Real estate investors have to use all the tools available to them to produce the highest real estate profits. One of those tools is delayed financing, which can boost investor profits by allowing a buyer to purchase a property for cash, rehab it, and then finance it.
Marimark Mortgage, which is owned by one of my personal friends, has two articles every real estate investor should read, even if you have used delayed financing before.
- Delayed Financing Enables Real Estate Investors to Quickly Boost Profits
- 5 Things You Should Know When Considering Delayed Financing for a House
The second of these two articles gives you some specifics you should know before using delayed financing, especially since laws relating to the mortgage industry continually change.
And the second article explains how delayed financing can boost real estate investors’ profits.
It’s no secret that real estate investors who are cash buyers are preferred by sellers and typically get a better price, save on closing costs, and have the potential to make higher profits. . . .
Delayed Financing, therefore, is a tool real estate investors can use to boost their profits by using cash to purchase and rehab an investment property, then finance the property on the back end to get cash out.
Put Delayed Financing to Work for You
Delayed financing is a great tool to boost profits, but it has to be used with the right deals.