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No doubt Apartment buildings are hot today! Every day I get emails from those who are exploring such avenue. But there is a major difference between being a real investor and a "wanna be" investor. …Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Carmen Alexe Feb 17, 2012.
Excellent low rates, assumable loans, up to 30 year amortization, up to 80% LTV, min. 80-90% occupancy. No distressed properties, no new construction and no brokers, please. If you have a summary of…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Sancho Alesna Nov 24, 2011.
Qualifying sectors: Infrastructure, Energy, Manufacturing, Technology, and only some strong Commercial R.E. projects. Location: worldwide but the country's S&P rating & political risk are…Continue
Started Nov 15, 2011
If your life revolves around real estate you’re probably wondering when will the real estate market bounce back. And even if you’re not directly involved in real estate you’re most likely wondering when will you be able to sell your property for a price above your loan balance.
So, if you’re like most people and listen to the news you would have heard this. …Continue
Posted on October 9, 2012 at 10:57am
I don’t have a crystal ball but I follow the fundamentals and the market is screaming to get out of your adjustable mortgage if you have one as soon as possible. Here is why.
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Posted on October 4, 2012 at 8:20am
Not long ago I was having an in-depth conversation with one of my friends on the topic of Real Estate Investing. You see, my friend is a real estate investor who thinks like a real estate investor. His claim was that he liked to make money by using other people’s money (OPM). I can’t fault him for that. That’s how banks, insurance companies, and other financial institutions make money. So, why not use this concept for personal gains?
Reality is that during today’s lending climate…Continue
Posted on September 18, 2012 at 12:52pm
Looking to understand what it takes to get a commercial loan nowadays? It really doesn’t take a lot more than a solid project and a solid applicant borrower. I’ve written many articles before on how to qualify a project and a borrower but if you’re currently in need of a loan I thought it would be a good idea to involve a qualified mortgage pro to help you…Continue
Posted on June 4, 2012 at 12:06pm