Financing Your Real Estate Investments (Wealth Builder 2) - Kyle Green
It’s time for episode 2 of our Wealth-Builder Series! For the growth-minded contractor investing in real estate is an obvious, lucrative, and fun place to put their hard-earned profits.
It’s time for episode 2 of our Wealth-Builder Series!
For the growth-minded contractor investing in real estate is an obvious, lucrative, and fun place to put their hard-earned profits.
Making money in trades and construction and investing said money into real estate of some shape or form seem to go together like peanut butter and jam.
This makes sense… You already have the skills, the tools, the know-how, and the contacts to elbow grease your way to wealth.
One of the core components to success here is financing – most real estate transactions involve a lender in some capacity, but getting continuous financing isn’t always easy, especially as an entrepreneur. To have a long and successful career as a real estate investor, you need to “be lendable” – and this is a skill worth learning.
Kyle Green is the founder of the Green Mortgage Team and is our guest on the show today.
Throughout his career, he has funded over a billion dollars in mortgages, almost entirely to entrepreneurs.
In today’s conversation with Kyle, we talk about:
- How entrepreneurs can find the balance between being tax efficient with what you pull out of your business while still remaining lendable in the eyes of a bank
- The most common ways contractors majorly screw it up with real estate
- And lastly, we talk about how rising interest rates are changing the investment landscape and what you can do about it