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Archive for May, 2016

Visualizing the industry

Thursday, May 19th, 2016

Clay Sparkman
With regard to forward thinking (that is, how is the industry changing?): I thought you might appreciate this article, Private Lending Sector Making Big Noise for Real Estate Investors, by Ben Stoodley:
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Certainly he is correct with regard to his interpretation of current trends, and one must wonder how far this might all go.
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Three potentially useful indicators of the likely movement of value

Wednesday, May 11th, 2016

Clay Sparkman
Any good real estate investor should be attempting¬† to assess whether property values are rising, falling,¬† or holding in the area of his/her latest potential investment. After all, the core question when buying investment property (particularly short-term) is, “what is value likely to do in the next year or so?” If you [...]

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Home flipping

Thursday, May 5th, 2016

Clay Sparkman
As you know, our sweet spot is for loans to real estate investors. In particular, we do a lot of fix and flip, fix and hold, REO, short sale , and new construction.
I feel that this recent Washington Post article, by Justin Pierce, “The four things you need to know to flip a home.” [...]

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