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Owner Financing Real Estate

There are many benefits for doing an owner-carry installment sale as opposed to conventional financing for both the buyer and seller. Sometimes the advantages inure to the benefit of one or the other, but in most cases, the transaction is “Win/Win” for both parties. In my home state of Colorado, these standards apply as they […]

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Owner Financing 101

There are many benefits of doing an owner-carry installment sale as opposed to conventional financing for both the buyer and seller. Sometimes the advantages inure to the benefit of one or the other, but in most cases, the transaction is “Win/Win” for both parties. Seller financing can provide some real advantages! Benefits for the Seller Most sellers […]

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How to Evaluate a Property’s Value in Today’s Market

Figuring out the real value of a property can be difficult.  The comparable sales method is the most commonly used — and still the most accurate one — to determine the value of single-family homes, condominiums and smaller rental buildings (two to four units).   Start by researching information about sold properties on your local government websites for […]

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A Review of the Carleton Sheets “No Down Payment” Course

“You can buy real estate with no down payment!” You’ve seen the infomercial a hundred times on television over the years. Me too, so I decided to pick up a copy of the Carleton Sheets “No Down Payment” program just to see what my competition offers. Generally, I don’t do reviews of other authors, since it […]

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Master Lease Option for Apartment Building Strategy

Why buy an apartment building when you can RENT one?  If you are buying an apartment building with the intent of improving and flipping it within a few years, the Master Lease Option for Apartment Building Strategy may be the way to go.  Instead of going under contract, raising the down payment through syndication, and […]

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Lease Option vs Contract for Deed

Many investors are generally familiar with the concepts lease option and contract for deed (aka “installment land contract”). Many investors confuse the two, and this article will help you understand the tax, legal, and practical issues between a lease option vs contract for deed. Lease Options First, let’s start with the lease option, which is really two […]

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5 Great Reasons to Use Land Trusts

Do you own real estate in your own name or an LLC?  If so, you are a sitting duck for tenant lawsuits, the IRS and code enforcement.  Whether you own in your own name or an LLC, the information is public about who’s behind the ownership of your properties, and that makes it difficult to […]

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Owner Financing Real Estate for Colorado and Other States

There are many benefits for doing an owner-carry installment sale as opposed to conventional financing for both the buyer and seller. Sometimes the advantages inure to the benefit of one or the other, but in most cases, the transaction is “Win/Win” for both parties. All of these techniques work in my home state of Colorado, […]

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Creative Real Estate Options

Creative real estate investing is defined as the usage of non-traditional ideas and methods of selling and buying properties. Here, the buyer will initially secure his finance taken from a lending organization and pay the full amount together with borrowed funds which will serve as his down payment. This technique works well in my home […]

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Basics of Owner Financing

Let’s discuss how the basics of owner financing, which is different depending on whether the seller has existing financing on the property. Property Owned Free and Clear Let’s begin the discussion with a simple explanation of owner financing with a property that is owned free and clear of any mortgage liens, that is, there is no debt […]

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