What is transactional funding?
Transactional funding refers to a transaction-based short term loan that you use to purchase property that you will turn around and sell. The proceeds of that sale are then used to pay back the loan, allowing you to avoid a long-term debt. The loan is transaction-based because the purchase by you, called the A-B side of the transaction, as well as your subsequent sale to another buyer, the B-C side of the transaction, must already be arranged in order to obtain this type of loan.
What are the advantages?
You can enjoy several advantages from a transactional funding loan versus a regular hard money loan, including:
- No credit checks
- No proof of income required
- No money down
- Loan covers closing costs
- Lower loan costs
What types of transactions can be funded?
While the loan cannot be used for mobile homes or non-real estate transactions such as vehicle purchases, you can take advantage of the loan for most real estate properties. Qualifying properties include commercial real estate, for sale by owner homes, bank owned/foreclosed homes and apartment buildings. As a savvy investor, you can make an excellent profit purchasing properties at a discount, such as bank foreclosed homes, flipping and selling them at a higher profit margin.
This article was originally published on realestatemoney.com.
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