Four Real Estate Financing Puzzles Solved For Real Estate Investors In White Paper Just Released By Lexis Global Marketing LLC

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Real Estate Investor financing is more complicated than obtaining loans for real estate investment by owner occupants and one even one missing piece of the puzzle can mean losing out on a potentially profitable deal. Such missing pieces as a free proof of funds letter, transactional funding for the close and short-term real estate financing are often available, however, and tips on where to obtain them are given in today’s just released White Paper, “Four Real Estate Financing Puzzles Solved”, issued by Lexis Global Marketing.

Without a valid Proof of Funds Letter, many institutions aren't even allowed to accept a bid on a property.

When it comes to being a successful Real Estate Investor, all the training of how to find and recognize potential good deals, negotiate with the seller, organize the repairs and final lease or sale of the property is for naught if one of the pieces of the financing puzzle are missing, but the solutions are now available in Lexis Global Marketing's just released white paper, "Four Real Estate Financing Puzzles Solved".

Lexis Global Marketing LLC’s David Amos identifies these crucial puzzle pieces as a valid Proof of Funds Letter, often required when making an initial offer, Transactional Funding, needed on closing day and, finally, Short-Term Financing to give the real estate investor enough funds to take over the property until ready to sell or obtain longer-term financing.

According to Amos:

“Nothing is more frustrating for the real estate investor than finding a suitable property to invest in, only to be cut short of the deal by missing one of these key financial ‘puzzle pieces'.

“Without a valid Proof of Funds Letter, many institutions aren’t even allowed to accept a bid on a property.

“Secondly, without secured funding from a short-term lender, the investor may not have enough cash on hand to purchase and renovate a property to the point of leasing it out or selling for a profit.

“Third, in some instances the investor has already located a buyer but, as the purchase contract is made out and can’t be assigned, Transactional Funds are needed for 24 to 72 hours to actually purchase the property to then re-sell to the Buyer.

“Also, a fourth and possibly most crucial piece of the financial puzzle, it may even be possible to acquire control of the property with no personal funds out of pocket whatsoever, and if the Real Estate Investor isn't aware of those methods, he could be losing out.

“All these issues and tips for solving them are addressed in our White Paper,“Four Real Estate Financing Puzzles Solved” at and we hope that knowledge will prove valuable to real estate investors.”


Lexis Global Marketing LLC (LGM) works with clients to develop and implement their marketing programs and strategies, domestically and internationally to include clients with services in the Real Estate Investor category.


David Amos
Lexis Global Marketing LLC.
Tel 1-336-817-7376
Email: damos(at)
Address: 931-B South Main St., Suite 154
Kernersville NC USA 27284

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