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Scott Dillingham

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I have been investing and lending to real estate investors for nearly 10 years now. After thousands of successful deals between flips, rent to owns, student properties and commercial assets I have developed a deep knowledge of real estate investments and have a passion of sharing this information with the world! If your looking for a lender who specializes in rental property financing you're going to want to connect with me at team@lendcity.ca.

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What to Expect When Dealing with Tenant Rental Damage

There are few things more frustrating than inspecting a rental unit following a tenant move-out, only to find the home completely trashed. Some units may have holes punched through doors and walls, while others may…

Investing in Warehousing

Commercial and industrial real estate markets are changing. As e-commerce continues to take up larger slices of consumer spending, the need for spaces like storefronts is declining. But this means other types of real estate…

The Who, What, When, Where and Why of Investing

If you’re new to the real estate investing game, you may think your sole objective is to find properties with the biggest possible rates of return. Unfortunately, making investment decisions driven exclusively by financial factors…

How to Affordably (Not Cheaply) Furnish Executive Rentals

Furnishing and decorating your rental apartment can add significant value to your unit, enabling more lucrative lease structures. Case-in-point: Executive Rentals. Furnished executive rentals are often rented out on one or three-month leases, and are…

5 Ways to Get Your Tenants to Pay on Time, Every Time!

Recovering rental payments is a perennial struggle for landlords. No matter how stringent your screening process is, you’re still likely to end up with at least one tenant who struggles to pay their rent on…

Investing in Forestry

Investors tend to center their capital on traditional investment types: Stocks, bonds, residential real estate and, occasionally, commercial or industrial real estate. Acquiring a good mixture of these investment classes helps develop a diverse, hedged…

Finance Corner: What the Heck is Hard Money?

Whether you’re a first-time investor or an established industry pro, there may be some financial products that still manage to confuse you. One ill-understood investing tool available to real estate investors is hard money loans.

Tips for Managing Investment Properties Remotely

No matter how much experience you have as a landlord, you will always have to confront the challenges that come with property management. These challenges can be even more significant if you own a property…

There’s a Reason for all Those Vacancies in the Area!

The only constant we can expect from the market is changing. Real estate markets go through ups, downs and fluctuations over time based on supply and demand nobody can control. One of the most important…

A Good Home Inspector Is Worth Their Weight in Gold

Any real estate investor knows a good home inspector is truly worth their weight in gold. They understand homes the way a craftsman does, and can easily translate that knowledge into real dollars and cents,…