In the end, financing a business acquisition requires careful planning and analysis of all your options. SBA loans are a good place to start, but you should expect a lengthy process of document collection and lender review that can last up to days or more. It can give you the flexibility and funds you need within a few weeks. When he is not helping small businesses, he spends his time teaching his five kids how to become entrepreneurs. The business is guest ranch currently in business but not being actively marketed as the owners want to retire.
There are several other guest ranches in the area and all stay fairly well booked all year with tourists. We three partners are working on a business plan, are all female, and one partner currently has a trail-riding business on site that is making a tidy profit.
None of us have the savings required for a down payment. Do you have any advice for us? For one thing, most lenders want to see 3 years of tax returns showing business revenue to lend that much against an operating business. Because of your lack of savings for a down payment, one thing that you may want to consider is working with the property owners to purchase using short-term seller financing.
This would allow the current property owners to start earning some retirement revenue from the sale of the property while also allowing you the opportunity to get the business going and reestablish current financials. Then, after years, you may be able to put long-term financing in place with a traditional bank or SBA loan. For more information, be sure to check out our Ultimate Guide to Owner Financing here: I have hotel general management experience but currently a business teacher and college professor.
I was looking for ways to finance this venture but running out of options. The purchase would be for both the business and acreage of land the camp sits on. My credit is , I have about 20K in savings but make around 80K a year salary between all teaching jobs. I have equity in my home but only about K with K to payoff. Where should I start as I would like to evaluate whether or not I could get loans for this opportunity?
This is something that Guidant can help you with if you have retirement assets to use in the process. One option that may work for you would be to work with the business owner to set up short-term financing. That would allow the owners to start earning a little income to fund their retirement from the sale of the business, while also letting you gain experience running the business and perhaps building additional liquid savings. Then, after a year owner-financing term, you may be able to put long-term financing in place with the owners or refinance using an SBA loan or another financing tool.
For more information, be sure to check out our ultimate guide to Seller Financing here: My partner has k in his k. Between the 2 of us, we have about 40 yrs of experience in the industry. We dont have any colatteral. What are our chances in getting an SBA loan? Seller financing is off the table.
Using a provider like Guidant https: Hi, I want to purchase a small franchise for , My credit score is and I got 60, in my savings account. Ive been running a family business for 4 years so have business experience and would like to move on into my own business with the money I have saved up. Does it sound possible to obtain a business loan? Will my age affect anything? Based upon our research, the general demographics for buying a franchise include:. These demographics are averages coming from the International Franchise Association IFA and do not necessarily eliminate you from qualification.
For more details, see our article, How to Buy a Franchise in 8 Steps. I have been working as one in NJ for 40 years. I could use a little advise here. Thank you from John. In our guide, we show you the four steps it takes to apply for an SBA loan. Finding an SBA lender who is familiar with lending to funeral homes might also be beneficial. One of the lenders on the list is Live Oak Banking Company , who has experience with funeral home lending.
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Seller Financing Learn More. Yes, I answer emails all the time. Prices now much higher than can be rented for so I been attacking my mortgages and investing back into houses to increase rents. Hi Mark, I first found out about you when looking for a rental income book on Amazon.
I signed for your newsletter and read almost daily your post and emails. What stands out to me the most is your sincere, practical and candid approach. Thank you for being you. Interesting read, was wondering if you could share some cities that have good rental potential.
Purchase price vs projected rent? About how much cash one needs to start a successful career in real estate business as you did? It will be really helpful to know from where to start to have such goals. Your articles are extremely motivating!
It depends on what you want to do, flip, rent, be an agent. It also depends on how hard you work and what sacrifices you make. Are all your rentals in same area? Do you give it for property management or manage by yourself? How do you manage these many properties?
What if job market goes down and not many people to rent? Your payments will be higher? I am hearing now the prices gone up above a threshold that its very difficult to get positive cash flow in rental market. Do you recommend websites likes roofstock or Homeunion?
My rentals are all in the same area I use a property manager My rents are much higher than my payments and I can stand a drop in rents That is true in some area, but in others you can still cash flow. But you also add risk having all the units in one building and you may get a lower quality of tenant in apartments as opposed to houses. Interesting lay out, its good to have a plan. I finance on 15 year amm. I have no desire to live a high life, no heed for an expensive sports car knock intended as your Lambo could pay off several rentals of mine, and I can rent one if I really want to dive on for a weekend.
But again we are free to choose out lifestyle, from my view expensive things prolong the time needed to build the empire.
I hope you can get there, and I agree, rehabbing rentals takes a ton of money, I say its like a water truck of money backing up to the place you just purchased, you open the valve wide open at the beginning, and then refill with a trickle from the hose, but it never stops.
Yes, I was not planning on housing prices doubling, which made it almost impossible to cash flow anymore. I have looked at other markets, but mostly been focusing on flipping and buying commercial properties now. We are all different and I learned a long time ago to go after what makes me happy, not what others say should make me happy. I love cars and have no regrets about buying them, especially after the Lambo doubled in value after I bought it.
Thank you for your advice previously. Multifamily is more expensive in my area compared to single family rentals based on the rent to value. Multifamily is crazy overpriced because of big investors paying cash for them and not caring as much about the return. I hear this is happening all over the country.
I also like the diversification of having different properties in different locations than one property. If something happens to that unit property meth lab, flood, etc I lose all my income. I also think the tenants are higher quality in single family, they are less expenses tenants pay more bills , and they take less cash for the initial investment. I currently own 4 properties in Toronto Canada. It is very difficult to find banks that will lend to you for more than 4 properties.
Also with the additional liabilities, it makes it difficult to get approved for the next mortgage. Any ideas on how to get around this? How were you able to get mortgages for that many properties? My problem is, I have so many goals I want to accomplish. Hire family members and friends that I know will work and not screw me over. Anywho, by the age of 25 I want to have at least grand saved.
It needs work like the windows are boarded up, probably molded up. I can flip houses like that as well or rent them out. My goal is to have 1, houses by the time I hit Sorry my comment is all over the place, I can say so much about my future plans on investing in everything. So, over 1 million dollars a year pretty much. I just want to have all my properties paid off in my 60s. The more houses you get, the more income you bring in.
I want to have apartment buildings as well.. That number is a wild guess, I hope to have more. Nice article man, really helped me out a lot and opened my eyes. I appreciate you coming back an updating some of your changes and findings.
I will definitely be following your progress and growth Mark. I have a website for my real estate team fergusongreeley. I would jump right in. Hi Mark, this is a great blog and most importantly it reassures me on my plan. I have 11 rental properties and my plan was to have 50 properties in the next 5 years, however after reading this I too feel like I would be selling myself short or even worse taking the easy road.
So I will have to reset my goals to a properties in 10 years. I will be 44 at that time. I have my plan laid out on a spreadsheet and after showing it to 2 friends they got started by buying triplexes. You are right in this blog. My fiance has a similar but condensed version of your plan. I am hesitant to have him purchase an investment property BEFORE purchasing our own single family dream home but he says it shows income to banks with tenants already renting these properties upon purchase.
He owns our house now which is a multi- and we live in one of the houses. The rental market he is interested in is growing rapidly. Thanks for your feedback!
I purchased 3 properties in and in the Houston area in Texas. Meaning, I want to skip the mortgage, lending process and straight up use my net income from my business to start investing in rental property? I just wanted to add that you inspired me to take night classes to become a residential real estate agent, I just enrolled in my local community college to do just that.
I think you will make much more money using loans than cash. But, it is all about knowing how to get great deals with cash flow. Hi Mark we owned 4 investment properties but then hit a wall with servicing. One was great capital gross but rubbish yield and the other 2 were pretty average. I have since sold the 3 lemons and have kept the good one. I have some good cash set aside to do my trading but I know its the hold properties that will make weather not the quick flips.
Can you offer some advice for next steps. I would focus on finding awesome deals that cash flow. If that is not possible, maybe look at other markets?
Hi Mark, your plan is so inspiring! I do this kind of planing I thought I am the only one slightly crazy like this lol! But I have not implemented it and have only 4 properties, the total of about 1. This inspires me to work harder and accomplish more. I need to study your plan carefully and see what I learn.
Good job and keep going at it! Hi Mark, this is a great story and congratulations on your success! I am just starting in real estate investing and I am in my late 20s. I bought my house about 2 years ago and I just purchased my first rental here in Chicago last month. I plan to continue investing in real estate and acquire more rentals, but how can someone buy more than even 3 properties a year with an average annual income of 90K for instance? How do you find lenders willing to finance for all those deals you mentioned, and how do you hedge against the risk of possible delinquent tenants while you still have to make your debt obligations?
I would truly apprecaite any adivce you have for a new real estate investor. I have gathered all of my savings and money together for use in investment properties and I plan to do exactly as you have done. From your expertise, what is the BEST way for me to start today. I am set on the idea and will use the snowball method to make payments. How many properties should I start with, what kind of mortgage should I use, how much should I leave in reserve, etc?
If you could help me that would be much appreciated. I have been searching for an expert in the subject, but have no found anyone that would take an 18 year old seriously. I look forward to your response and I thank you very much in advance for your help. Also, if possible, it would be great if you could contact me by email: Thanks for a great Article!!
Tell me what is the very furst thing to do to own rental properties in 10 years? Nobody making k should driver that car.. If you want anybody with a brain to take you seriously, hide that thing!!
Hi Stephen, Thank you. I think too many people have that attitude and it hurts them and their ability to reach high levels of success. Why does it bother you that someone else has that car? I learned a long time ago not to hide what I want in life or what makes me happy.
I also learned not to let other people determine what I like or dislike. FYI, people love the car and talk to me all about it. It has been incredible for business. And it was an incredible motivator. I have no idea where you got the k number, but I agree people who make k probably should not buy a Lambo in most cases. So, I learned quiet a bit growing up. I have recently started my own collection here in East Texas, with about 7 houses.
My plan is similar to yours, borrowing against one to buy another and so forth. I would love to find a lender around here who will finance 10 or more at a time! Just like you, I want more than enough money to give to those who are less fortunate. My only question is; are you a Christian? I am for sure! I just wonder if you are, do you give credit to our Savior for your blessings? I am going to purchase your book for sure!
Do you buy and own the properties in your personal name or in a business name? I am not sure how that works, if I buy it and then transfer it to an LLC so that I am not personally held liable. What do you think?
It depends on a lot like your lender, state costs and more. Who is lending to you? Portfolio lenders and national rental lenders have many programs available. When you buy with great cash fow it helps your debt to income ration as well.
How do you manage rentals? Collecting the payments each month and dealing with tenant issues as well as unforseen property expenses?
I imagine you can manage a smaller number of rentals without help but a large number like must be very time consuming?
Do you use a property management company? So how to you determine which are better fix and flip opportunities and which should become rentals with long term cash flow? I use to think that owning a lot of rentals was a lofty goal. Each time I met someone who owned a lot more rentals than me, I would secretly feel like they were ahead of me and that I needed to work harder.
I started buying rentals in full time after the economy crashed. In the group we create a vision for our life and try to live debt free. I am now in the process or rebuilding my business so that I have no debt and will sell half of my rentals so that I only have properties that are mortgage free.
The book lifeonaire is available, I have a coach as part of this group and am really making some positive changes. The biggest challenge besides vacancies is that it is very hard to control your expenses with rentals.
Anyway, thanks for listening. Everyone has different goals. For some it is being debt free. For me it is building as fast as possible. My goal is BIG too and I will buy rentals and build and hold and sell four plexus.
I am just starting so not sure how many or how fast yet but will keep you up to date. Guys — this is amazing. I have big goals in real estate but need some guidance on how to get lenders to lend. Hello I would really like to connect with you to discuss some ideas. We both have the same goals and I also follow and study law of attraction. I currently have 57 rental properties. Please contact me so we can share ideas thanks! I have not yet finished reading. I am very much interested in real estate.
I want to become a investor. Your idea buying and keeping the property is very nice. I am living in India and working as a geologist in kuwait. I want to become a real estate investor.
I already started investing from this year in my nearby area of city. I brought 2 plots in different locations. I am going to contruct a house on 1 plot after that I will sell it. Actuly my father is bricks manufacturer he told me to construct house and then sell it. But after reading your article I am thinking that I can give it on rent.
So that I can get continues income. If will buy 10 properties in 3 year that also good for me…. Please give me some idea so that I can achieve my goal..
Dinesh Digambar Gadpal India My email: Unbelievable story and goals. I am very impressed and will certainly be looking around your site for more details! My comment comes a while after this your article was posted, but i just wanted to thank you for the encouragement that this has given me.
After reading your article i have now set our goals to be similar to yours, but a little smaller. Hi Keith, thank you for the comment! It is a totally different market in cali that is fr sure. I am not comfortable with out-of-state investing too. Are you accounting for HOA fees? Are you paying cash or getting a loan? Do they need repairs? My Goal is 50 rental houses but here in California in the central valley areas. I have 10 now 40 more to go and looking to accomplish by also.
But no matter I will still go forward and face this challenge because I know opportunities and creativity will always there. Hi Vincent, Thanks for the comment. Keep searching and hopefully you will find one. Sometimes it takes developing a relationship with one as well before they giev you the really good terms. What is the reasoning behind paying down the mortgage on some properties but then refinancing others? Hi Cody, I have stopped paying off mortgages for now.
Before I would refinance houses that had the most equity, which would push out the loan ARM term. I would pay off the houses with the lowest loan balance. In essence I would benefit because the loan term on the refinances would be longer and I could take cash out.
The loan balances would be zero on other loans when I paid them off. If I had just saved cash flow and not refinanced, the loans could mature sooner and rates go up on the properties I would have refinanced. Cool article, I thoroughly enjoyed it and I thank you for all the great free content. I will be buying my first rental property this year.
I am planning to use cash for the purchase, are there any benefits to that? I prefer to use loans and I discuss why here. Hello Mark, great plan and goal, wish you all the best, right now I have 10 rentals and I reached my limit from DTI ratio and from a residential loan limit, how do we keep going?
A portfolio lender or one of the big finance funds. My goal since moving to Milwaukee WI is to own 40 rentals. Still do not know how I will achieve it but 40 has been my goal, I am up to 4 now. Thanks for the article. BTW, I get at least 3 great turn key properties a month that I consider excellent deals, just ran out of capital to purchase them all under 30K. Mark — great article. I own 17 SF homes in the Chicago area and would like to grow it to as well!
I usually have a 60 percent or lower loan to value on them when i am done. Your plan is very interesting and very inspiring. Through reading your plan I understand how you are paying off mortgages and getting more money for new investments but what are you living off of?
Raising kids is expensive and I am just curious what you are using to fund your family? Do you still hold a job outside of this, or is it just more frugal living off money taken in from rent? I appreciate you writing the article as it has answered many questions that I have held for a long time. I have a real estate team that sells houses and I flip houses as well. I definitely live off more than the rental income.
Thank for you your encouraging articles. I just finished reading another one of your about good debt vs bad debt. In this article you say that you can use your cash flow to pay off other homes early. Can you elaborate why you would to do that instead on using that money for down payments on more homes? Hi James, It all depends on your goals and how many properties you want to buy. Also depends on how easily you can get loans on many properties.
I am very excited for you! I got into the real estate market after one random conversation with my friend back in I now own 13 units. I am only 26 and i feel like this has changed my life entirely.
Yes at times it drives me crazy and some tenants make you want to run for the hills at times, but thinking long term when they are paid off, that makes it all worth it.
The process is hard but it is doable. I never really had anyone guide me but I have learned quite a few things and I still love to learn and hear from people who have done this at a greater scale. I have done a few with hard money loan and then helocs but even that is getting a bit hard. Being in South Florida, the market here is getting hot again and prices are going up fast. I am currently trying to put some into a blanket loan. If you know someone or anyone here does that you recommend that would be great.
I feel like I have all of this equity tied to the houses but my cards are used for the repairs that were done on them. I would like to continue buying more and one day too reach ! Finally, what do you recommend for a property management company. I can take it now but at times it gets crazy and I know eventually it will be unmanageable for one person.
Here is a great article on property managers. Happy for your success. I would like to talk to you about reducing your Building Material costs on your rehabs for your rentals and your flips.
My problem is that I cannot find financing to continue adding to my portfolio. Also I believe my areas property values are starting to decrease. Detroit for example what would you do in my predicament? Is cash flow decreasing? If the entire areas future looks dim, maybe selling is an option.
Thought I was the only one thinking big , want to buy rental properties at a specific period of time. If The Lord tarry I will get there. Realtor and Financial advisor. I felt it was written by me: Word by word it matches exactly my view on RE investments, financing, the aggressive goal or units even the timeline when you started investing in RE and how many properties you currently own and also the dollar amount that you are making through these rentals.
I wonder a lot of people like us started out in that time frame when the world was falling apart. Its becoming extremely hard to find those kind of bargains and my only concern is staying focused and avoiding value traps in order to have a aggressive but sustainable growth. I have seen way too many people who started out good and then let go off their principles in order to grow faster and did not realize how investment environment around them changed.
On a constructive note, I see a lot of people who commented here are investors and therefor I would propose to create some sort of group where we can all discuss our experiences, resources and how the RE market is doing around the country.
Let me know if anyone interested. Hi RK, thank you! It is tougher for me to find deals as well. I can pay more because of rising values and rents, but I am still sticking to my guidelines.
I have the forum on the site, but it is not used much. I would love to get that going. I like your attitude and have no doubt you will reach your goal. My husband and I have had 52 rental units at a time but have owned many more.
We had rentals for 25 years. Also, some pitfalls to avoid. Mark, I want to be very clear on this please. I have not used a portfolio lender as of yet. I understand their rules are different and this is the only way i could do this transaction.
Hard money purchase—Portfolio lender refi correct? Thanks again for you insights. I would talk to a new lender. From what the hard money lender told me he says he personally did this up to ten mortgages, after that he could not he refinanced with a traditional loan using Fannie Guidelines. My portfolio lender would not do this because they require seasoning of a year. A Fannie Mae refi does not. This is a pretty advanced strategy and I doubt your lender has ever heard of it.
A person might have to get a commercial blanket loan on the 10 properties and a higher interest rate then they could start financing rentals again once the 10 loans are paid off. They will just show as one commercial loan and conventional lenders are ok with that. Have you ever thought of investing out of state where you can get higher returns?
I am having similar problems. I am exploring options with a commercial blanket loan on my personal rental portfolio 10 SFR. I have 4 properties with mortgages, the rest are free and clear. Having 4 mortgages on investment properties prohibits me from purchasing All Cash and doing a full cash our refinance based on the new appraised value.
I can of course, purchase up to 10 , 6 more with a min. Neither one of these scenarios really helps in my market. The last 4 investment purchases went like this; 1. Purchased all cash 2. Clean up make rental market ready and acquire new tenants with lease. If I consolidate my portfolio with say 1st Key I will have 1 new loan at appox 5. This will open me up now on 4 more full cash out refinances, since my portfolio will now be out of my personal name or come up as a commercial.
The major problem is the market I am in. The upside is the value of my portfolio is very high, the down side is, I will continually need large amounts of money to make moves, and this is the problem I am having.. Mark, I am blown away with you home goal.
I am very impressed and intrigued! I am feeling though, it will be very difficult if not impossible to achieve this type of goal in my market, without me making substantial income to keep purchasing or blindly investing in out of state where I know nothing.. I have TONS of equity! I have TONS of positive cash flow!
But I am sort of stuck at the moment. They may be able to provide a blankey loan and free up much of that equity. Those taxes are crazy!
I would also look into buying with hard money and then refinancing. I have 2 great relationships with hard money lenders. Or will only be able to satisfy the existing hard money loan? I love these types of acquistions as I am purchasing well below market value, have the ablilty to rehab cheaply and quickly and although the taxes are high, the rent rolls are equally high.
Hi LEO, Correct you could only refinance the current loan amount, nothing more. Some hard money lenders will lend on repairs made as well as purchase price. I have never done this, but a hard money lender told me they do it all the time. Appriasal after purchase comes in at k. My jaw nearly fell to the floor when I read your article.
I feel somewhat alone in my run to financial freedom. My story is one made for Hollywood. Your plan is exactly to the frigging letter what my plan is. ONLY I take it to another level. Also, about thinking positive?! I am applying a strategy from the magic of thinking big book whereby I have a simple stylish enough of course bracelet that I put on my right wrist. The moment anything negative comes out of my mouth I must change it and put it on my right wrist. I must continue this until I can go 21 straight days without uttering anything negative about anyone, anything, absolutely anything deemed a negative comment.
I am moving mountains with my mind. My thinking is clear. I filter all the information I take in. I am more active I walk between 7 — 10 km daily. I am putting the final touches on my plan of action. There needs to be a plan of action in place — a sound one I might add. But thank you infinitely for your words of wisdom — for such a young person. Thank you for the message Daniel! That is awesome you have made a transformation.
I will see news on the tv once in a while and I have to turn it off, because it is all so negative. Sounds like you are on an awesome path! I will mention that this property goal is not the end or my biggest goal it is only part of the big picture. I am constantly changing and adding new goals. I am guessing you did not see the recent Facebook post, but this gives you an idea of what I have been up to.
Would you share with me on how you started a management company. I would like to do the same. Where are you located? I have 9 people on my team and I used a couple that are not completely busy to start talking to tenants and renting homes. It worked good for me because they are already in the real estate field. You could always hire a Property manager as well. Hey Mark, Chris from NC here.
I came across your site as I am interested in real estate and I truly enjoy reading your posts. I commend you for showing people what you are doing and how you are actually doing it. It puts things into a manageable perspective and shows people how someone can do what they want if they put the work in and focus. I too am a big believer in positive thinking and setting enormous goals.
Your goal of owning rental properties is one of the major factors why I have subscribed as I want to see you succeed in achieving this monumental task.
I have no doubt that you will succeed as it appears you have the right attitude and work ethic. Les Brown once said they he believes that the reason most people fail in life is not that they aim too high and miss, but that they aim too low and hit. I firmly believe that and it appears with the size of your goal that you believe that as well.
Also thank you for the informational tidbits on real estate investing aside from your goal. I own 0 but today I made a goal to buy my first income property in 6 months.
Going to learn as much as I can starting now! Im in Ontario Canada by the way. Good luck with your pursuit. I have acquired 19 properties in 28 years. Plus, equity in 9 real estate partnerships with apartments, strip malls, commercial property, storage lots and parking lots. Have made many contacts leading to equity in equipment leasing, property management, vending machines, record storage, Christmas tree farm, dried food and plastic bag businesses.
The best part, after years of trial and error and working hard and getting smart in the pursuit of building my little empire, I now have the freedom that plenty of cash flow provides. Hey Mark, thanks for posting. I started off purchasing my home and have it paid for. A good elderly friend of mine bought a rental property in and found a great renter.
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