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Home Equity Could Reach All-time High in 2018

February 3rd, 2018 Borrower

If you’re a homeowner or investor, I’ve got good news about the new year: 2018 could see home equity value reach an all-time high in the United States this year. Even if it doesn’t, homeowners are already sitting on trillions in cash. The amount of home equity borrowers now have at their disposal reached an […]


How the Trump Tax Plan Benefits Real Estate Crowdfunding Investors

January 29th, 2018 General

Have you read the new Republican tax law? Who’s got the time, right? If you’re a real estate investor, though, you may want to examine a portion of the final bill that was added in the late stages of the process. It just may save you millions. The change allows real estate investors to take […]


Why Many Houston Real Estate Investors Plan to Buy and Hold in 2018

January 29th, 2018 Borrower

The state of Texas was on pace for another record year for real estate in 2017. Then Hurricane Harvey happened. Many communities along the Gulf Coast were affected by the storm’s devastation, including Texas’ largest city, Houston. The Bayou City accounted for about 25 percent of Texas’ housing activity before the hurricane hit. The good […]


Texas Leads the Country in Population Growth

January 2nd, 2018 Borrower

In 2018, real estate appears poised to remain in high demand in Texas after the state led the country in population growth the previous year. According to recent estimates by the Census Bureau, Texas gained almost 400,000 new residents in 2017. The state is now home to 28.3 million people. Texas enjoyed the seventh fastest […]


How Real Estate Crowdfunding Makes House-Flipping Easier

November 20th, 2017 Borrower

House flipping—buying distressed homes, rehabbing them quickly, and selling them for a profit—is one of the most reliable and rewarding ways to make a profit in the modern real estate market. Flipping is more popular than ever, and its recent rise has been fueled in part by the simultaneous rise of real estate crowdfunding. The […]


Hard Money Borrowers Turn to Real Estate Crowdfunding

November 5th, 2017 Borrower

Following the credit crisis of 2008, real estate buyers increasingly rely upon hard money lenders in Texas and elsewhere fisfto fund their acquisitions. The reason why is simple: Real estate investors were tired of being turned down for loans by banks despite perfect payment histories and proven business plans. By contrast, hard money lenders (also […]