Private Money for Land Flipping with Quinn McArthur and Eric Scharaga

What's this episode all about?

Flipping vacant land is one of the most overlooked and misunderstood ways to make money in real estate. It’s also one of the best. However, one common problem land flippers experience is a lack of funds, which sometimes prevents them from snapping up deals. Sure, they can borrow from traditional banks, but they need to fill out a lot of paperwork and go through a tedious process, and there is no guarantee that their loan will be approved. That's where private money lenders come in. Lending money to land flippers is a profitable business model. Russ and Joey chat with Quinn McArthur and Eric Scharaga to give you more information about this opportunity.

Top 3 Things
You’ll Learn

  1. How to invest in land funding
  2. The most exciting thing about land funding
  3. What a typical land funding deal looks like


Quinn McArthur and Eric Scharaga

Quinn excels as an investor, leveraging his extensive background in finance and comprehensive real estate expertise as a commercial real estate developer and asset manager. Renowned for his mastery in land acquisitions and active involvement as a note investor, he passionately pursues his interests in faith, family, finance, and fitness. Eric is an expert in residential and commercial lending and default, including performing, non-performing, active bankruptcy, and vacant land. In 2020, Eric authored the book Lienlord, an introduction to the power of note investing. He is passionate about personal finance and enjoys introducing land investors to creative strategies for seller financing.

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