Self-directed IRAs give owners complete control over their retirement funds and investing decisions. These plans can use alternative investments like real estate and private equity to create diversity and build retirement wealth.
A bridge loan’s major draw comes in its lack of structure. While agency lenders will typically only approve stabilized assets, bridge lenders make their money on value-added projects that sit in the pre-stabilization phase. If an investor has a strong strategy to increase revenues on an asset, they have an opportunity to produce outsized returns. The bridge loan was created for these types of investors.
Bridge loans also have a quick closing process because they are based on the value of property rather than the income a property generates. Thus, no need for heavy analysis and the grueling time that goes with it. Additionally, bridge loans offer higher leverage points, decreasing the amount of equity needed to close, and increasing equity multiples created from appreciation. Finally, like agency loans, bridge loans are non-recourse, so investors do not have to risk personal assets.
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