As hard money lenders we’ve seen perfectly legitimate investment opportunities turn into financial crises because of borrowers' inexperience in choosing and managing contractors. If you're new to this process, don't worry! Here are a few tips for working with contractors successfully.
Many lenders, Intrust Funding included, refuse to finance investment properties that they do not believe will be successful. In the instance that an investor is rejected because of the property, it is a good idea for the investor to either request a second opinion or not purchase the property at all. While it may seem preferable to get a second opinion, the lenders that advise against purchasing a property are working in your best interest and are not interested in attaining your collateral, but rather in funding a successful deal.
It’s the bottom of the ninth and there are two outs. Who is batting for you? You’ve done your research, your financial documents are ready, and you’ve found the investment of your dreams, but how do you decide who to trust to back you financially? Here are key characteristics to help you find a lender that’s right for you. Hit this one out of the park! Pro Tip: Hard Money Lenders with High Default Rates Should Always be Avoided!