Yes, we are a direct lender, which simply means that the money we fund our loans with is our own and is readily available. Some lenders have to raise money to fund their loans or have to go out and find a direct lender to fund their loans because they don’t have the money to fund the loans themselves.
This is dependent from investor to investor but typically you will only need to provide minimum documentation to obtain the loan. The vast majority of our borrowers are only required to fill out our one page application and supply a recent credit report.
Yes we do! It’s best to submit a loan application before you go to the auction to make sure your thought process for determining property value is in line with Lantzman Lending’s and that you have a pre-approval letter in hand. Auctions such as REDC, Auction.com, and Williams & Williams should not be confused with the trustee sale. Every auction company is a little different, and you will need to find out what each individual auction company requires. Requirements and procedures, including deposits, working with Brokers/Realtors, and percentage at closing, can change from auction to auction and even within the same company. Always read the website or auction catalog before attending. Most auctions will require a deposit in the form of a cashier’s check ($2,500-$5,000) to bid. If you are the winning bidder, you will be required to put up money up to 5% of the purchase price. Again, this will vary per auction and will vary depending on the number of properties you purchase. You will be responsible for the deposit to bid at auction and the down payment at the auction. Once you have purchased, typically you will have 30 days to close the transaction. Lantzman Lending can perform much faster than required in this scenario.
Lantzman Lending does fund trustee sale purchases by way of refinance. Lantzman Lending does not give investors money to purchase at the trustee sale. Instead, once an investor is the winning bidder on a property at the trustee sale, the investor should submit a loan application immediately. This allows us to open escrow so when the trustee’s deed is obtained by the investor, funding happens within a few business days.
Click on apply and fill out the required information. You will get a response within 24 hours from submittal or contact us directly to discuss your scenario.
Our average closing is 5 to 7 business days. However, if we have all the documentation we can close in as little as 3 days. Each transaction is handled on a case by case scenario. If there is a special requirement, we may be able to accommodate you.
If you have a low credit score, Lantzman Lending may still fund your loan. Our primary funding criteria is based on the equity in the real estate.
Much like credit score issues, your foreclosure record alone will not dictate your application approval. The number one reason people are denied is lack of equity in the real estate.
Hard money (also known as a rehab loan or bridge loan) is the term used for loans funded by private parties who want a safe and high return. Lantzman Lending is a mortgage loan originator who arranges loans for private investors. We work directly with property buying investors who use these funds to purchase properties with the intent to fix and sell them for a profit or stabilize and refinance with conventional financing. Real estate investors use hard money when they are unable to or do not have time to obtain financing from more conventional sources. There are many types of hard money loans. Lantzman Lending specializes in first trust deeds to investors who purchase residential and commercial property.
We will primarily review the collateral to the loan. The strength of the deal is the main determining factor in the loan underwriting. However, we also review your ability to repay, credit-to-debt ratio, cash reserves, and your experience level.
We provide hard money loans Nationwide. Loans made or arranged outside of California or Nevada must be represented by a Mortgage Broker qualified to do business in that State.
Lantzman Lending may roll some of the repair and loan costs into the loan if the LTV remains under 65%. It is our goal to make both the private lender and borrower successful in every transaction. Our reputation of accomplishing this goal has allowed to continually grow, even in tough markets.