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How to Obtain a Private Mortgage due to Traditional Lender Denials-Guest Blog by Mr. Parker


Mr. Parker is a financial writer associated with the community of “Mortgagefit.com”. He has written more than 500 articles on loans, money-saving tips, foreclosure, mortgage, budgeting, bankruptcy, insurance and so on. He is also a Kindle publishing enthusiasts and associated with various forums and communities.  Continue reading


Good Versus Bad Debt? I Don’t Care When Investing

Recently, I wrote about what I think is a common misconception, in that a long-term rental must meet the 2% rule to be a good investment.  I think another misconception is that all debt is bad, and must be avoided at all costs.  Many people will tell you stay away from debt at all costs, while others will say good debt is okay but stay away from bad debt.  Most people define bad debt as debt that uses depreciating assets or no assets as collateral.  Car loans, credit cards, student loans, retail goods like TVs, furniture, exercise equipment all would classify as bad debt.  My personal philosophy; I don’t care what is used as collateral, if I can use debt to invest and make  me a higher return than the debt costs me – I will.

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How to Find A Portfolio Lender

Rental properties are the absolute best investment for wealth and cash flow growth.
One of the most frequent questions I hear on my blog, from emails, in investor meet ups or on forums is how to find a portfolio lender.  Continue reading

Invest Four More Rental Property Number 5

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I realized when I uploaded the after rehab video on rental property number five that I had not done a write up on the costs and purchase terms.  Here are the details for Invest Four More’s rental property number five. Continue reading

How Writing a Real Estate Blog has Improved my Investing and Business

Writing a blog, has helped me learn new investing techniques, meet new business contacts and helped me achieve my goals.  I didn’t plan to write a blog, in fact the blog  just materialized from a couple random ideas in early 2013.  I learned from reading and listening to self-help/wealth gurus to keep an eye out for any opportunity no matter how small or big.  Continue reading

Invest Four More Rental Property # 2

721I purchased my first long-term rental property in December of 2010.  I did not buy my second rental property until October of 2011.  I did not plan on waiting this long to buy another, but life happens and sometimes in a big way! Continue reading

Should I Pay Off My House Early or Invest the Money in Rental Properties?

Row housesMany financial experts advise people to pay off their homes as quickly as possible to reduce debt.  They refer to debt, as a lurking monster that will eventually destroy us if we don’t get rid if it as quickly as possible.  Continue reading