Real Estate Investment Opportunities
Maryland Private Mortgage, makes investing in real estate loans simple and painless.
Investing in hard money and rehab loans is a great way to realize amazing returns with your principal secured by real estate.
Our hard money and rehab loan investment programs are designed to ensure protection of your principal. Generally, we lend within 60%-70% of the After Repaired Value of the subject home. That said, deals rarely go into receivership as we vet potential borrowers to ensure we are working with experienced, commercial borrowers who know how to flip retail properties for profit and or adjust accordingly.
Extensive Industry Experience
We’ve been in the hard money and rehab loan industry for a combined 55 years plus.
We bring the experience to ensure all deals are performed accurately and efficiently. We think outside of the box to figure out creative ways to make all deals work for both our investors and our borrowers.
When lending on real estate backed investments, you allow for larger earnings and ROI than leaving your money in the bank or at risk in the market. Because many traditional lending institutions lend short term money for rehab fix & flip projects, Hard money loans have a higher rate of interest than traditional bank loans. This is because they are equity based loans and often times require less paperwork and credit to obtain. The borrower gets the money they need to make a quick profit on their real estate investment, and you get maximized return for your investment with minimized risk.
For more information on the process to become an investor with Maryland Private Mortgage, get in touch with us today. We can be reached via phone at 410-661-8300 or by filling out our contact us form here.
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