We all understand that private lenders must adhere to certain ethical standards. We also understand that real estate investors who seek funding must also adhere to ethical standards. I recently got involved in stopping a transaction between a new investor and a new private lender. The new real estate investor was about to take a […]
NOTE: Article written by Robin Aldridge. Robin Aldridge is currently the co-founding Partner and Owner of OnPoint Services, Inc. OnPoint provides consulting and fund administration services to private money brokers and funds. She is a lives in San Diego is an active member of the California Mortgage Association, American Association of Private Lenders where she has […]
In my younger years I can remember being at middle school mixers and repeatedly doing the same dance move over and over. Slow songs, fast songs, disco – it did not matter. The move involved an awkward repetitive motion somewhat simulating doing push-ups toward the sky. This crowd pleaser was called raising the roof.
Thankfully raising […]
Note: Article written by Stephen Michael White, the co-founder and CEO of RentPrep, a company of solutions and tools designed to help landlords succeed. He is a frequent speaker for real estate and landlord associations around the country, passing along the knowledge he’s gained working with over 10,000 landlords, investors and property managers.
The IRS guidelines on tax deductions […]
There is much that is new in this New Year. The new Executive Director of the American Association of Private Lenders, Matt Benson, is working on a major initiative to bring together private lenders and real estate investors. Working in conjunction with the Professional Real Estate Investors and Managers Alliance (PREIMA), AAPL will co-host “Got […]
For Christmas this year I headed south to visit my parents in their brand new humble abode that sits on the ninth fairway of a gorgeous golf course. Santa was extra good to me this holiday season, bringing sunshine, warm weather and a golf game two strokes under par – not to mention fewer family […]