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2-3 Yr.Loans from $300K to $20mil.10-14% Interest Rates

Listed In Category: Business / Commercial > Professional Services
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Classified Id CXRPGWWS
Asking Price Wanted item or service
Quantity Not applicable 
Tax Taxes are not applicable
Shipping & Handling
Seller will ship to the United States Only
Shipping cost is not applicable
Renewed Date16-May-2018 09:12:13 AM EST
Expiration Date 15-Jul-2018 09:12:13 AM EST
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Seller Information
Jimrich member since 28-feb-2012
View Longwood Classifieds Longwood, Florida, USA
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Classified Details
Do you want A 2-3 yr loan from $300k to $20,000,000?
with 10-14% interest rates?

NO CREDIT PULLED (typically)

NO INCOME QUALIFYING (typically)

DON'T CARE ABOUT FUNDER JUDGMENTS OR ADJUSTED PAYMENTS.

DON'T CARE IF THEY ARE STACKED WITH MCA's



LOANS FROM EQUITY IN PROPERTY

Commercial Props - Apartments - Investment Props - Residential - Land OK
*Call if the property is lived in by the owner currently*
Min Value of property should be $500,000 / Min loan is $300,000
Typically no income docs or credit qualifying
7-10 day closing & fundings

Everything is based on equity in the property.
Typically up to 50-60% of the value of a property can be loaned.
*Commercial Props- approx 35-50% loan vs value*
*Land - 25% loan vs value*

THE ONLY INFO NEEDED TO GET AN IDEA OF WHAT THE DEAL WOULD LOOK LIKE:
Property Type.
Address.
How much the property is worth or send a recent appraisal?
How much they owe on the property?
How much do they want to borrow?
What is the money for?
What their exit plan to repay the balloon at the end of the term?