Erie PA house flippers, this is for you.
We have connected with a large money lender from Texas and they are looking to lend big piles of money to anyone in PA, all the way up to Erie, that can produce a profitable house flipping deal.
If you are in the business of adding value to old dilapidated housing stock and you have the skills to accomplish this mission, the this might be the final piece of the puzzle for you. If you have a business model that includes buy, gutting, rebuilding, and retailing houses, then you are going to like the rest of this post.
Hard money loans are all over the place right now. Some are scams, and some are legitimate business offers. We actually scoured the county to try and find the RIGHT hard money company to bring to PA.
What we found was a company with great rates, below 10%. That was the easy part.
Next we looked for a company that had great customers service. That was the big trick. We found a company that can customize a loan to fit your situation. They can fund a deal in as little as 48 hours, so you don’t get outmaneuvered by better funded competition. They will work with first time and novice flippers. They will even work with bad or no credit borrowers. What matters to them is that your deal is solid and that you have a legitimate plan to actually do a profitable fix and flip deal.
Basic parameters are this, you need to stay below 70% of the after repair value all in. We can make exceptions but you need to justify why your deal still makes sense. They will lend up to 90% of the purchase and 90% of the rehab. If you don’t have the money, we can teach you how to find the rest. This is not one of those scams where they tell you that you will get 100% of the funding, and then they start tacking on fee after fee. There are no junk fees, just an honest hard money loan deal for you.
What do you need to do to get funding for your deal?
You need to get off your backside and email us.
Josh@EasyStreetCap.com or PittsburghREIA@aol.com
412 592 2146 – text “funding” if you have any other questions