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MITM is proud to announce our partnership with LendingOne. MITM is now able to provide real estate investors with options and solutions that meet their needs. Are any of the real estate investment options pertinent to your current needs?
MITM chose LendingOne to partner with due to their mission to make the overall process of applying and receiving loans for real estate investors quicker and more reliable.
LendingOne is one of the country’s largest national direct private lenders. They are not a bank or a hard money lender, They are a national non-bank lender. LendingOne was founded in 2014, after the financial crisis, to help serve the unique needs of real estate investors. LendingOne is privately owned, backed by a family office, and has institutional capital partners.
LendingOne fund's all of their own loans 100% of their own capital and has funded over $2B in deals. They are 100% focused on investors and the unique needs that they have.
They are a specialized mortgage lender. LendingOne only lends to real estate investors and doesn’t provide any conventional loans like Quicken or Large Banks. LendingOne 100% focus on investors and the unique needs that they have.
LendingOne provides a streamlined, user-friendly online application making it faster and simpler for borrowers to receive funding to grow their real estate investment business. Their technology was created by real estate investors for real estate investors.
LendingOne provides lending in all States and District of Columbia except Alaska, Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Utah.
Do you have enough for retirement? Financial planners usually use the “25 Times Rule” to determine how much a portfolio should be worth for someone to safely retire. If you need $50,000 a year to live on when you retire, then, using the “25 Times Rule” you should have $1,250,000 in stocks, bonds, and mutual funds in order to retire. Then, at retirement, financial planners begin liquidating these assets using a “4-Percent Rule”, which simply means they liquidate 4 percent of the portfolio each year until it is down to zero after 25 years. If you retire at 65, you better hope you don’t live past 90 or you’ll be broke.
Compared to investors who rely on the stock market to accumulate assets for their retirement, real estate investments take a different approach. If you accumulate $2,800,000 in income-producing real estate it will pay $50,000 a year in income and continue to appreciate in value over the years, not only covering you indefinitely but also leaving you something to pass on to your children.
Here’s the interesting part, it only takes $700,000 in investment capital to accumulate $2,800,000 in real estate assets. By comparison, it takes about $900,000 in stock investments to achieve a $50,000 per year annual income, assuming that during 30 years of investing both types of investments yield a 4 percent return.
Real Estate has many advantages over investing in stocks, bonds, or mutual funds. Real estate offers predictable cash flow; it appreciates in value, thus keeping up with inflation; it provides a higher return because of positive leverage, and it offers equity growth through debt reduction. During retirement, real estate is a self-sustaining asset while stocks are a self-liquidating asset. Which would you prefer, a self-sustaining asset or a self-liquidating asset?
Ten reasons to invest in real estate:
There is one final advantage to a real estate investment and that it is understandable an easy for most everyone. It’s easy to purchase, it’s easy to finance and there are no insurmountable financial barriers to enter. It’s easy for most investors to improve their properties and it’s easy to use the tax advantages. While Wall Street is becoming more and more of a mystery and becoming the game of financiers, real estate investing is looking better and better for average Americans.
The MITM Membership plan is the perfect fit for someone who is not in need of a full package consultation. This comprehensive $100 a month service allows for anyone who may be in need of a dedicated MITM business consultant to help identify your business goals and consistently work with you to achieve them. Our consultants are very diverse and each one brings years of experience and most importantly the proper licenses to the table; whether that is questions around: Personal finances, Business finances, Taxes, Estate Planning, Lending, Investing, and even Residential or Commercial Real Estate