What Happens If The Funding Runs Out
Your organization is about 80% complete on the flipping of a home, when funds become unavailable to complete the project. What are you going to do? You could sell the home as is, take a loss, and possibly become default on any other loans, or you can contact us to help you through the crisis. Testimonials are available on our website, and we have helped a countless number of organizations in this manner. Unexpected expenses happen when attempting to flip houses, it is just what happens, but being prepared for those expenses is what sets you apart.
Our loan process is normally very time efficient, and upon approval, we can have your project moving forward again in no time. In most states, we have the capability of closing in 7 days. We realize that if the project shuts down, your organization is losing money. Therefore, we know that time is of the essence, and we strive to make things as quick, and painless, as possible.
Home Flipping Is Hard Work
Flipping a home is often a lot harder than what individuals believe. People often see the home flipping television shows and think, “Hey, I can do that”. Seeing something done, and actually doing it, are two completely different things. Pipes break, foundations crack, floors buckle, it is all part of the game. Most organizations attempt to plan for these occasions, but it is not possible to account for any of them.
Our loans can help organizations get the funding that they need, in as little time as possible. We understand that flipping homes is hard, but we also understand that it is a sound investment. Home flippers, allow us the opportunity to help fund your project, and secure your organizations financial future.