Who Uses Private Capital?

Private capital lending is an attractive way for individual and institutional investors to borrow money. It offers a more flexible and personalized approach to financing than bank loans. In addition, there are several economic sectors in which private capital borrowing is extremely prevalent. Our financial experts here at Titan Funding have put together responses to some of your most common queries about private capital lending and how it works.

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Understanding Secondary Residence Loans

Secondary residence loans aren’t the same as investment property loans, even though each loan finances a property that isn’t the owner’s primary residence. The lines between second homes and investment property blur when owners intend to rent out their second homes for part of the year, making an investment property loan a better option. Mortgages are either for secondary homes, investment property, or primary residences. Find out how secondary residences are funded and the options that best suit your unique needs.

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How to Buy a Multifamily Property With No Money

If becoming a residential real estate investor or being a landlord sounds like an exciting opportunity, then owning property is a must. For some people, buying a multifamily property is a lifelong dream. What those people may not realize is that their dream is a lot more attainable than they might think. You don’t have to be a billionaire to purchase the ideal multifamily property. In fact, if you know how to play your cards right, you can achieve your goals with little money in the bank, or even no money at all. Here are 6 strategies that might help.

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Rent or Buy? Buying One’s First Home May Be Cheaper Than Renting in Some Cities

There is no shortage of reports and news items mentioning several cities in the US where it is cheaper to buy a starter home than to rent; conversely, there are also cities where it is still considerably cheaper to rent than to buy. Some of the statistics are persuasive, due to massive rent increases in some areas over the last two years, particularly for smaller apartments. From a range of reports and news items dealing with this issue, a consensus indicates the following:

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Construction Loan vs. HELOC

When it comes to home-renovation projects, you might feel completely overwhelmed. Not only do you have to make dozens of decisions regarding the design aesthetic, but you also need to find the money to afford such a large project. Odds are, you don’t have thousands of dollars just sitting around, so you might need to secure financing for your home improvement project. Two of the most common ways to finance a home renovation include taking out a construction loan or a HELOC.

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Demand for New Homes Rises Fast as People Flock to the South and West

Reports from realtor groups, supported by statistics from van lines and moving companies, talk convincingly of people ‘flocking’ from large metropolitan areas – especially towards the West, the mountain states, the South-East, and Texas. The perception is that there has been a noticeable increase in domestic migration in the past two years, presumably related to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. But has there?

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