Private Money Investors.
Investors. It is a hard fact of life but making your money work for you seems to be getting more and more difficult every day. You work so hard to get your money.
One needs to find a safe and reliable place to invest it in, so that it will grow to be able to beat inflation and hopefully be able to retire with peace of mind.
How are you going to do that…?
Private Money Investors,
are those who lend their money at a higher than standard rate for investments. They lend it to real estate developers who find discounted homes, hopefully in an area of middle class to high end homes.
The developers rehab the home to a attractive desirable condition and then resale’s for a substantial profit. This is usually done within a six to twelve month period. After which the investor takes their profit and than can do it all over again.
After Way Ya Go LLC. has established a working relationship with the Private Money Investors, we can probably work with them on a larger and more profitable ventures.
Flipping is a term used primarily to describe purchasing a highly discounted property, fixing it up and quickly reselling or flipping it for a profit. Though flipping can apply to any asset, the term is most often applied to real estate.
Private Money Investors
House flipping is essentially buying a house or property, fixing it up with the intent to sell it for a profit. But the logistics can get pretty complicated.
That is where Way Ya Go LLC. come in. There are a lot of decisions to make from the very beginning.
Where should you buy? If you purchase a house in an up-and-coming neighborhood, you’re banking on the neighborhood increasing in value.
If you decide to buy in a new development, you’ll want to attract higher-end home buyers who want the luxury features and space offered in the suburbs.
If all goes well, you could make a nice profit. But if something goes wrong — faulty budgeting, timing issues, a crime spike in that up-and-coming neighborhood — you could be stuck with a house you can’t get rid of.
That is why you need someone with the knowledge and experience to protect your investment and produce a profit. So much in house-flipping depends on the real-estate market, which we all know is cyclical.
During a boom, flippers have the upper hand and can almost name their price in some areas. But during a slow period, many of these fixed-up homes can sit on the market for months.
The Private Money Investors needs not to worry about get a high return and secured profit IF… They are working with someone who is an expert in this field.
Private Money Investors
Once you know where you want to buy, the next step is deciding what type of property you want to purchase.
If you go for a fixer-upper, you’re committing to improving the home, which takes time and money.
If you buy a foreclosed property in an auction or from a bank, you could get a bargain on a vastly under priced house or be stuck with a lemon.
But remember that if the previous owners couldn’t pay the mortgage, they probably couldn’t pay for the upkeep, either so… you might have to deal with a rodent infestation or a leaky roof.
And so it is imperative to partner with an expert in that field and that is where we can help the Private Money Investors.
Fixer-uppers and foreclosures are what most people think of when flipping comes to mind. But it is possible to flip a house without doing any work on it at all.
During the real-estate boom of the early to mid-2000s, flippers could buy new construction homes, hold on to them for a few months, and then sell them at a profit.
Private Money Investors
Now there’s a trend toward trying to flip houses in new, high-end developments in outlying suburbs.
If commercial and retail development (read: big-box superstores) spring up, it could bring in droves of residents.
But if the situation isn’t perfect — if gas prices rise, for example, causing home buyers to shy away from big commutes — this kind of flipping becomes pretty risky to the to the Private Money Investors.
So you need to have someone who is in the flow of the market and knows the trends. That is where you need us to make sure your in tune with the market.
So why do people flip houses? And what does the average buyer — and seller — need to know about flipping before investing?
How much money can be made by flipping a house? And what kind of moral line do you walk by paying bottom dollar to people who have lost their homes?
We’ll address all of these issues as we investigate the art of house flipping.
Private Money Investors:
If successfully accomplished, flipping a house can produce a substantial return on the investment.
In addition, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has suspended anti-flipping rules through 2012 for the mortgages it backs. This means that the future of your investment growth will be stable.
A talented house flipper will buy a house for a low price, fix it up, price it higher, and sell it quickly to an FHA-approved buyer, who only needs at least a 3 percent down payment.
If your house flip doesn’t work out, you still can rent it out, which is why it’s good to buy a house in a thriving community. And we can handle that to for a long term cash flow for your portfolio.
This is truly a Win Win Investment. A whole lot better then the Stock Market. Contact us and let us show you how. Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or Call us: (909) 801-1976