Simple Access Programs: Setting Self-Employed, Investors & Independent Contractors Up for Success

Simple Access Programs: Setting Self-Employed, Investors & Independent Contractors Up for Success

When it comes to financing a home mortgage, borrowers may not always think outside the box. Conventional, FHA, VA, and USDA loans are on everyone’s radar. But not everyone fits into those boxes. Self-employed, property investors, and contractors may have good credit,...
Investment Purchases on the Rise for the First Time in a Year

Investment Purchases on the Rise for the First Time in a Year

It’s a great time to be a real estate investor. According to Redfin, investor home purchases in the U.S. rose by 2.7% year over year in the first quarter, marking the first period of growth since the pandemic began in 2020. The increase follows three consecutive...
Financing a Rental Property Using Future Rents

Financing a Rental Property Using Future Rents

As the number of renter households continues to grow, diversifying your financial portfolio by adding investment rental properties offers landlords many advantages, including increasing reliable cash flow, building equity faster, and potential tax benefits. Another...
Using Investor Cash Flow Loans to Build Your Portfolio

Using Investor Cash Flow Loans to Build Your Portfolio

Building a portfolio of investment real estate properties can be a great way to diversify your overall financial picture. With real estate, investors can take advantage of passive income as well as building equity with the potential for a long term payout. But...
The Pros and Cons of Becoming a Real Estate Investor

The Pros and Cons of Becoming a Real Estate Investor

Have you always dreamed of owning multiple homes and building your wealth through real estate? Becoming a real estate investor can be a very lucrative endeavor, especially when the housing market conditions are in your favor. But being a landlord or property flipper...