6 Ways to Finance Real Estate Investments

March 4, 2020

Financing options for real estate investors fall into several different buckets. They range from various types of investment property mortgages to hard-money lending and portfolio loans. You can even turn to peer-to-peer lending platforms or crowdfunding to get the money you need. Investors just getting started may have fewer choices available. But as your portfolio grows, more options open up. This could make it easier to meet the needs of specific fix-and-flip or rental investments. There are more ways to finance real estate investments today than ever before. You have different financing options depending on the:

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F.C. Tucker Company, Inc.

Judgment, Courage, Patience and Vision. These words appear on a plaque in the Executive offices of F.C. Tucker Company, Inc. under a likeness of the firm's founder, the late Frederick C. Tucker, Sr. The words not only describe the founder's attributes, but they also serve as continued reminders of our Company beliefs. We have a long history. Started in Indianapolis 90 years ago, Tucker has 35 affiliate offices in Indiana and Kentucky, in addition to its 15 Indianapolis-area offices. Less than one percent of all real estate firms in America enjoy a continuing history as long as F.C. Tucker Company, Inc.

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F.C. Tucker Company, Inc.

Judgment, Courage, Patience and Vision. These words appear on a plaque in the Executive offices of F.C. Tucker Company, Inc. under a likeness of the firm's founder, the late Frederick C. Tucker, Sr. The words not only describe the founder's attributes, but they also serve as continued reminders of our Company beliefs. We have a long history. Started in Indianapolis 90 years ago, Tucker has 35 affiliate offices in Indiana and Kentucky, in addition to its 15 Indianapolis-area offices. Less than one percent of all real estate firms in America enjoy a continuing history as long as F.C. Tucker Company, Inc.

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