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What is a Hard Money Loan?

What is a Hard Money Loan?

 hard money loan uses the value of a property as collateral for the loan, instead of the borrowers credit score and financial history. Lenders focus on the after-repair-value (ARV) of a property to determine the value of the loan. Since they are not based on credit...

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Fix and Flip Loans

Fix and Flip Loans

Our largest borrowers are fix & flip investors. Yes! Just like the HGTV series. We offer fix and flip loans to investment properties. There are great results when it comes to fix and flip real estate, but also many dangers and consequences. However, if done...

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Private Money Lenders: A Guide to Private Money Loans

Private Money Lenders: A Guide to Private Money Loans

Private Money Lenders are non-institutional lenders that issue short-term loans for the purchase of, and sometimes the renovation, an investment property. They’re commonly known as “hard money lenders.” These private money lenders offer private money loans to...

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Types of Commercial Real Estate Construction Loans

Types of Commercial Real Estate Construction Loans

Commercial Real Estate Construction Loans. Developers and investors who purchase underutilized land or run-down properties have special needs due to the financing that is required to get their properties up to speed. Not only must these clients worry about selling,...

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Asset Based Lending for Real Estate Investors

Asset Based Lending for Real Estate Investors

Asset based lending is expanding rapidly to meet the needs of real estate investors looking for capital. Technology has played a bit part in expanding accessibility. For anyone building a real estate portfolio, it’s very important to understand what asset based...

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3 Reasons Why Investors Turn to Hard Money Loans

3 Reasons Why Investors Turn to Hard Money Loans

When do investors turn to Hard Money Loans? When time is a concern: Flipping homes is a time-sensitive business—and since it’s a business, an investor doesn’t have the time to wait weeks or even months for a conventional lender to approve a mortgage. Other bidders...

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