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Ibrahim Hughes, We Buy NJ Real Estate LLCWebsite: http://We Buy NJ Real Estate, LLC

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I am in the process of potentially doing business with a private lender. He owns his own incorporated real estate capital lending firm, and his terms seems very reasonable. While his company is visible on the web, I overly cautious at heart and wondered if any investors here who have dealt with private/hard money lending companies or individuals have any criteria they use to verify the integrity of funds being promised. In a climate of fraudulent activity I want to know I can successfully rehab a home using a private lender and know all will go smoothly. I do plan to use a real estate attorney to peruse all pertinent real estate documents during escrow, after I got an accepted offer.

Do that in addition to asking them for their references.

Originally posted by Jeff S:.

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The best loans I see for commercial is 10 years fixed where they will loan 75%,you put down 10%,and the owner carries back 15%.

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escrow, I feel good knowing I only spent a few hundred on attorney fees and consider it a lesson learned.

Upfront: There are companies that make a business out of upfront fees without closing loans. There are even local lenders who charge hundreds to visit a property in an initial site visit. Don pay upfront fees. We have only one requirement: once we issue a loan commitment, we require a deposit to closing attorney to cover title search. But since that is never required until you have a commitment in hand, and since it covers actual attorney out of pocket costs, your risk is minimal.

Your best bet is to talk to others. The problem is that most rehabbers hold their most reliable lenders closely and are not likely to share resources, but you never know. You might ask a potential lender for references. Don let anyone tell you they won give out names dues to privacy. Anyone who wants your business can make a phone call and ask for permission to give out a phone number. Obviously, they will only give you names of satisfied customers and it might only be one or two. Once you know the name being used, you can search that name in the public records in your area to identify properties where they have placed loans; from that you get the owner name and address. Then you have somebody you can try to track down to see how things went with that lender.

an "incorporated real estate capital lending firm" and being "visible on the web" means nothing, Josh. Short of access to the Federal Funds Window, nothing a lender can say or show really proves they have the money. There are many games an HML can play to show valid proof of funds when they really don't have any. Until recently in fact, most banks required nothing more than a lender letter indicating you have access to xxx dollars for real estate. reason. This is really about integrity, and it works both ways.

Changing terms: This speaks to integrity and reputation. I have had borrowers report this to me when they have used other lenders. Try the following: First, google everyone. Second, ask for references at your Roshe Run Hypervenom

Be very careful. In my experience, there are alot of lenders who claim to fund 100% to a new investor just tend to take advantage of them. Be careful of any upfront fees (which you say don exists) AND changes to the terms at the last minute (including an up front fee I call these table extortions since they happen at or near the closing table).

local REIA, it make take a several meetings before you get enough references of lenders to be helpful. Third, post their names on BiggerPockets and your Social network like facebook to see if others in your network have input. Fourth, meeting with them face to face should give you a good feeling of solid character. Or not.

That a really good idea. I see what I can dig up that way. The thing I really like about this guy is he is willing to fund 100% on the right deal, including rehab costs, which is pretty much the only way I can get started. I know how rare that is and so I really don want to push my luck asking too many questions. If something turns up fishy during Roshe Run Vs Zx Flux

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Originally posted by Josh Larsen:Thanks Steve,

In the beginning of the process have them sign and notarize a document that no fees will be required or called for with payment until the actual closing. There is no length these fee mills and scammers will go to for separating you from all your money.

In the end, if your deals are varied, you want a stable of reliable lenders you can pick and choose from as your properties, and their criteria, dictate. These might range from a seemingly large "incorporated real estate capital lending firm" to truly private money from your dentist. Good luck.

The two things to be careful of are upfront fees, and changing the terms at the closing table. And thirdly, does the lender have the money to close.

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As you work with a lender over time, you Roshe Shoes For Men Blue both get a sense of each others reliability and hot points. Make sure you understand and scrupulously follow their criteria. That is, don bring them last minute deals you know they be uncomfortable with and then walk away upset when they say no. We, for example, won loan on an occupied house or on a property we haven personally walked through. We also don work with those new to the rehab business. In return, our LTV is extremely high. Other lenders will have different criteria and risk profiles and yet others, harder to deal with in my view, will change their terms and demands depending upon their perceived risk. I know one large HML in LA who requires the property have a garage. Why is this important? I no idea, but sometimes you won find out until it too late, so know who you dealing with.

I would have another lender or even an equity partner (50/50 split with them putting up 100% of needed funds) on standby as a backup.

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I appreciate any insight anyone might have!

Your best bet is to talk to others. The problem is that most rehabbers hold their most reliable lenders closely and are not likely to share resources, but you never know. You might ask a potential lender for references. Don let anyone tell you they won give out names dues to privacy. Anyone who wants your business can make a phone call and ask for permission to give out a phone number. Obviously, they will only give you names of satisfied customers and it might only be one or two. These borrowers will be more likely to talk about their experiences with this lender, pro and con, and hopefully for you, some others.

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