Articles For Aspiring & Active Real Estate Investors
Have you ever wanted to get started in Real Estate but felt like you didn’t have the funds to get your foot in the door?
Have you ever wished there was a way to use other people's money to get your first deal?
In this guide, we will go in-depth on what exactly Transactional Funding is, how it works, how to find these lenders, and how you can benefit from it as a real estate investor & wholesaler.
Here's what we'll cover in The Ultimate Guide For Transactional Funding:
1. What Is Transactional Funding In Real Estate?
2. Who Uses Transactional Funding?
3. 5 Benefits of Using Transactional Funding As An Investor
4. How Does Transactional Funding Work For Wholesalers (Step-by-Step)?
5. Transactional Funding & Double Closing Example
6. How Much Does Transactional Funding Cost?
7. How To Find Transactional Funding Lenders?
8. Can I Use Transactional Funding For An Earnest Money Deposit [EMD]?
9. Alternatives For Transactional Funding?
Private money lenders play a crucial role in the modern real estate industry. But, who are they? How do you find private money lenders? How do you get a private money lender to give you a loan for purchasing a real estate investment property? These are some of the questions that this article answers!
A private money lender is an individual or entity that issues loans secured by a trust deed and note to fund a real estate deal or transaction. Generally, private money lenders are relationship-based lenders. These are non-institutional lenders that provide short-term loans for the purchase of investment properties. An investor can also get a rehab loan from a private money lender.
A real estate investment deal is incomplete without money. As a professional real estate investor, you should always be actively looking for ways to bring in private money lenders to fund real estate investments and tie up...
How do you get money for real estate deals if traditional mortgage lenders do not work for your situation? Consider getting a hard money loan to financing your next house flip, or other type real estate deal! Learn all about hard money lending right now in this article!
A hard money loan is an asset-based loan and one of the options to consider when traditional lenders won’t finance your real estate deals.
A major factor that may affect your traditional loan approval is your income and credit history. Lenders prefer candidates with a reputable loan repayment history. That’s because repayment history demonstrates the ability of the consumer to repay a loan.
However, it’s apparent that having an income and an impressive credit score is not necessary a guarantee for loan approval. Traditional loans have an invasive process and their approval takes a lot of time. On the other hand, hard money lenders...
Real estate is responsible for creating more millionaires than any other industry. If you think you need your own money and tons of experience to get started, think again!
Mastering the skill of raising money is truly necessary to grow & scale your real estate investing business to new heights, which is why Stan Gendlin & Alex Martinez created this article – just for you.
Successful Real Estate Investors, Stan Gendlin & Alex Martinez, have raised over $150 Million of OPM (Other People's Money) to wholesale, fix & flip houses, AND buy cash flowing property investments. Having the ability raise money for real estate deals has allowed them to start & grow multiple 6, 7, & 8-figure real estate investing businesses.
Whether you’ve never done a real estate deal, or have done 100+ deals and raised $100 Million, you will get tremendous value from this article.
You got this – even if you’re starting from scratch! Let's begin...
Real Estate Skills went LIVE recently with Alex Martinez & Stan Gendlin to discuss How To Invest In Real Estate With No Money! Alex & Stan have bought, wholesaled, and fixed & flipped more than $90M in Real Estate since 2012.
The best real estate investing businesses use “Other People’s Money” & creative financing strategies to grow & scale their businesses which are covered in this discussion.
In this LIVE discussion, you will learn: