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Investor Financing & Creative REI Essentials
Let’s explore some of the risks of using private money, so you’ll get the full picture and decide if this is an avenue you want to pursue.
In my years of investing, I have found one particular source of capital to be the ultimate for both you and your money partner when doing a private loan.
Thinking about pulling money out of your 401(k) to invest in real estate? It’s probably way too costly—and here are the numbers to prove it.
There’s no “right” decision for everyone in the 15-year vs. 30-year mortgage debate. But there’s a good argument that one allows you to build more wealth.
Dave Ramsey, famous author, speaker and media pundit, has a lot of great ideas. But is it REALLY best to only use cash for real estate investing?
The reason leverage is a big concept in real estate investing is because it can be hugely beneficial for investors. Here’s how you’ll likely see it used.
Investing in real estate with a self-directed IRA is often a smart move—but there are wrinkles that can make it less smart. Here’s what you need to know.
One of the biggest advantages to real estate investing is using other people’s money. That said, it’s only an advantage if you can actually get a loan.
Discouraged from buying real estate because of your credit score? Let’s explore whether a low credit score really means you can’t invest.
What does VA loan funding entail, and are YOU eligible? Get all the details here and learn the major benefits this loan can offer your real estate business.
Recently, I spoke on a panel at a real estate event about raising capital—but two years ago, I had no interest in other people’s money. Here’s what changed.
Using a real-world case study, I’m going to show you how you can own the majority of a building even though your investors will finance the whole thing.
For many first-time home buyers, the process of qualifying for a mortgage can be confusing and intimidating. So, what is the bank really looking for?