We Provide Private-Capital Liquidity for Credit-Worthy Borrowers Who Are Locked out of the Market
Where We Differ From Traditional Lenders
Loan amounts up to $5M
Cash-out proceeds up to $1M
Term fixed rates 30-year
LTV up to 80%
Debt ratios up to 55%
Bank statements Personal and business
Bank statement mortgage loans for self-employed borrowers
Non-owner Investment/Foreign Nationals
Owner-occupied Primary, 2nd Homes, Vacation Homes
Hard Money Option
Not everyone who is credit-worthy can borrow money from traditional lenders. In fact, a good majority of people who can repay loans are never allowed the chance.
Hard money loans are asset-based commercial loans where the borrower either has a significant down payment or owns real estate that they can offer as collateral to put towards the purchase of a non-owner-occupied property.
Hard money loans make funding available faster without the exorbitant income documentation. Where other traditional lenders cut things off, we are just beginning. Let us show you our creative lending solutions!
Hard Money Offerings
- Land loans
- Multifamily and AirBnB loans
- Fix & Flip and cash-out loans
- Rental property loans
- Construction loans
- Flexible terms from 3 to 60 months
- Up to 90% as-is value, 100% of rehab costs
Bank statement loans
Bank statement loans are sometimes referred to as “self-employment mortgages.” They allow someone to borrow money without the documentation required by traditional lenders, like tax returns and W2s.
Foreign national loans
American citizens looking to purchase a home in the United States can sometimes find it difficult to get approved for a traditional loan. Foreign National Mortgage Loan programs are available from some lenders, and they work like other loans.
Interest only loans
When you take out a traditional loan, the monthly payments that you make go toward both your loan balance and interest costs. If you keep up with interest charges, you will gradually pay down the debt you owe.
Jumbo loans with 5% down
A jumbo mortgage or a jumbo loan is one that exceeds the Federal Housing Finance Agencies’ limits. They cannot be secured by institutions like Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae, which makes them much riskier for lenders to take on.
Asset based loans
An asset-based loan is a business loan that is based on a company's assets, usually inventory and accounts receivable, being used as collateral. You use your current financial revenue as leverage for borrowing.
Recent credit event loans
If you have a recent event that has damaged your credit score, it can be difficult to secure a loan. And even if you can borrow, the interest rate will typically be much higher due to the event.