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Real Estate Agents and Hard Money Lenders Many of the hard money loans that we finance at TaliMar Financial are referred to us by residential and commercial real estate agents.  Often, these agents are involved in a transaction in which their client is having trouble obtaining traditional bank financing. Either the client has poor or...
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Why Mortgage Brokers are so Important for a Hard Money Lender The mortgage broker community is the greatest lead source for hard money lenders. Over 75% of the residential and commercial hard money loans that TaliMar Financial closes as a private lender were initially referred to us by a mortgage broker. The reason mortgage brokers...
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Hard money lenders, also known as private lenders or private money lenders, play an important role in real estate finance. Unlike banks and other types of conventional lenders, hard money lenders are not focused on a borrower’s financial condition but rather the real estate they are purchasing or currently own. Below are the Top 5...
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What is a Loan to Value Ratio? The Loan to Value (LTV) ratio is an important measurement of risk in a trust deed investment. The LTV ratio compares the loan amount to the value of the real estate securing the loan. Generally, the risk of a trust deed investment declines as the LTV ratio declines....
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