23 05, 2019

Bigger Pockets Suggests Hard Money Lenders As Great Source Of Funding For House Flippers Starting Out

By |2019-05-21T10:42:35-04:00May 23rd, 2019|Categories: Business, Due Diligence, Foreclosures, Hard Money, Hard Money Loans, Income, Investing|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Bigger Pockets is a huge online resource that helps ordinary people build wealth through real estate. It's an incredibly popular resource because of it's free tools and information. Bigger Pockets recently suggested that hard money lenders like Paces Funding, is a great source of funding for home flippers for investors who know they can flip a home quickly. Check out what the article said. Here's an excerpt. "This source of OPM can be especially useful if the house you are flipping can be completed in a very short period of time. Like any other kind of loan, the shorter you

23 11, 2016

The Hidden Costs of Flipping a House

By |2016-11-23T10:00:11-04:00November 23rd, 2016|Categories: Business, Flipping, Hard Money, Hard Money Loans|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

If you’re like most people flipping a home, you’re probably seeing dollar signs. You’ve most likely purchased a house at a great price and are thinking of the after repair value. With quick turnaround times on flipped homes, it’s easy to forget about a few things. The Hidden Costs of Flipping a House in Atlanta While the costs of repairs are usually at the forefront of your expenditures, you’ll want to be sure that all the hidden costs you may incur are calculated before estimating a profit. Commissions Most real estate investors plan to fix and flip more than one

9 09, 2016

3 HUGE Real Estate Tax Mistakes

By |2016-09-09T10:00:37-04:00September 9th, 2016|Categories: Taxes|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Disclaimer: We do not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. This post has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisers before engaging in any transaction. Filing taxes as a homeowner is not rocket science—it just feels like it. You may qualify for all of the basic deductions, but many others aren’t so obvious, and that’s when the mistakes occur and the IRS slaps you with an audit. If you want to maximize your tax benefit as a