Lance talks with Bill Fairman of Carolina Capital Management, a private lender focused on residential real estate investing. Bill cautions at the large number of Fix-and-Flippers right now who didn’t feel the pain of the ’08 downturn. They dig into transparency and risk as it relates to private lending, the versatility (and limitations) of single family, and the investment Bill wishes he could take back.
This week’s guest
Bill is a co-founder of Carolina Hard Money, a hard money lender that specializes in short-term purchase money loans with a construction component for real estate investors/builders in the Southeast. Also, a managing member of Carolina Capital Management, the manager of Carolina Capital Reserve Fund I, a Private Pool Mortgage fund created to raise capital from accredited investors and deploying it into real estate secured loans. He is responsible for raising capital and managing the day to day operations of the fund and management company.
A regular speaker at real estate investor and private lending events around the country, Bill has 30 years of mortgage experience that includes residential and commercial, the vast majority of that time spent in the whole sale space. He has had a unique opportunity to be involved in literally thousands of mortgage transactions, and thus has seen almost every type of scenario play out, both good and bad, giving him a unique depth of experience in the real estate investment space.
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