Posts filed under: Financing Blog

Recent years have seen the idea of the fix-and-flip property really take off. The concept is simple: you purchase a piece of real estate that requires a little bit of work, put in the effort required to make some upgrades,...
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Have you ever heard that real estate is always a good investment? It’s not. Just like any other trend, the real estate market has ebbs and flows and peaks in popularity. There are good times to buy and there are...
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Multifamily properties can be a great investment, but they are also a lot of work. Although peak leasing season is still a few months away, it’s never too early to start spring cleaning and getting things ready for new tenants....
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Investing in commercial real estate can be an excellent idea. Owning property is a useful way for you to secure a more stable financial future for yourself and your family. Of course, you also must take time to plan out...
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Real estate can be an attractive venture for passive income, consistent returns and growth potential. While the sector can be profitable, not all commercial investments are equal. Knowing when what and how to invest in commercial real estate can be...
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Rental properties are often a preferred investment strategy for investors who want additional income streams. Multifamily investment usually entails apartments with over one rentable space. It can pay to invest in multifamily real estate, especially for increased cash flow. If...
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Manufacturing has picked up steam over the past few years, providing goods to businesses in every sector, as well as direct consumers. The increased demand has presented a number of growth opportunities to manufacturers of all sizes, and every decision...
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Trucking companies are the backbone of our economy, generating $700 billion annually and delivering goods and materials so all other businesses can keep moving forward. Yet despite proven reliability and hard work for decades, fleets and independent owner-operators alike still...
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For any business, access to working capital is essential – not just to maintain regular operations – but to take on larger clients projects and act on growth opportunities. However, when capital is tied to unpaid client invoices, cash flow...
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In both business and banking, “No” is an ugly word. Businesses like to say “yes” to customers and close deals. Similarly, banks want to say “yes” to their clients and approve requests for financing. However, not every business meets the...
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