Name: Ken Meyer


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Bio: Ken Meyer is a Certified Financial Planner and Series 7 licensed stockbroker who prefers to invest his own money predominantly in residential real estate and 1st trust deeds. His corporation, Trust Deed Capital, Inc. builds high quality portfolios using trust deeds for himself and others. Additionally, he says, that he enjoys the process of being able to help other people build their wealth through real estate by sharing his experience and being a trusted resource for funding their projects.

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    Quick Hard Money Loan Structure Explained

    September 26th, 2017

    real estate investing private money lendersHard money loans are not for everyone. They are the province of a chosen few – lenders, as well as borrowers. Just the word ‘quick’ eliminates traditional lenders who subscribe to the longer the better philosophy, preferring to finance a loan for the long-term since interest payments are their bread and butter. Once a loan is paid off, their stream of revenue ceases. Read the rest of this entry “

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    4 Problems With Fix & Flip Property That Are Easy To Overlook

    August 29th, 2017

    When you’re picking up a property to quickly fix and flip, you want to be sure that you aren’t running into more problems than you can fix.

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    4 Myths About Fix and Flip That Most People Believe

    July 21st, 2017

    flip-profit-real-estateThere are plenty of myths about fix and flip property investing that leave plenty of people scratching their heads. Whether you’ve been in the real estate investing business for years or you’ve just embarked on the journey with your first investment property, some of these myths may seem all too familiar. Some, you’ve already run up against. Others, you might still be waiting to encounter. Read the rest of this entry “

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    How Much Money Do You Actually Make On a Flip?

    June 2nd, 2017

    flip-profit-real-estateFlipping houses has become so popular that various myths can start to develop, which oversimplifies the process. While it’s a fantastic way to make a lot of money, you have to know what you’re doing before starting. It’s going to mean taking careful measures to assure you make the largest profit.

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    The Best Social Media Networks for Fix and Flippers

    May 10th, 2017

    03-04-15 - social-media-management1When you’re in the fix and flip business, exposure is key. People need to know about your properties and know who you are. The more potential buyers who see your listing, the faster your property sells, and the more money you make. You can’t attain the proper level of exposure through print ads alone. You need to use social media to really get your name out there. Below you’ll find a few of the best social networks for fix and flippers like yourself. Read the rest of this entry “


    The Best Ways to See if Fixing and Flipping is Right For You (Before Spending a Ton of Money)

    April 18th, 2017

    top-real-estate-memes-flipping-housesTV shows that center around fixing and flipping make it look fun, easy, and extremely profitable. So, it’s likely that you’ve considered going into the business for yourself. Before you do, you should know that it’s not going to be exactly what it looks like on TV.

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    Fix and Flip vs Buy and Hold: Comparing the Two Strategies

    March 24th, 2017

    new investing questionsAre you considering investing in real estate? Before you do, make sure you know exactly what you want to achieve: Are you looking for a short or long-term investment? How much risk are you willing to take? And, how much time and energy are you willing to use? With these ideas in mind, you can decide if you are going to “repair and resell” or “invest and rent.” Let’s take a look at these two wealth building methods. Read the rest of this entry “

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    5 Tips For Hiring A Property Manager

    March 1st, 2017

    duplex-for-saleOne of the most simple, and overlooked, ways to increase ROI (return on investment) on rental properties is hiring a quality property manager. A Property Manager will boost ROI by increasing occupancy rates, finding dependable tenants, saving money on maintenance costs, and most importantly – providing peace of mind. If you are looking to improve your rental investment business, it is time to hire a manager or find a new one. Diligence is important: take the time and effort to interview and search for the right person. Here are five important areas to investigate: Read the rest of this entry “

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    The 3 Best (Free) Tools You Should Be Using To Find Properties

    February 1st, 2017

    Searching for a real estate investing deal used to consist of driving around certain areas you have enjoyed or communicating directly with real estate agents and having them decide which homes best fits your needs. Today, you have multiple resources available to you that will leave the power for deciding in your hands, as you sift through the various properties available on the internet.

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    3 Must Haves Before Getting Your First Fix & Flip Loan

    January 7th, 2017

    flipping properties rehabbingInvesting in a run-down, abandoned home and fixing it up so that it can be sold for a profit is a popular way to get involved in the real estate industry. There are plenty of television shows that make it seem like a fast, easy way to make big money. While profits can certainly be made, you first should make the time and money investment to get there. Unless you have a large amount of cash lying around, you will most likely have to obtain a loan for the purchase and rehab. Here are some things you need to know before getting your first fix and flip loan. Read the rest of this entry “

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