May 7, 2018
When you’re just starting your real estate investing journey, one of the most critical factors you should consider is how you plan to finance your projects. Deciding whether to use hard money lenders or JV partnerships to raise private money to fund your projects is often one of the most challenging decisions you will need to make.
On today’s episode, Don and Ryan share how they raised money to fund their first projects and the lessons they have learned from these experiences. They share strategies to consider when determining which fund-raising method is right for your business, the difference between using hard money lenders and JV partnerships as well as the benefits associated with each strategy. They also explain the importance of building a reputation based on trust and how it impacts your ability to raise private capitol.
“The property is the collateral - you are the security.” - Ryan Scialabba
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