Hard Money and Private Money for Real Estate Investors
Certain real estate investing strategies suggest certain types of financing. For example, most long-term buy-and-hold real estate investors purchasing non-owner-occupant properties will opt for 30-year fixed rate conventional financing or commercial loans. House hackers and Nomads™ will often seek out low or zero down VA, USDA, FHA, and conventional financing options.
However, sometimes the real estate investing strategy will lean toward utilizing hard money and private money loans. Some examples include utilizing the BRRRR strategy or doing fix-and-flips.
In this mini-class, James will go over the basics of hard money and private money loans.
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