Top 5 Questions On Getting The Funds To Close Real Estate Deals
Today the banks are limiting the funding available to investors to use for Real Estate Investing, so our challenge is to find additional ways to structure your deals. Mentoring Masterminds provides you the most current options available for investors
New York (I-Newswire) September 18, 2012 - The "how to" of funding is the most commonly asked question among investors today. Financing real estate in today’s economy and with the looming fear lenders have following the housing market collapse is no joke. Yet, funding is one of the most crucial elements to closing all those great real estate deals out there because of a still sagging economy and housing market. Ironic? Yes! However, LIREIA is proud to present Mentoring Masterminds to help with the answers to those common funding questions making it simple and easy to understand.
Mentoring Masterminds would like to share these answers with investors on Thursday, September 20, 2012 at the Sheraton Four Points, at 7pm where the discussion will center on five proven strategies to assist investors in obtaining the crucial financing for real estate investments. Investors actually have a lot of options when it comes to funding. The key for real estate investors is understanding how each option works and which option works best for each specific investment situation. At the Mentoring Masterminds event, investors will learn the answers to their funding questions concerning these five options:
• Asset Backed Lending
• Business Lines Of Credit
• Hard Money
• Joint Ventures and Partnering
• Self-Directed IRA
Investors won’t just be hearing ideas at the event; Mentoring Masterminds will have a hard money lender on hand that’s actively looking to provide funding for investors.
It’s crucial for real estate investors to learn how to leverage the working capital they have on hand if they want to successfully finance a project and begin building a portfolio. This exciting Mentoring Masterminds event shows investors how to get it done.
Any investor currently buying and holding real estate or presently rehabbing a real estate venture will attest that, with lenders being so stringent on financing rules and regulations, investors must keep an open mind to additional, alternative ways to structure real estate deals. Mentoring Mastermind’s objective is to provide seasoned investors, business owners, and the novice real estate investor alike an array of current financing options to help them get their real estate deals closed. This is an event that real estate investors, both novice and experienced alike, simply can’t afford to miss. Seating for the event is $39.00 for LIREIA members and $59.00 for non-members. With extremely limited seating available, don’t hesitate to call LIREIA at 631-504-6096 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org today to register and reserve seating for the event.
About Mentoring Masterminds
Richard Dumaresq Jr.
167 Middle Country Road
Phone : 631-306-4638
Published On:September 18, 2012
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