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12 11, 2018

Investing In The Nashville Real Estate Market

By |2018-11-12T22:12:05+00:00November 12th, 2018|Categories: Business, Commercial, Construction Loans, Hard Money, Hard Money Loans, Investing, Investment, Investment Properties, Investments, Leasing Your Property, New Construction, New Home Development, New Homes, Private Lending|Tags: , , |0 Comments

There’s a lot of interest in investing in places like Nashville and other strong secondary markets right now. This is due to economic and cultural factors driving people out of more traditional markets. Plus, when you consider the quality of life in much larger downtowns, it's no wonder smaller, homier downtowns are the next big thing. These secondary markets prime for investing are great tourist destinations, just like Nashville. They are also key areas for music and the arts, just like Nashville. Here's what these secondary markets desperately need: Residential condo units. (Last year, Nashville gained a mere 71 units.)

30 10, 2018

Investors Take Advantage Of Atlanta’s Housing Market

By |2018-10-30T12:55:15+00:00October 30th, 2018|Categories: Investing, Investment, Investment Properties, Investments, Leasing Your Property|Tags: |0 Comments

Investors are taking advantage of the fact that nearly 28 percent of homes listed in Atlanta experienced a price drop last month. This makes Atlanta among the markets with the largest year-over-year increases in homes with price drops. Since we know that Atlanta has many areas that are growing, this makes for potentially prime investment real estate. Now, it might not be the best idea to buy a home to flip in the area right now, but it is perfect for investing in an Atlanta rental home. This is a great time for investing in Atlanta real estate after years

20 10, 2018

What Is A Debt Service Coverage Ratio?

By |2018-10-20T23:28:54+00:00October 20th, 2018|Categories: Equity Lending, Investing, Investment Properties, Investments, Leasing Your Property, Rates|Tags: |0 Comments

Have you heard of the commercial mortgage term, "Debt Service Coverage Ratio?" It's the term to describe the ratio that lenders use to evaluate and qualify for the financing of a commercials structure. It shows the cash flow compared to debt service. DSCR For Commercial Properties In general, most banks will need a ratio of 1.5 - 1.35 (net operating income to annual debt service) before lending for commercial property. They just want to make sure you will have enough cash flow to cover the payments each month. Net operating income should include interest, principal, lease payments and sinking fund.

19 10, 2018

What Is Effective Gross Income?

By |2018-10-18T12:28:49+00:00October 19th, 2018|Categories: Hard Money, Hard Money Loans, Investing, Investment, Investment Properties, Investments, Leases, Leasing Your Property|Tags: , |0 Comments

Have you heard the term, "Effective Gross Income?" If you're starting out in real estate investing in Georgia or the Carolinas, you may hear this term. Also called, "EGI," it's the income that you'd have when you subtract losses of income from vacancy, concessions, model units, legal fees, employees, and bad debt. The reason it's important to know an apartment complex's Effective Gross Income is extremely telling. You don't only want to consider the Gross Potential Income. You'll also want to add in revenue generated from other things like coin-operated laundry, parking, or concessions. In order to determine your property's

18 10, 2018

What Is Gross Potential Rent?

By |2018-10-18T12:05:23+00:00October 18th, 2018|Categories: Investing, Investment, Investment Properties, Investments, Leasing Your Property|Tags: , |0 Comments

If you're just starting out as a real estate investor, you may have heard the term, "Gross Potential Rent." So, what exactly is that, and how is it calculated? Gross Potential Rent Gross Potential Rent, also known as "GPR," is the hypothetical amount of revenue that you could make from your apartment community, if it was fully leased all year round at market rental rates. It's the maximum amount of revenue you could bring in from rent on your apartment complex. Determining GPR GPR is important, because it lets you know how profitable the property could be. It's the most

8 08, 2018
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Should You Invest In A Historic Home?

By |2018-08-08T12:09:29+00:00August 8th, 2018|Categories: Hard Money, Hard Money Loans, Investment, Investment Properties, Investments, Leasing Your Property, Tenants|0 Comments

Historic homes offer significant ambiance and beauty. Obviously there are downsides. The natural materials mean more maintenance. Depending on the time period in which the historic home was built, it could also feature hazards like asbestos or lead paint making DIY repairs a little more risky. Additionally, if the home is located in a historic district, you'll face limitations as to what kinds of upgrades you can even make. Sometimes, even window upgrades are restricted which means that your tenants may face higher heating bills. Still, people who are interested in living in historic homes generally expect that challenge. To

29 07, 2018

Community Gardens For Rental Tenants

By |2018-07-29T21:21:32+00:00July 29th, 2018|Categories: Income, Investing, Investment, Investment Properties, Investments, Leases, Leasing Your Property, Tenants|Tags: , |0 Comments

One very progressive concept some landlords across the nation have committed to is community gardens run by and for the tenants. One of the dreams behind home ownership these days is the satisfaction of growing your own vegetables. As a landlord, you can help tenants who are far from the goal of home ownership find some satisfaction by installing some raised beds for participating tenants to use as a community garden. The only effort you technically need to put forth is arranging the agreement of this co-op and installing the raised beds. The tenant do the rest. A garden might

17 07, 2018

Investors: Have You Heard Of Rent Auctions?

By |2018-07-16T22:37:07+00:00July 17th, 2018|Categories: Investing, Investment, Investment Properties, Investments, Leases, Leasing Your Property, Tenants|Tags: , |0 Comments

  If you own rental properties, you've got to hear about this latest concept: Rent Auctions. Typically, you check comparable rental units in the area, check market reports and do your best job at setting the price of rent in your rental units. Right? Then, you advertise the rental unit for the price that you think is the most accurate rate. Consider this though. One South African start up company began a rental listing and management service. Instead of just declaring the rent, landlords have the option t o allow potential tenants to bid on the opportunity to rent a

16 07, 2018

Should You Manage Your Own Investment Properties?

By |2018-07-16T12:56:52+00:00July 16th, 2018|Categories: Investing, Investment, Investment Properties, Investments, Leases, Leasing Your Property, Tenants|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

When you own an investment property, you have a big decision to make. Should you manage your own property or hire a property manager? Ultimately that decision will depend on a number of factors. Is it even feasible? Managing Your Own Investment Properties Property managers have several responsibilities. Here are the basic services offered by property managers that would become your responsibility if you manage your own investment properties: Respond to emergency and repair calls from tenants. (Remember, this could mean a call while you're sleeping or in another meeting.) Co-ordinate repairman visits. Finding tenants to place in your rental

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