The Facts About Arizona Rental Property Loans

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iStock_000002338446_LargeGet more returns with Arizona Rental Property Loans.

First off, property investment attracts investors wanting to use funding from a bank, instead pulling an ungodly amount of cash out of pocket. Do you have to be a million or billionaire? No. Not at all. You just need to secure the funding and provide a percentage of cash down to protect a lender should a foreclosure occur. This is great! To start leasing, you do not have to fork out a fortune to buy a $200,000 home along with the added cost of renovations, marketing, and the works. Instead, you rely on a lender: an entity that evaluates value, equity, and risk in order to fund you, the investor.

Alright, you can get money from Arizona Rental Property Loans. So what. What does that get you? Well, “you gotta have money to make money,” and when it comes to property investment, you generally use Arizona Rental Property Loans to purchase real estate to build, fix real estate to sell, or renovate real estate to rent. If you have connections and experience with construction and contractors, building may be a viable option. If you are looking for a quick pop and a good return within a shorter period, flipping may be your niche. However, if you’re in the game for the long haul, if you want to build the next mecca of personal equity, or if you just want a steady trickle of cash from leasing, rental property is where it’s at.

Arizona Rental Property Loans allow for an individual to build equity by using profit from leasing to pay off debt. Equity is what you own: for example, you put down $35,000 to receive a loan of $65,000 at a certain interest rate. $35,000 is your equity in the property. The more you pay and the less you owe the lender, the greater your equity. Aside from paying off debt, renovation may increase the overall value of a property, worth of a debtor’s equity, and the price of rent.   

Arizona Rental Property Loans Create Long-Term Security

While constructing and flipping provide relatively quicker returns, investing in rental property may establish income via long-term renters. With a newly renovated property in a desirable area and at a market-conscious price, a landlord with a business knack can rake in consistent returns.

Build equity with Arizona Rental Property Loans.

Over time, investors hope to pay off the property. Owning property free and clear once again increases the returns. Should the market value of property rise, the owner is able to sell the property and reap the benefits of positive equity. If the owner chooses to continue leasing the property, he or she can then use the money to further invest and build more rentals, businesses, or savings.   

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About the Author:  Dennis has been working in the real estate industry in some capacity for the last 40 years. He purchased his first property when he was just 18 years old. He quickly learned about the amazing investment opportunities provided by trust deed investing and hard money loans. His desire to help others make money in real estate investing led him to specialize in alternative funding for real estate investors who may have trouble getting a traditional bank loan. Dennis is passionate about alternative funding sources and sharing his knowledge with others to help make their dreams come true. Dennis has been married to his wonderful wife for 43 years. They have 2 beautiful daughters 5 amazing grandchildren. Dennis has been an Arizona resident for the past 40 years.

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