Does the HR1319 Coronavirus Relief Benefit Real Estate Investors?

On March 10, 2021, Congress passed HR1319, a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package known as the “American Rescue Plan of 2021.” President Biden signed the bill into law on March 11th. The Plan expands federal assistance to renters, homeowners, small business owners, the unemployed, and others. Included in the Plan are several provisions that are Read this Article »

Home Prices Up by Double Digits in Many U.S. Markets Despite Covid Economy

Against a bleak backdrop of record Covid-19 infections, high unemployment, a divisive and contested presidential election, and a faltering economy, surprisingly, home prices continue to rise in many markets across the country. Home Prices Rose by Double Digits Over Q3 2019 A recent report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) revealed that, despite expectations Read this Article »

Anchor Loans Wraps Up 20th Anniversary Year With New Achievements and Honors

Calabasas, Calif., Jan. 16, 2019 – Anchor Loans, the nation’s leading provider of financing to fix-and-flip entrepreneurs, wraps up its 20th year in business with over $1.4 billion in loans funded to real estate investors, a new annual record for the Company and a twenty percent increase over the prior record-setting year. 

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The 5 Best States for Fix-and-Flip Investing

Flipping houses can be big business, but not all markets are created equal. In some parts of the country, investors are getting more bang for their buck. In Maryland or Pennsylvania, for example, a fix-and-flip investor can make an average profit of $110,000 on their flipped house, while other states may not offer quite the Read this Article »

Three Real Estate Trends to Watch in 2019

Every year presents new and unique challenges to real estate investors. As 2018 draws to a close, it’s time to take stock of what’s on the horizon. What emerging real estate trends that will shape the market in 2019 and beyond?   Experts from the Forbes Real Estate Council recently presented their ideas on what Read this Article »

Cryptocurrency and Real Estate Investing – Is It the Future?

Even though it is still approached with caution by the public, cryptocurrency is slowly but surely gaining a foothold in various markets. The doubts, of course, are understandable, as Bitcoin’s value in particular fluctuates quite unpredictably. Coindesk reports that the world’s most popular cryptocurrency ended September with its lowest volatility for over a year, but Read this Article »

Anchor Loans Surpasses $1 Billion in Loan Originations in Q3 2018

Calabasas, Calif., Sept. 4, 2018 – Anchor Loans, the nation’s number one hard-money lender to the fix-and-flip industry, has again exceeded $1 billion in loan originations in a single year. This is the third consecutive year Anchor has provided over a billion dollars of financing to real estate investors, and sets a new Q3 record Read this Article »

Anchor Loans Recognized on 2018 Inc 5000 List

Calabasas, Calif., Aug. 15, 2018 – Anchor Loans has been selected for the 2018 Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in America. The magazine Inc. 5000 posts an annual list that recognizes the nation’s greatest and most inspiring entrepreneurs.   Each business selected is ranked from #1-5000 on the list. Factors such as Read this Article »

Anchor Loans Expands into New Markets; Now Serving 47 Markets Nationwide

Calabasas, Calif. May 31, 2018 – Anchor Loans, the nation’s largest lender to the fix-and-flip industry, is now originating loans in 47 markets across the country. Throughout the last year, Anchor added 13 additional states to its lending roster. “Our growth outside of California over the last two years has increased to 50 percent of Read this Article »

2018 Real Estate Trends

  2018 is just a few months old, but already several major trends have emerged that will affect the world of real estate for the rest of the year and beyond.   Here are three major areas to keep an eye on throughout the rest of 2018. 1: Housing supply is (finally) catching up with Read this Article »