How to Fund Any Real Estate Deal

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Regardless of the endeavor, often times the first step is the hardest to take.

Fortunately, when it comes to funding deals, step one is fairly straightforward.

How to Analyze a Real Estate Deal

Deal analysis is one of the best ways to learn real estate investing and it comes down to fundamental comfort in estimating expenses, rents, and cash flow. This guide will give you the knowledge you need to begin analyzing properties with confidence.

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Newbies: Learn This Important Tip for Funding Properties

In today’s video, I’ll tell you where to begin. What’s even better is that this advice applies no matter which financing strategy you choose to implement.

(Hint: BiggerPockets’ investing calculators are going to come in super handy.)

Related: 3 Creative Strategies to Finance Real Estate Deals

Do you agree with my opinion on where to start? If not, what would you recommend?

Comment below.

About Author

Matt Faircloth

Matt Faircloth, Co-founder & President of the DeRosa Group, is a seasoned real estate investor. The DeRosa Group, based in historic Trenton, New Jersey, is a developer and owner of commercial and residential property with a mission to “transform lives through real estate." Matt, along with his wife Liz, started investing in real estate in 2004 with the purchase of a duplex outside of Philadelphia with a $30,000 private loan. They founded DeRosa Group in 2005 and have since grown the company to owning and managing over 370 units of residential and commercial assets throughout the east coast. DeRosa has completed over $30 million in real estate transactions involving private capital including fix and flips, single family home rentals, mixed use buildings, apartment buildings, office buildings, and tax lien investments. Matt Faircloth is the author of Raising Private Capital, has been featured on the BiggerPockets Podcast, and regularly contributes to BiggerPockets’s Facebook Live sessions and educational webinars.


  1. Patrick Liska

    Nice video, are you preparing for a TV show? I have to agree with this video., my 1st property, i went to the bank armed with numbers for the property, 2 years tax returns, a net-worth calculation prepared by my financial adviser and copies of recent bank statements showing my bank accounts. the loan officers jaw almost dropped when i handed that to her and told her what i wanted to do with the property, the bank took no time getting back to me with an approval. The best advice is to come prepared and act like you know exactly how your numbers are going to work and that they will get their money, let them think you know exactly what you are doing.

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