Many times, when we think of 'flipping houses' we think of a quick lump some that we can get when selling a home that we've bought, fixed up, and then sold.

Wouldn't it be nice to get both a lump sum at closing as well as cash flow each and every month?

A few problems arise: Financing to purchase and hold onto a piece of real estate.

With banks really tight these days, this is what real estate investors face. Of course, you can go with lease options, wraps, subject tos etc, but you can also bring in credit partners into an LLC format to purchase the home using their credit.

YOu both share in the lump sum created at closing, as well as monthly payments when sold via owner financing.

Not a bad win win situation.


Other ways to finance homes through credit partners and private lenders.

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