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 ​Up to 100% Rehab Funding

 ​Up to 100% Rehab Funding

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Strategic Capital Advantage LLC   SCA Funding Group  With SCA you have the Capital Advantage. Finding it difficult getting the money you need to buy and flip properties? With SCA you have the capital advantage to buy and flip more properties with our strategic rehab funding solutions. Here is what we offer:
  • Ø Up to 100% Funding - Acquisition, construction, closing costs (available in most states and markets)
  • Ø Loans up to 50-70% LTV (Based on After Repair Value)
  • Ø Six (6) to Twelve (36) month loans
  • Ø Interest Rates from 9 to 15%
  • Ø Interest Only payments
  • Ø Pre-Approvals within 3-4 days
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  • Ø  "Proof of Funds" letters available
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Renting is the Answer for Consumers Wary of Buying Homes

bigstock-Couple-Standing-By-For-Rent-edited After some considerable sizzle last year, the U.S. housing market rebound has slowed as sales and price increases experience an end-of-the-summer lethargy. Despite an improving national economy with some significant employment gains, consumers remain worried about job security, stagnant wages, tight credit and high debt levels. These worries are driving more consumers to consider rental housing. To be sure, housing experts don’t believe the housing rebound is over. The current pullback, however, could be viewed as silver lining for those investing in the single-family rental market as indicators suggest this sector is continuing to gain favor among consumers who are hesitant to buy. Fannie Mae reports that Americans’ attitudes toward housing softened in August in a surveyreleased by the government-sponsored enterprise last week. Interest in renting increased even though survey respondents indicated they expected rental rates to rise. “[T]he share of consumers who said now is a good time to buy a home dipped for the second consecutive month, falling six percentage points since June to 64 percent — tying the all-time survey low,” Fannie Mae reported. In July, the U.S. Census Bureau reported the nation’s homeownership rate had dropped to thelowest level in about 19 years — 64.7 percent in the second quarter, down from 64.8 percent in the previous three months. The implication for investors of single-family rentals is clear: Demand remains strong in the rental sector. SHIFTING ATTITUDES Rental housing has “always provided a broad choice of homes for people at all phases of life,” notes Harvard University’s Joint Center for Housing Studies in a 2013 report on the sector,“America’s Rental Housing”. VarietyOfRentalStock “The recent economic turmoil underscored the many advantages of renting and raised the barriers to homeownership, sparking a surge in demand that has buoyed rental markets across the country,” the report said. While the Great Recession — with its high unemployment and its wave of foreclosures — drove many into rental housing who might have otherwise preferred to own their homes, more recent trends are raising the popularity of renting even among those who can afford to buy. “All in all, recent conditions have brought renewed appreciation for the benefits of renting, including the greater ease of moving, the ability to choose housing that better fits the family budget, and the freedom from responsibility for home maintenance,” the Harvard report said. FUTURE GROWTH OF RENTAL HOUSEHOLDS JCHS estimated renter household growth over the next decade by applying current homeownership rates to recent household projections. Depending on the pace of immigration, the center estimates that the number of rental households is likely to increase by between 4 million and 4.7 million between 2013 and 2023. Although this indicates a considerable slowdown from the c

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  Loan Program Features:   Up to $2,000,000 available  Terms up to 2 years Interest Rates: 2-3%/month typically on terms 12-24 months Approval amount is typically 10% of gross annual sales Very flexible with credit (no open BK’s) Tax Liens, Foreclosures, Collections and Judgments OK Premium Programs available for excellent credit applicants Approvals within 24-48 hours and Funding within 5-7 days  Documents Needed For Approval: 6 months of most recent Business Bank Statements Most Recent Business Tax Return 4 months of Merchant Statements (*if they accept credit card sales that is)   Richard Simpson Office  404-919-7545 e-Mail: My web site:

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How these amateur home flippers found their niche in real estate vist

How these amateur home flippers found their niche in real estate vist 

Recent data from RealtyTrac shows only 31,000 single-family homes were flipped in the second quarter of 2014, making up just 4.6% of all home sales — down from 5.9% in the first quarter and 6.2% in the last quarter of 2013 (house flipping is defined as buying and then selling a home within 12 months). 

Lower-end house flipping has seen the steepest decline. While sales of homes flipped for $750,000 or more increased by 21% this year, homes sold for less than $100,000 dropped by 5%, according to RealtyTrac.

Low-end house flippers played a crucial part of the housing recovery, says Ardell DellaLoggia, a Seattle real estate agent. In areas wracked with foreclosures , flippers swooped in to rehab homes that otherwise might have been left in disrepair. But with the inventory of distressed homes on the decline, there’s less opportunity for “mom and pop” flippers  to invest.  There’s also no guarantee they’ll net a solid return on their investment. Home flippers averaged a gross return of 21% this year, which is nothing to sniff at, but represents a 10% drop from one year ago, according to RealtyTrac. 

“If you have enough flippers, you will not have those neighborhoods filled with [vacant homes],” DellaLoggia says. “For a [first-time home buyer] who would be thrilled to death to be able to afford a house that’s liveable, flippers are wonderful.”  

For now at least, it will continue to be a high-end flipper’s market. But we tracked down some home flippers who are still sticking it out on the lower end of the market. They aren’t making massive profits and they don’t have tons of cash to throw around, but they’re still managing to make home flipping a worthwhile investment.

“Once you’re into it, it’s too late."

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Source: Beki Hastings

Beki Hastings, 37, and her husband, Josh, 38, have been flipping homes near their hometown of Heston, Kan., since the onset of the housing crisis. What they saw as a one-off smart investment opportunity has turned into much more than a side gig. “It’s about taking something really horrible and ugly and making it into something beautiful and useful for someone else,” says Hastings, a stay-at-home mother. Her husband works for the city. “To see the buyers is so rewarding. They wouldn’t have had such a nice house in their budget before and we’ve been able to give them a great home in a budget they can afford,” she says.

For the couple, who has three children under the age of 14, learning how to renovate homes didn’t come easily at first. In a small town, they could rely on tips from their local bank when a home went into foreclosure. They found their first property in 2007 —  a single-family home near their own home they got for a steal at $35,000. The couple took out a small construction loan to buy the property. To save as much money as possible, they decided not to hire a contractor and to do all the handiwork themselves.

“It was a big learning curve,” says Hastings. “We expected it to take four to six months, and it wound up taking 10 months.” There was extensive termite damage, an expensive surprise that set them back several thousand dollars. Eventually, the house sold for $65,000, netting them about $10,000 in profit. They’ve since rehabbed three more homes for twice the profit of their first. But as affordable properties became harder to find, they slowed down. Their last flip was in 2011. Since then, they took on a much smaller project — fixing up a dilapidated barn in their backyard.

“We took it apart board by board and built an entirely new barn,” and is now a successful wedding venue, she says.

When their friends ask them for advice about getting into flipping, Hastings says she’s hesitant to encourage them.

“I don’t think people understand how big of a time investment it is and how big of a strain it can be,” she says. “Once you’re into it, it’s too late. There’s always a point several months in where we swear this is the last house we’re doing and we’re never doing it again.”

Flipping full-time

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Source: Liz Haynsworth
Liz Haynsworth, 33, and her husband were among the wave of amateur home flippers who jumped at the opportunity to invest when home values tanked during the Great Recession. Both attorneys, the Dallas couple had long discussed ditching their day jobs to take on real estate investing full time. In 2009, they took out a small loan and bought their first rehab project, a four-bedroom, 2.5-bath single-family home, for $240,000 — $100,000 under its original list price. After hiring a contractor, they spent five months gutting and remodeling the entire place, eventually sinking another $140,000 into the project. They eventually sold it for $395,000 — netting a modest profit of around 4% — but they were hooked.

“Once we bought our first flip, I decided I didn’t want to wait to jump in head first,” Haynsworth says. “So I quit my job.” Since then, they’ve flipped eight homes, all in the Dallas area, and have two more projects lined up. After the first investment, they decided to take on the contracting work themselves — dealing with construction crew, scheduling projects, managing the accounting — which has helped improve their profit margins greatly.

(Before and after shots of one of their latest projects)

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Courtesy of Liz Haynsworth

Courtesy of Liz Haynsworth

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Courtesy of Liz Haynsworth

Courtesy of Liz Haynsworth

“We have learned where you need to put your money to get the best return,” Haynsworth says. “In the beginning, we were putting crown molding in every room, doing more expensive appliances and things like that. Now we’ve learned that money is better spent on something like putting in new windows.”  Since each project takes several months to complete, they decided to get their real estate licenses and launch their own brokerage firm, which allows them to work from home. They also invested in a couple of rental properties, which adds a steady stream of income when they’re in between flips. Now that the housing market is cooling down, they can lean on work from their brokerage business and rental income.

“Some days are really slow and other days are crazy and we don’t get everything done,” she says. “This summer we’ve had three flips going plus two rental properties, and we just had a baby at the end of May.”

Whether the housing market is packed with cheap or distressed properties or not, flipping has inherent risks and isn’t for everyone, says Brendon DeSimone, a New York City real estate agent.

“To successfully flip and make money can be a full-time job,” he says. “You can't control the market and things happen during construction … There are so many moving parts that are not necessarily working in sync.”

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