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.
Check out the video from this class here and access the downloads mentioned in the recording:
In this class, James discusses:
- What is hard money? And, a deep dive into using it as a real estate investor.
- The aspiration goal of becoming a hard money lender and two possible concerns
- What is private money? And, a deep dive into using it as a real estate investor.
- A warning about inadvertent ponzi schemes
- A discussion about licensing required to raise private money and the license I got
- Download a sample of my personal, 25-page Private Lender special report
- Using a business card to raise private money (sample of mine)
- Plus much more...