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29 06, 2018

Up-To-Date Housing Trends For Atlanta, Georgia

By |2018-07-10T10:55:30+00:00June 29th, 2018|Categories: Developers, Flipping, Hard Money, Investing, Investment Properties, Leases, Leasing Your Property|Tags: |0 Comments

According to current housing trends for Atlanta, Georgia and the surrounding areas, the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta metro area is one of thethe 20 best housing markets for investors in 2018. Actually, the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta metro area is currently considered the seventh best housing market for investors in 2018. Key metrics that helped the greater Atlanta metro area and surrounding cities ranked seventh on the list include the following: The average home price for the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta metro area is $234,249. A 3-year population growth rate of 4.9% is reported for the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta metro area. The 2-year job growth rate Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta metro area is

31 05, 2018

Real House Flipping Is Not Like The Reality TV Shows

By |2018-05-31T13:00:54+00:00May 31st, 2018|Categories: Developers, Flipping, Hard Money Loans, Investment, Investment Properties, Investments|Tags: , |0 Comments

If you're a professional house flipper, you might get frustrated by the reality TV shows. We all know that real house flipping is nothing like how it's depicted in the reality TV shows. For example, no handy investor  picks from a pool of three fixer-upper homes. A great deal of thought is put into investing. Dozens, sometimes hundreds of houses are considered before choosing a home to flip. Market conditions and local dynamics are taken into consideration. Investors even take into consideration local ordinances, difficulty of permit processes compared to other areas, and the velocity of listed homes. Realistically, investors

30 03, 2018

Big Businesses Requesting Municipal Approval Indicates A Neighborhood Prime For House Flipping

By |2018-03-30T13:00:18+00:00March 30th, 2018|Categories: Developers, Hard Money, Investment, Investment Properties, Investments|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Keep your eye on the neighborhoods in which big businesses try to get into. Is a Panera Bread or a McDonald's requesting local permission to build? If you start to notice corporate interest in a particular neighborhood, that's a good sign that an area is about to see a lot of growth. Want a lucrative investment property? Paying attention at city council meetings can be helpful. First of all, they might know something you don't. Remember, they aren't going to waste their money developing if their research departments feel the market doesn't have potential. Also, once they are there, renters

25 10, 2016

Tenants’ Improvements and Betterments (TIBs)

By |2016-10-25T10:00:22+00:00October 25th, 2016|Categories: Developers, Investing|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Tenants’ improvements and betterments (or TIBs) are when a renter makes changes to a property or building that will increase its value. As a commercial landlord, your lease should include a clause about these upgrades and how they become your property at the time of the update. These improvements could include anything from installing new carpet, adding fixtures, or even building an addition. Basically, this means that anything your tenant attaches to your building permanently becomes yours. Who Covers the Expenses of Insurance? How you go about insuring these items depends on your lease. If your tenant is responsible for maintaining the

26 05, 2016

3 Tips for Valuing a Commercial Property

By |2016-05-26T10:00:56+00:00May 26th, 2016|Categories: Business, Commercial, Developers, Hard Money|0 Comments

  Many real estate investors understand the value of walking around a residential neighborhood to gauge the potential investment value of a property. However, fewer REIs place the same importance on walking a commercial property. However, if you know what to look for, you can glean some valuable insight into value of commercial real estate. Valuing Commercial Property: Typical Vehicles and People in the Area As you walk through the area, make note of what you see. Do you feel safe as you walk? What kinds of cars and trucks do you see? Is the neighborhood demographic appropriate for the

12 11, 2015

Investors and Developers: Could You Use Hard Money?

By |2015-11-12T12:56:14+00:00November 12th, 2015|Categories: Commercial, Developers, Investment, Loan, New Construction, New Home Development, Real Estate|0 Comments

In some cases, investors and developers are better off taking out a hard money loan than using a traditional loan. So when is a hard money loan better for developers and investors? Typically, hard money is a better choice when an investor or developer: Needs to close quickly and following traditional funding routes would take too long. Often, banks and other traditional lenders take several weeks – if not longer – to process the paperwork on a loan. Has several good opportunities but not enough cash to accept them all. Banks won’t extend credit if it appears you’ll become over-extended.