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What to Expect from Your Hard Money Lender

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Sep 16, 2014

The world of hard money lending is a tight knit one, but one that plays fair with those who act honorably. Still, each lender is trying to maximize their own gains while providing the necessary funding to borrowers. With those two facts in mind, here's what to expect when dealing with a hard money lender:

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5 Tips to Securing a Hard Money Loan

Posted by Ken Meyer on Thu, Jul 10, 2014

Hard money loans are easier to get than traditional loans, but that doesn't mean that getting qualified is as simple as just asking for the money. Here are five tips that can help you to get your loan more quickly.

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5 Questions to Ensure Success with Hard Money Financing

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Jul 01, 2014

When it comes to hard money financing, you might get intimidated when talking to a lender and not always knowing the right questions to ask. Lenders are there to help you with your current financial situation and guide you through the financing options that are best for you. Hard money loans allow more borrowers to participate since they are easier to obtain than traditional bank loans. If you are thinking about getting a hard money loan, we have 5 Questions to Ensure Success with Hard Money Financing that you need to know before applying for your loan.

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Tips for Working with Hard Money Lenders

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Jun 17, 2014

For those borrowers new to hard money lending, there are increasingly more lenders springing up eager to capture your business. While the process of obtaining a hard money loan is neither complex nor difficult to come by, you do want to educate and prepare yourself so that when you need to pull the trigger on getting your hard money loan, you can act swiftly. Here are some simple tips to help you out.

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The Implications of Hard Money

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, May 13, 2014

The concept of hard money has a lot of implications. In the current market, dominated by "financial" as opposed to "real" values, your worthiness as a debtor is decided by your ability to repay the loan, rather than the value of the asset associated with the loan itself. When searching for a hard money loan, however, you are looking for money that is not guaranteed or backed by a government. Rather, you are looking for a loan based to a great extent on the value of the asset that is placed in collateral, and the market skills of the transaction participants.

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3 Signs You Should be Investing with Hard Money vs Cash

Posted by Ken Meyer on Thu, Feb 27, 2014

If you're doing the kind of real estate investments that traditional lenders don't touch, you eventually have to decide between hard money vs. cash. Investing with cash is simple and inexpensive, but it limits your returns and your scope while also increasing your risk. If any of these situations apply to you, you should consider taking the hard money side of the hard money vs. cash debate.

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