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Construction and rehab loan proposal

Friday, May 17th, 2019

Clay Sparkman We have run this program on several occasions, and we are so excited about this specific niche that we are going to run it again in honor and celebration of summer. As a private money construction lender, we’re able to provide a variety of creative solutions that are just not available via more […]

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Rehab and construction loan FAQ (revised)

Friday, January 18th, 2019

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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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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House flipping wisdom worth noting

Wednesday, August 16th, 2017

Clay Sparkman I try to keep an eye out for good information on the status of property flipping. Here are a few things that I have come across recently. With regard to the best cities for home flipping (as of May): The 25 Best Cities for Flipping a House Taylor Tepper at Money May 25, […]

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Sample loan in Oregon

Tuesday, April 25th, 2017

Clay Sparkman Here is an example of a loan that we recently placed. We like to give samples from time to time. Not only does this give borrowers and brokers a better idea of the kinds of things that we do, but it also gives them a nice working template for presenting a loan. Kristopher […]

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Consturction loan promotion

Tuesday, January 10th, 2017

Clay Sparkman We have run this construction loan program on several occasions, and we are so excited about this specific niche that we are going to run a similar promotion to get the year off to a good start for all of us. After all, at least in the more moderate climates, now is the […]

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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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5 Things to know about private construction loans

Tuesday, October 11th, 2016

Clay Sparkman I recently came across this five year old (but still very relevant) article written for David C. Scott for the Scotsman Guide 5 Things to know about private construction loans It seems to fir pretty well with my own overall perception. As such, I thought I would publish it here and then go […]

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Private money as a source for home mortgage loans

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

Clay Sparkman May articles I’ve come across lately suggest that more and more private money lenders are putting their funds into the long-term residential home market, and doing so at a fairly roate (low by private money standards). The article here–Private Lenders Remodel the Mortgage Market–is a good discussion of precisely this movement, and approaches […]

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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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