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Can You See Higher ROI With Hard Money Compared to Cash?


Jul 01 2022     1 min read (191 words)

Industry News Articles Published Weekly - written by Tim E
Tim E
VP of Product Management

When it comes to real estate investing, one of the biggest barriers to entry is funding. Hard money loans are a popular option for investors, as they offer a number of advantages to overcome those barriers. Hard money loans can be used to purchase multiple investment properties for those that have the means to purchase and repair a property with cash.


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Hard money lenders typically lend based on the value of the property, investors who use hard money loans can often leverage their capital to purchase multiple properties. As a result, hard money can enable you to acquire more properties and maximize your earnings potential in the real estate market. By increasing your purchasing power and acquiring multiple properties, you’ll reduce your risk in the event one of your properties ends up unprofitable. See example below:

Return on a $200K Investment

Hard Money ROI is higher
Compare Hard Money vs. Cash w/ 25% Down

 

By using hard money, you can avoid many of the traditional roadblocks to acquiring properties, such as rigid credit requirements and lengthy approval processes. Hard money loans are typically easier and faster to obtain, hard money lenders are often more flexible than banks when it comes to structuring loan terms. And the more loans you complete, the better your interest rates become and cost to borrow decreases, increasing your profitability. Closing times will also reduce as you continue to work with your hard money lender. For more information, feel free to reach out to one of our loan officers today!

 

 




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Can You See Higher ROI With Hard Money Compared to Cash? - written by Tim E

Tim E

VP of Product Management
Tim is Passionate about the customer experience, energy efficiency and home automation. He leads all of LSM product development efforts.

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