Special Announcement for real estate investors

May 30, 2014 — 3 Comments

As many of you know, I am now a Managing Director at B2R Finance – America’s Buy to Rent Lender. Helping start B2R has given me the opportunity to bring dependable, consistent, and reliable products (financing and more) to our community. We have needed these products for far too long. At B2R, we are focused on you. This company will change the way we all invest in real estate. It will allow us to build rental portfolios, and invest in our own futures. The goal? B2R Finance will be your trusted partner in your residential real estate investing business.

To do this, I have had to place my other companies in the hands of trusted partners. These partners are people I have known and trusted for years. While I am still an owner in these companies, I am no longer directing the day-to-day operations. I am focused on the culture and direction of the companies, and you have my commitment that we will maintain the standard of excellence you have come to expect from me.

I have sold a majority interest in the REI Expo to the Affinity Enterprise Group in Kansas City. As most of you know, Mike Wrenn and his companies have a deep commitment to the individual investor space. Many of you, trust his company to insure your investment property.

My personal home-buying operation is still going as strong as it ever has. Jason Riney has worked with me since 2006. Jason is one of the top ten most experienced investors in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. I am now proud to call him my partner. We have formed H&R Acquisitions. H&R is focused on rehabbing, wholesaling, owner financing, and growing our rental portfolio. As a HomeVestors Franchise, H&R is buying more than 6 houses a month, and will continue to do so. We are currently rehabbing three houses, and have about six for sale.

My wife, Jennifer, is focused on our personal portfolio. We are happy to have the help of a great team, from all of these companies to help us grow our businesses, and build our retirement plans. As you look into the future, I urge you to focus on building a rental portfolio. Studies show the home ownership rates in the US will continue to decline. When you add in the immigration trends, and the slowdown in household formations; this points to a strong and predictable rental market. The three basic necessities in life are food, water, and shelter. I choose to invest in the latter.

Thank you again for being a part of this community with me. I hope to see you soon, and please let me know how I can help you grow your business.

To your success,


We loan money to landlords. Our current minimum loan amount is $500,000 at 75% LTV. Our loans are based off of the income of the property. These are commercial style mortgages, made on your portfolio. All you need is 5 units (8 plex? Yes! Two duplexes and a tri-plex? Yes! 10 houses and a 20 unit apartment? Yes!) for more information, or to speak to one of our representatives, visit http://www.B2RFinance.com/ or call 800.227.8107.

The REI Expo is the nation’s largest real estate investor training event. We focus on education, not hype. The next event is July 26 & 27. The pre-sale ends this Saturday. Visit http://www.REIExpo.com/ or call 855.REI.Expo for more information.

All of the properties we post for sale are listed at http://www.DFWInvestors.com/. If you have any questions, please contact Jason Riney @ 972.322.5639 or via email.


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I started at the bottom, worked hard and am now one of the top Real Estate Investors in the business. I learned from some of the best, excelling early as an acquisitions manager and then moved on to partner with other skilled investors to create my own portfolio of productive rental properties and later to mentor others to do the same. I am still actively involved in Real Estate, giving a current awareness to the training I share. My wife, Jennifer, and I live in Rockwall with our sons, Alex and Will.

3 responses to Special Announcement for real estate investors

  1. The thing is, Tim, you’re taking money out of the system but you’re putting nothing back in. Taking advantage of vulnerable sellers and buying a property for $60,000, then giving it a shoddy, cheap-buck “renovation”, then selling it for twice the price to people with questionable financials, is predatory and shameful. You’re destroying history for your own quick profit. Where is the respect for the properties and neighborhoods you selfishly plunder?

    • That is interesting. I won’t delete your odd reply, rather I’ll challenge it. What house, specifically, have I done what you accuse me of? Since I know my past, you are merely being hateful and telling lies about me in public. Shame on you for being hateful.

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