All posts by: Martin Chera

Those looking to purchase real estate typically use bridge loans to facilitate the transition from one home to another while the first is still on the market. While this sounds like the perfect solution, there is still some amount of...
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Notwithstanding the severe job losses and declining economy that resulted in form the March stay-at-home orders across the nation, actions by the federal government have supported the continued operation of key capital markets—albeit with reduced deal volume as compared to...
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The Perfect Match A distressed property is one that is being listed by the hard money lender or has entered into the foreclosure process. There is a multitude of reasons why a property is classified as being distressed, but regardless...
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