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WHAT IS CREATIVE REAL ESTATE?
Wikipedia defines the term as: “Creative real estate investing is a term used to describe non-traditional methods of buying and selling real estate.”
My definition of the related term, Creative Financing is: “Any financing negotiated by the parties in the transaction not involving a third party lender, or making a non-cash down payment.”
The traditional method of buying or selling real estate is a cash payment to the Seller in return for title to the property. In some cases this means that a Buyer simply pays cash for the property, but most often it involves the Buyer making a cash down payment and borrowing the balance of the purchase price from a bank or other financial institution.
A Creative Real Estate transaction may involve some institutional financing, but it will also involve one or more of the following techniques which I call the Five Pillars of Creative Real Estate:
There are many subcategories within these Five Pillars and when techniques from two or more categories are used, there is virtually no limit to the ways of structuring a Creative Real Estate transaction.
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