Finding Fix and Flip Properties Through Wholesale Real Estate Investors

One of the greatest challenges a fix-and-flip investor will face is finding good properties to flip. This is especially challenging for house flippers operating in extremely competitive markets where cash buyers are snapping up good deals as soon as they hit the market. The good news is, simply by networking with local wholesale real estate Read this Article »

Seeking Modular Home Loans? Proto Homes and Anchor Loans Offer an Exciting Option

If you are a real estate investor interested in prefab or modular home loans, are you aware that there is another exciting real estate investment prefab option on the market with “system-built” homes? Anchor Loans has partnered with the California-based prefab home builder Proto Homes to provide short-term bridge financing for house flipping investors seeking Read this Article »

Hard Money Construction Financing | Before and After Photos

The property renovations shown below were made possible with the hard work and talent of a real estate investor using Anchor Loans short-term construction financing. CONSTRUCTION FINANCING in FREMONT, CA PURCHASE PRICE: $1,050,000 IMPROVEMENTS: $609,000 SOLD PRICE: $2,485,000 Inspired by the Spanish style of the existing property, our borrower created a masterpiece with this striking Read this Article »

How to Decide Between Hard Money Lenders for House Flipping

Successful real estate investors who flip multiple properties at once, or house flipping entrepreneurs who are looking to quickly scale their businesses, often rely on hard money lenders for quick bridge loans to purchase and improve fix and flip properties. Many hard money lenders in the marketplace provide bridge loan programs specifically designed to meet Read this Article »

Hard Money Loans to Flip Houses | Before and After Photos

The property renovations shown below were made possible with the hard work and talent of a real estate investor using Anchor Loans' short-term hard money loans to flip houses. HARD MONEY LOANS to FLIP HOUSES | FULLERTON, CA PURCHASE PRICE: $750,000 IMPROVEMENTS: $177,000 SOLD PRICE: $1,385,000 So many surprises await inside this renovated ranch-style home. Read this Article »

What House Flipping Insurance Does a Real Estate Investor Need?

If you've purchased a fix-and-flip property and you are preparing to start renovations, you may be wondering what type of house flipping insurance is needed at different stages of your project. While many novice house flippers believe that they are fully covered by just adding their new investment property to their personal homeowner's policy, it Read this Article »

Hard Money Loan Los Angeles | House Flipping Before and After

The property renovations shared below were made possible with the talent and hard work of an Anchor Loans borrower using capital from a short-term hard money bridge loan from Anchor Loans. Hard Money Loan in Los Angeles, CA Purchase Price: $550,000 Improvements: $380,000 Sold Price: $1,375,000 It takes creativity and vision to look at a Read this Article »

Are You Hurting Your House Flipping Business by Over-Improving Your Properties?

If you are a fix and flip investor, the core focus of your house flipping business plan should be to maximize ROI. Although transforming an ugly outdated house into a stunning home is pretty satisfying in itself, the house flipping business isn't just about beautiful transformations--it's about return on investment. House Flipping Business Success Requires Read this Article »

Four Popular Trends to Consider For Your New Construction Home

Value. Value. Value. That is the number one driving focus of every successful fix and flip investor planning a new construction home. The question is, how can you be sure each design and construction decision will increase the ARV of the property?  While buyers' preferences may vary depending on where in the country you are Read this Article »

Choosing the Best Construction Strategy for Your Flip Property: Repair or Rebuild?

So you’ve purchased a great fix and flip property for a great price, but what if there is so much rehab work needed to increase the property's market value, it might make more sense to just tear it down and start over with a ground-up rebuild? How do you decide whether to repair and upgrade Read this Article »