Meet Scott Craft

Scott Craft

Loan Officer

Scott Craft

Loan Officer

Scott Craft was born and raised in Colorado and is a third-generation real estate investor.  Scott’s father was a fix-and-flipper turned hard money lender and taught Scott the business while he was home from college during the summers of ’07, ’08, and ’09.  After graduating with a degree in both Finance and Entrepreneurship & Emerging Enterprises from Syracuse University in 2010, Scott began his full-time career in Denver real estate investing.  Since then, Scott has worked as a hard money lender, fix-and-flipper, real estate broker, developer and landlord.  Outside of Pine Financial, Scott is focusing his investments on developing infill lots and acquiring more rental properties in the Denver Metro area.

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Published January 11, 2024

Fix And Flip Profit: It Comes Down To The Numbers

Profit, But Is It Worth It? Writing about this topic brings me back to a time when I was first learning about real estate investing. ...

Published September 13, 2023

Acquiring Rental Properties In a High-Priced, High Interest Rate Market

Rental properties, in my opinion, are the best way to create long-term, generational wealth, but it’s not always easy to acquire them.   Many of...

Published April 11, 2023

The Inspection Contingency

As investors living through the excessively lopsided seller’s market of the last number of years, we’ve become accustomed to being forced to forego inspections as...

Published December 7, 2022

Rental Properties: Property Manager Vs. Self-Management

Acquired Your First Rental Property. Now What? So you’ve bought your first rental property, or maybe you just moved out of your old primary residence...

Published August 8, 2022

Why Do You Need A Real Estate Agent? 

Real Estate Agents: More Than Glorified Tour Guides Let’s face it, real estate agents sometimes get a bad rap in the world of real estate. ...

Published April 12, 2022

Fix And Flip: Is This Building Salvageable?

As fix and flip investors, we live and die by the adage that we love ugly houses.  The worse shape the better, right?  Maybe not....

Published December 13, 2021

Tenants Actions Will Affect Your Bottom Line

If you ask any landlord if their tenants have ever done anything that made them scratch their head in amazement, you’ll probably hear some crazy...