By Kerry Curry, Contributing Writer, B2R Finance

Single-family property flipping profits reached a 10-year high in 2015, while the number of residential real estate flippers in the market reached its highest level since 2007.…

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By Kerry Curry, Contributing Writer, B2R Finance

If you’ve been investing for a while, you may be ready to take your investments to the next level with a portfolio loan.

Portfolio lending offers a number of advantages for residential rental …

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The ABCs of Classifying Single-Family Rentals December 14, 2015

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | Real Estate Investment

By Kerry Curry, B2R Contributing Writer

Rental property investors often use real estate property classifications in their investment strategy.

In this blog post, we’ll talk about what it means if a single-family rental is considered a Class A, B or …

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Is a Real Estate Coach Right for You? October 12, 2015

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

By Brianna Bobola, Marketing Writer, B2R Finance

Investors in single-family rental properties can benefit from real estate coaching, but how do you know if a real estate coach is right for you?…

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By Brianna Bobola, Marketing Writer, B2R Finance

The average gross profit on a flipped house increased during the second quarter while the overall percentage of flips declined, according to RealtyTrac’s Q2 2015 U.S. Home Flipping Report.…

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Networking Tips for Real Estate Investors August 10, 2015

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

By Jerry Mosley, Regional Head of the Southeast, B2R Finance

Whether you’re a seasoned residential real estate investor or simply interested in becoming one, networking can help you grow your business faster than going it alone.…

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What is Your Rental Costing You in Property Taxes? April 15, 2015

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

Property TaxesBy Joel Hibbard, AVP & Legal Counsel, B2R Finance and Trenton T. Roberts, Attorney at Looper, Goodwine P.C. in Houston, Texas

We all know that taxes can be a headache, but since it is tax season, we thought it might …

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Asset-based Lending

By Gregory Dineen, Head of Credit and Underwriting, B2R Finance

If you’ve ever tried to buy a house in San Francisco, New York City or Washington, D.C., you know what an expensive proposition that can be.

A recent study from …

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Property Insurance Coverage for Rental Properties

By Nina Hamilton-Lee, B2R Finance Director of Operations

If you had to replace your rental home, would your property insurance policy be sufficient to pay the replacement cost?

A water leak, fire or hail storm could cause unplanned financial distress …

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Fannie Mae

By Robert Greenberg, VP Marketing, B2R Finance

The economy is on the upswing, but consumers remain cautious about buying homes and more said they’d rent instead, according to Fannie Mae’s most recent national housing survey.

This cautious sentiment about homebuying …

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Many U.S. Housing Markets Still Affordable December 8, 2014

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

Counties Still Affordable

Georgia, Michigan and Pennsylvania have some of the nation’s most affordable housing, according to new data from RealtyTrac, which found that 48 percent of housing markets are still affordable by historical standards.

Those three states had the most counties listed …

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B2R Finance understands the challenges that residential real estate investors face every day. Whether it’s working to improve cash flow, convert loans to better terms and unlock equity from existing property, or even trying to fund new acquisitions.  We work …

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Safe Haven Markets

Not every property investor has an appetite for risk. Some would prefer to trade in higher rental yields for the security of investing in cities that boast strong economies and low vacancy rates.

These cities provide less risk to investors …

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Rental Property Investors Are Younger Than You Might Think September 28, 2014

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


According to a National Association of Realtors (NAR) survey, 28 percent of real estate buyers seeking homes as investment properties are under the age of 35. The most — 31 percent — are between the ages of 35 and 44. …

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Investors flock to the South for Single Family Housing

Buyers like the South and urban/suburban properties best when it comes to purchasing single-family homes as investment properties.

The National Association of Realtors® says 63 percent of investment buyers last year purchased property in suburban or urban areas, while …

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Confidence in Real Estate Market

Investors still have plenty of confidence in the U.S. housing market and believe it is a good time to buy homes, despite rising prices.

A recent National Association of Realtors (NAR) survey says 84 percent of investment buyers say now …

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Blackstone’s B2R Finance: A Primer February 22, 2014

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | Real Estate

By Ken Corsini posted on, February 21, 2014.

I think everybody knew it was a matter of time until somebody stepped in and created a lending product that the market has been dying for. With an unprecedented number …

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