Loans are made strictly to LLC's, Corporations or Land Trusts with a personal guarantee.
Monthly interest only first mortgages.
65% post renovation LTV.
One year term.
If you don't already have your next property selected let David Dweck show you his DweckDeals.com private inventory of investment homes or work together at RealProfessionalRealEstate.com to help find a property that meets your investment criteria.
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"I am happy to say that all my properties are rented with long term tenants and positive cash flow, over $10,000 monthly gross income. Because my properties are self-managed I am netting almost $5000 per month, after mortgage, insurance and taxes. Combining my rental income with real estate commissions, I have almost completely replaced my full-time engineering salary within the past 2 years!"
— John Chenoweth
65% LTV after repaired value.
Only Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.
One year term with payments secured by a first mortgage.
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David Dweck is based in South Florida, and is an active real estate investor and a licensed Realtor. His company, Private Equity Funding specializes in private loans for real estate investors. He has bought, sold, renovated, consulted and brokered over 2,000 transactions. He has also participated in numerous commercial transactions. In 1994, he founded the Boca Real Estate Investment Club. As founder and president, he has built the organization into one of the most respected real estate investor associations in the United States.
He has spoken on a local and national level on real estate investing and has been quoted and written about in local and national media including CNBC, Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Bankrate.com, Investors Business Daily, Fortune Magazine and The Today Show.
He is on the Board of Directors of Frank McKinney’s Caring House Project Foundation. He is passionate about travel, basketball, Muscle Cars and music. Originally from New York, he graduated from the University of Miami, and has called South Florida home since then.