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4 Keys to Multi-State Real Estate Investing

4 Keys To Multi-State Real Estate Investing

By Christian Knight, Originations If you are a real estate investor, I’m sure you have considered purchasing out of state properties. Maybe you already own investment properties across multiple states. As most investors will tell you, multi-state real estate investing can be quite difficult to execute. However, there are ways…

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Real Estate Investing: 2019 Outlook

Real Estate Investing: 2019 Outlook

By: Mario Navarrete, Relationship Manager As the year comes to a close and we all reflect on what we were able to accomplish in the last 12 months, I am filled with incredible motivation and zeal for 2019. This year showed us a robust velocity of production, innovation and long-term…

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4 Tips for Investors in Better Managing Cash Flow

4 Tips For Investors In Better Managing Cash Flow

By Augie Jones, Analyst For residential real estate investors, effectively managing cash flow starts with setting reasonable expectations for expenses and accurately forecasting future performance. However, managing expenses (and properties in general) is no small task. Savvy investors are often looking for ways to improve their processes and operate their…

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Of Cap Rates and ROI – Making Sense of it All

Of Cap Rates And ROI – Making Sense Of It All

By: Allison Paz, Originations Having a fundamental understanding of how success is measured is important for any industry. This especially holds true within residential real estate investing. The ability to estimate an investor's potential return from an investment property is imperative to being able to maximize cash flow. Metrics which…

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Budgeting for Maintenance and CapEx

Budgeting For Maintenance And CapEx

By: Jeremy Lee, Relationship Manager Residential real estate investors don’t often like to talk about maintenance or CapEx. Why would they? It’s not glamorous, and it’s sure not fun to think about ongoing expenditures when looking at investment properties. But if you are serious about analyzing a deal and building…

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