privately funded mortgage

Even if you aren’t a first time home buyer, the ins and outs of getting a mortgage can be overwhelming. With a traditional loan you have to apply, jumping through all of the bank’s hoops, making sure you’re qualified, and then wait the long months until you get the news, wondering what you’re going to…

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private mortgage

Established banks and mortgage companies have strict loan qualification requirements that must be met before they will issue a home loan. People who do not meet strict bank or traditional mortgage company qualifications have options. Private mortgages are alternative to traditional mortgages. Borrowers who take out a private mortgage are not necessarily a credit risk,…

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hard money lender

In the 1950s, the term “hard money” was coined to refer to loans based on property assets rather than credit. Usually, the lender is a private investor rather than a bank or other financial institution. These types of loans are the preferred financing option for house flippers or deals that are expected to yield returns…

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“Flipping” real estate has come into the popular lexicon due to reality television shows and investment seminars that make the process seem simple and easy. While it is possible to build a business out of fixing and flipping real estate, it does require an understanding of the financial side of these transactions. Because they approve…

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