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What’s in Store for the Housing Market in 2023?
The real estate market has changed drastically from a year ago. Investors have enjoyed several years of favorable market conditions, with low supply and high
What Loan Should I Take for Flipping a House?
Purchasing a distressed property, fixing it, and then selling it for a quick profit can be very rewarding financially. But successfully flipping a house requires
What Are the Pros and Cons of Fix and Flips vs. Rental Property?
For the home buyer, rising home prices, mortgage rates, and somewhat cooling rental rates have significantly changed the decision-making process. According to the Wall Street
Real Estate Debt Funds Vs. Single-Asset Debt Investments
Which is a better investment for the serious real estate investor in 2023, real estate debt funds or single-asset debt investments? Before we answer that
Real Estate Investing and Financing
In today’s turbulent investment environment, from bitcoin bubbles to gyrating stock prices, real estate investing continues to make sense. There’s a great deal of wisdom
Does Real Estate Debt’s Rise Mean the Decline of Equity?
Real estate investors have enjoyed a few good years of solid equity opportunities. One common investing strategy is known as the fix-and-flip. The pandemic of
How 2022 Fed Rate Hikes Are Impacting Real Estate Investors
This month the Federal Reserve raised its fund rate by another .75 percentage points. That part was expected and wasn’t exactly news. What might have
Is Real Estate Private Lending or Fixed-Income a Better Investment?
Private lending isn’t new, but it has seen a surge in growth in the last couple of decades. Since the financial crisis of 2008-09, private
Can a Real Estate Agent Flip Houses?
There are no rules prohibiting real estate agents from buying and flipping houses. The caveat is that should a homeowner list their home with a
How An Inverted Yield Curve May Impact Real Estate Investing
One of the key indicators that economists and analysts use to determine whether we’re headed for a recession is the inverted yield curve. Historically, most