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3 Ways to Find Motivated Sellers on a Shoe String Budget

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3 Ways to Find Motivated Sellers on a Shoe String Budget

“Sorry Ryan.  I know it will be fun, but I can’t go because I don’t have the money.” This was a response to my friends that was far too common.  It was about 14 years ago when I was trying to break into the real estate industry.  I was working my way through college, trying […]

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The Rules When Buying a Negative Cash Flow Property

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The Rules When Buying a Negative Cash Flow Property

Sometimes buying a property that has negative cash flow makes a lot of sense. This is especially true in the commercial space, but there could be big upsides in houses too. At first, I would tell you not to speculate and only buy a negative cash flow deal if you are confident you can change […]

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PFG announces Expansion into Greater Washington DC Metro

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PFG announces Expansion into Greater Washington DC Metro

DENVER, Colorado March 19, 2015 – Pine Financial Group, Inc., with offices in Denver, CO and Minneapolis, MN, announced today their expansion into the Greater Washington, D.C. Metro market. First established in Denver, CO in 2008, Pine Financial Group, Inc. has grown into the premier hard money lender in Colorado and Minnesota. Pine Financial Group, […]

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Strategic Tax Write-Offs

Filed in General by on February 24, 2015 0 Comments
Strategic Tax Write-Offs

Do you want to eliminate taxes or invest in real estate? (I am not a CPA and I am not giving tax advice. You should consult with your CPA AND loan originator before making any tax planning decisions) Does it really have to be a choice? We have all been taught to do the best […]

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Market Update

Filed in General by on February 13, 2015 0 Comments
Market Update

Good economic news continued this month.  The economy, overall, has really performed well, bringing housing along for the ride.  Jobs, income levels and oil prices played major roles in the consumer sentiment index, reaching its highest level in a decade.  Another piece that has really helped our strong economy is the Government competing with itself.  […]

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