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5 “Little Things” You Can Do To Make Your Open House More Appealing

Posted by Ken Meyer on Wed, Jul 13, 2016

You've painted the walls, replaced the appliances, and transformed your real estate investment from a drab, dilapidated property to an attractive, warm, and inviting family home. Once you've listed the house online, it's time to plan your first open house. What can you do to make the open house as successful as possible?

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Real Estate Investment Property: How to Evaluate a Multi-Family Home vs. a Single Family Home

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Sep 01, 2015

Investors in single-family properties, at some point, wonder about multi-family properties. From a management point of view, after all, you have one to four homes instead of just one on a single piece of ground. First-time investors might have the same questions for the same reasons. The issue becomes, then, real estate investment property: How to evaluate a multi-family home vs. a single family home?

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5 Biggest Myths About Hard Money Loans

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Jul 21, 2015

Real estate investment can be scary, especially when people start throwing around the phrase hard money. While it might sound like something out of a heist movie, the kind where the heroes need to make a big score or get their kneecaps broken by a bad guy in a pinstripe suit, hard money loans are actually fairly common when it comes to real estate investing.

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When Should You Walk Away from an REI Deal?

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Mar 03, 2015

Real Estate Investments are tricky things, and while a property might seem like the perfect investment, given the rate of market growth in an area, the equation isn't as simple as, "Will the value be greater in a year?" So…..When Should You Walk Away from an REI Deal?

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5 Things to Look for to Quickly Evaluate a Real Estate Deal

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Feb 24, 2015

Real estate investment wins or loses by the numbers, specifically by key ratios. Metrics like monthly rent as a percentage of purchase price, cash flow per rental unit, and debt coverage ratio give investors a road map to REI success and, sometimes, a red flag signalling potentially disastrous deals.

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The Benefits of Searching Locally for Private Money Lenders

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Jan 27, 2015

If you are considering whether you should search locally for your private money lender, you most likely know that local lenders are often viewed positively because of the personal attention they provide you with. Larger national banks tend not to have the same type of face to face opportunities. However, in addition to creating a trustworthy relationship with your lender, local lenders are able to provide faster loan processing, a greater chance of loan approval, and less of a risk on defaulting.

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The Hard Money Loan Application Checklist

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Oct 07, 2014

There is no doubt that when looking to make a real estate investment, choosing a hard money loan is a great option. However, many people do not get approved for the loan because they were caught off guard with the loan application requirements. To ensure a better chance of having the loan approved, check out The Hard Money Loan Application Checklist.

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5 Common Real Estate Investment Mistakes that Will Cost You

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Sep 30, 2014

Real estate investment is an exciting field, with many opportunities to gain a hefty profit. However, as with all transactions, there are many risks involved. Careful consideration of all details will help you make profitable investments and avoid making potentially disastrous decisions. In particular, take note of the 5 most common mistakes real estate investors make:

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Five Home Improvements to Increase the Value of your REI (Real Estate Investment)

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Jul 08, 2014

If you're getting ready to sell a house and you want to maximize your selling price, of course you're going to want to make sure the house is in its best condition. On the other hand, unless you intend to spend years perfecting every minute detail, you're also going to want to make efficient home improvements, such that you minimize time and energy while maximizing the effect your work will have on the house's resale value. Here are five home improvements to increase the value of your REI (real estate investment) that you can probably do in just a few days without breaking the bank.

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Understanding the Hard Money Lending Process

Posted by Ken Meyer on Thu, Jul 03, 2014

A hard money loan provides a quick-fix for the house flipper searching for capital to fund their real estate investment project, and high-returns for the investor of the hard money loan.

But how does this whole hard money lending process work from beginning to end? Is it complicated or easy? What is the rate of returns for investors? How easy is it for a borrower to get their highly-anticipated approval?

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