Other Financing Options for Real Estate Investors

Going beyond conventional loans, FHA loans, VA loans and portfolio financing to including all the creative financing, private money, hard money, HELOCs, cash, partnerships and more.

Other Financing Options for Real Estate Investors

In the last several classes, we covered a variety of traditional financing options, including nothing-down financing, low down payment financing, conventional financing, and portfolio loans. These options represent the overwhelming majority of financing options used when purchasing properties.

However, there are a handful of financing options that are used infrequently, but it's still important to be aware of them. In this mini-class, we will discuss these other financing options, including private money, hard money, utilizing partners for financing, home equity lines of credit, owner financing, life insurance, self-directed retirement accounts, subject to and wrap financing, lease-options/lease-purchases, and foregoing financing to pay cash.

Check out the video from this class here:

Other Financing Options for Real Estate Investors - Video

In this class, James discusses:

  • Primary financing types that make up 90%+ of all loans
  • Creative financing: owner financing, wrap financing, lease-options/lease-purhcases, loan assumption, subject to, etc
  • Private financing
  • Hard money
  • Line of credit (HELOCs)
  • Buying properties for cash
  • Partnerships (utilizing all the other strategies)
  • Portfolio loans
  • Life insurance
  • Self-directed retirement accounts
  • Plus much more...

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Other Financing Options for Real Estate Investors
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