It has been a busy week for the team...some of us traveled to Scottsdale, Arizona for the 45th National Private Lending Conference, better known as the Pitbull Conference, while the rest of the team held down the fort back at HQ. Here’s your weekly round up of real estate links we love…
Renovate or rebuild: This is the ultimate decision when considering a real estate investment. This choice will determine how profitable your investment will be in the long run, so here are 5 major differences you should be aware of before you decide.
So you’re ready to move forward with your next fix and flip investment, and you’re especially excited about building a beautiful kitchen. But before you start construction, here are five things to keep in mind to maximize your returns while making sure you build something truly spectacular.
Ready to spring forward? It’s that time of year again, when you lose one precious hour of sleep for Daylight Savings! Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead one hour on Sunday, March 11. In the meantime, enjoy our weekly round up of real estate links we love!
Fixing and flipping properties is a great way to increase your personal wealth, especially if you’re planning to fix and flip in Raleigh. However, in order to do it right you’ve got to make sure you’re taking the appropriate steps to save money on your costs so that you can see a profit after all of the hard work has been done. Here, we present six ways that you can save money on your fix and flip projects in Raleigh while also ensuring that the end result of your work is excellent.
Were you caught in the “Windmageddon” this weekend? It was unlike anything we’ve experienced before! Because of the crazy wind storms, we are sorry for the delay in getting our weekly round up of real estate links we love to you. But we hope that you and yours are warm and safe! Enjoy the weekly round up...
A real estate acquisition loan is, conveniently enough, exactly what it sounds like it would be - a loan used to acquire property. However, there’s one pretty large caveat that goes along with real estate acquisition loans, and that is that they can only be used to acquire property. That means that if, as a developer or fix and flipper, you were hoping to take out a loan to purchase property and begin construction or renovation, this is not the loan for you - unless you’ve got other funds ready and available to get the project moving.