What is a Hard Money Commercial Loan?
The definition of "hard money commercial" when referred to in real estate financing, is essentially a non-bankable loan. The name hard money commercial is frequently interchanged with "no-doc" or private loans. For a hard money commercial loan, the underwriting decisions are based on the borrower's hard assets (real estate). Hard money commercial loans typically close relatively quickly. Direct Commercial Funding is the leader in hard money commercial lending (NO-DOC / Private lending
Commercial Hard Money Lenders
Are you faced with any of these circumstances?
- A borrower with impaired credit (Direct can lend to borrowers with any credit)
- Tax liens/Judgements/Unpaid Utility Bills, etc.
- Partner buyout
- Time Constrained borrower
- Complex borrower with multiple pieces of collateral
- Foreclosure Avoidance
- Foreign National
Hard Money Commercial Lending Versus Traditional Lending
Traditional loans from banking institutions rely heavily on borrowers income, credit, tax returns, etc.. as opposed to a hard money commercial loan's primary reliance on the hard real estate asset. Along with requiring substantially more documentation, conventional lenders have minimum credit scores (typically low 700 Fico and above) as opposed to hard money commercial loans that are underwriting on the collateral as opposed to the borrowers credit (Direct has closed loans with FICO scores in the low 400s). Along with different underwriting standards, loans on conventional commercial loans can take months to close; hard money commercial loans close much quicker. The final important differentiator between hard money commercial financing and conventional financing is the interest rate. Since there is more risk in a true collateral based loan, the interest rates are higher than a conventional mortgage.
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