All posts by: David Chera

Georgia is a peach of a state (pun intended) for real estate investors seeking to utilize a ground-up construction loan to fund their next project. As the 8th most populated state in the entire country, Georgia has a diverse and...
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If you are new to the real estate investment industry, the best piece of advice we can give you is to know what you don’t know. Being humble with regards to your relevant experience and knowledge base is the ideal...
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Leverage, also referred to as debt financing, is a useful and often required element of the majority of completed real estate transactions. Still, as the 2008-2009 real estate bubble emphasized, there are instances in which excess leverage can lead to...
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The current real estate market is understandably dynamic given the constantly developing COVID-19 situation—making it more important than ever for real estate professionals to consistently check up on the latest status updates. We’ve made it easy for you, read on...
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Obtaining a ground-up construction loan is largely dependent on the viability of future real estate market activity as this is directly correlated with how readily the new property will be able to be sold quickly at a competitive price. Accordingly,...
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It’s safe to say that everyone—the real estate industry included—was ready to put the uncertainty and risk associated with the latter half of 2020 behind them and get a fresh start in 2021. The takeaway from construction industry experts looking...
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Here’s a trick question: What’s the hardest real estate deal to close? Simple answer: your very first one as an investor. If you think about it, it makes sense—inexperienced real estate investors don’t yet have the requisite experience and knowledge...
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The coronavirus pandemic has brought a significant negative financial impact to countless households and businesses across the nation. With the implementation of mitigation protocol including mandatory lockdowns and social distancing, some industries have been particularly hard-hit, while others have prospered....
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You can point the finger at HGTV, the turbulent housing market, or the current trends in the home design industry—but one thing is for certain: the popularity of house flipping is at an all-time high. An exponential amount of savvy...
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Real estate is generally deemed to be a safe investment in that the relative price volatility in this sector is typically less in comparison to the stock market. Historically, data indicates that property prices trend upwards when economic conditions are...
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