Name: Ken Meyer

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Web Site: http://www.trustdeedcapital.com/

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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    5 Things You Learn By Screwing Up a Deal

    June 4th, 2018

    Flipping Wholesaling Real Estate DealsIn many cases, you’ll learn some of your most important lessons in real estate, not through your successful deals, but through the moments when you mess up. And trust me – we all mess up! Not just the newbies – even experienced investors blunder a few deals.

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    Four Tips To Renting A Property Without A Property Manager

    April 16th, 2018

    michiganturnkeyrentalOwning an investment real estate property can be a great investment option as it will help you to earn interim cash flow and long-term equity through value appreciation. In order to maximize your return on investment, it is very important that you are able to keep your property occupied. While many investment property owners choose to hire a property manager to lease the property, the leasing commissions can be very expensive and can cut into cash flow. Fortunately, there are four tips that you can follow to keep your property occupied without the use of a property manager. Read the rest of this entry “

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    Savvy Real Estate Investing: 3 Mistakes To Avoid In Rehab Flipping

    March 12th, 2018

    Investment Property Flip RehabWith property values on the rise nationwide, this is an excellent time to be in the real estate market. There are large numbers of distressed properties available with great potential for profit.

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    Should You Be Renting Your Investment Property On AirBNB?

    January 29th, 2018

    vrboairbnbTraditionally, those that have purchased investment real estate have done very well with their investments when rented out for cashflow. While property values and rental rates continue to rise, there are now other ways to make money with your property. One great option to consider would be to use your investment property and rent it out on AirBNB. Read the rest of this entry “

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    Quickly Estimate a Property’s Value Potential

    January 3rd, 2018

    investment-home-nashville-tnWhen making investment decisions in the ever-evolving world of real estate, there is much to be considered. Common pitfalls must be avoided to ensure a successful investment. One of the mistakes that property owners and investors often make is over-investing in their property. Initially it seems reasonable to expect that investing money into additions and upgrades to your property will make it more marketable and yield a considerable profit, but this is not always the case. If you are looking at purchasing a property to renovate, re-sell, or convert to a rental, it is important to know up front just how much value you can truly add to the home without inadvertently taking a loss. Read the rest of this entry “

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    Six Keys When Searching for a Hard Money Lender

    December 5th, 2017

    11-04-14 - hard moneyYou’ve found the perfect distressed property to fix and flip. You’ve done your due diligence. The price is right. The rehab is doable and can be done on a timely basis. The profit is just waiting for you.

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    3 Hidden Issues Found In Distressed Property For Purchase

    November 9th, 2017

    distressedpropertyNJIf you’ve ever bought a distressed property or really any property for that matter, you probably already know the obvious signs of costly repairs. Sloping floors, water damage in ceilings and old electrical panels are all easy to see problems that might mean big money to fix.

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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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