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13 07, 2018

You Control The Value Of Your Multifamily Real Estate

By |2018-07-13T12:58:33+00:00July 13th, 2018|Categories: Hard Money, Investing, Investment Properties, Investments, Leases|Tags: , , |0 Comments

When you have a rental property, especially a multifamily rental property with five or more units, the value of the property is actually based on the income that its able to produce. The wonderful thing about investing in rental properties is that you do have some control over this value. See, you are in control of the income and even the expense of the property. When you first purchase an existing multifamily rental property, you can negotiate better prices for many services. Sometimes, you can install supplementary income generators like coin-laundry or services. You can look at rent and determine

12 07, 2018

How A Cost Segregation Study Helps Real Estate Investors

By |2018-07-12T23:02:24+00:00July 12th, 2018|Categories: Hard Money, Income, Investing, Investment, New Home Development, Real Estate, Taxes|Tags: , , |0 Comments

A cost segregation study can identify and reclassify your property, with the benefit of shortening the property's depreciation time. What happens when the property's depreciation time is reduced, as you probably know, is that your current income tax obligations also reduce. Using this tool, the IRS allows to to speed up the depreciation on certain things such as carpet or cabinets, and even light fixtures and flooring in a building. That way, you can enjoy tax savings sooner! So why doesn't everyone do a cost segregation? Well, the cost of it is not cheap. So, only investors with significant property

30 06, 2018

Up-To-Date Housing Trends For Nashville, Tennessee

By |2018-07-10T10:54:05+00:00June 30th, 2018|Categories: Hard Money, Investing, Investment Properties|Tags: |0 Comments

Are you a real estate investor curious about housing trends for Nashville, Tennessee? Nashville's a great city and we do provide hard money loans for qualified investment properties in Nashville. The latest data about Nashville housing trends is in. Here are the basics that you need to know about if you're looking for investment properties in Nashville. According to the most up-to-date housing trends for Nashville, the median sales price for homes in Nashville was $315,000. This analysis was based on 2,021 home sales in the city. The average price per square foot for a home in Nashville was $211.

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

24 06, 2018

NCDOR Directive For Real Property And Real Property Contract Retail Sales Tax

By |2018-06-24T15:00:40+00:00June 24th, 2018|Categories: Hard Money|Tags: , |0 Comments

The NCDOR has published a directive clarifying what services relating to real property are subjected to sales and use tax. It addresses North Carolina General Statute § 105-164.4H. The statute says that services to real property are actually to be considered retail sales and subject to sales and use tax unless the service is subject to a tax as a real property contract, as a mixed transaction contract, or is otherwise exempt from sales and use tax. Still, it specifies that all all receipts are subject to the retail sales tax unless it's separately established otherwise by proper records. The “real property

16 06, 2018

When To Walk Away From A Potential Real Estate Investment

By |2018-06-16T15:00:33+00:00June 16th, 2018|Categories: Flipping, Hard Money, Hard Money Loans, Rehab Loans, Tenants|Tags: |0 Comments

Successful real estate investors know when to walk away from a potential real estate investment. They know how to spot the signs of a bad investment. Every deal isn't going to be worth the time, money and effort. So, here are some tips to know when to walk away from a potential real estate investment! Make sure your income potential is immediate. Don't invest for some "huge payout" at some indefinite date in the future. Lack of income documentation on a rental property. If a seller is selling an existing rental property, make sure you see proof of rental rates,

9 06, 2018

Atlanta Ranked Number 10 For Extremely Healthy Real Estate Market

By |2018-06-09T13:00:43+00:00June 9th, 2018|Categories: Flipping, Hard Money, Investing, Investment, Investment Properties, Investments|Tags: , |0 Comments

  Atlanta's real estate industry is booming. If you're a property investor near Atlanta, you probably already know this. Atlanta was ranked number 10 for its healthy real estate market. See, WalletHub compared over 170 cities in the United States. Though Atlanta took 69th place among those cities for job opportunities and competition, the real estate market still thrives! If you're an investor or if you flip houses, Atlanta can be one of the most profitable cities to focus on. Besides WalletHub's ranking, this year, Forbes and Local Market Monitor listed Atlanta among the cities where growth appears most sustainable. The Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta

7 06, 2018

Hard Money Loan Property Requirements

By |2018-06-07T13:00:34+00:00June 7th, 2018|Categories: Hard Money, Hard Money Loans|Tags: |0 Comments

Interested in learning more about the hard money loan property requirements? You've come to the right web page. As a legitimate hard money lender, we have specific hard money loan property requirements. Keep in mind, we are a direct hard money lender. We are not a brokerage service. So, we know exactly what we're talking about in the specifics of these residential guidelines. Hard Money Loan Property Requirements If you're interested in a hard money loan to flip a house or for another residential investment purpose, the following are our hard money loan property requirements. First mortgage lien only Loans

17 05, 2018

Heads Up About Fulton County Property Tax Bills

By |2018-05-17T15:00:52+00:00May 17th, 2018|Categories: Hard Money, Investments, Taxes|0 Comments

If you're thinking about an investment property in Fulton County, you should be aware that the Fulton County Board of Assessors announced a 25 percent median increase in the year's home appraisals. Last year, Fulton County residents complained about drastic assessment increases. After those complains, Fulton County decided to keep assessments the same as the year before. Still, that won't work this year. See, according to law, tax assessments must be close to market value and Fulton is doing very well. Still, in Fulton County, the board of assessors did tell the public they would investigate properties that might have

11 05, 2018

Atlanta’s Entry-Level Homes In Extremely High Demand

By |2018-05-11T13:00:53+00:00May 11th, 2018|Categories: Hard Money|Tags: , , |0 Comments

It's a great time to flip houses in Atlanta: Atlanta's entry-level homes are in extremely high demand. Across the nation, the housing inventory is historically low. Plus, over half of the available homes are consider on the high end price-wise.  A mere 22 percent of homes on the market right now are considered entry-level homes. In Atlanta, entry-level homes are even less available. A mere 13 percent of all homes in Atlanta are entry-level homes. Keep in mind that many homes out there are out of reach for first-time home buyers, because they can't pass an inspection. Sometimes, it's for