Lending Options for Rental Properties

When it comes to lending for real estate investing, a lot has changed in recent years. We’ve seen huge changes in legislation after the 2008 housing crash, and this year interest rates increased on a consistent basis.

Today’s guest, David Orloff, is the CFO at American Heritage Lending. He’s here to share his insights into lending options for real estate investors. We’re talking about refinancing, interest rates, leveraging, new construction rentals, and so much more. David has so much wisdom to share; you won’t want to miss this video!

David’s website: https://www.yourbridgelender.com/podcast-landing-page

David Orloff on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-orloff-2ab93377/

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