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Wednesday, 22 December 2021 02:36

Rental Property Acquisition Q1 2022

opportunity-2014Rental Property Acquisition Opportunities Abound for Q1 2022

Contrary to the impression the media has been painting of an incredibly tight real estate market with little inventory to choose from, a variety of states are putting more homes on the auction block, with billions of dollars in REOs still in the pipeline. We are offering rental investment loans faster than ever.

The U.S. housing market is shaping up and strengthening, but for those eager to bulk up their portfolios with additional rental properties there are plenty of options, with attractive discounts. Our blanket loan program is full of options for the investor.

Published in Real Estate Investors
Wednesday, 16 October 2019 17:29

Tracking Down the Best Cities to Buy Rental Property

Twelve Best Cities to Buy Rental Property

Tracking Down the Best Cities to Buy Rental PropertyBuying rental property can be an extremely lucrative investment. The key to making the most out it is to know where to buy. You’ll need the rundown on the best cities to buy rental property featuring high-growth areas with strong demand for rental housing to turn a profit.

The Twelve Best Cities to Invest in Rental Properties

While you know how important finding the right location is, finding it can be a challenge. Even more challenging is finding a variety of locations that can effectively diversify your portfolio.

Important things to look for when choosing cities to invest in are the growth rates for both jobs and rent prices.

With funding from direct money lenders, you can finance the purchase of rental properties in some of the hottest markets in the country. Here’s a look at some of the best cities to invest in.

Published in Real Estate Investors

How to Do a Cash-Out Refinance on Your Rental Property

What to Know About a Cash Out Refinance Rental PropertyBanks are not easy to work with when it comes to financing rental properties. To do a cash-out refinance on a rental property, you’ll need to work with a direct money lender. These lenders are not subject to the same stingy standards as banks.

Why do Investors Choose to Cash-Out Refinance?

Seasoned investors take advantage of refinancing their rental properties for a number of reasons. They may be able to qualify for a better loan than their original loan, a change in interest rates, the value of the property may increase, or may need to make some improvements.

Published in Real Estate Investors
Thursday, 29 October 2015 05:00

Facing Rental Property Abandonment?

What are Landlord's Legal Rights?

tenant keysEvery landlord or real estate investor wants decent tenants the day they think of buying rental property. Quiet tenants are considered good choice as they never create a fuss and live quietly without any complaint or arguments. But, sometimes this silence of the tenant raise the issue of abandonment.

 

Generally, landlords focus on trouble-makers and overlook the silent absentees. Silence is good, but not always! If you find that your tenants have disappeared without any notice or are off on long vacation, make sure you inquire about them to avoid any problems down the line.

 

Rental property abandonment is a major problem for landlords. Buying rental property involves such risks right from the very beginning. The situation gets worse if the tenants abandon their furniture, magazines, books, and even trash. If you are facing this kind of problem, following are some tips that you should keep in mind.

Published in Landlord’s Corner

Tactics for Best Deal on Rental Property Loans

close the dealAs rental property financing becomes more accessible for real estate investors more and more are seeking out new acquisitions and are looking to refinance investment property to maximize returns. However, there can be distinct differences in the terms different investors are able to obtain.

 

Here are five tips to consider to enable investors to land the best possible deal on their next rental property loan

Published in Blanket Loan Mortgages

How can real estate investors find more profit in each rental property by using blanket mortgage financing?

Some media outlets and green property investors have recently griped about increased competition in the market, while others see increased, and even more, opportunities opening up. Matters not if its a blanket loan, first single rental home, or commercial property, we got you covered. Whether coming up short on inventory or flush with more deals than you can handle no one wants to leave extra money on the table.

Those that know how to find more room in every property are able to find opportunity where others can’t, and position themselves for maximum per deal, annual and overall returns.

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Investing in real estate with smart tax strategies and knowing how to negotiate out liens and other fees others don’t know how to, have a significant advantage in the market today. However, even simple tweaks such as using superior investment property loan programs and lenders can make a substantial difference in profit margins and net returns.

To find more spread in each deal investors need to reduce acquisition costs, and, or increase operating cash flow. Blanket mortgage financing can enable rental property investors to do both.

There are at least four ways blanket mortgage financing can aid rental home investors in reducing acquisition costs, including:

  • Acting as a cash buyer, or at least being a superior buyer, armed with working capital from a heavyweight and reliable mortgage lender
  • Buying rental properties in bulk, from other investors, at auctions, from government
  • Ability to close fast, providing negotiation power to demand deeper discounts
  • Reduced borrowing and closing costs from using one loan and one set of closing staff

Ongoing cash flow and operating profit margins are enhanced by:

  • Reduced paperwork, bookkeeping burdens, and staffing or accounting costs
  • Eliminating risk associated with confusion when dealing with dozens of lenders, which can otherwise subject investors to practices such as forced placed insurance fraud, title complications, and more
  • Enhanced credit ratings enable real estate investors to continue to obtain better investment mortgage rates and terms in the future. This comes as a benefit of only having one blanket mortgage, keeping other credit sources free, and reducing debt use burden perceived by credit rating bureaus
  • Streamlined access to more capital for rental property portfolio expansion
  • Ultimately blanket mortgage financing can both help investors reduce risk, and increase rental property returns. Why even think of using any other type of leverage?
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