By Robert Greenberg
Chief marketing officer
Patch of Land
Illustration by Dennis Wunsch
Hard money, traditional mortgages and crowdfunding
offer different choices for real estate investors
Real estate investors have more options for financing than ever before. Alt
fix-and-flippers use cash to purchase and renovate their investment prope
use conventional mortgages and hard money loans. Some investors have
to a new form of lending that has emerged over the past five years — crow
which is gaining traction in the residential real estate investment space.
Mortgage originators who want to capture a portion of this residential
market should search high and low to learn all they can about the v
products and platforms investors use. Armed with an understanding of
and drawbacks associated with hard money loans, traditional mort
crowdfunding, originators can better advise their investor clients.
18 | From the Editor
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20 | Featured Top Originator
Shant Banosian of Guaranteed Rate proves that hard work brings
22 | Q&A: National Real Estate Investors
Real estate investors provide a vital service.
24 | News Roundup
Catch up on recent issues and trends in the mortgage industry.
28 | DataDecoded
A solid economy boosts the home-purchase market.
30 | Spotlight: New Hampshire
The Granite State’s economy is rock solid.
32 | Commercial Highlights
Check out what’s happening in this month’s Scotsman Guide
178 | BackSpace
The death of LIBOR is imminent.
Volume 25: Issue 1
37 | Always Search for the Best Option
Hard money, traditional mortgages and crowdfunding offer
different choices for real estate investors
Robert Greenberg, Patch of Land
56 | Hard Facts about Hard Money
Do your research on private financing before counseling clients
Houtan Hormozian, Crestico Inc.