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Realtor 100 Program

Introducing the Realtor 100 Program!

As a realtor, you probably see a lot—like, A LOT–of properties cross your desk every week. And out of those properties, you’ve probably seen your fair share of sweet real estate deals.

Well, have you ever considered purchasing one of those value-add properties for yourself so you can flip it or keep it as a rental?

If so, we can help you stop listing and start buying with our Realtor 100 Program.

This real estate agent-only program is designed to help you make more money by boosting your cash flow and keeping your clients happy. It’s a win-win situation. You get to make more than your usual commission, AND you get to rescue clients who need to sell their home fast.

The Realtor 100 Program offers:

  • 100% financing
  • Fast closings
  • Fewer hiccups because you’ll buy properties as-is. That means you won’t need to worry about appraisals, lender inspections, funding conditions, slow underwriting and other issues that cause the entire process to grind to a halt.

Better yet, you can choose to close each investment deal in your own name, or a company name. And don’t worry about finding a business partner. That isn’t required to get the ball rolling on these kind of deals.

So, what are you waiting for? A new, innovative strategy to make more than your usual real estate agent commission is right at your fingertips! You just have to reach up and take hold of it.

Ready to get going today? Great! Our team is here and ready walk you through the Realtor 100 Program. Because we’re all eager to set you on a path that helps you make the kind of money you need…to live the life you want.

And, as always, remember that cash flow makes life flow.

Happy investing!

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How to Buy a Rental Property: 5 Ways To Fund Your Real Estate Deal

Do you want to know how to buy a rental property? Then check out these 5 ways to fund your real estate deal.

If you’re interested in generating positive cash flow with a rental property, then it’s important you know how to actually BUY a rental property. Like, where does the money come from? Because most real estate investors don’t have hundreds of thousands of dollars sitting around.

Most will need a real estate loan.

So, let’s take a quick look at the various types of real estate lenders you can rely on to fund your rental properties. Just like fix and flips and other value-add properties, you have 5 different options, and each of these options have various pros and cons.

Hard Money.

Hard money is a great option when you need to close a deal fast. We’re talking days instead of weeks or months. Plus, most hard money lenders offer 100% financing.

The downside is hard money can be expensive. Rates tend to be higher than other lenders. But this type of loan is intended to be short-term. If used correctly, you only pay these high rates for 6 months or less.

Non-Traditional Loans

Another option to buy a rental property is using a non-traditional loan. These are excellent for those who don’t have—or don’t want to use their tax returns. Unfortunately, they also come with high rates, so they’re more expensive than some of your other real estate funding options.

Banks

Banks are useful for those who can make the cut. They offer lower rates and allow you to keep your real estate loan in your LLC or business name.

But banks also have the strictest requirements, and if you don’t meet those requirements, you’ll get rejected. Worse, they require 3-5 year terms, so you can’t get in and out of them as fast as hard money and other loan options.

Traditional Loans

Traditional loans are one of your cheaper options because they offer the best rates. But be careful, because these types of loans have stricter requirements. And, unlike banks, you can’t put the loan in your LLC or business name. You have to keep it in your personal name.

OPM (Other People’s Money)

Compared to all the other real estate lenders, OPM offers the lowest cost and highest flexibility. You only pay interest, so there are no points or other random fees. Better yet, you and your lender can set the terms together.

The only downside to OPM is finding those who are willing to lend their money to you. But that’s where gaining experience and knowledge in real estate investing helps. The more you know, the more you can prove you’re worth the investment.

So, there you go. If you’re interested in buying a rental property, one of these 5 options can help you actually BUY it. Which one is the best? Well, there’s no right answer to that, because every real estate investor has a different path. What works for you might not work for someone else.

Ready to find out what YOUR path is? Great! Our team is here to help. We’re excited to set you on a path that helps you make the kind of money you need…to live the life you want.

Happy investing!

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How to Get a Loan for Your Rental Property Investment

How to Get a Loan for Your Rental Property Investment

Are you looking for a lightning fast, easy loan for your rental property investment? Something that comes with affordable, long-term fixed rates?

Then we have your solution.

We call it the Easy Rental Loan, but you might notice that other lenders in the real estate industry call it a DSCR loan (debt service coverage ratio loan).

Yeah, we’ll stick with Easy Rental Loan, because it’s just easier to remember!

 

All you really need to know about this type of loan is that it revolves around 2 key items:

  1. A decent credit score,
  2. And a lease that covers the monthly cost of your property.

What do we mean by “monthly costs”? Well, if you look at most rental property calculators, they have you add up the following to see what you owe on the rental property each month:

  • Mortgage payment
  • Property taxes
  • Insurance
  • HOA fee

If your property positively cash flows (aka, you make more than you spend on the property), then you can qualify for an Easy Rental Loan. Better yet, you can still qualify for good interest rates and a 30-year fixed term.

Better still, you don’t have to worry about submitting tax returns, being in business for 2 or more years, or having too many financed properties.

It really doesn’t get easier than that.

So, if you’re looking for a fast, efficient, and, most importantly, EASY solution to funding your rental and other value-add properties, then look no further. We’ve got an Easy Rental Loan waiting for you.

Ready to chat about your cash flow options? Great, our team is here and eager to set you on a path that helps you make the kind of money you need to live the life you want!

Happy investing!

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Friday Fun: So Much Cash Flow

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Friday Fun: So Much Cash Flow

Friday Fun: So Much Cash Flow

Ready to boost your cash flow and maximize your equity?Our team can show you how using our Quick To Buy, Quick to Refi strategy. Contact us today!

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Have you heard of the 1% Rule? Yes? No? Either way, check out this video from Matt McKeever about why you need to know about this real estate investment strategy.

 

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One of the best ways to make the most on your investments is to find wholesale deals. But, how do you do that? Well, here are 5 tips from REIClub.com. Check them out!

Ready to learn more? Visit our Investor Tools page, or contact us today!

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How do you analyze an investment property before you invest in it? Well, check out this walk-through from Bigger Pockets. It offers excellent tips on evaluating a property in order to sell (or rent) it for top dollar.

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Friday Fun – Cash Flowing

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Friday Fun – Cash Flowing

Friday Fun – Cash Flowing

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Check out this real life example of BRRRR (Buy, Renovate, Rent, Refinance, Repeat). Matt McKeever offers an excellent illustration of the popular investment strategy.

Ready to give the BRRRR method a try, but need help with your financing? No worries. Contact us to figure out your financial path and take advantage of our 2-Step Loan Program.

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