Investing real estate is not limited to the buying and renting of a quadplex or other multi-unit dwelling. The build-to-rent (BTR) model creates additional opportunities for people who might desire the space and privacy of a single-family home but not have the money to purchase one.
Looking into foreclosed homes is a great way to find properties at much lower costs, making the return of investment (ROI) opportunity that much higher. However, are a few risks and hidden costs associated with foreclosures.
The benefits of owning and renting out mid-sized properties like quadplexes can’t be denied. But as with many things, there is much strategy and intention that needs to go into taking on this scope of work.
The sleeker technology has gotten, the more it’s changed the real estate investment game and the more we’re capable of handling from the palm of our hands, literally.
While investing in real estate is never a bad idea the thought of actually pursuing it may seem daunting, especially if you’re new to the world of real estate. Understanding the different ways to finance a deal is just as important as securing one.
The adage of it takes money to make money rings true for selling a property. This means an investor has to be strategic with what projects are worth taking on and how to market an updated property so that it garners the right people’s attention.
From marketing properties to millennials, to renovating and flipping homes that check specific boxes, it’s pivotal for any investor and seller to find ways to attract and successfully sell to this critical audience.
Going into a project with a clearly laid out plan and strategy can be the difference maker between turning a profit and defaulting on your loan (or going into bankruptcy).
If you’re thinking about stretching your investor wings to explore opportunities outside your area, you’re not alone. With technology making it easier, it might make sense to expand your portfolio to include other States. But is it a wise move?
A successful real estate investor is one who always does their homework and understands the inner workings of any deal. What tips can ensure a streamlined flipping process and a successful outcome?
The recipe for residential real estate success includes having a sound strategy for finding the right properties, having a reliable team of handymen, contractors, insurance agents, and the like, and having a reliable source of financing.
Natural disasters take many forms and knowing what your region is prone to experiencing is important when deciding which insurance plans are best suited for your property.
Fixing and flipping properties might feel like a daunting task at first, but once you get into the swing of things – the planning, the vision, your long-term goals – the formula comes clearly into focus.
If you are a senior and have considered starting a business flipping houses, now may be a great time to get started. With careful planning, identifying homes that offer a decent profit margin, and hiring the right people to help, you can create a company that is lucrative and satisfying.
Many regions of the country are experiencing huge booms in demand and the price of homes is rising sharply as a result. This has influenced the renter’s market and is priming the investment opportunities for 2021.
Temple View welcomes three new hires in the lending department.
The perfect compromise between owning and living in tight quarters while continuing to save? A single-family rental. Learn why rents are up more than 5%.
Whether new or seasoned, there are avenues for how investors can get from point A to point B, none more preferred than private money lending, allowing individuals or businesses to get loans without the stress and restrictions of being tied to a bank.
Finding attractive properties can be a major headache. You may not realize that the MLS doesn’t account for every available property. Off-market listings may feel ‘out of sight-out of mind,’ but they can be amazing opportunities if you can find them.
Ground Up Construction loans are designed to provide a streamlined financing solution for investors building single family, multi-family, and mixed-use projects. Short term in nature, these loans can be used to cover the costs of construction only, or of the purchase and construction of the property.
Private money lending – especially sought after for fix-and-flip – is a near surefire way for investors to develop a successful real estate journey in a way that doesn’t feel overwhelming, insurmountable, or suffocating.
Mortgage brokers help borrowers connect with lenders, do the heavy lifting to ensure their client is seeking out the best for their financial situation and business needs. These are the signs you should be looking for in a good one.
The process for receiving an investment loan may seem daunting, but there are things you can do to ensure a seamless process that results in an outcome worth celebrating.
Investing in a post-COVID world might still feel more like a dream and less like reality, but with expectations of more people being vaccinated, it’s worth considering what the residential real estate market will look like.
Real estate investing can introduce unique challenges along each step of the process. From finding the right property to finding the right buyer, investors may overcome dozens of hurdles before coming out on the other side of a project with their loan paid off and money in their bank account. One of the more unexpected challenges? How to find a good contractor and effectively negotiate with them.
The article features interviews with Co-founders Michael Niccolini and Steven Trowern, and focuses in particular on the innovative spirit that has been part of Temple View Capital from the start and continues to drive what we do.
In real estate, an investor’s portfolio will sometimes determine what kind of financing opportunities are available to them. At its core, a real estate portfolio is a catalogue of investment assets, often including both current and past real estate deals.
Like in any other industry, a successful real estate investor is only as good as their network of well-versed, experienced professionals, and that begins with the relationship they develop with their lender. Having a strong relationship with your lender that’s built on mutual understanding and trust can be vital to the success of your investment business.
Temple View Capital agreed to a new partnership with a global financial institution that will expand the company’s lending capacity by as much as $1B, making it one of the country’s largest originators of DSCR products in its core market footprint.
Doug Perry has joined Temple View Capital as the new Sales Director, TPO for the company's TVC Funding division. In this role, he will manage the company’s efforts to connect within the B2B channel, including correspondent lenders and mortgage brokers.
There are a few ways to ensure your rental property isn’t hemorrhaging and that you are, in fact, making a profit. Read on to learn more.
Cities viewed as hotbeds for certain industries face rapidly growing real estate markets. Jumping into real estate investing to grow your financial portfolio in those markets might make sense.
For rental property owners, managing the properties and ensuring tenants are sticking to their leases are two of the most important aspects of the landlord role, but what should you do if a tenant not only abides by the lease, but damages property?
“Shadow inventory” refers to properties that are ready to hit the market for sale but are not yet made public. It's a great opportunity for savvy investors.
While it might be easier to believe that all social media platforms are created equal, the fact is that to gain a following and get your work out in front of the world, each individual platform needs to be used correctly to make an impact.
Among the many financing options available to investors is the bridge loan, solving the financing problem that arises when awaiting one property to sell while needing to buy another.
Investing in a rental property is an excellent way to build wealth, but the work put into maintaining one is never ending. Let’s break down the good and bad between managing your property on your own vs. hiring an expert to delegate work to.
Temple View Capital has completed its second securitization deal in the past 9 months which will continue to expand the firm’s lending capability to over $2B and present more opportunities to its clients and partners.
20-Year Industry Veteran and Additional Key Staff Join Top-Ranked Private Lending Firm
Temple View Capital announced on January 31st, 2020, that it had closed its first securitization deal of Residential Transitional Loans issuing nearly $176 million on non-rated, asset-backed securities originated and serviced by TVC.
For most of 2020, The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted virtually all industries, and the real estate market—both commercial and residential—is no exception. An industry centered on the inhabiting of and interactions within a space has faced immediate
Making decisions about real estate investments can feel daunting, especially for first-time investors. On the surface, swooping in to buy properties you may not have otherwise been able to afford may seem like an investor’s dream, and
There is the old adage: “Anyone can be a landlord, but it takes someone special to be a good one.”
Okay, maybe that saying does not actually exist, but it’s true enough. There are many misconceptions about what landlords
While traditional loans can take a month or more to be approved, hard money lenders can get you funds within a week or two, making for a quicker, more seamless process. Trusting a reputable, quality lender is key to taking the first step.
Great landlords not only attract better tenants, but those tenants are more likely to stick around long-term. Find out what it takes.
A real estate wholesaler is someone who looks to buy a home directly from the owner then turns around and sells it to an investor for a slightly higher cost, pocketing the difference as the wholesale fee.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has only intensified the need for landlords to be proactive in their communication efforts, as well as how they address health concerns and maintain property cleanliness. Learn more.
Buying a distressed property, fixing it and bringing it up to code, and putting it back on the market to make a profit is an appealing way to ease into the world of real estate investment, and a great way to diversify your portfolio.
In tough economic times, it may seem counterintuitive to expand your investment portfolio and dive into real estate. However, this can create advantageous moments for buyers, making residential real estate investments a safe haven for steady income.
There are advantages to fixing and flipping, as well as pitfalls to be wary of, especially as a first-time flipper. In this piece, we’re going to explore how to maximize tax benefits and what mistakes to avoid that might cost you more money.
From the opportunity to be surrounded with experience, to having access to seed capital, investment partnerships can be mutually beneficial in a lot of ways. For many investors, however, they can also be the wrong business path to take. Learn more.