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Financing Options From All Jupiter Real Estate Loans & Investments Co

posted Sep 23, 2012, 10:48 AM by Jeffery Simms

All Real Estate Loans & Investment Company loans private money on real estate. We have a variety of investors who provide financing for residential/commercial real estate in Florida, as well as commercial projects in other states. We find money for residential single family homes, as well as commercial projects involving health care, medical facilities, hotels, motels, multi-family projects, high rise facitilites, casinos, resorts, mines with mineral rights , land developments, subdivisions, mobile home parks, theme parks, and more.

Do you have:

  • Bad Credit
  • No Credit
  • High Debt/Equity Ratio

Have you been:

  • Turned down for a mortgage
  • Refused credit from a bank
  • Denied credit

We have lenders for any type of a “make sense” real estate project. All terms and conditions are negotiable to a certain degree. In most cases, the loan funds within 15-30 days. We have closed loans in as little as one day.

We have available funds for construction loans, acquisition loans, refinance loans, bridge loans, development loansbusiness loans, and equipment loans. Loan amounts range from $10,000 and up in Florida. We fund many types of  loans such as mortgages for manufactured homes or mobile homes, bridge loans, hard money loans, equity loans, and more. For out of state loans, the minimum loan amount is $500,000 plus.

Although we can fund loans in all of Florida. We specialize in loans in South Florida including the cities of Jupiter, Palm Beach Gardens, Jupiter Island, Singer Island, and Tequesta. We also cover the South Florida area.

Typically we are paid out of the closing of the loan. We do request information that is asked for by all lenders about your project. For example: Purchase price, improvement costs if any, and plans for retiring the loan, as well as what the loan funds are going to be used for.

Give us a call, within a few minutes we can give you an idea of the possibility of funding your loan request, the terms and conditions, and the costs involved.

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