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How to Line Up Qualified Buyers So That You Can Flip Properties

How to Line Up Qualified Buyers So That You Can Flip Properties

| February 22, 2010 | 0 Comments

In the last article, we talked about how you can still flip properties – literally overnight in some cases – in this economy. However, the key to this type of speed actually lies in your willingness and ability to network and set up buyer connections ahead of time so that when a good, qualifying deal […]

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What If I Just Want to Flip?

What If I Just Want to Flip?

| February 22, 2010 | 0 Comments

We have spent a lot of time talking about short sales recently. This is because in many ways, flipping short sales has taken the place of flipping contracts and properties themselves. It is not because those types of deals are no longer available, but instead largely due to the fact that most buyers are going […]

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Understanding the Difference Between Transactional Funding and Simultaneous Closings (Transactional Funding, Part 4)

Understanding the Difference Between Transactional Funding and Simultaneous Closings (Transactional Funding, Part 4)

| February 18, 2010 | 0 Comments

Historically, simultaneous closings were a great way for real estate investors, buyers and sellers to all get their “piece of the pie” very quickly in a real estate flip. Simultaneous closings occur when a seller signs a contract selling the property to a real estate investor. This contract is put into the hands of a […]

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When Transactional Funding Alone Won’t Work (Transactional Funding, Part 3)

When Transactional Funding Alone Won’t Work (Transactional Funding, Part 3)

| February 18, 2010 | 0 Comments

Now that you understand how transactional funding works, it probably has taken a pretty big load off your mind. Turns out, despite the new laws that require your name to be on the deed of a property that you sell, you can still get funding that is not a risk to you or the lender […]

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A Basic Introduction to Transactional Funding (Transactional Funding, Part 2)

A Basic Introduction to Transactional Funding (Transactional Funding, Part 2)

| February 16, 2010 | 3 Comments

In today’s lending environment, most lenders will not lend money for a transaction unless the name of the owner of a property is on the deed to the property. Lenders say that this is because they are attempting to prevent lending and real estate fraud. They say that it helps them insure that the property […]

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New Developments in Short Sale Transactions (Transactional Funding, Part 1)

New Developments in Short Sale Transactions (Transactional Funding, Part 1)

| February 15, 2010 | 0 Comments

Whether you have done short sales in the past, or you have educated yourself about these transactions, you are probably fairly familiar with the basic function of the real estate deal. Essentially, the owner of the home gives a third party the right to the deed of the home and to negotiate with the bank […]

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Short Term Real Estate Investing in a Bad Economy

Short Term Real Estate Investing in a Bad Economy

| February 14, 2010 | 0 Comments

If you have been watching the news, then you likely are having some pretty serious concerns about your ability to perform as a professional real estate investor in this economy – particularly if your main focus is short term real estate investing rather than long term. However, in reality, the real estate investing reality is […]

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