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Hard Money Lender Tips for Current or Potential Real Estate Investors

Posted by Jim Emerson

Jan 13, 2022 12:59:58 PM

It is never too late to get into real estate investing. Yet, as with many things in life, you must study and be diligent to be a successful real estate investor because, mind you, real estate investing is not as easy as some make it sound on TV: there are plenty of aspects that could go wrong when buying a property as an investment. In what follows, we give you some tips that might prove helpful to you whether you are a proven investor or are just considering getting into real estate investing.

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Topics: Tips, hard money lenders, houston, real estate investors, AMI Lenders

Residential Investments: 4 Rules for Flipping Houses

Posted by Gonzalo Arjona

Aug 15, 2014 7:30:00 AM

What is a “flipping” a house?  A flip is a residential investment when a house i is purchased in bad condition, with the intention of  renovating and/or remodeling, and is then listed for sale for a profit.  

So what can be some of the challenges when purchasing a home to flip?  These types of investments have many moving parts, so savvy investors will know how to look at the deal from different angles. The purchase price can be as important as the renovation budget or the contractor you pick. The typical variables such as location come into play, along with making renovations that are comparable to what is popular in its proximity. Following are some pointers to follow when venturing into flipper territory.

1. Research the Prior Condition of the Subject Property

It’s important to know as much as possible of the home prior to moving forward with the purchase.  Often times flipped homes are foreclosures from banks. Bank owned properties often sit vacant for extended periods of time, resulting in a number of possible things that can go wrong with the property. Has the home been vandalized? Copper wiring/plumbing removed? Did the pipes burst?  If there is moisture in a home, mold? These are all items that can have a considerable effect on the cost of the repairs, therefore making them key in the success of the transaction. 

2. Know who you’re working with

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Topics: Specialty Loans, Foreclosure, Tips, construction loans, residential investment

4 Tips for Financing Commercial Real Estate

Posted by Gonzalo Arjona

Jun 27, 2014 1:53:03 PM

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Topics: Hard Money, Low Documentation Loans, Tips

   

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