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27 03, 2018

Things To Look Out For When Shopping For Hard Money Lenders

By |2018-03-27T15:00:33+00:00March 27th, 2018|Categories: Equity Lending, Hard Money Loans, Private Lending|Tags: , |0 Comments

If you're shopping for a Hard Money lender, here are some things to look out for. You want a real hard money lender, like Paces Funding. You don't want a broker or a scam, right? So, take our advice and avoid a bunch of hassles. If you're purchasing property in Atlanta, Nashville, Florida or the North and South Carolina metropolitan areas, just stick with Paces Funding. But if you're outside our service area, use these tips to avoid fake hard money lenders. Watch out for online directories. These aren't actually hard money lenders. They're usually just websites that will sell your

3 11, 2016

Fulton County Tax Foreclosure Sales (and How to Find Them)

By |2016-11-03T10:00:04+00:00November 3rd, 2016|Categories: Business, Foreclosures, Hard Money, Investing, Investment, Investment Properties, Investments, Private Lending, Tax Foreclosures, Taxes|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

In the state of Georgia, it’s legal for the government to seize property, such as homes and land, for the nonpayment of taxes. According to the Georgia Department of Law, a homeowner’s obligation to pay property taxes is backed by the property itself. If a homeowner fails to pay, the county tax commissioner can sell the home to raise the amount due back in taxes. Often these homes sell for exceptionally low prices—but how does the whole process work? How Does a Property Get Seized? When a homeowner’s property taxes are past due, the tax collector can proceed through a

25 08, 2016

Are Co-Working Spaces Worth the Investment?

By |2016-08-25T10:00:20+00:00August 25th, 2016|Categories: Business, Hard Money, Private Lending, Real Estate, REIs|0 Comments

More and more, people are going into business for themselves. Those tired of “working for the man” or craving a better work-life balance are calling it quits on punching the clock. Trends in Atlanta are also showing a demand for workspaces where people can come and go at their leisure—especially when working from home is not always ideal. More often than not, freelancers and start-up companies are not in a position to rent costly office spaces, and above all, they are not willing to make a long-term commercial lease at the start. So, where is all this business being conducted? Co-working

21 06, 2016

3 Indispensable Tools for Real Estate Investors

By |2016-06-21T10:00:14+00:00June 21st, 2016|Categories: Hard Money, Investment, Private Lending, Real Estate, REIs|0 Comments

If you’re like most real estate investors, you understand that the ability to quickly and easily evaluate a property—and its potential value—is key to deciding whether to purchase it. This first step is critical in making the right investment decision. Using the right tools to accurately value a property can save you a great deal of time and effort in making your determination. REI Tool #1: Google Maps, Earth and Street View Virtually everyone these days relies on Google maps for navigation. Before you even drive past a property, have a look at it—and the surrounding area—using Google Earth. Street

11 05, 2016

Private Money Lenders vs. Hard Money Lenders

By |2016-05-11T10:00:06+00:00May 11th, 2016|Categories: Hard Money, Loan, Private Lending|0 Comments

What’s the difference between a private money lender and a hard money lender? The short answer is that there are some differences—and if you’re a real estate investor, you’ve probably heard the two terms used interchangeably. Differences Between Private Money Lenders and Hard Money Lenders A hard money lender such as Paces Funding is able to provide capital quickly. Private lenders are able to do so, too, but there are differences that may make all the difference in the world. Hard Money Lenders Hard money lenders typically have lending criteria. For example, Paces Funding’s loan criteria for residential properties include: