Guest Blog- Dylan Snyder REALTOR®

Guest Blog Dylan Snyder REALTOR® The Benefits of Using a Private Lender The myriad of details and the paperwork associated with construction funding, from land acquisition to bridge loans and interim financing, is sometimes enough to make contractors want to seek...

Hard Money Loans and How They Can Help You

A hard money loan is a specific type of asset-based loan financing through which a borrower receives funds secured by the value of the property. The hard money lender looks first and foremost at the value of the property in question as opposed to the credit rating of...

Real Estate, A Good Inflation Hedge

The Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Institute categorizes real estate as an alternative investment that includes residential and commercial properties as well as mortgage-based securities and real estate investment trusts. For most real estate investors, these...

Estimating the Cost of Repairs for Flipping a Rehab

The most commonly-employed strategy for flipping homes (short-term ownership of real estate) is to fix and flip a rehab property. The investor finds a property for sale that needs repairs, buys it at a price well below the retail market value, assumes responsibility...

FLIP, NOT JUST ANOTHER FOUR LETTER WORD

The day HUD released FR (Final Rule)-4615 Prohibition of Property Flipping, “flip” became a four-letter word. Utter the F word at a real estate conference or seminar, and you’re liable to be spending your lunch break at a cozy table for one. After...

Basics to do a “Fix and Flip” sale

Everybody sees these type homes on the market, they’re nothing new.  Deciding on what properties out there could and should be your next “fix and flip” project is a little harder to see, but here goes.  There are some $1M properties on the market right now that are...