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How To Find the Best Hard Money Lenders For Your Next Real Estate Investment Deal

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Jul 22, 2014

You've got your eye on a property, and you’re ready to take action, but first you need to get your funding lined up. The bank isn't an option on this one and you don't want to lose the opportunity, so you are looking for a hard money lender to help you make this investment happen. If this sounds like you, then you need to know how to find the best hard money lenders.

Can They Fund You Quickly?

A good hard loan lender should be able to close the deal in 10 to 15 business days and sometimes even less than that. Anyone who takes longer without significant extenuating circumstances affecting the investment is just wasting your time. One of the major reasons investors like you choose hard money lenders is because they offer much better turnaround time than traditional lenders like banks.

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Understanding Hard Money Lenders: Who are they?

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Jul 15, 2014

Hard money lenders issue short-term loans for individuals who are seeking to purchase commercial or residential real estate. Some hard money lenders also extend funds for people who are purchasing land. Most hard money lenders work in private practice and do not utilize conventional financing standards when extending credit. Most borrowers use hard money lenders as a temporary loan that will need to be repaid with an agreed upon fee schedule for the term of the loan. Hard money lenders service a particular niche of buyers who can't acquire financing through conventional methods. Now that you know what a hard money lender is, you need to understand their unique structure of extending credit.

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5 Major Hard Money Lessons Learned in Q1 2014

Posted by Ken Meyer on Thu, Jun 12, 2014

The real estate market in the first quarter of 2014 showed certain resilience as the economic woes of the United States continued. The average selling price of single family homes remained stable while the multifamily market made some steady if meager gains. Here are a few lessons we learned in this market while we waited for the real estate market to truly recover.

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Three Considerations Hard Money Lenders Must Know About Potential Borrowers

Posted by Ken Meyer on Thu, Jun 05, 2014

The nation's economy has always been closely linked to the health of the real estate market; as a result, when the real estate market is booming, so is America's financial state. This symbiotic relationship stems from the influx of cash that investors spend on real estate investments. Fortunately, the investor's measures prove to be as advantageous for the economy as it is for the investor.

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Cracking The Code: ROI Sweet Spot With Hard Money Lending

Posted by Ken Meyer on Thu, May 29, 2014

Hard money lenders offer quick loans on hard to finance properties. Not unreasonably, though, they charge for their unique offering. With this in mind, hard money isn't always the perfect solution for every investment real estate purchase. However, when you need a fast, flexible loan for a property that offers the potential of significant near-term equity growth, hard money lenders are hard to beat.

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3 Powerful Tips for Successful Hard Money Financing

Posted by Ken Meyer on Thu, May 15, 2014

The finding and use of hard money financing may or may not be known or seen as a viable alternative to the average real estate investor, but it is a legitimate funding source that is eschewed by traditional lending sources because it cuts into their own profits. In fact, “hard money” is used all over the country to get deals done that would otherwise never be consummated. Here are three tips to get the most out of this resource:

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Consider Borrowing Hard Money For Your Next Project

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, May 06, 2014

There are as many investment needs out there as there are investors. Each person has his own financial goals and his own risk tolerance. In many cases, traditional lending institutions do not recognize these needs and try to cram an investor into one of their prepackaged deals or worse yet, will not even consider lending funds on a particular project. When this happens, the experienced investor looks to other sources of capital – typically “hard money.” Here's why:

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Jump Start Your Next Project With Hard Money: It Works

Posted by Ken Meyer on Wed, Apr 23, 2014
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3 Steps to Financing with Hard Money

Posted by Ken Meyer on Mon, Apr 21, 2014

While hard money financing may seem like a daunting task to the uninitiated, it actually has quite a bit in common with more standard real estate deals that involve a mortgage and traditional lending institutions. Here are the three main steps to financing with hard money:

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California and Hard Money Lending: Why it Works

Posted by Ken Meyer on Mon, Mar 24, 2014

For years, the continually rising real estate market in the state of California was the envy of the rest of the United States, if not the entire world. While a dose of reality was introduced in the mid-2000s and brought the market back down to earth, it still left plenty of opportunity for the practical investor using hard money.

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