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Investor Voices

A Two-Fold Focus to Help Investors

This article was originally published in Think Realty Magazine in the American Association of Private Lenders’ (AAPL)-sponsored “Investor Review” insert in the July/August 2017 issue. Rob Barney, President of DHLC… more
Investor Voices

Walnut Street Finance

This article was originally published in Think Realty Magazine in the American Association of Private Lenders’ (AAPL)-sponsored “Investor Review” insert in the July/August 2017 issue. When private money financing is… more
InsightInvesting Strategies

Noteworthy Markets

Many real estate investors are looking to expand into new markets as backyard deals become scarcer and thinner based on demand for product, reduced HUD foreclosures and property values recovering… more
Insight Industry Trends

Slow and Steady Growth

Centrally located in the Sunshine State, Orlando has always been a popular destination—not just for tourists, but for relocating families and investors, as well. The weather and job growth witnessed… more
Insight Industry Trends

Rising from the Ashes

I’m thinking of a city with the busiest international border crossing in North America. Where downtown apartment vacancy rates are below 5 percent and continuously dropping. A city neighbored by… more
Insight Industry Trends

Bubbling with Profit Potential

Where are many reasons to invest in Kansas City, Missouri—one of our clients’ favorite markets. Well-known for its contributions to the musical styles of blues and jazz, the city is… more
Insight Industry Trends

Red-Hot, But Is It Sustainable?

We have all seen market cycles—the peaks, the dips, the flat lines. So what makes a real estate market stand out? Time. How long does it dip? How long does… more
Insight Industry Trends

Going Up

The single-family house business in the Tampa area has investors scrambling for scraps for house purchasing opportunities. The multiple listing service (MLS) and mortgage foreclosures are where most investors begin… more