Investor loans provide a unique opportunity to profit from a ‘fix and hold’ rehab, retaining the acquired real estate as an investment property. Above all, the investor loan program is a great opportunity to jump start a long term plan for generating passive income from real estate. What is an Investor Loan? An investor loan is a great opportunity to start building wealth quickly from real estate investment property. That said, the loan itself is a combination loan. The first Read More
Noble Mortgage had the opportunity to fund a $600,000 conventional loan on a Multi-Family Purchase in Pasadena, TX for a 1st time client. Through creative financing, this investor was able to cross-collateralize with a free and clear property. He brought no money to closing!
Noble Mortgage had the opportunity to fund a $123,750 hard money loan for Lifestyles Unlimited’s VP, Steve Davis and his daughter! This is the 15th deal with Mr. Davis in the last 2 years!
Noble Mortgage had the opportunity to fund a $350,000 Hard Money Loan for a property in Sawyer Heights. This experienced client has worked with us on multiple deals in the past year. We’re looking forward to another success for this great client!
Do You Dream of Real Estate Investment Properties? If you’ve always dreamed of investing in Dallas real estate, but don’t believe you quite have what it takes, don’t count yourself out. Building real, long term wealth through investment properties is now easier than ever. Dallas hard money lenders offer a range of programs designed to help hard-working investors make their dreams of buying and selling investment properties come true. Why Invest in Dallas Real Estate? Dallas has one of the Read More
Noble Mortgage had the opportunity to fund a $183,750 rehab to perm loan in Houston, TX. This is the third loan for these clients in the past three months! We are so excited for their success in such a short period!
Noble Mortgage had the opportunity to fund a $95,000 conventional loan for a borrower that pulled money out of his poorly performing 401K. This new investor’s rental property is now making 29% cash on cash return!