How Using Leverage Can Benefit Real Estate Investors May 31, 2016

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | Real Estate Investment

By Anthony Cazazian, EVP and Head of Origination, B2R Finance

While many residential real estate investors buy in cash — nearly 32% — many have discovered the benefits of leverage. What is leverage? According to Investopedia, “Leverage is the …

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Tracking the Performance of Your Investment Properties March 7, 2016

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | Real Estate Investment

By Kerry Curry, Contributing Writer, B2R Finance

Tracking financial metrics helps residential rental property investors evaluate the quality of their investments. While we all want our investments to be lucrative, not all rental property investors have the same goals. Some …

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By Kerry Curry, B2R Contributing Writer

Single-family property investors brought in some impressive returns during the third quarter with an average gross return on investment of 33.8 percent per flip, up from 32.7 percent in the quarter a year ago, …

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When and How to Hire a Real Estate Attorney May 20, 2015

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | Landlords, Real Estate, Real Estate Investment

How to Hire a Real Estate AttorneyBy Trenton T. Roberts, Attorney at Looper, Goodwine P.C. in Houston, Texas

It’s not uncommon to purchase residential real estate without hiring a real estate attorney. However, there are situations in which real estate investors will want to consider consulting …

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Cap Rate

By Tim Herriage, Managing Director, B2R Finance

The capitalization rate, or cap rate, is the rate of return on a real estate investment property based on the income the property is expected to generate.

It is an important consideration for …

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