Hard Money Jumbo Loans for Multimillion-Dollar Real Estate Investing

Where do real estate investors go for private direct fix and flip or ground-up construction loans over a million dollars? Unfortunately, many direct lenders cap their loan amounts at under $800,000 — but with our expert loan teams and advanced underwriting platform, Anchor can approve and fund viable multimillion-dollar projects with no problem. In fact, Read this Article »

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 »

SFR Real Estate Investing | 2021 Housing Outlook

With the economic upheaval America experienced in 2020, many house flippers and buy and hold investors are asking how real estate investing will fare in the coming year.  Real Estate Investing | Single Family Home Sector Remains Strong While the Covid-19 pandemic ravaged the U.S. economy last year, single-family housing is one sector that has 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 »

New Construction Upgrades That Add Value

Of course, it’s great to add trendy design features that make your new house stand out among competing homes, but what are the new construction upgrades that add value to the finished home? When building an investment property from the ground up, there are always new market trends that real estate agents can use to Read this Article »

Fix and Flip Before and After Photos | Hard Money Loan

The flip property renovations featured below were made possible with the talent and hard work of an Anchor Loans borrower using capital from a short term hard money loan from Anchor Loans.   LOS ANGELES, CA  - CONSTRUCTION HARD MONEY LOAN PURCHASE PRICE: $2,150,000 IMPROVEMENTS: $900,000 SOLD PRICE: $4,050,000 This skilled Southern California borrower turned 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 »

Mortgage Forbearance on the Decline for the First Time since March

Just prior to COVID-19 shutting down the U.S. economy, the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) reported the overall home mortgage forbearance rate was 0.25%. That figure skyrocketed past 3% in early April with the pandemic’s devastating economic impact and has continued on a steep rise as the numbers of newly unemployed Americans surpassed 22 million by Read this Article »

Real Estate Scams Are Expected to Rise Due to Covid-19 Restrictions

Prior to the 2020 arrival of COVID-19, there had already been a steep rise in complaints of cyber-based real estate scams received by the FBI. Now, given the social distancing restrictions that are making face-to-face real estate transactions more difficult to arrange, consumers and businesses should be extra careful and skeptical before handing over personal Read this Article »

Work from Home Culture Shift Could Ease Housing Inventory Shortages

Housing Inventory in Metropolitan Areas May Improve While no one is celebrating Covid-19’s near takedown of the U.S. economy,  we may see at least one positive impact of the pandemic on American work culture—that is, with more people permanently working from home, employees will likely move further away from the office, easing the housing inventory Read this Article »