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Thin Credit? Consider Hard Money Lending

When trying to purchase a property through a conventional route, one’s credit history needs to be near perfect to receive approval and a favorable loan rate. However, to build credit one must create temporary debt, so what do you do if you prefer to use cash as much...

Reasons to Go with a Bridge Loan

Previously we took a closer look at bridge loans, another type of option available to those that are “in between” properties. If you’re on the fence about them, let’s explore a few reasons why they may work for your needs. Time is critical when it comes to deals. If a...

Is a Bridge Loan Right for You?

The simplest way to define a bridge loan is as a short-term loan providing temporary financing until a permanent financing solution can be secured. These types of loans provide quick financing and they allow a prospective property owner to borrow against the equity in...

Looking for Optimum ROI? Upgrade the Bathroom

When upgrading a property for maximum return on investment, bathroom remodels are arguably among the safest and most valuable bet, in terms of interior investments anyway. Whether it’s a project you intend to do yourself or whether you’re planning on hiring a...

Properties That Are “Free and Clear”

Depending on your familiarity with real estate, you may have heard the term “free and clear”. If you’re new to the world of investing and real estate, that may not make much sense to you. Free and clear is simply another way of saying that the property is free of any...

Debunking Hard Money Loan Myths

Hard money loans are aimed at a specific group of buyers and owners. Just like any loan, they may not be the right choice for everyone. However, if it’s a type of loan you’re considering, it’s important not to believe the myths attached to them. For one, hard money...

Reasons You May Lose Investment Money

Real estate investing may seem intricate, yet a large portion of investors have a tendency of losing money in several different ways. If you’re still getting your feet wet with investing, be careful to avoid the following risks. Not properly budgeting repairs. Unless...