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Janay Wynn, Both Buyer and Seller in Georgia

Want to start a Hard Money/Private Lending Business

Asked by Janay Wynn, Georgia Sun May 19, 2013

I want to start a hard money/private lending business for Real Estate and business lending here in Georgia, Florida, Texas, and California. I am in business school and very young, so I do not have the financing but would like to know how the industry works to get business running. Any suggestions.

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Bruce Ailion’s answer
Janay, The best place to start is to work with an established firm for a period of time get a feel for the business. This is a difficult and high risk business. The regulatory issues are complex and getting more complex every day. Send me you e-mail. A young, rapidly growing hard money lender that I admire has been posting employment advertisement over the last quarter. Send me you e-mail and I'll provide contact info.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon May 20, 2013
Most real estate agents would not be able to answer your question. I have worked with investors for years, and it is very easy to spot a new agent trying to get a footing in this industry. There are many books available to help you understand that beginning stages of this industry. My suggestion is to start their, learn the lingo, and try and find someone else that might be working to get started. There are already a lot of people starting to get a grip on this "new" cycle for Private Lending in real estate. So, I believe it would behoove you to find a niche that would be a strong hold for your business, (otherwise, you might be a small fish in a big pond).

Thank you for your question,

Marc White
Broker/Owner, Cash Realty
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun May 19, 2013
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