Some investors save their money in a bank account, earning pitiful interest rates because they need ready access to liquid funds. But you can position your capital to earn significantly more interest while you wait to deploy it with the infinite banking concept.
private real estate loans
Providing funding for real estate deals is one of the smartest ways that private lenders can make a large (and usually predictable) return on their investment. As an active real estate investor, this knowledge can help you make irresistible property deal offers to passive investors. Learn exactly how to do so in Part 3 of the Funding Equals Freedom series.
Conventional banks, hard money lenders, and other institutional lenders often don’t provide the best financing options for real estate investors. Between the origination points, fees, and monthly-only interest payments, the negative impact on an investor’s profits can be substantial. Find out the disadvantages of institutional lending options, as compared to raising private capital.
For real estate investors, private funding equals freedom. Compared to traditional financing options (bank or institutional loans), private money allows you the flexibility to purchase properties quickly and gives you greater freedom to do what you’d like with them. In this series, Josh Cantwell explains his step-by-step process for finding private lenders and working with private money.