Hard Money Loans For Real Estate Investors
Invest in real estate with Extreme Funding Systems fast residential real estate investment loan programs – quick closings and competitive rates.
Do you need to close a real estate deal fast? Extreme Funding Systems helps investors by providing hard money loans to acquire, rehab or refinance commercial and residential real estate properties in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. Extreme Funding Systems is one of the top private hard money lenders in the country because of our quick closings and competitive rates. We lend to seasoned and beginner investors. Contact us to start your loan application!
What is a hard money loan?
A hard money loan (HML) is a short-term financing solution, issued by private lenders, that allows real estate investors to obtain capital fast to develop, flip, or own properties directly. A hard money loan is secured by the value of the subject real estate property, not by the borrower’s credit score. That’s how hard money lenders protect themselves against default by the borrower. Therefore these loans can be obtained rather quickly. Hard money” is a term used mostly in the U.S. and Canada where this kind of loan is common.
Rehab Loans – Financing Purchase & Renovation Nationwide
Purchase, Refinance or cash out for Investment Properties
Up to 80% LTV of purchase price
Closing in 1-3 weeks
Fix and Flip financing with rehab funds
Terms from 6 months to 10 years
Foreign Nationals Qualify
Loan amounts from $50,000 to $50,000,000
Property ideally in LLC or Corp.
Free Pre-approvals, no upfront fees.
Fast approvals and closings!
What is required to qualify?
The first thing you’d need in order to get approved for an HML is to have at least 30% to 40% down payment, or substantial equity in the property. The higher the down payment or property equity you have, the more likely the lender will approve your loan. A hard money lender will also look at your credit score and cash reserves. The lender examines your credit score and cash flow to assess if you can make payments on time and pay for other costs like taxes, insurance, etc. Last but not least, the lender will look at the borrower’s experience in real estate. If this is the first time that the borrower is going to flip a house, he or she is going to face more scrutiny from the lender than a borrower with years of experience in these type of deals.
Just answer these questions for a quick estimate:
- Type of Real Estate (Condo, Townhouse, Retail, Warehouse, Vacant Land, etc.)
- Property Location (Address)
- Current Market Value
- Mortgage Balance (if applicable)
- Loan Amount Sought
- Proposed Use of Funds
Loan Amounts: $50,000 to $50,000,000
Loan to Value: Up to 80% of the Purchase Price
Interest rates: 6% to 14%
Loan Term: 12 months to 10 Years
Payments: Interest only monthly payments, or fully amortized periods
Lien Position: First Only
States Available: All 50 US States
Foreign Nationals Qualify
Low Credit and Tax Issues are not a problem
How does an HML work?
A hard money loan works as an asset-based loan, meaning that while hard money lenders take into consideration the investor’s credit score, this is not a crucial factor in determining his or her eligibility. Instead, lenders require that you use real estate property as collateral. They use the price of the property to calculate the risk of the loan and the Loan To Value (LTV). On the other hand, real estate developers, investors, and flippers use hard money to get the required funds to close time-sensitive deals where they can get a property at a low price, flip (fix) it, raise the value of the property and then sell or rent at a profit.
The main reason real estate investors choose to apply for an HML is that private lenders can fund the deal within a week–or less if the borrower meets all the qualifications.
HML’s work great on short-term flips and rehabs, or for first-time purchases, yet on longer-term investments, HML’s are not the best idea.
Hard money Vs. bridge loans
Hard money works similarly to bridge loans. They both have similar criteria for lending. Bridge loans are solely for buying real estate properties or investment properties that don’t qualify for traditional lending programs. A bridge loan can also be used as down payment for a new home when the buyer hasn’t sold their current house yet.
Bridge loans can be issued by traditional and private lenders, and HMLs are only issued by private lenders, like GoKapital.
GoKapital, a lender that will work with you
GoKapital provides competitive non-bank lending options for real estate residential and commercial real estate investors.
We make commercial real estate transactions happen smoothly. Our comprehensive lineup of commercial real estate loans offer solutions for self-employed borrowers that are thinking about purchasing a building, get working capital through the equity on a property, or refinance your present commercial mortgage. We lend across all 50 states of the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico, with loans that range from $100,000 to $50 million on all types of real estate properties.
If you earn more than $5,000 per month and have 30 to 40 percent down payment available, and a 600 or higher credit score, then you need to come and sit down with our finance professionals today.
We deliver funds in only one to three weeks for these financial transactions.
Residential real estate financing is another area in which we specialize. We provide primary residential mortgages only in the state of Florida. If you are interested in residential real estate investments, either by flipping and fixing houses, buying properties and renting them, or cash out refinance on a non-owner-occupied property, we offer a variety of solutions for you.
Our approvals are easy to secure, and our closings are quick. We can transfer the funds to you in as little as one to three weeks.
We lend for a variety of commercial properties including:
Residential: 1-4 unit non-owner occupied
Multifamily: 5+ Units
Mixed-use: Retail + Apartments
A Hard money loan is perfect for the following deals:
Fixing and flipping properties
When the borrower has a low credit score
When the investor needs to act fast