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Funding Real Estate Investments: Hard Money vs. Conventional Lending and Why You Need a Hybrid Option.

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Funding Options For Investment Deals Just Got Better:

“Take everything that you know about conventional loans, FHA, VA, Fannie, Freddie, and throw it out the window.”

Finding real estate funding sources can be a bit tricky. First, conventional lending requires credit-worthiness and paid property appraisals; the slow turnaround time also means a deal could be gone before you get your proof of funds.  While hard money lenders offer quick turnaround, even for investors with low credit scores, the downside is they often require hefty down payments and tack on high interest rates. 

Looking to fill the gap between conventional lending and hard money,  Rick Rall and his team at Navigator Private Capital designed funding options for real estate agents, investors, and wholesalers without high interest rates and bulky application barriers.  

Rick’s team is successfully funding real estate deals for beginners and experienced real estate professionals. With generous terms for fast funding and refinancing in one place, there’s no need to scramble to refinance a buy and hold, submit taxes, wait for proof of funding letters, and risk leaving deals on the table.

For investors you can avoid pre-payment penalties, large down-payments, and high interest rates.

For beginners, you can obtain financing without the traditional barriers to qualification.

For realtors, Rick’s strategy can help you turn those houses that sold in less than 3 days into acquisitions so you can start building out your investment portfolio. 

A lender with an expert understanding of investment, brokerage, and title will also provide you with extra guidance over your acquisition strategy.  You’ll have marketable title when you’re ready to sell properties from your portfolio in the future. 

Best of all, Rick’s platform offers 24/7 access to applications and proof of funds letters.

After this episode, you’ll understand why having a real relationship with a lender like Rick, someone can act quickly and provide options and guidance that fit the deals you’re working on, can take your real estate business to the next level.

EPISODE TOPICS: 

  • Hard Money vs. Conventional Lending and Why You Need A Hybrid Option (0:07)
  • How and Why Did You Get Into This Type of Lending? (2:57
  • The Product-Market Fit: Enabling You To Make Money Any Time You Provide Good Service. (4:13
  • Different Funding Options For Different Real Estate Agents, Investors, And Wholesalers. (5:45
  • Experience, Money Down, Credit Checks, Business Loans? Why Rick’s Program is Different Than Lenders Near You. (12:21)

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EPISODE TRANSCRIPT

Chad Corbett 0:00
Alright, welcome back to another episode of Ask the Expert guys today we have rick roll from navigator, product capital, this conversations valuable if you’re a broker or an agent, this can be valuable to you because it’s a difference in getting a deal funded and especially in a tumultuous environment, or in a house with with that needs major repairs. This is a way for you to capitalize investors, even if they’re new investors. And we’ll talk more about the the way they kind of underwrite based on experience level and, and whatnot. But I think that whether you’re an investor or in brokerage on listing this, the Rick and these guys, they have a program for just about anything. As you guys know, in this series, ask the expert, we always look for people outside of our wheelhouse, that are experts in their own space, but can benefit both our company and more importantly, you guys and your business and the consumers you’re serving. So Rick has a background in brokerage. He’s got investment experience, banking, mortgage banking experience, and private money experience. So Rick, I’ll let you tell a little bit more about yourself. And then we’ll jump in.

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