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A Real Estate Investor's Introduction To Private Money Loans

A private money loan, often referred to as a “hard money” loan, is a real estate loan made by private individuals or groups of investors.

Experienced investors often rely on private money to acquire investment properties in hot markets or to get funding for unique properties other lenders won’t touch.

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Real Estate Market Triggers

For seasoned real estate investors, certain market influences and indicators are the driving force behind their purchases and sales.

The US economy is the main driving force in both residential and commercial real estate markets. When the economy is stable or on the rise there is always an influx of buyers of all types of real estate.

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Obtaining Financing with Less-Than-Perfect Credit

The ability to obtain financing is often the difference between success and failure for many small businesses. Unfortunately, not all business owners have credit strong enough to qualify for conventional loans.

Businesses that have equity in their company’s real estate can usually obtain private money (also known as “hard money”) loans to raise needed funds.

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Is Storefront Retail Dead?

Contrary to the headlines shouting the lamentable death of many physical retail spaces, such as the defeated Toys “R” Us or the no-longer-so-hipster Teavana, storefront retail is not dead.

It cannot be denied that online shopping is becoming more and more common, but, according to most estimates, about 91% of all retail sales last year still took place in a physical store.

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