california commercial hard money loans: California Apartment & Commercial Hard Money Lenders & Terms - 03/04/15 07:49 AM
As the market continues to improve we are starting to see more aggressive lending products come to market.  California hard money lenders are increasing loan to value ratios and lowering rates.  One program that has been very popular will bring a 3-8 year fixed single digit interest rate to the table on loan to value ratios as high as 75%.  This program is available for most apartment and mixed use commercial properties. 
The requirements for these hard money loans do include credit requirements.  A minimum 650 credit score is needed.  No mortgage lates on the subject property or primary residence in … (0 comments)

california commercial hard money loans: California Commercial Hard Money Rates Falling - 05/07/14 03:00 AM
With the real estate markets rebounding I am finding more and more investors willing to get more aggressive with the rates they are willing to take on their hard money loan investments.  Recently I've seen a trend in California commercial hard money rates falling.  This includes hard money loans for commercial properties, apartments and even non owner occupied investment 1-4 SFR properties.
For well qualified borrowers rates can dip into the single digits on these types of transactions.  While most of our loans are still going out at the higher rates, we are increasingly able to do better on low loan … (0 comments)

 
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Hard money loans are an alternative form of financing. We explore the real estate world and options that hard money lenders can bring to the table. Chris Goulart, DRE Lic. # 01458390 NMLS Lic. # 298819 DWJ CA Broker Lic. # 01180522


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