What is “hard money”, “private capital” and/or a “rehab loan”?

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What is “hard money”, “private capital” and/or a “rehab loan”?

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“Hard Money loans”, also called “rehab loans” and “private capital loans”, refer to non-conventional real estate loans. Private capital sources and specialty lenders usually fund them.

Interest rates and points on such loans are usually higher. Terms usually range from 6 to 12 months.

These types of loans have one basic requirement.

There has to be some substantial equity in the property to give the lender a reason to invest their funds in an otherwise risky venture.

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