Creative Financing for Commercial Real Estate
Learn about conventional and more adventurous ways to finance your next commercial real estate deal.
Reed Goossens teaches all about investing U.S. real estate from abroad, including what kind of real estate strategies work best, how to set everything up, tax considerations, and how to get financing.
Make sure you know your lender’s underwriting requirements! Don’t lose a deal because you didn’t listen to this episode.
Learn about commercial loan requirements and how you can satisfy them even if you don’t qualify yourself.
Here’s how to structure a partnership with a more experienced investor so you can get your first multifamily deal.
I’ve written extensively on about raising money from others to get started with investing in apartment buildings.And others have written about creative financing to get into deals without any of your own money.But then there’s the sticky issue of what to do about the...
Before you put an apartment building deal under contract you should clearly understand your potential lenders' loan terms and underwriting criteria. Imagine this: you put a deal under contract and you assume a down payment of 20% and you later find that you'll need to...
Listen in as national speaker and educator John Bowens teaches how to use your investors’ IRA accounts to invest in your multifamily apartment deals. Learn what to do and what not to do and how to explain it in simple terms so that your investors say YES to investing in your deals!
http://www.TheMichaelBlank/session13: In part 2 of this series, Dan Miller of Fundrise describes in detail how to raise capital for your next commercial real estate deal using equity crowdfunding.
http://www.TheMichaelBlank/session12: In part 1 of this series Dan Miller of Fundrise gives us an overview of how equity crowdfunding works and why it’s great for commercial real estate. We also talk about what it’s like to invest in a crowdfunding project.
A few weeks back I attended the REI Expo at the National Harbor in Washington DC, an amazing venue. One thing that was unusual for me was the potential for using crowdfunding to fund larger, buy and hold commercial real estate deals. If you're looking for an overview...