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John and Sally were high-school sweethearts. They grew up in the same small town. They had similar friends, interests, and dreams about life. The year they turned 18, like any Nicholas Sparks book, John bought a diamond ring, staged an elaborate proposal, and asked for Sally’s hand. Sally was enamored of John. An autumn wedding in the White Mountains soon followed. The air was cool and crisp. The pastor read their vows and quoted forgotten words form an old book. Tears of joy fell from Sally’s face. John grinned. The honeymoon soon followed.
Years later, they are cramped in a two-bedroom house with three children. Thanks to Nicholas Sparks or some unseen deity—the cancer theme was removed from the plot—John and Sally, alive and well, still love one another, but it gets stressful at times with crying children, occasional disputes, and John working late nights trying to survive the contracting business. “John is a good man, he is a good man,” Sally muses. She knows that sixty to seventy-hour weeks are just part of getting a business up and running, just a part of the American Dream.
Sally feels like a sardine in a can, though. Add to the can clutter, screaming children, and diapers. Take from can John who is still at work and will get home late to stuff down a cold casserole that has been on the table for some time. The housing market is booming. John and Sally live in the Greater Phoenix suburbs. Sally sees her friends who have husbands working a nine-to-five, who come home to a nice dinner every once and awhile. Sally sees her friends taking out loans to buy three and up to four-bedroom houses. Each kid has his or her own room. Each couple has space to breath and spend an occasional tender moment together at night. A full-sized table to have dinner at. A walled-in yard for the kids to play in. A home to live a life in. A life they dreamed of.
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Anno Domini MMXIIV AD—Giovanni Concato moved to Southeastern Arizona to try his hand in the American mining business to make American money, good money—more money. For years of his life he had lived in northern Italy. He, like his father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, had come of age and worked in the marble mines in Carrara, Italy found in the northernmost part of Tuscany. His city was beautiful, nestled between the low mountains and the Mediterranean shore line. Cobblestone streets, stone cathedrals, and brick buildings abounded.
Upon reaching the age of 30, Giovanni grew tired of mining marble. He had neither a woman nor a child binding him to his town. Though he had few academic credentials, he could work large machinery, manage large groups of workers, and complete projects in a timely manner. His supervisors loved him. But overtime, Giovanni came in contact with an international contractor furnishing skilled labor for larger mining projects. Through this company, Giovanni found work in the copper mines of Arizona. A brisk application and relocation process followed.
Having learned English in grade school and possessing a working knowledge of and certification to run heavy machinery, Giovanni rose in paygrade quickly. Over the next few years he saved a considerable amount of that money and established citizenship. This was great. However, something irked him—Giovanni paid steep rent for such a small town, a town where general mortgage payments seemed to be considerably low. In fact, at the time, Southeastern Arizonan rentals nearly charged as much if not more than what a conventional, monthly mortgage was.
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With his savings, Giovanni acquired a private lender offering Arizona Rental Property Loans. He paid 50% LTV on a property to be matched by the lender at the same amount. Giovanni’s investment grossed $25,000 a year less the $7,000 paid in hard money lending fees. He liked the return. He strengthened the return by refinancing the property with a conventional lender for a lower interest rate. Within a few years, Giovanni had paid off his investment and was receiving rental cashflow together with his mining income. The time came to acquire more hard money Arizona Rental Property Loans. After bridging these loans in favor of lower interest rates, his profits continued to grow.
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Eventually Giovanni hired a property manager to manage his property. Here and there, after paying off a loan or two, Giovanni took out more Arizona Rental Property Loans to receive more rental property returns. After a few more years, he had a strong side business that seemed as though it could last for years, establishing both rental cash flow and home equity simultaneously. Giovanni was happy with his business and with what he had built. Not only was he earning a good living working for the mine, but he was earning a good living with a business he had built from the ground up thanks to Arizona Rental Property Loans.
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About the Author: Dennis has been working in the real estate industry in some capacity for the last 40 years. He purchased his first property when he was just 18 years old. He quickly learned about the amazing investment opportunities provided by trust deed investing and hard money loans. His desire to help others make money in real estate investing led him to specialize in alternative funding for real estate investors who may have trouble getting a traditional bank loan. Dennis is passionate about alternative funding sources and sharing his knowledge with others to help make their dreams come true. Dennis has been married to his wonderful wife for 43 years. They have 2 beautiful daughters and 5 amazing grandchildren. Dennis has been an Arizona resident for the past 40 years.