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Greatest Promo Offer by Fairfield – Private Money Loans

Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

Clay Sparkman We at Fairfield would like to run a special loan program to give this holiday season (and the sluggish period typically coming out of it) a kick in the butt. Hey, we can celebrate with our families and friends, and still get a few things setup and ready to go in 2018, right? […]

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Rehab and construction loan FAQ (revised) – a blog

Thursday, December 15th, 2016

Clay Sparkman Here is an updated version of Fairfield’s Rehab and Construction Loan FAQ. One of the most promising areas, at the moment, for real estate investors and brokers, by all indications, is REO, rehab, and quick flip of properties. The opportunity to buy distressed properties at a low price point is evident in many markets. […]

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Article: Four things you need to flip a house

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

Clay Sparkman I came across this article by Justin Pierce, Four Things You Need To Flip A House, in Special to The Washington Post. It is well written and touches on some relevant/important points with regard to the matter of home-flipping. Since this is our sweet spot as a private money lender, I thought it […]

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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 sense […]

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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 […]

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Our sweet spot: Rehab and Constrcution loans

Thursday, April 21st, 2016

Clay Sparkman One of the most promising areas at the moment for real estate investors and brokers, by all indications, is new construction, REO, short sale, rehab, and quick flip properties.  The opportunity to buy distressed properties at a low price point is evident in many markets.  And yet it is difficult for most end-buyers […]

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Special quick flip loan program

Tuesday, January 26th, 2016

Clay Sparkman It seems that quick flips are becoming quite common again, with the regular small time investor. This is a favorite niche of ours. We particularly like to make these loans happen. As you probably know, we work with a lot of people who are doing quick flip properties/projects. That means: buying low, generally […]

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The early flipper gets the worm

Thursday, January 15th, 2015

Clay Sparkman We are running a new promotion designed to get fix and flip investors going fast in this new year. This is the best that we have ever offered, and we are running it in order to bring in new borrower and give them the maximum opportunity to succeed at their venture(s). As a […]

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3 recent posts on hard money loans that are worth reading

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Clay Sparkman Here are three three recent posts that pertain to hard money loans that will almost surely enhance your knowledge of the current state of the market. Financing With ‘Hard Money’ Here The Hard Money Loan Funding Process: A Guide for Rehabbers Here Hard Money Lenders Fear Overreach Here Let me know if you […]

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Minding the gap

Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

Clay Sparkman This article was originally posted at this site in May of 2013 at this site. Since then, we have seen the number of construction and fix/flip loans that we do increase significantly. This seems to be a sweet spot for the private money market. That is, we are able to fill what would […]

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