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How to Choose Between 5 Different Offers

Posted by Tom Hall // August 20, 2018 // Blog / Lending / Sell A House

Selling a home? Which offer will you accept? When you put your home up for sale you’ll attract all types of offers. The most notable difference between these offers is normally financing, and how buyers intend to pay for their purchase. So what types of bids might you get? Which are the best choices for […]


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10 Documents You Need Before Applying For A Home Loan

Posted by Tom Hall // July 9, 2018 // Blog / Buy A House / Lending

If you want to ace the home loan process it pays to be prepared. While some sources report that it has become easier to obtain a mortgage loan, it is still far from as easy as it was 10 years ago. With the current rush to secure loans before interest rates go higher, lenders get […]


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5 Tips For Managing Business Debt

Posted by Tom Hall // April 9, 2018 // Blog / Featured / Lending

There is nothing that can bring your business down quicker than excessive debt. You may be able to manage it for a while but the slightest reduction of income will cause the air to come out of the balloon.  If you are like most business owners, and Americans in general, you deal with debt.  If […]


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Mortgage Financing for Self-Employed Borrowers

Posted by Tom Hall // December 4, 2017 // Blog / Lending

Self-employed borrowers are having a tougher time getting home loans than ever and with Fannie Mae rule changes recently, it could get even tougher. So is this the end of mortgages for all but those with bloated government W2s or are there still options? There is hope… The method of calculating income for independent contractors, […]


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The Perfect Lease From Beginning To End

Posted by Tom Hall // November 6, 2017 // Blog / Featured / Lending

The perfect lease from beginning to end starts by keeping in mind that as a rental property owner you are only as good as your tenants. You can do everything right with the property but if your tenants are poor it won’t make a difference.  Dealing with tenants is more than just handing them a […]


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5 Tips To Help You Deal With Business Debt

Posted by Tom Hall // September 18, 2017 // Blog / Featured / Lending

There is nothing that can bring your business down quicker than excessive debt. You may be able to manage it for a while but the slightest reduction of income will cause the air to come out of the balloon.  If you are like most business owners, and Americans in general, you deal with debt.  If […]


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Should you borrow money from your family to flip real estate?

Posted by Tom Hall // September 11, 2017 // Blog / Lending

Should you borrow money from your family to flip real estate? Without question, it’s an awesome time to flip real estate and make profits in the housing sector. Done right, it can be a low risk opportunity to turn a profit and have a lot of fun. However, what if it means borrowing money from […]


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Are Adjustable Rate Mortgages a Good Idea?

Posted by Tom Hall // August 4, 2017 // Blog / Lending

Because of their low initial interest rates, adjustable rate mortgages can be enticing to potential homeowners who are looking to finance a house. But are they really a good idea? Well, yes and no. Here are some things to consider before signing for an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM): What’s the index? The index refers to how […]


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Real Estate Investing: What To Look For In A Funding Partner

Posted by Tom Hall // July 14, 2017 // Blog / Lending

Liquidity is essential for those that plan to go big and bold in the field of real estate investing. You can essentially start out with nothing, or several million, but at some point there can be big advantages to additional funding. With the right funding partner, you can capitalize on more opportunities and increase returns! There […]


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Does Is Make Sense To Refinance?

Posted by Tom Hall // July 10, 2017 // Blog / Featured / Lending

Mortgage interest rates have been on a steady climb lately.  If you lock in rates at just the right time, you may be able to time the market perfectly.  Before you celebrate your interest rate reduction there are a few things to consider.  A lower interest rate may not mean a lower monthly payment.  While […]


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