Hot Home Deal In Petworth: 716 Upshur St NW, Washington, DC 20011

Posted by Walnut Street Finance Team on Feb 20, 2018

This hot new home deal just came across our inbox and is located in the popular Petworth neighborhood in DC.

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Topics: Real Estate, DC Real Estate, Washington

Hot Home Deal: 5112 H St. SE, Washington, DC 20019

Posted by Walnut Street Finance Team on Feb 20, 2018

Today's featured home deal is located in the Marshall Heights neighborhood of Washington, DC.

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Topics: Real Estate, DC Real Estate, Washington

Are The Risks Worth The Rewards With A Bridge Loan?

Posted by Bobby Montagne on Feb 20, 2018

With any real estate transaction there can be risks and rewards, including when you work with a lender to secure the financing on your deal. With bridge loans, there can be slightly more risk involved, since the main objective is to essentially have two loans out on two properties at once. However, for developers who know their market and are confident in their development plans, the rewards can outweigh the risks and provide a means for paving a smooth path to getting their next deal lined up and ready to go.

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Topics: Hard Money Lending & Processes, Real Estate, Bridge Loan

Weekly Round Up - Real Estate Links We Love - Feb 17

Posted by Walnut Street Finance Team on Feb 17, 2018

This week's collection of real estate links we love...

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Home Deal of the Week: 2305 Rittenhouse Street, Hyattsville, MD

Posted by Walnut Street Finance Team on Feb 16, 2018

For this week's featured home deal we travel outside of Washington, DC into Hyattsville, MD for a 2-level rambler with a lot of potential.

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Topics: Real Estate, Fix And Flip, MD Real Estate

Need Help Financing Your Investment Property? Learn About Your Best Options

Posted by Bobby Montagne on Feb 15, 2018

In a perfect world, financing your investment property would be as simple as taking out your personal (or business) checkbook, writing a check, and handing it over - no heavy lifting or strings attached. Unfortunately, for most developers that isn’t usually the case - especially when they’re first getting started in the world of real estate investing and development. After all, the funds to make the purchase need to come from somewhere, and until you’ve got a few flips and sales under your belt that money simply might not be there yet. So, if you’re weighing your options about financing your investment property, let us walk you through some of the best ones. 

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Topics: Acquisition Loans, Hard Money Lending & Processes, Fix And Flip, Construction Loans, Real Estate Financing

Buying A Historic Home In North Carolina? Read This First.

Posted by Bobby Montagne on Feb 13, 2018

When purchasing a historic home in any market, it can sometimes be a bit more overwhelming and involved than purchasing a recent build. It goes without saying that historic homes have additional considerations - they may require updates to their utilities and infrastructure to make the house fully habitable, or to simply make them more comfortable to live in.  

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Topics: Real Estate, Home Renovation, Fix And Flip

Weekly Round Up: Real Estate Links We Love - Feb 10

Posted by Walnut Street Finance Team on Feb 10, 2018

This week’s round up of real estate links we love...

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Our Pick of the Week - 5414 B St SE, Washington, DC 20019

Posted by Walnut Street Finance Team on Feb 9, 2018

Here is our featured home deal of the week located in Washington, DC.

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Topics: Real Estate, Real Estate Entrepreneurs, DC Real Estate

What Does A Construction Loan Cover?

Posted by Bobby Montagne on Feb 8, 2018

As with most things to do with real estate, there’s a variety of terms and intricacies you need to know and understand. When you’re purchasing property with a loan it can all get a bit more complicated. This is especially true when you’re entering into the investing world as a prospective fix and flipper. For many first-timers, they assume that what they’ll need for their project is a construction loan - which on the face of it makes total sense. After all, they’ll be purchasing a property and then doing construction - why wouldn’t a construction loan be the appropriate method of funding and what is its purpose if not to fund construction? 

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Topics: Real Estate, Fix And Flip, Construction Loans

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