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MOST Common Loans CLOSING Right NOW!!

Bank-FORCED Refinances:
   - 90% to 50% LTV
   - 10 to 20 Day Closings Possible
   - YOU are the HERO when "dumping Bank" takes a DISCOUNT on Pay-Off!!
   - Owner-Occupied/User Properties in 39 States
   - Investor-Held (N.O.O.) Properties in 34 States

INVESTOR-Held Purchases & Refinances:
    - FAST Closings in 10 to 20 Days
    - LTV from 60% to 50% based on Property Type (Line #1 to #17 on Rate Sheet)
    - Available in 34 States ONLY (see Rate Sheet for Full List)

OWNER-OCCUPIED User Purchases & Refinances:
  - Multi-Use (Offices/Warehouses/Some Retail) Purch. or Refi. to 90% LTV with SBA
   - Special/Single-Use (#4 to #17) Purch./Refi. from 80% to 85% LTV with SBA
   - New Construction or Major Expansion 75% to 80% LTC with SBA
   - "Non-SBA" Closings in 10 to 20 Days (60% to 50% LTV)
   - SBA Takes 35 to 55 Days usually
   - Available in ALL 39 States

We have organized a more simplified system for Commercial Loans.  We can accept any type of Commercial Loans.
The 3 Main Qualifications:  (these are non-negotiable)

1.680+ FICO Scores
2.75% LTV or Lower
3.$250,000 + Loan Amount

Make sure to fill out the Attached Application (Commercial Loan Information + Checklist PDF) and provide the Document Checklist.  Make sure everything is in that checklist and in order or we will not look at the file.
We do require a tri-merge credit report.

Any questions please let me know.

Hard Money, Fix & Flip Loans

One of the most promising areas at the moment for real estate investors and brokers, by all indications, is REO, short sale, rehab, and quick flip properties.  The opportunity to buy distressed properties at a low price point is evident in many markets.  And yet it is difficult for most end-buyers (with a non-profit initiative) to take advantage of these opportunities, as they are not prepared to deal with the financing challenges or the rehab work involved when buying one of these properties.  Thus comes a wonderful opportunity for those real estate investors who can size up a market effectively, move to buy challenged properties at below value prices, rehab them quickly, and get them back onto  the market at a slightly below market price.

Another point in favor of this brand of real estate buying/investing:  Real estate investors who either (a) buy and sell quickly or (b) hold for the long haul are not as likely to get hurt by falling market values.  It is those who are planning to hold a property for 1-5 years that are in the most danger.


What is the maximum LTV ratio for rehab and construction loans?
Well, it is important to talk about front-end and back-end LTV. Our maximum back-end LTV is generally 70% and our maximum front-end LTV is about the same (with a little more flexibility), though in the present market we try to keep that closer to 65%.

What is meant by "back-end LTV"?
By back-end LTV, we mean the LTV at the completion of the project. For example: let's say a borrower needs $90,000 for the acquisition of a property and $30,000 for construction funds and thus wishes to borrow $110,000 (he’s coming in with the rest at closing). If the completion value of the property is conservatively figured at $175,000 based on comps provided by the borrower, the back-end LTV will be 110/175 or 63%.

Okay, so then what is "front-end" LTV?
Front-end LTV is the LTV immediately upon the closing of escrow but prior to any construction. In the example above, it is a little tricky to talk about the current value of the property since it is a fixer (and fixers are tough to comp directly), but if we determine that the AS IS value of the property is $95,000 then the front-end LTV is 60/95 or 63% (the $30k in construction funds are not factored in to the front-end LTV). 

Do you require an appraisal?

For rehab projects, rarely ever do we ask for an appraisal. We know that professional investors must move quickly and that they are frequently the best source for data regarding the projected value of their project. If an investor tells me that he expects to sell a property for $200,000 upon completion, I say, "Show me how you have come to this conclusion." A good set of comps is frequently an adequate substitute for an appraisal (though not always).
With construction projects, it is a little tougher sometimes to get a handle on the completed project, so on occasions we will ask for an appraisal.

Are you able to loan 100% of hard costs?

Yes, and sometimes we are able to finance a portion (though not all) of the soft costs as well. Our very strong repeat borrowers are sometimes able to leverage 100% and are not required to bring any money into the project. It really depends on two factors: (1) How strong is the borrower financially? (2) How well is she buying? And (3) How much relevant experience does she have?

How does the construction money get disbursed?

From time to time, as a borrower completes the construction of a project, the borrower will submit a draw request to be reviewed and, upon approval, release of funds is either directly to the subs/suppliers (if requested to do so) or to the borrower (if the borrower has already paid the subs/suppliers). Lender is responsible for ensuring that (a) the work is completed to an appropriate quality standard, (b) the project is on-budget (or if not on-budget, appropriate adjustments are made), and (c) that all subs and suppliers get paid for their work on the project. Borrowers are encouraged to make as many draw requests as they require, and if a request is complete, and deemed to be valid by FFS, we can generally disburse funds within 48 hours.

How much experience do you require from the borrower?

Well, it is nice to see a borrower come in with moderate to substantial experience, but I have learned over the years that success in this business isn't as much about experience as it is about common sense and the willingness and the ability to work tenaciously toward the completion of a project. So if you don't have experience but you can show me that you have the drive, the discipline, and the common sense, we'll give you a chance.

What sort of credit and financial stability do you require from the borrower?

We don't have specific underwriting guidelines. As far as credit, I am not looking for a perfect credit score (though we do have quite a few borrowers with credit scores in the 700s). I am looking at a pattern of payment over time. If a person has had a few bumps in the road or even a BK, for example, along the way, this doesn't bother us for this type of financing. What concerns us would be the borrower who has consistently shown a disregard for debt obligations over a period of time. No one would probably want to get into a project relationship with this person.

Regarding financial strength (net worth, income, and liquidity), the primary concern is seeing that the borrower has either enough income (stated) or enough cash or liquid assets (stated) to get through the project (even if setbacks occur). That means showing the capacity to make payments for the duration of the project (if an interest reserve account has not been set up) and it becomes necessary to weather a few bumps in the road if the project doesn't go exactly as planned. Beyond that, borrowers are not expected to have any great wealth. We know that they are in the process of attempting to build something, and sometimes that starts from practically nothing.

What is the term of the loan and how are the payments handled?

The term of the loan is generally one year, though if a project is expected to require longer, it can be extended for two years or more. Payments are made monthly and are interest-only. If there is enough equity in a project, we can arrange to have some number of payments held in reserve and applied to the loan for the initial period of the project.

What are the rates?

For this sort of thing, rates generally range from 11-13%. The rate is determined by (a) the LTV, (b) the strength of the borrower, (c) the amount of leverage involved, (d) the merits of the overall project, and (e) the perceived volatility of the local market.

Does the borrower pay interest on the full amount of the loan or only on the funds that have been disbursed?

The borrower must pay interest on the full amount of the loan for the duration of the loan. The funds are being held in trust on behalf of the borrower. As such, the funds are not available to the lender throughout the duration of the loan and thus the lender has committed these funds and cannot utilize them in any way or earn interest.

What fees are involved?

Usually lender will charge a loan fee equal to 3-6% of the gross amount of the loan. They also charge a doc prep fee (which ranges from $675 to $2900, depending on the size of the loan), an account setup fee (which is $470 plus $1/$1000 of the loan amount), and a property inspection fee (which is typically in the $500-$1000 range, but may be more if the property is far from a central location). There are no hidden junk fees.

Can the fees be paid from the proceeds of the loan?

Yes, if there is enough equity in the project. This is frequently the case.

Is there a pre-payment penalty?

Typically there is no pre-payment penalty.

What is the approval process?

There are basically four steps.

The borrower (or a representative for the borrower) runs the project concept by us. If we like the project concept and feel that the numbers are acceptable, we proceed to the next step.

If the project conceptually makes sense to us, we produce a quote, listing all of the relevant costs and other information for the requested loan.

The borrower signs off on the quote.

We review a complete loan packet. We ask that this 
be sent via overnight mail or delivered to the office (fax copy is not acceptable). An electronic packet is acceptable, provided that all items are in a single packet (either Word or Adobe). The packet should include the following items:

1003 for each borrower/personal guarantor
Credit (tri-merge) for each borrower/personal guarantor (or permission to pull credit)
Company financials if the borrower is an entity (2 years)
A privacy notice signed by the borrower
A purchase agreement (when property acquisition is involved)
A preliminary title report
A detailed line-item budget for all construction work to be done on the project
Plans (for all construction loans, and for rehab loans that involve changes in the basic floor plan)
Borrower's estimate of the completion value of the project, and comps (or other value analysis) to support this estimate
Photos of the subject property

Borrower credentials

A copy of contractor license, bond, and insurance (for all construction loans)
If all this checks out, we ask the borrower for a deposit (generally somewhere between $500 and $2000). This should be in the form of a cashier's check or money order.

We provide a conditional loan commitment letter at this time.

If the property checks out, we draw up the documents and close the loan through escrow.

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·         Business Formations - LLC, INC, C-CORPS & MORE
·         Operating Agreements, Business Plans, Proforma's
·         Memorandums of Understanding, Partnership agreements
·         Buy Sell Agreements Etc....