Fircrest Hard Money Lenders

Intrust Funding is a Fircrest private lender providing short term loans to investors in Pierce County. Acquire your next property, renovate your next investment, or cash-out refi your last loan today. With funding in 48 hours, no inspections, no appraisals, and a simple 1% per month interest rate, Intrust Funding is real estate investing simplified.

Hard Money Loans for Real Estate Investors

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Fircrest Hard Money Loans

More than ever, real estate investors are finding great opportunities in the city of Fircrest. We fund real estate investors looking for a Fircrest project to fix & flip or buy and hold. Many of our borrowers, who are also members of Bigger Pockets, follow the BRRRR method for producing long term wealth and passive income. Intrust Funding’s short term loans typically range from 5 to 12 months. With a quick and simple application process, we can fund projects within 48 hours of approval. Acquire real estate fast and pay off your loan quickly. Real Estate investing has never been easier!

As Fircrest’s leading money lenders, our commercial loans are accessible to new and seasoned investors alike! Prequalifying for a rehab loan from us is simple. Although there is no minimum credit score you need to have, we must have a credit report or a copy of a report issued in the last 12 months on file. This is just so we can make sure there aren’t any liens on collateral you might use for the loan. The second thing we need is a proof of funds for down payment, or proof of adequate collateral. Once we have those two things, that’s about all we need! But there are disqualifiers for our real estate investment loans. For us to provide funds for the investment, the loan cannot be used to acquire a property at in-person county auctions (although we do provide funds for online auctions), the property must have a free and clear title without any liens, and it must have a septic system in place. We also do not provides funds for land-only deals, unless the land is worth as much as the loan itself. Our short term loans are typically used to purchase an investment, renovate a property, or to refinance a loan from another lender. All fees, like origination fees, are rolled into the loan, while a ballon payment is due at the end when the investment property is sold, rented out, or refinanced, allowing our competitive rates to match or beat other hard money lenders in Pierce County. Similarly, our flat 1% interest rate per month attracts investors all over Washington state. Intrust Funding is a hard money lender in the city of Fircrest, offering funding to real estate investors in as little as 48 hours.

Fircrest Bridge Loans

Sometimes hard money loans are called bridge loans. This is because bridge loans act as bridges between quick, short-term and long-term financing. Investors looking for bridge loans in Fircrest, Washington, trust Intrust Funding to give them the best deals in Pierce County.

Rehab Loans for Fircrest Real Estate

For Fircrest real estate investors who need hard money to fund both the acquisition of a property and the renovation costs, Intrust Funding’s Fircrest rehab loans roll up everything into one loan, for your convenience.

Fix and Flip Loans Fircrest

Today, fix and flips are all the rage. One reason for this trend is the way seasoned investors leverage hard money to fund fix and flip projects. Let us help you out on your next Fircrest fix and flip with our hard money loan!

Cash Out Refinance Hard Money Loan

If you need to refinance a hard money loan for an investment property in Fircrest, we fund cash-out refi loans every day. Whether you need a longer loan period, want to cross-collateralize investments, or more, our Fircrest cash out refinance loans are for you.

County Information

The second most populous county in Washington state, Pierce County is home to more than 790,000 people. Named after U. S. President Franklin Pierce, Pierce County is home to Mount Rainier, a volcano, and the tallest mountain in the Cascade Range.