use these same strategies to purchase a home and avoid waiting years for credit scores to improve. There are lots of ways to buy a home creatively, that allow you to avoid qualifying for a traditional mortgage

Real Estate Selling Skills For Investors



When it comes to the skills involved in selling residential real estate, we tend to think of real estate agents and the general class of sales skills that go with being a licensed sales person. On the other hand, real estate investors are not out to get listings or drive buyers all over town viewing dozens of different properties, they are about getting their specific property sold…

Real Estate Investing Strategies: Buy or Sell Subject-to The Existing Mortgage



In recent years buying property subject-to the existing mortgage has not been a “mainstream” strategy for real estate investors. Even so, it is a perennial favorite with “no cash no credit” buyers who want to buy a home but cannot or do not wish qualify for a traditional mortgage loan.

Are We Entering A New Era Of Creative Financing?



Those of you old enough to remember the high interest rates of the late 1970’s, which lasted throughout the 1980’s, may recall that quite a few real estate gurus made their name during this period with books on creative financing strategies for buying real estate.

Investing In Real Estate As “Tenants In Common”



One of the lesser known ways of buying and owning real estate is as “tenants in common”. This form of ownership allows more than one person to take an undivided interest in a specific piece of property.

Financing Your Next Home Purchase Without Credit or Qualifying – Part 3



Read part three of our multi-series exploring new and creative ideas for financing your home purchase, that could get you out of a spot even if you’ve recently been through a foreclosure or short sale.

Financing Your Next Home Purchase Without Credit Or Qualifying – Part 2



Read part two of our multi-series exploring new and creative ideas for financing your home purchase, that could get you out of a spot even if you’ve recently been through a foreclosure or short sale.

Ideas For Financing Your Next Home Purchase Without Credit or Qualifying



In part one of this multi-part series, we’re discussing various ways to creatively finance your next home purchase, even if you just went through a foreclosure last month. There are literally dozens of creative ways to purchase a piece of real estate, but your local mortgage lender does not want you to know that you can do so without jumping through endless “hoops” trying to qualify for a mortgage.

House For Sale: What Does It Take To Buy A Home?



When a home buyer sets out to purchase their first home they quickly discover that there are a lot of details involved. To make matters worse, the details vary depending on each individual buyers situation. While the general process is the same for each transaction, the details are likely to be somewhat different in each case.

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