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Bridge Loans vs. Hard Money Loans: What’s the Difference?

2022-01-11T01:50:51-08:00Private Money Lending|

Although conventional bank loans are long-term mortgage loans with up to 30 years span, most real estate investors still do not favor them. All they need is a loan to make short-term investments, and most times, these traditional loans don't just fit their needs. [...]

How Does Hard Money Lending Differ from Conventional Lending?

2022-01-11T01:51:21-08:00Private Money Lending, Uncategorized|

Hard money lending bears similarities to conventional loans. For example, they share a similar structure of giving out loans and repayment before the due date. But still, there are differences in the application for hard money loans. For example, the loan terms, the use [...]

Why Private Lenders Require Delaware SPE LLCs

2022-01-11T01:52:02-08:00Private Money Lending|

Private money is a general term for non-bank, non-agency loans. It is one of the ways real estate investors can leverage and grow their residential investment portfolios. Investors who are new to private money lenders usually have questions regarding the differences between conventional financing [...]

A Guide to Hard Money Loans Costs and Interest Rates

2022-01-11T01:52:42-08:00Private Money Lending|

Hard money loans are very important to a real estate investor. Real estate investors are provided with loans to supplement their investment deals. A hard money loan is a valuable tool an investor can quickly close on an undervalued property or fix up for [...]

The Most Underutilized Protection For Seller Carry Back Financing Loans: A Lender’s Policy Of Title Insurance And Why It Is Crucial For Any Seller Who Agrees To Act As A Lender

2022-01-11T01:54:03-08:00Private Money Lending|

In a seller carry-back financing scenario, the seller switches roles as soon as escrow closes. The seller is focused on ensuring that property ownership is smoothly transferred from himself to the buyer before escrow closes. Seller carry-back financing can benefit both parties, but for [...]

Why Mortgage Pools are a Smart Choice for Lenders

2022-01-11T01:54:42-08:00Private Money Lending|

Private money lenders perform an essential and beneficial service to both borrowers and investors. First, they provide alternative financing solutions for consumers and businesses that may not be financed otherwise. Undoubtedly, the strict guidelines surrounding lending from institutions have led to a boom in [...]

What you need to ensure you close your loans on time

2021-11-17T08:09:21-08:00Private Money Lending|

During the loan originating process, it is paramount to ensure that both the lender and borrower remain compliant and eliminate delays to close the loan on time for every transaction. The sales aspect of loan origination might seem the most important but closing the [...]

The Risks Associated with Buying Foreclosed Properties

2021-11-17T08:09:21-08:00Private Money Lending|

As a lender, before you get into the business of foreclosed homes, especially fix-and-flip opportunities, there is important information you ought to know. One of the most important is finding properties with much lower costs. This will influence the return on investment (ROI) to [...]

Loan-To-Value Ratio: What Every Lender Should Know

2021-12-06T05:53:51-08:00Private Money Lending|

As a lender, there are two very important questions to answer when considering a borrower's application. The questions are: Should I approve this loan? On what terms should I approve this loan? This is where the Loan-To-Value (LTV) ratio comes in. The LTV ratio [...]

How Lenders Can Navigate Rising Costs Of Materials

2021-11-17T08:09:21-08:00Private Money Lending|

The construction or renovation lender does not exist in a bubble. The construction industry doesn't either. Both entities are perpetually at the mercy of any existing economic climate, which means they constantly need to make decisions to reflect current realities. An increase in the [...]

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