To Flip Or Rent – Comparing Real Estate Investing Exit Strategies

When evaluating a residential property – let’s say it’s a single family home, experienced investors may choose to consider a variety of “exit strategies” when deciding what to do with that property. For purposes of this article, let’s say that an investor is considering the purchase of a 3 bedroom 2 bath residence and wants

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Hard Money Lenders vs. Hard Money Partners

Hard money has always been a staple ingredient in the real estate investors recipe book. But since the housing crash and credit crisis all but eliminated many of the traditional lending programs for real estate investing, hard money lending is making a big comeback. If you’ve never had any previous experience with this form of financing, you may find this information crucial for your success.

Real Estate Money Basics – 10 Ideas For Financing a Home

There are many different ways to find financing to buy a home. But most folks are only aware of just one or two options. Generally, financing for a home can be broken down into two major categories: “Traditional” and “Non-Traditional”.

The Basics Of Using Hard Money To Buy and Fix Investment Property

Hard Money is a type of loan that is generally used by real estate investors to purchase and repair a piece of real estate. Lenders are mostly small companies or private individuals with funds to invest. Learn how to exploit this kind of loan to its full potential and make the most from your investments.

Three Classic “No Down Payment” Strategies

Everyone has heard stories or read about someone who bought a property without paying a single dime as a down payment. But how on earth does this work?

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