Financing and Credit
The drop in household debt in the second quarter of this year contains some really great news for Real Estate investors. During the period from April through June, U.S. household debt dropped 0.5% from the previous quarter. Over time this will lead to a stronger housing market, but in the short term the numbers reveal [...]
This article is going to be a quick one. I’ve been crunched on time. The phones are ringing. I’m about to run out and see a bunch of properties. Before I leave, I need to offer an apology to everyone who has been reading my posts. For the last three or four weeks I have [...]
This Webinar Replay will Show You How to MAXIMIZE Your Business Potential with $200,000 to $500,000 in Business Credit!
About 2001, I created a system that enabled me to double, and at times triple, my deal flow while at the same time financing all of my purchases. So no matter how many deals you are presently doing, I am going to share with you a system I devised that will enable you to double, and possibly triple, the amount of money you are presently making.
- Advantages of Business Credit
- The In’s & Out’s of Business Funding
- How to get Business Credit
- New, Easy Strategies to Get $200,000 in 90 Days
There are a lot of moving pieces to putting a good deal together. Proper funding can always be an issue. Whether you do 1 deal a year or 1000, there are times when cash gets tight. At Hard Money Bankers we provide exceptional access to capital to fund your real estate deals. But there are [...]
If you have rental properties, you probably realize that evictions are a necessary (and unwelcomed) part of being a landlord. The prime focus of an eviction is to get the dead-beat tenants out of the house. Often it can be difficult or impossible to recover the lost rent and cost to repair damage to a [...]
By Jeff Shiller, Esq. A quote from Les Christie, a CNN Money reporter, the other day: “Buy a home on the cheap and flip it for big profits? That dream is all but dead.” All but dead? Allllllrighty, then. Sorry guys, we’re shuttering the windows, locking the doors and heading out to save [...]
I hope you’re having a fun-filled and relaxing summer. Have you, like me, been taking time to chill on the beach with your dog named Skipper and read exciting non-fiction books about the U.S. fiat money system and failed economic policies? I knew it! I hadn’t planned on blogging until summer was over, but when [...]