#1 North Carolina Hard Money Loan Lenders!
A beautiful NC back road highlights our hard money offerings.
YES, we have the top hard money lenders in North Carolina listed below.
We serve all of the main metropolitan cities in North Carolina, including: Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Durham, Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, Cary, High Point, Wilmington, Asheville, Greenville, Gastonia, Jacksonville, Concord, Rocky Mount, Chapel Hill, Burlington, Wilson, Hickory, Kannapolis, Huntersville, Goldsboro, Monroe, Apex, Salisbury, Sanford, New Bern, Fort Bragg, Matthews, Thomasville, Statesville, Asheboro, Garner, Kinston, Wake Forest, Havelock, Lumberton, Kernersville, Shelby, Mooresville, Cornelius, Lexington, Elizabeth City, Mint Hill, Lenoir, Indian Trail, Holly Springs, Morganton, Clemmons, Carrboro, Roanoke Rapids, Henderson, Laurinburg, Eden, Albemarle and the others in NC.
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We can help you capitalize on your time critical real estate deals by loaning you the money you need now through a Private Investor Loan
the LVHardMoney directory of lenders below. As you are likely aware, traditional bank loans are very slow and require too much documentation. Worse yet, they often over promise and the funds rarely flow. Our hardmoney loans are much faster than banks or traditional lenders and cost less than giving up part of your deal to an equity partner.
You'll need real estate collateral which is usually the property you're borrowing against but can also be another property to be collateralized. Cross-collateralizing a second property can provide sufficient equity to meet your requirements of up to 100% financing
. For single properties,
you can borrow up to 70% LTV. Your typical cost is from 0-5 points depending on the risk of the deal. We can loan on all types of properties including residential and commercial properties
You can get a interest only, fully amortized or payment deferred option to suit your intended cash flow!