Kevin Amolsch

Kevin Amolsch formed Pine Financial Group, Inc in October 2008 after leaving a small mortgage company as the senior loan officer for residential lending. Kevin has a degree in Finance from Metropolitan State Collage of Denver, which he attended after serving four years in the US Army. Kevin started out in banking, working at First Bank in the lending department while in school. From there he started his first real estate investment company, which is still active today. He owns more than 20 properties amounting to over 50 units and has closed on over 700 transactions as a buyer, seller or mortgage consultant. Kevin and Pine Financial has access to over $30 million in private equity and continues to see strong growth.
After college Kevin spent two years working with Wall Street as a mortgage bond analyst before leaving to work as a loan officer with real estate investors full time. He has spent more than 12 years as a real estate investor and 10 years in real estate lending. He is an author and frequent speaker and has been quoted in The Las Vegas Review Journal, The Denver Post, Yahoo Real Estate and several smaller publications and blogs.

In 2005, Kevin discovered the niche market of real estate finance and subsequently founded Pine Financial Group, Inc, Colorado's premier hard money lender. To date, he has raised over $18 million in private equity for real estate deals and completed hundreds of private money transactions. As part of Pine Financial Group, Kevin has two mortgage funds registered with the SEC with more than sixty private investors.

Kevin is also the Author of, "The 45 Day Investor," a book dedicated to helping beginning real estate investors buy their first investment in 45 days or less.

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Private Equity Due Diligence – Stay Safe

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Private Equity Due Diligence – Stay Safe

“All your money will be invested in real estate with a guarantee of 12% returns.” This is what you are told by someone asking you to invest with them. You think to yourself; “This sounds like a solid deal and this person was referred to me by a respected local company.” Two months later your […]

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Learn Successful Financing Secrets – This Friday

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Learn Successful Financing Secrets – This Friday

I was just asked to be interviewed on a national radio blog this Friday at 10am MST. Here is a copy of the email that will be sent out to their database and more information on how to register if you want to listen in. Hard Money: Why Savvy Investors Use It Learn Successful Financing […]

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Hard Money Questions and Answers

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Hard Money Questions and Answers

Have questions about Hard Money? Check out this video that walks you through the top questions asked of hard money lenders including: how much will my payment be, how much money will I need at closing, and how do you qualify.

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By the Numbers – Analyzing Rental Properties

Filed in Just For Landlords by on March 29, 2013 0 Comments
By the Numbers – Analyzing Rental Properties

If you know me you know that I love rental property and believe that it should play a role in most people’s long term wealth goals. Many people struggle with how to run numbers of potential rental acquisitions so I posted a form you can use on our free resources page of our website. The […]

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My Top 5 Mistakes As A Real Estate Investor

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My Top 5 Mistakes As A Real Estate Investor

Mistakes are great because you can learn so much from them. With that said, I would much rather learn from your mistake than mine. I love to talk about mistakes other investors are making so I can help you avoid them. In this article I am actually going to swallow my pride and tell you the top five […]

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