More Renters Equals Greater Rental Development Prospects

For over five years, the rent for apartments has continued to increase, by over fifteen percent in fact. This rise has forced developers to keep up with the ever-increasing demand, and there are more than 300,00 apartment projects in the works expected to debut this year. The median age of the individuals that are renting these apartments is roughly 32, … Read More

Use Hard Money Loans for Real Estate Investments

If you’ve decided 2017 will be the year to have a second income by flipping properties, an investment property lender can help tremendously. With these hard money lenders, you’ll receive the money you need for a successful flip while also giving you extra security and an advantage. Unlike traditional mortgage loans, hard money loans are based on the value of … Read More

Flipping Is Poised to Make a Comeback

Recent news suggests that property flipping is making a comeback. Just over six percent of all home sales last year were considered flipping projects. Flipping is defined as a property that’s been sold twice within the span of a year. These numbers represent a considerable jump of more than five percent compared to 2015 and some of the highest levels … Read More

Should You Consider a Bridge Loan?

Bridge loans continue to be very popular in many real estate markets. To determine whether or not they’re right for you, however, you’ll have to take into account several factors. In most cases, these loans are used to buy another property before an existing one has been sold. You can think of a bridge loan as a provisional loan intended … Read More

Fix and Flip Your Property with a Hard Money Lender

“Fix and flip” property loans have grown tremendously over the past couple of years as people seek to invest in real estate to take advantage of the additional income opportunities. The loans differ from those where a property is purchased with the intention of one day selling it. With a fix and flip, the purchased property is typically distressed and … Read More

Big Construction Expansion Is on the Horizon – 2017

It looks like 2017 is going to be a positive one for the housing market, as single-family home construction is expected to rise a bit thanks to factors such as an improving economy and positive employment gains. In 2016 the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) estimated just over 1.15 million housing starts, an increase of close to five percent … Read More

Good News from the Miami Report

Released back in the fall of last year, the Miami Report is one of the most extensive and in-depth reports focusing on more than 100 years of the real estate market, from new and resale condo inventory to rental trends, the international market, and economic growth. Some of the highlights from the 52 page report show very encouraging signs for … Read More

Use M&M Private Lending Group for Your 2017 Investments

If 2017 is the year you’re planning on investing in South Florida’s many lucrative properties, congratulations! You’re already taking the first important step towards building a property portfolio. At M&M Private Lending Group, LLC, we want to help you achieve your financial goals without dealing with all of the red tape and laborious, often lengthy process involved with traditional lenders. … Read More

Three Reasons to Choose a Hard Money Loan

If you’ve been following our blog, you may already have a firm idea of what our business is all about and how our hard money loans work. Have you ever wondered why you would need a hard money loan in the first place? We have three great yet simple reasons why. You’ll receive funds faster. Depending on how long you’ve … Read More

Finding Worthwhile Properties

A successful real estate investment means finding the best, most lucrative properties. Many investors obtain hard money loans to finance a flip only to have the property sit for months in the market due to factors such as overpricing or being located in an undesirable neighborhood.  Hard money loans are generally short-term, which means there is little leeway when it … Read More