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Resources for private money profesionals

Friday, January 6th, 2017

Clay Sparkman
I posted this article in 2011, and am sad to say that I haven’t come across much in the way of new resources since. I’m going to re-post, with a few small changes, and please let me know if you know of any useful resources available to private money professionals.

These days–with uncertain markets—tools and [...]

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Finding qualified commercial private money borrowers

Monday, April 22nd, 2013

Clay Sparkman
This item was originally posted on this site on 4/30/10. I had a sense that it might be relevant once again, and so I have rewritten it slightly and am posting here again. I hope you find it useful.
Most private money investors choose to work with brokers.  However it is a decision that each [...]

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The quest for quality private money loans

Friday, October 5th, 2012

Clay Sparkman
Most private money investors choose to work with brokers.  However it is a decision that each private money investor must make independently and with great care—to use or not to use a broker.
The essence of the matter I think is this.  If you want a full-time job (and some investors certainly do) then you [...]

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A few useful and interesting resources for private money professionals

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

Clay Sparkman
These days–with uncertain markets—tools and resources which provide us with information and data are more crucial than quite possibly ever before.
I am always trying to find more resources that will be of use to both me and readers of this blog. Here are a few items that have popped up lately.
ALTOSResearch offers this wonderful [...]

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A way to find qualified commercial borrowers – Lendicom.com

Monday, August 30th, 2010

Clay Sparkman
Most private money investors choose to work with brokers.  However it is a decision that each private money investor must make independently and with great care—to use or not to use a broker.
The essence of the matter I think is this.  If you want a full-time job (and some investors certainly do) then you [...]

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