First Time Flippers

If you are a first-time flipper you can expect a mix of excitement, challenges, and learning experiences as you embark on your journey into real estate investing. Here's a sample of what you can expect: Initial Research and Education Before diving into flipping properties, first-time flippers should invest time in learning about the real estate market, and about the following: property valuation financing options renovation techniques and local regulations. Conducting thorough research and seeking advice from experienced investors or real estate professionals can help beginners build a solid foundation of knowledge and skills. Finding the Right ...

We have Expanded Our Portfolio!

It's easier to make great deals when you have the right tools! We are thrilled to share some exciting news with you—Cogo Capital has expanded our hard money loan options to better support your real estate investment dreams! At Cogo Capital, we understand the challenges and opportunities that real estate investors face every day. That's why we're constantly striving to enhance our offerings and provide you with the resources and flexibility you need to succeed in today's dynamic market. With our expanded portfolio of hard money loan options, you now have access to a wider range ...

How to Win a Bidding War

Cogo Capital's mission to provide capital to real estate investors not only facilitates profitable real estate transactions, but also empowers investors to compete effectively, even in a bidding war. By offering asset-based, hard-money lending, Cogo enables investors to move quickly and confidently, making competitive offers on properties without the constraints of traditional lending criteria. This flexibility can be a significant advantage in fast-paced real estate markets where securing financing swiftly can make the difference between winning and losing on a property. Ultimately, by supporting investors in their endeavors, Cogo Capital plays a crucial role in helping ...

Unlocking Opportunities: Hard Money Loans for Real Estate Investing with Less Than Perfect Credit

Hey there, folks! If you're anything like me, you've probably spent a fair amount of time pondering the ins and outs of real estate investing. Whether it's flipping houses or snatching up rental properties, the potential for significant financial gains is hard to ignore. But what about financing? One question that often comes up in real estate investing circles is whether you need a top-notch credit score to secure funding, especially when it comes to hard money loans. In this blog post, we're going to dive into the fascinating world of hard money loans and answer ...

By |2023-10-27T12:44:17-07:00October 27th, 2023|Borrowing, Getting Started, Private Money Lending|

How Do Hard Money Loans Work?

Discover how Cogo Capital provides specialized support for real estate investors through hard money loans. Our flexible lending approach accommodates a variety of financial situations, and we pride ourselves on thinking outside of the box. With quick and straightforward lending processes, we're committed to helping you succeed in your investment endeavors.

By |2023-07-21T08:53:43-07:00June 29th, 2023|Borrowing, Getting Started, Hard Money Lending|

Risks of Private Money

Discover how to reduce your investment risks with private money lending. In this blog post, Gary Meyers, Vice President of Cogo Capital, shares his insights on the potential risks of private money lending and how partnering with an experienced lender like Cogo Capital can help you make informed decisions. Learn how Cogo Capital can help you analyze property values and assess rehab costs to avoid overpricing and exceeding budgets. Click now to read more and mitigate your investment risks with Cogo Capital.

By |2023-03-06T12:47:31-08:00February 21st, 2023|Borrowing, Getting Started, Private Money Lending|

Requirements For Private Money

Hi, my name is Gary Myers, and I'm the Vice President of Cogo Capital, and I'm here to talk to you about how to get a loan and some requirements that may be needed. First, it's easy and simple. You reach out to the lender and talk to a loan officer. Once you get on the line with the loan officer, they're going to work the process with you. Understanding the Deal They will ask you questions about the purchase price, rehab cost, and values. They're even going to ask you about your credit score, possible ...