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The below topics are discussed in much more depth on our members' Financing Real Estate Investments page.

If new conventional financing is required on a purchase of income producing property, expect to put a substantial amount down. Banks and Savings and Loans usually require at least 30% down and you may also have to pay substantial amounts in closing costs.

However, there is always room for creativity in the overall financing package. For example: the seller can pay the purchaser for things like deferred maintenance, major repairs and decorating ... at closing. There can also be an agreement for the seller to provide secondary financing. But if a new loan is necessary, there are several sources to consider, including :

  • Private investors
  • Financing Real Estate Investments
  • Savings & Loans
  • Commercial Banks
  • Government help
  • VA Loans
  • Insurance Companies
  • Pension funds
  • Government Money
  • Financial Calculators
  • Calculate Financing Variables

The below topics are discussed in much more depth
on our members' Financing Real Estate Investments page

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