Reliable & Flexible Funding for your Real Estate Investments & Transactions with Hard Money Loans
As a direct hard money lender and private money broker, North Coast Financial has multiple sources of capital to fund your loan request. Private money sources (information on trust deed investing) allow for more flexible and faster funding options than traditional means of capital such as banks and other institutional lenders.
We provide private, short-term hard money loans for real estate investors for various real estate transactions such as purchasing short sales, fix and flip loans, trustee sale refinances, REOs, real estate auctions that allow financing, private party transactions, probate and inheritance loans, residential construction loans, cash out refinance loans, subprime loans, hard money rehab loans, bridge loans and other investment and rental property loans.
North Coast Financial are primarily residential hard money lenders, but also fund commercial hard money loans. Hard money loan amounts available from North Coast Financial range from $25,000 on the low end to jumbo hard money mortgage loans in the millions of dollars. North Coast Financial is one of the few residential hard money lenders in California able to consider lending on owner occupied hard money loans.
Hard Money Loans Are a Better Option Than Friends and Family
When a real estate buyer needs funds for the purchase of an investment property, the first thought might be to borrow money from family and friends. Adding a business relationship to an existing family or friend relationship can cause friction and hard feelings for many years to come if the results of the real estate venture are not as expected. It should be pointed out that family and friends are not exempt from the increasingly regulated lending industry.
Using an experienced and qualified private hard money lender for a loan will exempt that loan from usury laws and it is much safer than trying to guess what documents and disclosures are required by state and federal laws. Even if someone wants to use a family member or friend as a lender, the services of a licensed hard money broker should be utilized to avoid numerous legal problems. Why Use Hard Money Lenders?
Hard Money Loans Are Less Expensive Than A Partner
When considering the alternatives for funding a real estate purchase, buyers may consider turning to a financial partner. While a partnership may work out well for the buyer, there are many pitfalls that can creep into any partnership, not to mention that the buyer may be giving up some decision making control. In addition, it is not uncommon for a financial partner to require payment of 50% of the profits when the property is sold. A better course of action usually would be to get financing from an experienced direct hard money lender and to retain 100% of the profits from the sale of the investment property.
Hard Money Loans for Real Estate Investors
North Coast Financial specializes in providing hard money loans for real estate investors all over California and San Diego County including La Jolla, Del Mar, Carmel Valley, Solana Beach, Encinitas, Pacific Beach, Mission Beach, Ocean Beach, Point Loma, Mission Valley, Downtown San Diego, Chula Vista, National City, Imperial Beach, El Cajon, La Mesa, Lakeside, San Carlos, Ramona, Lemon Grove, Santee, Alpine, Oceanside, Carlsbad, Vista, San Marcos, Escondido, Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Santa Fe, Rancho Penasquitos, Miramar, Mira Mesa, Clairemont, University City, Kearny Mesa, Sorrento Valley, City Heights, Hillcrest and Julian. Other areas include Temecula, Palm Springs, Murrieta, Anaheim, Ontario, Newport Beach, and Long Beach. We also provide loans secured by properties in the counties of Los Angeles, Orange County, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura, Imperial, San Francisco and the Bay Area and Sacramento as well as other counties in the State of California.
*North Coast Financial will consider hard money mortgage loan requests throughout the country on a case by case basis. Minimum loan amount of $100,000 outside of California. Contact North Coast Financial now for more information.